Chevrolet Colombia sales decreased 50 percent to 1,986 units in August 2023. The figures place Chevrolet as the country’s third best-selling automobile brand during the month, behind Renault and Toyota.
Individual model sales performance was as follows:
- Chevrolet Beat sales increased 700 percent to 8 units
- Chevrolet Blazer sales decreased 61.54 percent to 25 units
- Chevrolet Bolt EUV sales totaled 5 units
- Chevrolet Camaro sales increased 400 percent to 5 units
- Chevrolet Captiva sales decreased 54.42 percent to 134 units
- Chevrolet Colorado sales decreased 69.06 percent to 43 units
- Chevrolet Commercial Truck sales decreased 60.5 percent to 205 units
- Commercial Truck sales include sales of the Chevy N-Series lineup (NKR, NPR, NQR and NPS) and Chevy F-Series lineup (FRR, FTR and FVR)
- Chevrolet Equinox sales decreased 25.64 percent to 29 units
- Chevrolet Montana sales totaled 50 units
- Chevrolet N400 sales decreased 12.2 percent to 36 units
- Chevrolet NHR sales decreased 72.28 percent to 74 units
- Chevrolet Onix sales decreased 63.61 percent to 794 units
- Chevy Joy sales totaled 326 units
- Chevy Onix second generation sales totaled 468 units
- Chevrolet Silverado sales totaled 26 units
- Chevrolet Tahoe sales increased 71.43 percent to 12 units
- Chevrolet Tracker sales increased 31.72 percent to 407 units
- Chevrolet Trailblazer sales decreased 95.65 percent to 1 units
- Chevrolet Traverse sales decreased 64.71 percent to 6 units
During the first eight months of the 2023 calendar year, Chevrolet Colombia sales decreased 44 percent to 15,431 units.
Sales Results - August 2023 - Colombia - Chevrolet
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The GM Authority Take
The poor performance in Chevrolet Colombia sales continues to deepen with this new drop in August, which represents the tenth consecutive month that the Bow Tie brand has been in the red in the South American country. Despite experiencing a slight recovery in volume compared to previous months (of roughly 2,000 units), Chevrolet fell once again from second to third place among Colombia’s best-selling brands during the eighth month of the year.
Far and away the primary cause of Chevrolet Colombia’s decline during August was the Chevy Onix, which saw a massive drop of 64 percent or 1,388 units compared to the same month last year, when the vehicle marked one of its highest records in the country. In addition, considerable declines in sales of the NHR as well as the entire line of commercial trucks cumulatively sapped another 507 units from Chevy’s bottom line.
By contrast, the Chevy Tracker experienced a healthy increase, being one of the few models that managed to improve its performance in August. The subcompact crossover’s growth on a year-over-year and month-over-month bases makes it the brand’s second best-selling nameplate in Colombia. Finally, it’s worth noting the healthy increases posted by low-volume vehicles such as the Chevy Camaro and Chevy Tahoe, though their volumes were not very significant for the bottom line.
About The Numbers
- All percent change figures compared to Chevrolet Colombia sales for August 2022, unless noted otherwise
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