November sales: The Big Mo

November sales: The Big Mo

Determined in Detroit

FCA was first to report, as usual, and announced an overall increase of 3%. While Dodge’s numbers are no longer being artificially deflated by the discontinued Avenger, it still joined the rest of FCA’s small car brands on the negative side of the balance sheet. Solid performances from Jeep (up 20%) and Ram (up 5%) kept the news good. November also marks the first month of year-over-year sales reporting for Alfa, which officially went on sale a year ago. The numbers are essentially meaningless, but they exist.

November year-over-year:

Acura

Alfa up 83%, 44

Audi

Bentley

BMW

Buick

Cadillac

Chevrolet

Chrysler down 12%, 23,953

Dodge down 8%, 38,938

Fiat down 3%, 3,029

Ford

GMC

Honda

Hyundai

Infiniti

Jaguar

Jeep up 20%, 68,903

Kia

– *Lamborghini

Land Rover

Lexus

Lincoln

Maserati

Mazda

– **Mercedes-Benz

MINI

Mitsubishi

Nissan

Porsche

Ram up 1%, 41,107

Scion

smart

Subaru

Toyota

Volkswagen

Volvo


2015 year-to-date

Acura

Alfa up 2425%, 606

Audi

Bentley

BMW

Buick

Cadillac

Chevrolet

Chrysler up 8%, 300,554

Dodge down 11%, 467,897

Fiat down 9%, 38,605

Ford

GMC

Honda

Hyundai

Infiniti

Jaguar

Jeep up 23%, 775,374

Kia

– *Lamborghini

Land Rover

Lexus

Lincoln

Maserati

Mazda

– **Mercedes-Benz

MINI

Mitsubishi

Nissan

Porsche

Ram up 5%, 443,344

Scion

smart

Subaru

Toyota

Volkswagen

Volvo

*Based on estimates from Automotive News.

** NOT including Sprinter

Note that last month’s highlights and lowlights listed below are merely a selection of some of the month’s bigger movers.

Highlights (sales up > 40%)

Lowlights (sales down > 30%)

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