Cadillac

Cadillac_SRX-US-car-sales-statisticsCadillac is trying to return to its former glory as an American premium brand, and by attracting former Audi and Infiniti chief Johan De Nysschen, it may actually have a shot, if the brand can separate itself enough from General Motors. That’s probably why the headquarters have moved from Detroit to New York. A new naming strategy is in the works and Cadillac has promised to stop heavy discounting in order to boost resale values. Still, its latest products like the all-new BMW 3 -series fighter ATS and the renewed CTS are not as successful as hoped, while they can’t produce enough of the high-margin, but from a marketing perspective “old-fashioned” Escalade SUV.

Cadillac produces all of its cars and SUVs for the US market in North America.

The Cadillac SRX midsized crossover is the best selling model for the brand in the United States this year, while the ATS midsized car is its most popular sedan.

Also find Cadillac sales in Europe and Cadillac China sales figures.

 

Cadillac
All Models
2012
Cadillac
All Models
2013
Cadillac
All Models
2014
Cadillac
All Models
2015
Cadillac
All Models
2016
Cadillac
All Models
2017
January 8.924 13.116 11.386 11.680 10.740 10.298
February 11.505 13.845 13.437 11.739 11.840
March 10.537 15.751 14.765 13.756 13.053
April 9.851 13.230 13.900 15.801 11.236
May 9.871 13.808 14.688 14.408 12.099
June 12.124 13.929 13.941 13.515 14.263
July 13.417 15.652 15.241 14.154 14.341
August 14.704 20.255 16.650 15.738 16.346
September 12.579 13.828 13.829 14.908 15.368
October 13.505 14.792 13.615 15.391 13.948
November 14.517 16.172 13.148 13.390 15.326
December 18.248 18.165 16.150 20.787 21.446

Cadillac
All Models
Market
Share
2016 170.006 0,97%
2015 175.267 1,00%
2014 170.750 1,03%
2013 182.543 1,17%
2012 149.782 1,03%
2011 152.389 1,19%
2010 146.925 1,27%
2009 109.092 1,05%
2008 161.159 1,22%
2007 214.726 1,33%
2006 227.014 1,37%
2005 235.002 1,38%
2004 234.217 1,38%
2003 216.090 1,30%
2002 199.946 1,20%
2001 172.083 1,00%
2000 189.154 1,10%
1999 178.507 1,10%
1998 187.343 1,20%
1997 182.624 1,20%
1996 170.379 1,10%
1995 180.504 1,14%
1994 210.686 1,39%
1993 204.159 1,39%
1992 214.144 1,58%
1991 213.238 1,73%
1990 258.168 1,87%
1989 266.899 1,84%
1988 266.548 1,73%
1987 261.284 1,76%
1986 304.057 1,91%
1985 298.762 1,95%

 

Use the dropdown at the top right of this page to find sales figures for the Cadillac ATS, CTS, CT6, XTS, ELR, XT5, Escalade, Escalade ESV, Escalade EXT, STS, DTS, Seville SLS, DeVille, SRX, XLR, Catera, Eldorado, Allante and any other car model sold in the US since the early 2000’s.

 

 

Sources: Manufacturers, ANDC

 

Cadillac
All Models
2012
Cadillac
All Models
2013
Cadillac
All Models
2014
Cadillac
All Models
2015
Cadillac
All Models
2016
Cadillac
All Models
2017
January 8.924 13.116 11.386 11.680 10.740 10.298
February 11.505 13.845 13.437 11.739 11.840
March 10.537 15.751 14.765 13.756 13.053
April 9.851 13.230 13.900 15.801 11.236
May 9.871 13.808 14.688 14.408 12.099
June 12.124 13.929 13.941 13.515 14.263
July 13.417 15.652 15.241 14.154 14.341
August 14.704 20.255 16.650 15.738 16.346
September 12.579 13.828 13.829 14.908 15.368
October 13.505 14.792 13.615 15.391 13.948
November 14.517 16.172 13.148 13.390 15.326
December 18.248 18.165 16.150 20.787 21.446

Cadillac
All Models
Market
Share
2016 170.006 0,97%
2015 175.267 1,00%
2014 170.750 1,03%
2013 182.543 1,17%
2012 149.782 1,03%
2011 152.389 1,19%
2010 146.925 1,27%
2009 109.092 1,05%
2008 161.159 1,22%
2007 214.726 1,33%
2006 227.014 1,37%
2005 235.002 1,38%
2004 234.217 1,38%
2003 216.090 1,30%
2002 199.946 1,20%
2001 172.083 1,00%
2000 189.154 1,10%
1999 178.507 1,10%
1998 187.343 1,20%
1997 182.624 1,20%
1996 170.379 1,10%
1995 180.504 1,14%
1994 210.686 1,39%
1993 204.159 1,39%
1992 214.144 1,58%
1991 213.238 1,73%
1990 258.168 1,87%
1989 266.899 1,84%
1988 266.548 1,73%
1987 261.284 1,76%
1986 304.057 1,91%
1985 298.762 1,95%

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