GMC

GMC_Sierra-US-car-sales-statisticsGMC is the truck and SUV brand of General Motors’ four remaining brands. Despite having no stand-alone models, as its entire line-up is derived from Chevrolet products, GMC is able to command higher transaction prices for its models thanks to its strong brand reputation. Thanks to low gasoline prices and the high margins on full-sized trucks and SUVs, GMC has survived the General Motors bankruptcy and has seen its sales almost double between 2009 and 2014.

Especially the top-of-the-line Denali versions are closing in on Cadillac prices, but apparently appeal to a much different type of customer, I guess one that’s looking for a “premium-duty” image: capable and rugged, but still with a luxury look and feel.

GMC produces all of its SUVs for the US market in North America.

The GMC Sierra full-sized pick-up truck is the brand’s best selling model in the United States, while the GMC Terrain compact crossover is the brand’s best selling SUV.

GMC
All Models
2012
GMC
All Models
2013
GMC
All Models
2014
GMC
All Models
2015
GMC
All Models
2016
January 24.966 30.816 27.733 35.671 36.933
February 32.581 35.778 35.562 42.433 39.530
March 34.337 38.333 41.173 41.707 44.585
April 32.603 34.799 39.314 47.194 47.159
May 38.877 41.594 45.039 50.657 43.395
June 37.677 39.376 43.550 47.051 42.985
July 34.487 39.356 48.081 48.777 51.137
August 37.838 43.202 47.700 49.363 42.440
September 33.192 29.959 38.269 47.386 43.268
October 33.570 38.841 38.540 44.098 42.668
November 29.832 35.727 43.854 43.039 49.113
December 43.921 43.120 53.038 59.941 63.415

GMC
All Models
Market
Share
2016 546.628 3,12%
2015 558.697 3,20%
2014 501.853 3,04%
2013 450.901 2,89%
2012 413.881 2,86%
2011 397.973 3,11%
2010 333.204 2,87%
2009 253.053 2,43%
2008 361.739 2,73%
2007 484.932 3,00%
2006 456.565 2,76%
2005 537.572 3,16%
2004 581.684 3,44%
2003 563.479 3,38%
2002 560.868 3,30%
2001 554.753 3,20%
2000 528.639 3,05%
1999 541.987 3,20%
1998 467.982 3,00%
1997 443.640 2,93%
1996 444.256 2,94%

 

Use the dropdown at the top right of this page to find sales figures for the GMC Terrain, Acadia, Yukon, Yukon XL, Canyon, Sierra, Savana, Sonoma, Jimmy, Envoy, Safari and any other car model sold in the US since the early 2000’s.

 

 

Sources: Manufacturers, ANDC

 

GMC
All Models
2012
GMC
All Models
2013
GMC
All Models
2014
GMC
All Models
2015
GMC
All Models
2016
January 24.966 30.816 27.733 35.671 36.933
February 32.581 35.778 35.562 42.433 39.530
March 34.337 38.333 41.173 41.707 44.585
April 32.603 34.799 39.314 47.194 47.159
May 38.877 41.594 45.039 50.657 43.395
June 37.677 39.376 43.550 47.051 42.985
July 34.487 39.356 48.081 48.777 51.137
August 37.838 43.202 47.700 49.363 42.440
September 33.192 29.959 38.269 47.386 43.268
October 33.570 38.841 38.540 44.098 42.668
November 29.832 35.727 43.854 43.039 49.113
December 43.921 43.120 53.038 59.941 63.415

GMC
All Models
Market
Share
2016 546.628 3,12%
2015 558.697 3,20%
2014 501.853 3,04%
2013 450.901 2,89%
2012 413.881 2,86%
2011 397.973 3,11%
2010 333.204 2,87%
2009 253.053 2,43%
2008 361.739 2,73%
2007 484.932 3,00%
2006 456.565 2,76%
2005 537.572 3,16%
2004 581.684 3,44%
2003 563.479 3,38%
2002 560.868 3,30%
2001 554.753 3,20%
2000 528.639 3,05%
1999 541.987 3,20%
1998 467.982 3,00%
1997 443.640 2,93%
1996 444.256 2,94%

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