Ford Expedition sales growth continues to underwhelm, as segment returns to healthy double-digit growth
Sales in the US Large SUV segment rose by 9.3% to 171,647 in the first half of 2018, thanks in large part to a 13.0% growth in the second quarter of 2018. This means that after shrinking slightly in 2017 the segment seems to have well-and-truly returned to growth, and may yet post the best figure since 2007 this year. However, even if it does, the likely annual sales figure of some 350,000 will still be less than half of the almost 760,000 units sold in the sector in 2001.
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Ford Expedition continues to disappoint those who expected the all-new model to light up the sales chart, and only managed an 8% growth rate so far this year – worse than either of the Chevy twins Tahoe and Suburban, and only good enough for second spot between the two
After seeing its sales more than double in 2017 Nissan Armada‘s sales growth continues apace, even picking up in the second quarter of the year, and remains ahead of the GMC twins Yukon and Yukon XL
The Toyota models Sequoia and Land Cruiser continue to prop up the rear, with the Sequoia registering the steepest decline in the segment of 12%
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