The Sports Small segment grew by 13% in Q3 2015, just a bit slower than the 14% growth rate it managed in the first half of the year.
All the growth in the segment was driven by three models – sales for each of the remaining models shrank compared to the first three quarters in 2014
The model with the highest growth rate in the year so far, Ford Mustang, is the undisputed leader, selling more than 50% more units than its closest competitor, Chevy Camaro, which keeps losing customers until the new model arrives
The new Mazda MX-5 Miata definitely turned things around for the model, which vaulted over Nissan 370Z into 7th place
Sales of the Dodge Challenger continued to climb in Q3 2015, despite it being eight years old
Sales of all front-wheel drive models, including the Veloster, Tc and Eos kept falling in the third quarter
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