Chevrolet Camaro King of Sales in September 2017
Sales figures released today for September show Camaro is back on top among its main competitors. Camaro had been pulling up the rear the last couple of months. Here are the figures:
Camaro – 7,480
Mustang – 5,847
Challenger – 4,780
GM also posted this along with their sales:
- U.S. inventory levels are down about 160,000 vehicles in the third quarter.
- The company’s inventory target is unchanged, which is to end the year with stocks at or below last year’s level of about 850,000 vehicles, with fewer cars and more trucks, crossovers, and utilities in the mix.
- According to JD Power PIN estimates, GM’s September incentive spending as a percent of ATP was 14.6 percent, which reflects special programs that support disaster relief. Year to date, GM’s incentive spend is below its domestic and many Asian competitors.
- Year to date, GM has the lowest daily rental mix of any full-line automaker at 8.7 percent of total sales. GM remains committed to decrease daily rental sales by 50,000 units in 2017.