Just one word. “Trucks”. Wayne Gerdes – CleanMPG – Dec. 1, 2015 GM November 2015 Sales Overview GM sold 229,296 vehicles in the U.S. in November 2015, up 1.5 percent with two fewer selling days than November of 2014 sales. Sales of Chevrolet trucks rose 10 percent for the 20th consecutive monthly increase. Chevrolet crossovers were up 35 percent for the 12th consecutive monthly increase. GM’s retail sales were up 4 percent over November of 2014. Deliveries to commercial customers were up 6 percent over November of 2014 and government deliveries were up 2 percent. Total fleet sales were down 9 percent. GM’s average transaction prices (ATPs) reached a record $35,800, up almost $580 over November of 2014. GM’s incentive spending was 10.0 percent of ATP, down 1.6 percentage points from October 2015 and down 1.2 percentage point’s year over year. Industry average spending was 10.5 percent of ATP in November, down 0.3 percentage point’s month over month and up 0.2 percentage point’s year over year. Calendar year to date, commercial deliveries are up 13 percent and government deliveries are up 1 percent. Rental deliveries are down 11 percent. GM November 2015 Brand Sales Highlights The Chevrolet Volt had its best November ever on both a total and retail basis. #AZAutoShow - Best display at the Phoenix Auto Show goes to Chevrolet and their Find New Roads stand. The Colorado, MTs 2016 Truck of the Year thanks to that all-new and efficient 2.8L Duramax Turbo Diesel! And that all-new 2016 Malibu front and center? How about a 48/45 mpg city/highway rating! Chevrolet's got their Game Face on and it should prove to be a great 2016 for the General. Total sales of the Silverado were the highest for any November since 2003. Cadillac had the highest ATPs among full-line luxury brands at approximately $55,000, according to J.D. Power’s Average Transaction Prices. November 2015 Segment Sales Totals U.S. November 2015 Sales vs. November 2014 Sales Ranks and Results for the top 14 Automobile Manufacturers GM November 2015 Sales Up 1.5% with 229,296 Vehicles Sold. Toyota November 2015 Sales Up 3.4% with 189,517 Vehicles Sold. Ford November 2015 Sales Up 0.4% with 187,794 Vehicles Sold. FCA November 2015 Sales Up 3.0% with 175,974 Vehicles Sold. Honda November 2015 Sales Down 5.2% with 115,441 Vehicles Sold. Nissan November 2015 Sales Up 3.8% with 107,083 Vehicles Sold. Hyundai November 2015 Sales Up 11.8% with 60,007 Vehicles Sold. Subaru November 2015 Sales Up 1.8% with 46,070 Vehicles Sold. Kia November 2015 Sales Up 1.4% with 45,553 Vehicles Sold. BMW November 2015 Sales Up 1.2% with 36,447 Vehicles Sold. Mercedes-Benz November 2015 Sales Down 11.7% with 33,475 Vehicles Sold. VW November 2015 Sales Down 24.7% with 23,882 Vehicles Sold. Mazda November 2015 Sales Up 7.0% with 22,732 Vehicles Sold. Audi November 2015 Sales Up 0.4% % with 16,700 Vehicles Sold. Toyota moved past Ford to become the second largest volume seller in the U.S. in November. The auto industry posted strong November sales of more than 1.32 million vehicles, up 2.3 percent over November of 2014 despite just 23 selling days this November vs. 25 selling days in November of 2014. For the year, light duty sales are trending to finish off the year at approximately 17.4 million, the highest since 2000. November was the third consecutive month in a row with a SAAR above 18 million. The six-month moving average for the SAAR is quickly approaching 18.0 million. Placing this number into perspective, the industry’s best U.S. sales year ever was 2000, when 17.8 million light duty vehicles were delivered.