DETROIT – GMC closed out the 2013 calendar year with 450,901 total U.S. sales, up 9 percent over 2012. With retail sales up 12 percent, the brand marked its fourth consecutive year of sales increases and its highest sales in six years.
DETROIT – GMC’s November U.S. retail sales were up 25 percent year over year, making it the best November since 2004. Total sales were up 20 percent as the brand continues to track toward its best retail sales year since 2007.
DETROIT – GMC’s U.S. retail sales were up 12 percent and total sales were up 16 percent year over year, marking the best October since 2007. Year-to-date, GMC sales are up 13 percent retail and 9 percent total versus 2012.
DETROIT – The all-new 2014 GMC Sierra had its best month of sales to individual customers in September since launching in June.
DETROIT – GMC retail sales were up 16 percent year over year last month, marking the best August since 2007 and the eighth consecutive month of retail sales growth. Terrain, Sierra, Yukon and Yukon XL all posted their strongest month of the year.
DETROIT – GMC retail sales were up 23 percent year over year in July, closing at the highest sales volume since 2006. Total sales, up 14 percent, were the best since 2007. Sierra, Acadia and Terrain all posted July sales gains as the brand had its best seven-month start in six years.
DETROIT – GMC retail sales were up 17 percent year over year in June, closing at the highest volume since 2006. Total sales, up 3 percent, were the best since 2007. GMC’s core products – Sierra, Acadia and Terrain – all posted June sales gains and as the brand reached the half-way point of 2013 with retail sales up 14 percent year to date.
DETROIT – GMC retail sales and total sales were up 12 percent and 7 percent respectively year over year in May to the highest mark since 2007. GMC’s core products – Sierra, Acadia and Terrain – all posted May sales gains.
DETROIT – GMC retail sales were up 8 percent year over year in April, closing with the highest sales volume since 2007. Year-to-date retail sales and April total sales – up 7 percent – were both also the best in six years. GMC’s core products – Sierra, Acadia and Terrain – all posted April sales gains.
DETROIT – GMC’s March total sales were up 12 percent and retail sales were up 4 percent, the best March since 2008 and continued momentum that led to GMC’s best first quarter sales in six years. Year-to-date, GMC sales are up 15 percent retail and 14 percent total over 2012.
DETROIT – GMC closed the 2012 calendar year with 413,881 total sales for a year-over-year gain of 4 percent. With retail sales up 2 percent, the brand recorded its third consecutive year of sales growth and its highest sales in five years.
DETROIT – The GMC Terrain’s November sales were the best ever, with retail sales up 28 percent and total sales up 44 percent. The small SUV is also on track for its best year ever in retail and total sales.
DETROIT – GMC, on track for its best retail and total sales year since 2007, recorded the best October sales since that year. October’s 8 percent year-over-year retail sales increase and 6 percent total sales gain were led by the brand’s three most popular vehicles – the Sierra full-size pickup, the Acadia midsize crossover SUV, and the Terrain small SUV.
DETROIT - GMC’s two crossovers – the Acadia three-row crossover SUV and the Terrain small SUV – posted their best-ever total and retail sales in September. In sales to individual customers, Acadia was up 22 percent year over year while Terrain increased 13 percent.
DETROIT – The 2013 GMC Acadia three-row crossover SUV launches this fall with a suggested retail price of $34,875, including a destination charge of $825. The upscale Denali trim – originally added to Acadia for the 2011 model year – will return with a long list of standard equipment for $46,770, including destination.
DETROIT – GMC total sales were up 5 percent year over year in April, the third month in a row of higher sales. Retail sales for the month were up 4 percent. Total sales of the Sierra HD full-size pickup trucks improved for the 22nd consecutive month.
DETROIT – For the third consecutive time since the GMC Terrain debuted in 2009, the smaller SUV is on track to end the year with more than half its sales coming from brands outside General Motors. And more than one in five is coming from import car and truck brands including Toyota, Honda, and Nissan.
DETROIT – When Matt and Dawn Sosebee of Cumming, Ga., decided to replace their Sequoia-sized Lexus GX470 SUV with a more fuel-efficient vehicle they considered a Toyota Highlander SUV until they did a side-by-side comparison with the 2012 GMC Acadia Denali crossover.
DETROIT – When avid outdoorsman Steve Bailey of Altadena, Calif., went fishing for a new pickup truck, he reeled in a keeper – the GMC Sierra 2500HD Denali, a top-trim-level model that helped GMC net two consecutive years of sales gains in September.
DETROIT – GMC delivered its best sales month of the year and its 23rd consecutive month of retail gains in August, with sales to individual customers up 26 percent and total sales up 40 percent year over year. The brand made significant gains in New York, Seattle and Chicago.
DETROIT – General Motors Co. (NYSE: GM) today announced first quarter net income attributable to common stockholders of $0.1 billion, or $0.06 per diluted share. Strong core operating performance during the quarter was more than offset by a net loss from special items of $0.4 billion, or $(0.23) per diluted share, and a $1.3 billion pre-tax charge primarily for the cost of recall-related repairs, or $(0.48) per diluted share.