GM released their corporate sales report for March 2016 on Friday morning. Corvette sales for March totaled 2,753 cars, a decrease of -27.3% over the same time in 2015 which saw Corvette sales at 3,785 units. For the Calendar Month to Date, GM has sold 6,370 Corvettes, a decrease over 2015’s total of 8,517 or -25.2%.
Corvette sales continue to rise following the dip in C7 sales in January where only 1,501 Corvettes were sold. In February 2016, those sales grew to 2,116 and now March’s total is 2,753. That’s a month to month increase of 637 cars or 30.1% from February to March.
Here’s the GM Sales Report for Corvettes in March 2016:
|Corvette Delivery Statistics for March 2016|
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Corvette Sales Monthly Archive:
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GM delivered 193,524 vehicles in March to retail customers which was up 6% year over year. Much of the growth is fueled by Chevrolet whose retail sales were up 10% in the first quarter over a year ago and a retail market share that has grown to an estimated 11%. The new Malibu sales are 65% higher as well as the new Camaro which saw sales up 23%. Chevy truck sales are up 6% with the Colorado up 44%.
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