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8/19/15 3:25PM
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Sounds like you might be comparing Volvo’s global run (57,000) to Land Rover’s U.S. deliveries through July, 37,323. The XC90 is flying fast in the U.S., too, but Volvo has only reported sales of 2741 XC90s in the U.S. through the first seven months of 2015, of which 2629 were the new versions. Globally, Land Rover Read more

5/24/15 11:23AM
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Supply may not be matching demand, in part because the trucks which dealers are stocking are often high-zoot models that people don’t want to buy, but is demand, “so high”? If by “so” you mean, “high in this manner,” a manner in which GM has hardly supplied any trucks and thus demand is maching or exceeding supply, Read more

9/12/14 7:21AM
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In the U.S. in June, July, and August, the F-Type outsold the TT, Z4, SLK, Boxster, and Cayman, though not the Boxster/Cayman combo.

5/02/14 10:13AM
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BMW's four X models account for 40% of the vehicles sold by BMW USA this year, up from 37% at this time last year, for example. Cayenne is THE Porsche. There is great growth being experienced by luxury automakers as a whole, so we're seeing strengthening car numbers in addition to massive upticks in SUV/crossover Read more

5/02/14 10:01AM
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Whether we're considering sedans specifically or passenger cars in a broader sense, the overall market is simply not growing because of these vehicles. (And whether you want to call the Outback, Crosstour, XV, Allroad, XC70, Venza cars or crossovers or ess-you-vees doesn't change this fact.) Through April, car sales Read more