November sales are in the books, with the automakers that report on a monthly basis at least and when all was said and done, the U.S. auto industry refused to give up. Overall sales were up just over 2% from November 2018 with trucks and SUVs accounting for the bulk of the increase.
Incentive spending was up from year ago levels, and it appears that certainly helped fuel the increase. Luxury brands overall did exceptionally well due to end of year lease specials.
Winners outnumbered losers by a huge margin with Genesis once again having the largest increase, and Infiniti having the largest decrease.
Here are your winners and losers for the month of November 2019, as gauged against November 2018:
The Ram 1500 is basking in yet another award - this one Luxury Car of the Year handed out by the editor’s at Cars.com. Yes, we said “Car of the Year”, and it’s the first time a truck has won the honor... More ›
Hyundai is turning to Hollywood A-listers for its Super Bowl ad this year highlighting the all-new 2020 Hyundai Sonata. The spot, set in Boston, will kick of the Sonata’s national advertising campaign... More ›
The 2020 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon EcoDiesel is picking up a recognition. It’s been named FOUR WHEELER “2020 SUV of the Year”, an annual award handed out by the editors of the off-road enthusiast publicat... More ›
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