This segment was a bit of a surprise to me as I analyzed the sales numbers so far this year. Other than the Kia Cadenza, Kia K900 and Chevy Impala, all of which are being discontinued, every other vehicle in this segment is up.
As I have talked about on the air, Stellantis has done an amazing job of continuing to freshen the Dodge Charger with new packages, and its success with the high horsepower models. It shows in the sales numbers as Charger has an incredibly commanding lead. In fact, Charger has outsold the rest of the large non-luxury sedans combined.
Here are your sales leaders in large, non-luxury sedans so far this year:
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