With the exception of the Infiniti QX 80, all large luxury SUVs were up in sales last quarter, versus the 2nd quarter of 2020, which was ravaged by Covid-19 and the closure or partial closure of dealerships.
In spite of the microchip shortage, the all-new Cadillac Escalade has seen the largest increase year-over-year and tops the chart. As I have reported for weeks on the Car Pro USA radio show, 2021 Escalades at the dealer auction are still gaveling at $10,000 over MSRP used. Our Cadillac dealers across America report long wait lists for these SUVs.
Here are your sales leaders for Q2 2021 in the large, luxury SUV category:
|1. Cadillac Escalade||7,203|
|2. BMW X7||6,516|
|3. Mercedes GL/GLS||6,509|
|4. Lincoln Navigator||4,396|
|5. Range Rover||3,370|
|6. INFINITI QX80||3,290|
|7. Mercedes G-Class||2,861|
|8. Toyota Land Cruiser||1,654|
|9. Lexus LX||949|