It’s been thirteen years since GMC has been able to report November sales as impressive as those recorded this year. With a total of 43,853 vehicles sold last month, the automaker boasts a 31.1% increase over last year’s GMC November retail sales and the best November since 2001.
The brand’s trucks, especially the Sierra, played a large part in that success. The full-size Sierra sold 22,458 units—over half of the brand’s total sales and 57% more than last year during the same period. That number also happens to be the truck’s new record for November sales.
“As evidenced by our November sales results, customers continue to turn to the Sierra for a pickup truck that’s both strong and stylish,” said Duncan Aldred, GMC’s US vice president for sales and marketing.
“Between the Sierra and Sierra HD, along with distinctive model lines like the All-Terrain and Sierra Denali, we offer a truck that not only fits the task at hand, but also reflects the unique style, personality and preferences of the customer.”
GMC’s Terrain and Yukon models also recorded double-digit gains in comparison to last year’s November sales.
As the brand celebrates its 10th consecutive month of year-over-year sales increases, we at Warsaw Buick GMC look forward to setting new records during December.