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U.S. Auto Sales: Ford, Chrysler sales up in December and 2013 – table


Good news for the auto industry as two of the biggest carmakers in North America announced strong gains for 2013. Overall, the auto industry sold about 15 million vehicles last year, for the first time since 2007. Ford Motor Company, on Friday said it sold 2,493,918 million cars and trucks in 2013, a nearly 11 percent increase (10.8 percent) compared ...
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Hyundai Motor reports December sales
The Korean manufacturer reported mixed results for the month of December, with its domestic sales slipping dramatically by 20.5%, while the global output went up by 1.6%. Hyundai Motor said its ...
BMW’s Sales in China Increased 73% in December
BMW announced today, January 8th, that sales in China increased 73% in December reaching 30,470 vehicles. BMW sales increased 72% to 28,184 vehicles and MINI sales were up 96% to 2,286 ...
Mercedes-Benz reports record sales in 2012
Mercedes-Benz Cars reported sales of 1,423,835 vehicles from the brands Mercedes-Benz, smart and Maybach in 2012, an increase of 4.5 percent versus 2011. Sales of the Mercedes-Benz core brand totaled 1,320,097 ...
Detroit Three 2012 sales gains smaller than those of foreign rivals
The Detroit Three managed to achieve December U.S. sales gains of 5 percent, less than their Japanese rivals. GM reported a sales increase of 5 percent compared with December 2001, Ford's ...
Ford reports best December U.S. sales since 2006, tops 2 million sales in 2012
Ford Motor Company's U.S. sales have grown overall to 2,168,015 vehicles in 2012, with the Blue Oval being the only brand to top 2 million U.S. sales last year. Ford passenger ...
General Motors’ U.S. sales up 5 percent in December
General Motors reported its highest December sales in five years, with deliveries up 5 percent year over year to 245,733 vehicles. December was also GM's best retail sales month of 2012, ...
Chrysler Group’s December U.S. sales up 10 percent, 21 percent increase for the year
Chrysler Group LLC today reported U.S. sales of 152,367 units, a 10 percent increase compared with sales in December 2011 (138,019 units). It was also the group’s best December sales since ...
BMW Group expects record sales in 2012, CFO says
BMW's chief financial officer confirmed that the automaker will break its 2011 sales record by delivering about 1.8 million new cars worldwide. The BMW Group delivered 1.66 million vehicles globally through ...
J.D. Power forecasts U.S. auto sales will rise 14 percent in December
New car sales in the U.S. are expected to increase by up to 14 percent in December, according to forecasts from J.D. Power and Associates and LMC Automotive. According to the ...

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