GM's U.S. Sales Increase 7 Percent in February
General Motors Co. (NYSE: GM) announced today that it sold 224,314 vehicles in the United States in February, up 7 percent compared with a year ago. Retail sales and fleet sales were both up 7 percent. The fleet mix was 25 percent of total sales, equal to a year ago.
The Cadillac CTS, along with the redesigned Buick LaCrosse and Regal, will be unveiled at the New York International Auto Show later this month.
■All four GM brands posted higher year-over-year sales: Cadillac was up 20 percent; Buick was up 15 percent; GMC was up 10 percent, and Chevrolet was up 5 percent.
■Crossover sales increased 17 percent and compact crossovers had their best month ever; truck sales were up 14 percent and car sales were down 4 percent.
■Sales of GM's full-size pickups were up 28 percent to 58,039 units.
■The Chevrolet Equinox , GMC Terrain and the redesigned Buick Enclave had their best-ever February sales.
■The Chevrolet Spark and Cadillac ATS had their best sales months yet.
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