GM's flagship luxury brand had its best month of May since 2007. The SRX crossover took the title for most units moved last month with 3,744 units sold which narrowly beat out the ATS and its 3,249 sales. Even while leading sales volume-wise, the SRX saw sales were down by four percent. Percentage-wise, the Escalade EXT saw a 46 percent rise in sales with 200 units moved. With the exception of the ATS and XTS (which managed to move 2,429 units in its own right), Cadillac is readying a new CTS and Escalade, and both are expected to boost sales figures even higher.
Like Lincoln, if Mitsubishi only sold one model, it would be on the other side of the sales fence. The Mitsubishi Outlander Sport is up 79 percent when compared to the same month last year. Unfortunately, combine dealing with ghosts of defunct models along with sagging sales of current models, and you have a recipe for poor sales.
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