Cadillac Global Sales Increase Sharply in July

Cadillac Global Sales Increase Sharply in July

In July Cadillac sold 24,769 new vehicles globally, an increase of 20.9 percent. The sharp increase was driven by the brand’s newest models, the CT6 prestige sedan and XT5 luxury crossover, as well as the ATS product line supported by continued strong growth in China.

Sales in China soared 89.7 percent in July. Cadillac is experiencing sustained growth in China, the world’s largest market, with sales up 23.9 percent so far in 2016. Cadillac registered July growth in the U.S. and Canada as well, led by the new 2017 XT5.

The new XT5 sold 8,130 units in July, the most since its launch this past spring. Sales of Cadillac’s sporty ATS sedan and coupe models grew 32 percent globally in July. Benefitting from an acceleration in its production rate, the Escalade’s sales increased again in July, with sales up 4.3 percent overall in 2016.

In the U.S., the brand experienced volume growth while continuing to earn a premium position in the marketplace. Cadillac average transaction prices topped $53,000 per unit (according to J.D. Power Information Network), the highest among full-line luxury brands.

Cadillac Global Sales Rise Through First Half of 2015

Cadillac Global Sales Rise Through First Half of 2015

07.06.2015 – Led by the ATS and SRX product lines, Cadillac global sales increased in June, helping lead to 3.5 percent growth in the first half of 2015.

“Our goals are to improve the quality of the business in the U.S., while maintaining global growth,” said Cadillac President Johan deNysschen. “With sales increasing worldwide, higher transaction prices and a more disciplined approach to long-term brand building taking shape in the U.S., we are on track through the first half of 2015.”

Cadillac’s ongoing product enhancements are transforming the brand and elevating its position in the luxury marketplace. The average transaction price for Cadillacs sold in June in the U.S. market topped $52,000 – more than $7,000 higher than the same period a year ago.