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Hmmm, Hemi Dakota is usually out here with his sales numbers for all brands :( I wonder what happened :(


Monthly May Sales:
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     DaimlerChrysler Corporation U.S. Sales Summary Thru May 2006
                                             Month Sales     DR %   Vol %
                  Model                  Curr Yr    Pr Yr    Change  Change
  Sebring                                  6,968    10,200    -34%    -32%
  Concorde                                     0         7   -100%   -100%
  300                                     11,859    12,978    -12%     -9%
  Crossfire                                  754     1,744    -58%    -57%
  PT Cruiser                              12,056    12,312     -6%     -2%
  Pacifica                                 6,717     7,261    -11%     -7%
  Town & Country                          17,326    17,194     -3%      1%
      CHRYSLER BRAND                      55,680    61,696    -13%    -10%
  Wrangler                                 5,754     8,543    -35%    -33%
  Liberty                                 12,603    13,686    -12%     -8%
  Grand Cherokee                          11,110    18,040    -41%    -38%
  Commander                                6,138         0      0%      0%
      JEEP BRAND                          35,605    40,269    -15%    -12%
  Neon                                     1,553    11,263    -87%    -86%
  Caliber                                 12,422         0      0%      0%
  Stratus                                  6,188    11,137    -47%    -44%
  Intrepid                                              13      NA      NA
  Charger                                 10,725     1,841    459%    483%
  Viper                                      127       146    -16%    -13%
  Magnum                                   2,563     5,035    -51%    -49%
  Dakota                                   6,749    11,840    -45%    -43%
  Ram P/U                                 29,599    38,051    -25%    -22%
  Caravan                                 22,685    22,115     -2%      3%
  Durango                                  5,353     9,367    -45%    -43%
  Ram Van/Wagon                                0         3   -100%   -100%
  Sprinter Van                             2,012     1,799      7%     12%
      DODGE BRAND                         99,976   112,610    -15%    -11%

      TOTAL CHRYSLER GROUP               191,261   214,575    -14%    -11%

            TOTAL CG CAR                  51,968    52,602     -5%     -1%
            TOTAL CG TRUCK               139,293   161,973    -17%    -14%
  Selling Days                                25        24


Total Annual sales for 2006 through May:
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                                             Sales CYTD      DR %   Vol %
                  Model                  Curr Yr    Pr Yr    Change  Change
  Sebring                                 41,340    43,461     -5%     -5%
  Concorde                                     0       210   -100%   -100%
  300                                     63,995    62,067      3%      3%
  Crossfire                                4,857     6,124    -21%    -21%
  PT Cruiser                              55,460    53,821      3%      3%
  Pacifica                                35,952    34,757      3%      3%
  Town & Country                          68,943    78,350    -12%    -12%
      CHRYSLER BRAND                     270,547   278,790     -3%     -3%
  Wrangler                                29,591    32,114     -8%     -8%
  Liberty                                 57,951    68,824    -16%    -16%
  Grand Cherokee                          62,183    83,590    -26%    -26%
  Commander                               30,716         0      0%      0%
      JEEP BRAND                         180,441   184,528     -2%     -2%
  Neon                                    15,533    52,134    -70%    -70%
  Caliber                                 31,596         0      0%      0%
  Stratus                                 47,786    49,479     -3%     -3%
  Intrepid                                     0       298   -100%   -100%
  Charger                                 49,295     1,841   2578%   2578%
  Viper                                      637       630      1%      1%
  Magnum                                  19,732    26,543    -26%    -26%
  Dakota                                  33,377    47,505    -30%    -30%
  Ram P/U                                150,799   163,094     -8%     -8%
  Caravan                                103,876   103,811      0%      0%
  Durango                                 31,505    52,469    -40%    -40%
  Ram Van/Wagon                                0       324   -100%   -100%
  Sprinter Van                             8,476     6,407     32%     32%
      DODGE BRAND                        492,612   504,535     -2%     -2%

      TOTAL CHRYSLER GROUP               943,600   967,853     -3%     -3%

            TOTAL CG CAR                 260,788   225,389     16%     16%
            TOTAL CG TRUCK               682,812   742,464     -8%     -8%
  Selling Days                               126       126
 

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Oh, and as an aside, the numbers released say that not only are Caliber sales up, but the days supply for the Caliber is 13 days! That's about what the Prius was at back when the celebs were going gaga over it :) Of course, some analysts say that Chrysler's 0% for 60 months may be good for sales, but bad for long-term profits. Oh well.
 

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From Businessweek:

Total Industry
Month
Car: 735,223 vs. 692,214, up 6 percent
Truck: 753,900 vs. 806,918, down 7 percent
Big Three vehicle: 787,627 vs. 863,858, down 9 percent
Asian vehicle: 599,514 vs. 544,290, up 10 percent
European vehicle: 101,982 vs. 90,984, up 12 percent
Total vehicle: 1,489,123 vs. 1,499,132, down 1 percent
Year-to-date
Car: 3,278,268 vs. 3,191,922, up 3 percent
Truck: 3,592,732 vs. 3,702,983, down 3 percent
Big Three vehicle: 3,757,294 vs. 3,961,383, down 5 percent
Asian vehicle: 2,654,866 vs. 2,516,826, up 5 percent
European vehicle: 458,840 vs. 416,696, up 10 percent
Total vehicle: 6,871,000 vs. 6,894,905, down 0 percent


General Motors
Month
Car: 126,875 vs. 150,890, down 16 percent
Truck: 208,506 vs. 231,962, down 10 percent
Vehicle: 335,381 vs. 382,852, down 12 percent
Year-to-date
Car: 631,069 vs. 729,266, down 13 percent
Truck: 983,059 vs. 1,026,172, down 4 percent
Vehicle: 1,614,128 vs. 1,755,438, down 8 percent


Ford
Month
Car: 99,302 vs. 92,237, up 8 percent
Truck: 161,683 vs. 174,194, down 7 percent
Vehicle: 260,985 vs. 266,431, down 2 percent
Year-to-date
Car: 453,580 vs. 421,594, up 8 percent
Truck: 745,986 vs. 816,498, down 9 percent
Vehicle: 1,199,566 vs. 1,238,092, down 3 percent


DaimlerChrysler
Month
Car: 51,968 vs. 52,602, down 1 percent
Truck: 139,293 vs. 161,973, down 14 percent
Vehicle: 191,261 vs. 214,575, down 11 percent
Year-to-date
Car: 260,788 vs. 225,389, up 16 percent
Truck: 682,812 vs. 742,464, down 8 percent
Vehicle: 943,600 vs. 967,853, down 3 percent


Toyota
Month
Car: 144,875 vs. 116,271, up 25 percent
Truck: 90,833 vs. 85,222, up 7 percent
Vehicle: 235,708 vs. 201,493, up 17 percent
Year-to-date
Car: 566,684 vs. 525,036, up 8 percent
Truck: 433,840 vs. 394,159, up 10 percent
Vehicle: 1,000,524 vs. 919,195, up 9 percent


Honda
Month
Car: 84,898 vs. 70,137, up 21 percent
Truck: 56,912 vs. 52,032, up 9 percent
Vehicle: 141,810 vs. 122,169, up 16 percent
Year-to-date
Car: 357,073 vs. 324,783, up 10 percent
Truck: 257,705 vs. 241,165, up 7 percent
Vehicle: 614,778 vs. 565,948, up 9 percent


Nissan
Month
Car: 48,046 vs. 52,067, down 8 percent
Truck: 38,621 vs. 41,452, down 7 percent
Vehicle: 86,667 vs. 93,519, down 7 percent
Year-to-date
Car: 231,638 vs. 240,236, down 4 percent
Truck: 204,976 vs. 209,704, down 2 percent
Vehicle: 436,614 vs. 449,940, down 3 percent


Mazda
Month
Car: 21,498 vs. 21,133, up 2 percent
Truck: 5,823 vs. 5,524, up 5 percent
Vehicle: 27,321 vs. 26,657, up 2 percent
Year-to-date
Car: 86,653 vs. 85,132, up 2 percent
Truck: 30,324 vs. 27,793, up 9 percent
Vehicle: 116,977 vs. 112,925, up 4 percent


Mitsubishi
Month
Car: 8,227 vs. 8,253, down 0 percent
Truck: 3,594 vs. 3,127, up 15 percent
Vehicle: 11,821 vs. 11,380, up 4 percent
Year-to-date
Car: 33,666 vs. 39,377, down 15 percent
Truck: 14,691 vs. 15,755, down 7 percent
Vehicle: 48,357 vs. 55,132, down 12 percent


Isuzu
Month
Truck: 638 vs. 1,221, down 48 percent
Vehicle: 638 vs. 1,221, down 48 percent
Year-to-date
Truck: 3,966 vs. 6,307, down 37 percent
Vehicle: 3,966 vs. 6,307, down 37 percent


Hyundai
Month
Car: 33,225 vs. 26,407, up 26 percent
Truck: 9,289 vs. 14,009, down 34 percent
Vehicle: 42,514 vs. 40,416, up 5 percent
Year-to-date
Car: 149,172 vs. 127,987, up 17 percent
Truck: 40,355 vs. 53,479, down 25 percent
Vehicle: 189,527 vs. 181,466, up 4 percent


Subaru
Month
Car: 10,349 vs. 9,829, up 5 percent
Truck: 6,057 vs. 4,646, up 30 percent
Vehicle: 16,406 vs. 14,475, up 13 percent
Year-to-date
Car: 46,215 vs. 49,018, down 6 percent
Truck: 31,331 vs. 26,339, up 19 percent
Vehicle: 77,546 vs. 75,357, up 3 percent


Suzuki
Month
Car: 6,407 vs. 6,236, up 3 percent
Truck: 3,728 vs. 1,221, up 205 percent
Vehicle: 10,135 vs. 7,457, up 36 percent
Year-to-date
Car: 27,382 vs. 22,361, up 22 percent
Truck: 20,061 vs. 12,204, up 64 percent
Vehicle: 47,443 vs. 34,565, up 37 percent


Kia
Month
Car: 15,425 vs. 12,268, up 26 percent
Truck: 11,069 vs. 13,235, down 16 percent
Vehicle: 26,494 vs. 25,503, up 4 percent
Year-to-date
Car: 58,040 vs. 64,229, down 10 percent
Truck: 61,094 vs. 51,762, up 18 percent
Vehicle: 119,134 vs. 115,991, up 3 percent


Volkswagen
Month
Car: 21,565 vs. 14,986, up 44 percent
Truck: 535 vs. 1,311, down 59 percent
Vehicle: 22,100 vs. 16,297, up 36 percent
Year-to-date
Car: 91,017 vs. 70,645, up 29 percent
Truck: 4,907 vs. 6,988, down 30 percent
Vehicle: 95,924 vs. 77,633, up 24 percent


BMW
Month
Car: 23,317 vs. 21,622, up 8 percent
Truck: 5,043 vs. 5,304, down 5 percent
Vehicle: 28,360 vs. 26,926, up 5 percent
Year-to-date
Car: 104,426 vs. 91,513, up 14 percent
Truck: 25,085 vs. 26,331, down 5 percent
Vehicle: 129,511 vs. 117,844, up 10 percent


Volvo
Month
Car: 7,714 vs. 7,900, down 2 percent
Truck: 2,410 vs. 2,898, down 17 percent
Vehicle: 10,124 vs. 10,798, down 6 percent
Year-to-date
Car: 34,680 vs. 39,029, down 11 percent
Truck: 13,545 vs. 14,646, down 8 percent
Vehicle: 48,225 vs. 53,675, down 10 percent


Mercedes-Benz
Month
Car: 16,767 vs. 14,365, up 17 percent
Truck: 4,854 vs. 3,446, up 41 percent
Vehicle: 21,621 vs. 17,811, up 21 percent
Year-to-date
Car: 79,103 vs. 69,064, up 15 percent
Truck: 15,030 vs. 11,328, up 33 percent
Vehicle: 94,133 vs. 80,392, up 17 percent


Saab
Month
Car: 3,030 vs. 3,836, down 21 percent
Vehicle: 3,030 vs. 3,836, down 21 percent
Year-to-date
Car: 14,396 vs. 14,354, up 0 percent
Vehicle: 14,396 vs. 14,354, up 0 percent


Jaguar
Month
Car: 2,374 vs. 2,697, down 12 percent
Vehicle: 2,374 vs. 2,697, down 12 percent
Year-to-date
Car: 9,489 vs. 14,274, down 34 percent
Vehicle: 9,489 vs. 14,274, down 34 percent


Audi
Month
Car: 7,120 vs. 6,455, up 10 percent
Vehicle: 7,120 vs. 6,455, up 10 percent
Year-to-date
Car: 32,416 vs. 30,492, up 6 percent
Vehicle: 32,416 vs. 30,492, up 6 percent


Land Rover
Month
Truck: 3,981 vs. 2,873, up 39 percent
Vehicle: 3,981 vs. 2,873, up 39 percent
Year-to-date
Truck: 19,016 vs. 14,457, up 32 percent
Vehicle: 19,016 vs. 14,457, up 32 percent


Porsche
Month
Car: 2,241 vs. 2,023, up 11 percent
Truck: 1,031 vs. 1,268, down 19 percent
Vehicle: 3,272 vs. 3,291, down 1 percent
Year-to-date
Car: 10,781 vs. 8,143, up 32 percent
Truck: 4,949 vs. 5,432, down 9 percent
Vehicle: 15,730 vs. 13,575, up 16 percent
 

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Saw an article yesterday that DCX makesabout $560 average on every vehicle sold. :) Toyota makes over $2000 average on every vehicle sold. :D

Chevrolet loses over $2000 average on every vehicle sold. Primary difference cited was pension and health care cost.:eek:
 
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