July Sales: Who's Up, Who's Down - Left Lane News

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  1. Ronin

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    http://www.leftlanenews.com/july-sales-whos-up-whos-down.html

    We've compiled a list of carmakers who have announced their July 2007 sales figures for the United States. Keep checking this page as Leftlane News will post more information as it becomes available. The figures, located after the jump, are in comparison to July '06 sales.

    U.S.
    Saturn: + 15.9 percent
    Jeep: + 8.6 percent
    Lincoln: - 2.1 percent
    GMC: - 4.6 percent
    Cadillac: - 5.2 percent
    Chrysler: - 5.4 percent
    Dodge: - 10.4 percent
    Pontiac: - 16.1 percent
    Ford: - 19.6 percent
    Chevrolet: - 21.9 percent
    Buick: - 26.5 percent This is what they get for not bringing over the Park Avenue.
    Hummer: - 27.1 percent
    Mercury: - 34.8 percent


    Asia
    Mazda: + 7.1 percent
    Lexus: + 4.9 percent
    Kia: + 4.7 percent (best July ever)
    Subaru: + 4 percent
    Nissan: + 1.7 percent
    Mitsubishi: - 1 percent
    Honda: - 3.2 percent
    Toyota: - 4.5 percent
    Isuzu: - 6.2 percent
    Hyundai: - 8 percent
    Acura: - 8 percent


    Europe
    BMW: + 26 percent
    Mini: + 20.1 percent Bmw is pwning
    Land Rover: + 18.9 percent
    Porsche: + 5 percent
    Audi: + 1.7 percent
    Saab: - 5.1 percent
    Volvo: - 7.6 percent
    Volkswagen: - 9.5 percent
    Mercedes-Benz: - 14 percent
    Jaguar: - 43.1 percent :ugh: :rofl:


     
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