Chevy Camaro Barely Outsells Ford Mustang in April
However, GM’s power-packing machine barely made it first to the finish line last month, selling in only 198 examples more than the Mustang did. All told, Chevrolet delivered 7,949 Camaros in April, while the Blue Oval sold 7,751 units over the same period of time.
When compared to last year’s figures, the Camaro lost no less than 17 percent, while the Mustang went down just 1 percent. On the other hand, the Dodge Challenger was up 17 percent last month with 4,804 units sold.
As far as year-to-date sales are concerned, GM’s musclecar is still in the lead with a total of 27,147 deliveries. The Mustang sits in second with 25,071 units, while the Dodge Challenger is a little behind with 19,344 examples handed over to their customers.