GM Sales Up 14 Percent in November

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General Motors has delivered 212,060 vehicles in the United States in November, an increase of 13.7 percent compared to the same month last year and the highest November sales in six years.
The GMC brand experience the highest year-over-year growth with 19.8 percent, while Buick followed with an increase of 13.4 percent. Chevrolet and Cadillac went up 12.6 percent and 11.4 percent respectively.

Moving over to units delivered, Chevrolet sold 145,089 vehicles, more than the other three brands put together. GMC sold 35,727, Cadillac 16,172 and Buick 15,072. GM's best-performing nameplates in year-over-year growth in November 2013 were the GMC Acadia (up 108%), Chevrolet Malibu (up 41%) and the Chevrolet Cruze (up 39%).

"November sales were strong at all four of our brands, and demand was robust for everything from cars to crossovers to the industry’s newest and best full-size pickups," said Kurt McNeil, GM vice president of US sales operations. "The sheer number of award-winning new models we have helped us grow faster than the industry for the second month in a row."
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