September Sales Snapshot: 08-09 Comparison

Edward Niedermeyer
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Bill Owen from Carport Confidential shares a graph comparing September 2008 with September 2009 sales.

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  • Rockit Rockit on Oct 04, 2009

    johnthacker, Orian has it right. All i was referring is to the always pro Hyundai banter in the comments. Yes Hyundai's quality has improved but not much (new models too new to know for sure, look at my last post) All this pro Hyundai talk and Hyundai has no vehicle in the top 20? THAT IS over hype. I'm no GM or Chrysler backer, I'm a truth and fact backer. I have stories about GM vehicles as well but that is irrelevant in this post.

  • Brettc Brettc on Oct 05, 2009

    mpresley: About the only thing saving VW right now is the TDI sales. Their gas engines are pretty thirsty, especially the 2.5 in the Jetta and Gabbit/Rolf. I think when the 2010 Golf TDIs start appearing, they'll sell every one of them as well. There hasn't been a Golf TDI in NA since 2006, so there will likely be some demand for them.

  • Russell Russell on Oct 05, 2009

    @SkiD666 and to others who are questioning the long term trend, here is a long term trend that's already available. These stats were easy to find from the The Hyundai's sale number For year 2000, 244,391. For year 2008, 401,742. I see this trend continuing.

  • Anonymous Anonymous on Oct 13, 2009

    [...] Ouch. [...]