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Enator 11-03-2010 12:00 PM

October 2010 Camaro Sales and Production Figures
 
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Delivery (sales) Stats:
Camaro October 2010 Deliveries (actual sales): 5,013
Total January 2010 - October 2010 Deliveries: 71,512


Production Stats:
Camaros Produced in October: 6,210
Total Model Year 2011 Camaros produced to date: 34,601


Compared to Competition:
Mustang sold 5317 units in October2010.
Challenger sold 3182 units in October2010.


ViperTomcat 11-03-2010 12:02 PM

Wow..a 3-4 thousand unit drop month to month?

I will be curious to see how the Pony and Challenger did. If they did just as poorly then may indicate a new automotive market trend starting?

ssmike 11-03-2010 12:10 PM

I wonder what is up with the decline in deliveries for the past 3 months! Looks like October deliveries were the lowest since May '09. I wonder if some people are waiting for the convertable or Z-28!

Dosin 11-03-2010 12:21 PM

I do not regret my decision to buy a V8 camaro. Although it was something to think about regarding the 5.0 poopstang being faster and getting better MPG. I put premium in my 2SS and I wonder if the mustang requires premium?

One downfall about owning a Camaro is having to carry 2x4 in trunk to fend off ladies! :sm0:

FenwickHockey65 11-03-2010 12:26 PM

Mustang: 5,317 units sold
Challenger: 3,182 units sold

Jekyll-N-Hyde 11-03-2010 12:32 PM

Holiday season is in the air and people are not wanting to spend money on a NEW Camaro

Time for Gifts , Food and Travel

Late January EArly February when Tax money gets rolling in for some New Cars will start selling :thumbsup:

Enator 11-03-2010 12:39 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by FenwickHockey65 (Post 2511460)
Mustang: 5,317 units sold
Challenger: 3,182 units sold

Thanks ;)

Reborn 11-03-2010 12:45 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jekyll-N-Hyde (Post 2511480)
Holiday season is in the air and people are not wanting to spend money on a NEW Camaro

Time for Gifts , Food and Travel

Late January EArly February when Tax money gets rolling in for some New Cars will start selling :thumbsup:

A lot of people also wouldn't want to drive their new Camaro in the snow. If it is a weekend car then there is no point in getting one now unless you live in a warmer climate. No chance to drive the thing!

ViperTomcat 11-03-2010 12:56 PM

Hm..so I guess it is just the Camaro.

Ghost Rider 11-03-2010 01:43 PM

I'm not liking that one year downward trend for the Comaro compared to the upward trend for Mustang and Challenger.

ViperTomcat 11-03-2010 01:54 PM

I'm sure the impending arrival of the 'vert is contributing to the weaker sales..but I doubt it would account for that big of a drop. The drop due to the Z28 I suspect is very small owing to the fact that it is still, at minimum, 14 months away from being able to purchase, if not 18 months.

PAUL SS 11-03-2010 03:05 PM

Why is production so low for September and October?

ViperTomcat 11-03-2010 04:40 PM

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Originally Posted by PAUL SS (Post 2511970)
Why is production so low for September and October?

Well I believe there was a 2 week plant shutdown in September. Maybe it was one week...cant remember.

LoneStar 11-03-2010 11:02 PM

Sounds like the PERFECT time to release a Camaro commercial! :headbang:

HTown 11-04-2010 12:15 AM

I was one of the October numbers :D

RLHMARINES 11-04-2010 12:41 AM

Rebates on the other brands are playing a big part in this downward trend for the camaro but i will also say that the market for all of the pony cars are going to settle out soon at some level. Remember, the camaro sales started very strong due to pent up demand. The camaro is doing a lot with only a V6 and a V8 model compared to the mustangs 6 models in their lineup. That will change with the 2 'vert models coming and at least 1 Z/28 model with the possibility of a 'vert Z/28 a distant possibility in the future we hope.

I also think that the confirmed interior upgrade for the '12 model year is probably keeping a lot of folks who are in the know on the sidelines to see that change come thru along with other mid model year cycle upgrades before the next generation camaro comes in the '14/'15 model year.

I am on the fence myself awaiting the Z/28's arrival. It's been very, very, very HARD not to pull the trigger since the camaro's launch. When i feel weak and about to abandon my plan, I just usually go and test drive one from the local rental agency or from one of my local stealership that a good friend works as a salesman for an overnight keep or longer. The wife want's me to go ahead and get a SS but i told her the Z/28 is what i want.

v6sonoma 11-04-2010 12:53 AM

I'm not to surprised. The weather is getting colder and the waiting to get your car is mostly over now so the numbers should be softer this time of year. Overall they still sold a good amount. I'm sure the vert is having a small effect but they only sold a few less than the Mustang and it has fresher product (new engines). The challenger will probably get an uptick soon with it's new powerplants. I can say no ones buying any of the three of them around here right now. It's a tough sell with snow on the way. Also most of the Camaros I see are SS or RS which means summer tires.


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