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Tran 07-01-2010 01:05 PM

June 2010 Camaro production & sales figures
 
As reported on Homepage.

The latest camaro production and delivery (sales) #'s were released today. Here are the stats:


Delivery (sales) Stats:
Camaro June 2010 Deliveries (actual sales): 7,540
Total January 2010 - June 2010 Deliveries: 46,378

Production Stats:
Camaros produced in June 2010: 10,719 (1,201 MY2010 / 9,518 MY 2011)
Total Model Year 2010 Camaros produced to date: 129,405
Total Model Year 2011 Camaros produced to date: 9,546


> May 2010 Stats: http://www.camaro5.com/forums/showthread.php?t=87197
> April 2010 Stats: http://www.camaro5.com/forums/showthread.php?t=81144
> March 2010 Stats: http://www.camaro5.com/forums/showthread.php?t=74608


Compared to Competition:
Mustang sold 8,974 units in June 2010.
Challenger sold 3,086 units in June 2010.


ENATOR's awesome charts:

http://www.camaro5.com/forums/attach...1&d=1278052185 http://www.camaro5.com/forums/attach...1&d=1278052185 http://www.camaro5.com/forums/attach...1&d=1278052185 http://www.camaro5.com/forums/attach...1&d=1278052185 http://www.camaro5.com/forums/attach...1&d=1278052185 http://www.camaro5.com/forums/attach...1&d=1278052185 http://www.camaro5.com/forums/attach...1&d=1278052185

FenwickHockey65 07-01-2010 01:11 PM

Ford Mustang: 8,974 units sold
Dodge Challenger: 3,086 units sold

Tran 07-01-2010 01:12 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by FenwickHockey65 (Post 2048667)
Ford Mustang: 8,974 units sold
Dodge Challenger: 3,086 units sold

Thanks :thumbsup:

SSinatra Andretti 07-01-2010 01:17 PM

thanks

Angrybird 12 07-01-2010 01:20 PM

Were those Mustangs 2010 0r 2011's or both sold. I know they were having a bunch of incentives on left over 2010's...at least around here they were...

Blue Maro Demon 07-01-2010 01:21 PM

TOO bad we couldnt beat the Mustang this month! But we came very very close to it even with their new engines coming out. Once the luster of the new Mustangs with the engines wears out we should be beating them again in sales soon.

oachalon 07-01-2010 01:23 PM

GM might actually have to spend some money marketing the car. I see the mustang commercial all the time.

SummoneR 07-01-2010 01:27 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by oachalon (Post 2048709)
GM might actually have to spend some money marketing the car. I see the mustang commercial all the time.

Same here it's like every other commercial. Most people don't know the V6 Camaro has more HP and an EPA rated 1 less MPG... If they did via a commercial all the time... they might reconsider.

I was talking to a guy the other day about my Camaro and he started bragging how the new Mustang gets over 30 mpg and has over 300hp. He said yeah they were the first American muscle to do it... I said nope sorry the 2010 Camaro has 312hp and gets an estimated 30... You should have seen the look on his face. I love peoples reaction when I tell them I get 25.2 mpg on long road trips in my SS. LOL

LAWMAN 07-01-2010 01:34 PM

we have got to pick up the pace,..,being the 2lt and 2ss will now come standard with hud and hurst shifter for the m/t on these two models,sales will pick back up,g.m. knows that each year they will have to add something new to the car to keep interest high and steady..

armysig 07-01-2010 01:39 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by oachalon (Post 2048709)
GM might actually have to spend some money marketing the car. I see the mustang commercial all the time.


I'm sure GM marketing team is coming up with something, and I bet it's going to be displaying the convertable and the new HP rating on the V6. :D Just my opinion. :popcorn:

BacktoGM 07-01-2010 01:43 PM

Its interesting that ALL the car mags decided to compare the 2011 Mustang with the 2010 Camaro. Why didn't they wait to compare model years? Then they could have displayed the better HP numbers of the 2011 Camaro. (as well HUD...) Also, why is the web page taking soooooooooooooo long to get refreshed with 2011 features and pricing. Maybe they are waiting for dealerships to have available stock? I am in product marketing (not in the car industry) and that is a major faux pas. Web pages have to be updated and published at the exact time the product (especially when pricing is available) is available.

lre107 07-01-2010 01:45 PM

I checked out a 2011 Mustang GT that was on the lot here at the local Ford dealership, it stickered for $35,500, and they had a tag in the windshield selling it for $3000 off..or $32,500. Thought that was interesting.

marticus24 07-01-2010 01:46 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by LAWMAN (Post 2048741)
we have got to pick up the pace,..,being the 2lt and 2ss will now come standard with hud and hurst shifter for the m/t on these two models,sales will pick back up,g.m. knows that each year they will have to add something new to the car to keep interest high and steady..

Since when is the Hurst shifter standard on 2011 MT 2SS/2LT. I was under the impression it was always optional, but not standard. Thought HUD was the only addition to 2011 on those two trim levels... Did I miss something?

ViperTomcat 07-01-2010 01:52 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Skyman 08 (Post 2048700)
Were those Mustangs 2010 0r 2011's or both sold. I know they were having a bunch of incentives on left over 2010's...at least around here they were...

Probably very very few were 2010's. The dealers were doing fire sales on the 2010's for the first few months of the year to clear them out.

The majority of the Mustang sales would be 2011's.

Dont be so sure the Camaro will recapture the sales lead.

CamaroCrazy69 07-01-2010 01:52 PM

During the NBA Finals, they would show the stupid mustang commercial so frequently and I would be like yeah big deal the Camaro looks better. I always see mustang commercials and advertisements and I think I have only seen one Camaro commercial,ever. I always see GMC truck commercials or Cadillac commercials. Why can't they just make one for the Camaro and show the audience how bad ass of a car it is! Why? Grrrrrr!!!!!!

ViperTomcat 07-01-2010 01:53 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by marticus24 (Post 2048778)
Since when is the Hurst shifter standard on 2011 MT 2SS/2LT. I was under the impression it was always optional, but not standard. Thought HUD was the only addition to 2011 on those two trim levels... Did I miss something?

The HUD is standard only on the 2SS/2LT. It is unavailable on other trim levels

ViperTomcat 07-01-2010 01:55 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by CamaroCrazy69 (Post 2048800)
During the NBA Finals, they would show the stupid mustang commercial so frequently and I would be like yeah big deal the Camaro looks better. I always see mustang commercials and advertisements and I think I have only seen one Camaro commercial,ever. I always see GMC truck commercials or Cadillac commercials. Why can't they just make one for the Camaro and show the audience how bad ass of a car it is! Why? Grrrrrr!!!!!!

They made two of them.

One in 2007 and the other in 2009.

They were rather successful at selling the car

Jerseyrican88 07-01-2010 01:56 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SummoneR (Post 2048719)
Same here it's like every other commercial. Most people don't know the V6 Camaro has more HP and an EPA rated 1 less MPG... If they did via a commercial all the time... they might reconsider.

I was talking to a guy the other day about my Camaro and he started bragging how the new Mustang gets over 30 mpg and has over 300hp. He said yeah they were the first American muscle to do it... I said nope sorry the 2010 Camaro has 312hp and gets an estimated 30... You should have seen the look on his face. I love peoples reaction when I tell them I get 25.2 mpg on long road trips in my SS. LOL

Lol bro I have the same reaction when I tell ppl that. Its awesome, chevy should make a commercial for the camaro though. I think it would boost sales

Nick@moranoracing 07-01-2010 01:57 PM

Totally can understand why the camaro has been selling, the mustang hasnt really changed much from its 2005 remodel. Yes it has refreshed but still looks awfully similar to the 2005-2009 mustangs. The camaro is pretty much a brand new car, priced competitively, a car many generations of people have seen. The Heritage of the camaro is at a high teir just like the mustang. With a whole new body and sense of styling,(plus all the advertisement mumbo jumbo) its hard to pick the mustang or challenger when the new camaro came out.

marticus24 07-01-2010 01:57 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ViperTomcat (Post 2048803)
The HUD is standard only on the 2SS/2LT. It is unavailable on other trim levels

Yes, I know that... I was questioning the statement that the Hurst shifter became standard on MT 2SS/LT models... which, to my knowledge, it is not, unless something changed.

SSC Super Venom 07-01-2010 01:58 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SummoneR (Post 2048719)
Same here it's like every other commercial. Most people don't know the V6 Camaro has more HP and an EPA rated 1 less MPG... If they did via a commercial all the time... they might reconsider.

I was talking to a guy the other day about my Camaro and he started bragging how the new Mustang gets over 30 mpg and has over 300hp. He said yeah they were the first American muscle to do it... I said nope sorry the 2010 Camaro has 312hp and gets an estimated 30... You should have seen the look on his face. I love peoples reaction when I tell them I get 25.2 mpg on long road trips in my SS. LOL

Ya but there is a big performance differnece between a V6 Mustang and a V6 Camaro
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bq17ecwFI7M

Char1ieone 07-01-2010 01:59 PM

Quite frankly if you think about, the Camaro has been doing fantastic in sales as there has really been no marketing for it all, unless you consider the Transformer movies. Analyze things okay, the new mustang has put up a deal of marketing in tv spots and magazine ads just to sell 8,900 units in June, that's just 1,400 more units than the Camaro which really has no marketing for it really. The 5th gen Camaro itself has become a pop icon within the past two years with just word of mouth and such not just with car enthusiasts and adults but children as well.

If you have child pick between a toy mustang or toy camaro they picked the Cam because of bumblebee. I know that Cam-heads are rolling their eyes cause of transformers and that's fine, but what that does is make the Camaro more apparent to the adults because of what their child likes or is interested in.

So in consideration on how little money that GM has put into marketing quite possibly their top selling vehicle, the amount of units that sold in comparison just under 1500 units from the Stang and also the huge amount of anticipation of the Z28 and convertible still to come with current sales still strong. The Camaro and GM has been a great success even with these sales, the true outlook and final comparison will probably be within 5 months of the new mustang sales to see how they slide or increase on both companies to determine a true pony car winner.

Char1ieone 07-01-2010 01:59 PM

Quite frankly if you think about, the Camaro has been doing fantastic in sales as there has really been no marketing for it all, unless you consider the Transformer movies. Analyze things okay, the new mustang has put up a deal of marketing in tv spots and magazine ads just to sell 8,900 units in June, that's just 1,400 more units than the Camaro which really has no marketing for it really. The 5th gen Camaro itself has become a pop icon within the past two years with just word of mouth and such not just with car enthusiasts and adults but children as well.

If you have child pick between a toy mustang or toy camaro they picked the Cam because of bumblebee. I know that Cam-heads are rolling their eyes cause of transformers and that's fine, but what that does is make the Camaro more apparent to the adults because of what their child likes or is interested in.

So in consideration on how little money that GM has put into marketing quite possibly their top selling vehicle, the amount of units that sold in comparison just under 1500 units from the Stang and also the huge amount of anticipation of the Z28 and convertible still to come with current sales still strong. The Camaro and GM has been a great success even with these sales, the true outlook and final comparison will probably be within 5 months of the new mustang sales to see how they slide or increase on both companies to determine a true pony car winner.

CamaroCrazy69 07-01-2010 02:00 PM

Yes they were successful but I would just like to see more exposure like the Mustang. Maybe when Transformers 3 comes out. Lol.

Berean 07-01-2010 02:13 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Char1ieone (Post 2048833)
Q
So in consideration on how little money that GM has put into marketing quite possibly their top selling vehicle, the amount of units that sold in comparison just under 1500 units from the Stang and also the huge amount of anticipation of the Z28 and convertible still to come with current sales still strong. The Camaro and GM has been a great success even with these sales, the true outlook and final comparison will probably be within 5 months of the new mustang sales to see how they slide or increase on both companies to determine a true pony car winner.

It's no where near GM's top selling vehicle.


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