Monday, December 12, 2011

Chrysler, GM, Nissan post große Verkäufe Gewinne

Frederic j. Brown / AFP - AFP

A man opens the door passengers of a Jeep Wrangler on display at the Los Angeles Auto Show 2012. Chrysler November sales rose 45 percent by strong sales of its brand Jeep.

Automakers, including reported that Chrysler, GM, Ford, Toyota and Nissan healthy sales gains in the United States last month in a good sign for the economy as a whole and consumer demand.

The results underscore projections that Americans bought new cars at the fastest pace in more than two years, cars replace as they age. Analysts expect that the annual sales for November could between 13.3 million and 14 million cars and trucks. This is far better than the rate of 12.6 million through the first 10 months of the year.

November sales could also be the annual 14.1 million by August 2009, when the Government offered huge discounts for drivers their gas-guzzling clunkers trade.

Chrysler led the Pack with a 45 percent jump in sales, which it strong demand for its Jeep vehicles attributed to.

2: 07 Pm EST: Toyota said that U.S. sales increased by 7 percent in November, increasing by introducing new models and improved dealer inventories.

Sales suffered Toyota earthquake in the months since March and tsunami in Japan, which led to share bottlenecks that limit how many vehicles could build it.

Toyota sold a total of 137.960 new cars and trucks, up from 129.317 in the same month last year.
Car sales increased by 18.8 percent as sales of the Prius hybrid, including its new Prius V-model, rose by almost half and Camry sales, including the new gas and hybrid versions, 13 per cent jump.

Sales decreased truck 5.4%, as almost every model was reduced to.

12: 33 P.m. EST: Ford said that its US sales rose by 13 percent in November, as higher sales of trucks and sport utility vehicles countered a decline in the cars. Was the sales 166.865 vehicles last month compared with 147.338 a year earlier.

The automaker says that sales of cars last month fell 9 percent, while sales of SUVs jumped 29 percent. TRUCK 22.8 percent. Sales of the Ford brand by 20 percent over the previous year. Sales of the Explorer tripled, while sales of Ford Escape to 46 percent.

Ford Motor Co. also said that he believes that the current Dynamics in the industry is to be continued. It plans 675,000 vehicles in the first quarter of next year to 3 percent or 18,000 vehicles, compared to the same period this year.

10: 42 Am EST: GM sales increased by 7 percent, while Nissan sales rose 45 percent increase by 19% and therefore under Chrysler, but still going strong.

Buyers snapped up GM small cars and pickup trucks. Sale of Chevrolet Cruze compact rose 54 percent, while the Chevrolet Silverado Pickup, best selling GM vehicle, 34 percent jump.

"We see a broad range of clients back on the market," said Don Johnson, GM U.S. sales Chief.

At Nissan the tiny vice versa led sales with an increase of 38 percent, but SUV and truck sales also increased by 32 percent.

8: 30 Am EST: Chrysler US sales jumped 45 percent last month thanks to the strong demand for the Jeep brand.

Chrysler sold 107.172 new cars and trucks last month compared with 74.152 in the previous year. Jeep sales rose by 44 percent on strong demand for the compass crossover and the liberty of small SUV.

Higher incentives in November brought buyers into showrooms. says Chrysler incentives rose by 6 percent from October to almost $3,300 per vehicle.

Associated press contributed to this report.

CNBCS Phil LeBeau has the numbers by GM and a business Outlook, with Don Johnson, General Motors VP of U.S. sales.

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