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U.S. Cadillac Sales Jump 55 Percent During Q2 2021

U.S. Cadillac Sales Jump 55 Percent During Q2 2021

Cadillac sales in the United States increased 55 percent to 36,129 units during the second quarter of 2021.

Individual model sales performance was as follows:

During the first six months of the 2021 calendar year, U.S. Cadillac sales increased 37 percent to 73,406 units.

Sales Results - Q2 2021 - USA - Cadillac

MODELQ2 2021 / Q2 2020Q2 2021Q2 2020YTD 2021 / YTD 2020 YTD 2021YTD 2020
CT4+289.68% 2,303591+680.06%4,930 632
CT5-4.82% 2,4512,575+22.42%6,825 5,575
CT6-87.39% 104825-93.29%171 2,550
CTS-38.70% 103168-50.61%162 328
ESCALADE+120.34% 10,8744,935+96.27%20,716 10,555
XT4-36.85% 2,5123,978-12.84%7,966 9,140
XT5+82.83% 10,5735,783+30.66%19,346 14,806
XT6+73.11% 7,1514,131+42.76%13,141 9,205
CADILLAC TOTAL+55.09% 36,12923,296+36.90%73,406 53,621

The Cadillac Society Take

U.S. Cadillac sales posted a significant double-digit increase during the second quarter of 2021, when the marque’s sales volume grew by a substantial 55 percent over the same period in 2020. In fact, this healthy growth represents the third consecutive quarter of year-on-year growth in Cadillac sales in the U.S. market after a six percent increase in Q4 2020 and 23 percent in Q1 2021.

The overwhelmingly positive performance for the marque during the second quarter was driven by the excellent performance of the all-new 2021 Cadillac Escalade. The full-size luxury SUV posted a massive 120 percent growth in sales volume, remaining the marque’s best-selling model for the second consecutive quarter. In doing so, the Escalade has also displaced the XT5 as the best-selling Cadillac, after doing that during the first quarter of 2021.

In addition, sales of the new Cadillac CT4 increased by 290 percent, while the XT5 and XT6 crossovers also saw significant increases year-over-year.

The only models in Cadillac’s current product portfolio that posted declines in sales volume during Q2 2021 were the CT5 and XT4, both of which were affected by production downtime at their respective manufacturing plants due to the ongoing semiconductor shortage that has hit manufacturers on a global level.

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