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U.S. Cadillac Sales Down Seven Percent In Q2 2022

U.S. Cadillac Sales Down Seven Percent In Q2 2022

Cadillac sales in the United States fell seven percent to 33,703 units during the second quarter of 2022.

Individual model sales performance was as follows:

During the first six months of the 2022 calendar year, U.S. Cadillac sales decreased 15.6 percent to 61,919 units.

Sales Results - Q2 2022 - USA - Cadillac

MODELQ2 2022 / Q2 2021Q2 2022Q2 2021YTD 2022 / YTD 2021 YTD 2022YTD 2021
CT4+13.63% 2,6172,303-8.52%4,510 4,930
CT5+70.18% 4,1712,451+10.10%7,514 6,825
ESCALADE-50.31% 5,40310,874-42.91%11,827 20,716
ESCALADE ESV* 3,818**7,899 0
XT4+116.24% 5,4322,512+14.65%9,133 7,966
XT5-37.19% 6,64110,573-39.86%11,634 19,346
XT6-21.70% 5,5997,151-28.63%9,379 13,141
CADILLAC TOTAL-6.71% 33,70336,129-15.65%61,919 73,406

The Cadillac Society Take

Cadillac sales were once again in the red during the second quarter of 2022, thereby accumulating a full year of consecutive quarterly declines in the U.S. market. Even so, the 33,703 deliveries experienced during Q2 2022 represents the marque’s higher sales volume in the last four quarters thanks to a notable improvement in availability of several vehicles.

The increase in Q2 2022 sales compared to previous quarters was the result of significant gains made by the Cadillac XT4 and CT5. The high three-digital growth for the XT4 and double-digit gains for the CT5 enabled the nameplates to be in the green for both Q2 as well as during the first six months of the 2022 calendar year. Additionally, the Cadillac CT4 was also in the green during the period, albeit posting a slightly lower gains.

By contrast, the Cadillac Escalade lost momentum, posting the very first quarterly sales drop since the all-new, fifth-generation model went on sale. However, the full-size SUV maintained a noticeable lead over other Cadillac nameplates, solidly remaining the brand’s best-selling model.

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1 Comment

  1. I’m not surprised to read that Cadillac Sales are down. I’ve been shopping for a new Cadillac to replace my CT6, when the lease is up and every Cadillac dealer I’ve spoken with is added a premium to the MSRP. One as much as $7,000. I refuse to pay a premium, so I’ll but my CT6 at the end of the lease and I’ll do the same when my XT5 lease is up next year. IF WE REFUSE TO PAY PREMIUMS DEALERS WILL STOP CHARGING THEM !!!


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