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U.S. Cadillac Sales Up 50 Percent In Q3 2022

U.S. Cadillac Sales Up 50 Percent In Q3 2022

Cadillac sales in the United States increased 50 percent to 33,672 units during the third quarter of 2022.

Individual model sales performance was as follows:

During the first nine months of the 2022 calendar year, U.S. Cadillac sales decreased 0.35 percent to 95,591 units.

Sales Results - Q3 2022 - USA - Cadillac

MODELQ3 2022 / Q3 2021Q3 2022Q3 2021YTD 2022 / YTD 2021 YTD 2022YTD 2021
CT4+178.42% 2,581927+21.07%7,091 5,857
CT5+268.81% 2,991811+37.57%10,505 7,636
ESCALADE-2.19% 6,1116,248-6.93%17,938 19,274
ESCALADE ESV-0.90% 3,8423,877+1.50%11,741 11,567
LYRIQ* 36**36 0
XT4+929.63% 5,838567+75.45%14,971 8,533
XT5+31.86% 7,2605,506-23.97%18,894 24,852
XT6+9.43% 5,0134,581-18.79%14,392 17,722
CADILLAC TOTAL+49.53% 33,67222,519-0.35%95,591 95,925

The Cadillac Society Take

After accumulating a full year of consecutive declines, Cadillac sales saw a significant increase in the third quarter of 2022, ending the marque’s extended negative performance in the U.S. market. The notable Q3 improvement represents Cadillac’s first positive quarterly performance in the U.S. market since rising in the second quarter of 2021.

The strong showing was the result of a considerable recovery in inventory levels for most of Cadillac models, with five nameplates posting healthy year-over-year increases. Particular standouts include the Cadillac XT4 as well as large, triple-digit gains seen by the CT4 and CT5 sedans. The XT5 saw healthy growth, while the XT6 was also in the green. Meanwhile, the all-new Lyriq registered its first 36 deliveries in Q3.

In contrast, the Cadillac Escalade was the only Cadillac to see a decline in sales during the third quarter, posting only its second sales decline since the fifth-generation model went on sale. Despite that, the full-size SUV remained the marque’s best-selling model during the quarter.

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