The Ford Mustang remained the best-selling pony car in the United States in July 2016, outselling both the Chevy Camaro and the Dodge Challenger.
Pony Car Sales Summary – July 2016 – United States
In July, the Mustang and Challenger both posted a year-over-year sales growth , while the Camaro posted a double-digit decrease compared to the same time period a year ago.
July 2016 sales of the three pony cars were as follows (vs. July 2015):
- Ford Mustang sales increased 12.77 percent to 9,565 units
- Chevrolet Camaro sales decreased 26.09 percent to 5,520 units
- Dodge Challenger sales increased 7.21 percent to 5,619 units
The trio collectively accounted for 20,704 sales, down 2.3 percent year-over-year.
Pony Car Sales Summary – First Seven Months Of 2016 – United States
In the first seven months of 2016, sales of the three pony cars were were down individually (vs. first seven months of 2015):
- Ford Mustang sales decreased 5.53 to 72,530 units
- Chevrolet Camaro sales decreased 15.4 percent to 42,354 units
- Dodge Challenger sales decreased 5.51 percent to 39,998 units
The three vehicles collectively accounted for 154,882 sales, down 8.44 percent year-over-year.
Sales Numbers - Camaro vs. Challenger vs. Mustang Deliveries - July 2016 - United States
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The Motrolix Take
Do the declining figures present a reason to be concerned over the muscle car segment? Maybe so, but probably not.. at least not yet. That’s because the 8.4 percent decline in the segment for the first seven months of the year is nearly identical to the 8.5 percent drop in overall U.S. car sales as crossovers continue growing in popularity. So maybe there’s not much cause for concern just yet.
- Running Camaro vs Mustang vs Challenger sales numbers comparison
- General Motors July 2016 sales numbers
- Ford Motor Company July 2016 sales numbers
- FCA July 2016 sales numbers