General Motors reported 146,825 total sales (including all brands), representing a total sales increase of 14 percent from the previous year. The "new GM" brands - Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac – reported retail sales of 102,420, up 3 percent compared to January 2009, and 145,098 total sales, up 30 percent.
Ford Motor Company, including Lincoln, Mercury and Volvo brands, reported January sales of 112,406, up
24.1 percent from January 2009.
Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., reported January sales of 98,796 vehicles, a decrease of 8.7 percent over
American Honda, including Acura, posted total January vehicle sales of 67,479, an increase of 2.9 percent compared to January 2009.
Nissan North America reported January sales of 62,572, an increase of 16.1 percent, compared with
Chrysler Group reported total U.S. sales for January of 57,143 units, an 8 percent decrease compared
with the same period last year.
Hyundai Motor America had January sales of 30,503 units, up 24 percent versus January 2009.
Kia Motors America January sales of 22,123 units, was 0.1 percent increase over the same period in
Volkswagen of America reported January 2010 sales of 18,019 total units, representing a 41.4 percent increase over January 2009. Audi, owned by VW, separately reported January U.S. sales of 6,510, a 37.9% overall increase from January 2009.
Daimler reported sales for the Mercedes-Benz Cars division in the U.S. (Mercedes-Benz and smart
combined) of 15,436 units, an increase of 26.4 percent compared to January 2009. smartUSA accounted for 278 vehicles, an 84.3 percent drop from January 2009. Mercedes-Benz USA January sales of 15,158 vehicles was a 45.3 percent improvement over January 2009.
Mazda North American Operations reported January 2010 sales of 15,694, an increase of 1.8 percent versus January of 2009.
Subaru of America, coming off a record-breaking sales year in 2009, announced sales of 15,611, a 28 percent increase over January 2009.
BMW Group in the U.S. (BMW and MINI combined) sold 15,410 vehicles, up 7.7 percent from January last year. Sales of BMW brand vehicles increased 7.6 percent in January for a total of 13,163 while MINI USA reported sales of 2,247, an increase of 7.9 percent compared to last January.
Mitsubishi Motors North America announced January 2010 sales of 4,170.
American Suzuki Motor sold 2,040 vehicles in January, a 44 percent tumble from January last year.
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