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Read My Lips - When All Things Are Almost Equal, Read My Lips - It's the PRICE! - GM Lowers Prices and Increases Deliveries 41 Percent in June 2005

Snides Remarks: The following news from GM should put to rest all of the talk about car quality, design, new fashioned, old fashioned, good cars, bad cars,etc. etc. etc. they make good car talk but don't really mean squat...read my lips it's PRICE PRICE PRICE. In June car and truck buyers apparantly felt that it's ok to buy a GM car when the price is right. Consumers are happy when they believe that they are not getting screwed...this is a wonderful lesson in raising prices until they got out of hand and needed an adjustment...so ok GM now gets the picture...we like your cars and now we love your prices. Let me know what you think msnide@theautochannel.com.

Best Sales Since September 1986
Truck Deliveries Up 68 Percent, Setting All-Time Industry Record
Full-Size Pickups and Sport Utilities Establish New Industry Sales Benchmarks
Best-Ever Sales for GMC, HUMMER and Saab
Cadillac and Chevrolet Have Best Sales Since 1986

DETROIT – General Motors dealers in the U.S. sold 558,092 new cars and trucks in June, up 41 percent compared to year-ago sales. This was GM’s best sales month since September 1986. The strong results were paced by all-time industry record truck sales (382,601) that were up 68 percent. GM led the industry in full-size pickup deliveries, which were up 102 percent. Car sales (175,491) were up 4 percent, with several new vehicles, including Cadillac STS, Chevrolet Cobalt, Pontiac G6 and Buick LaCrosse, posting record sales results.

Calendar year-to-date sales are up 2.5 percent, with truck deliveries up 6 percent and car sales down 3 percent. Second-quarter sales increased 9 percent, with truck deliveries up 12 percent and car sales up 3 percent.

“We had great results across the board in June, and our truck business was exceptionally strong,” said Mark LaNeve, GM vice president, North America Vehicle Sales, Service and Marketing. “We see this as an indication that America’s desire for trucks and SUVs is still a strong force in the marketplace. It’s really pretty simple – offer great vehicles that people want, match that with outstanding value, and you’ll get great results.”

LaNeve went on to say that the ?GM Employee Discount for Everyone’ exceeded expectations. “We were confident that our ?Employee Discount’ program would hit a responsive cord, but we were a little surprised by just how strong the results were, including bringing over one hundred and fifty thousand new customers into the GM family in June. This definitely moves us in the right direction as we gear up to introduce our 2006 models,” he added.

Chevrolet had its best sales since 1986, driven by record truck sales that were up 66 percent. Silverado led the industry in full-size pickup sales, up 102 percent with its best-ever sales. Colorado (up 82 percent) and Equinox (up 138 percent) also claimed all-time record deliveries. Chevrolet’s newest cars, Cobalt and Aveo, both beat their previous best-ever sales results. Cobalt deliveries were up 7 percent compared to May and Aveo sales improved 94.5 percent versus year-ago levels.

Cadillac continued its strong sales performance, also posting its best sales since 1986, with sales up 64 percent. June’s results were paced by record CTS sales, up 49 percent. STS continues to build sales momentum with its best sales results since launch. On the truck side, each vehicle in the Escalade portfolio posted sales gains. Escalade sales were up 30 percent, ESV increased 42 percent and EXT rose 55 percent.

Buick-Pontiac-GMC combined deliveries were up 35 percent compared to last year, led by best-ever GMC deliveries, up 85 percent versus year-ago levels. A number of all-time GMC records were achieved, including best-ever monthly deliveries for Canyon (up 178 percent), Sierra (up 127 percent) and Yukon (up 96 percent). Buick posted strong sales results in June, with deliveries up 31 percent. LaCrosse sales rose 51 percent, its best sales since launch, setting month-over-month sales increases for six of seven months since its launch. Buick truck deliveries were up in June, paced by strong Rainier (up 34 percent) and Rendezvous (up 73 percent) sales. Pontiac G6 had its best-ever sales in June as the first coupes began arriving in dealerships.

The all-new HUMMER H3, which as a 2006 model was not included in the ?GM Employee Discount for Everyone’ program, is off to a strong start with 3,841 units sold in June. HUMMER had its best sales month since the launch of the division mid-2002, with deliveries up 199 percent compared to year-ago levels. H2 deliveries established a new June record, with sales up 31 percent compared to year-ago levels.

Saturn also had a strong sales month (up 33 percent), led by record June deliveries for Vue, which were up 66 percent compared to year-ago levels. Relay also had its best sales-to-date, with deliveries that were 31 percent above May levels.

Saab had its best-ever sales results in its 49-year history in the U.S., with deliveries up 57 percent compared to last June. The 9-2X had its best sales-to-date, posting a 77 percent improvement over May sales. Production of the all-new 9-7X SUV continues to ramp up.

Certified Used Vehicles

June sales for all certified GM brands, including GM Certified Used Vehicles, Cadillac Certified Pre-Owned Vehicles, Used Cars from Saturn and Saab Certified Pre-Owned Vehicles, were 43,530 units, down 2 percent from last year. Total calendar year-to-date certified GM sales are 259,357 units, comparable to last year’s results for the same period.

GM Certified Used Vehicles, the industry’s top-selling manufacturer-certified used brand, posted sales of 35,855 units, down 4 percent from June 2004. Year-to-date sales for GM Certified Used Vehicles are 219,730 units, up 1 percent.

Cadillac Certified Pre-Owned Vehicles posted sales of 3,401 units, up 19 percent. Cadillac Certified year-to-date sales are up 15 percent over the same period in 2004. Used Cars from Saturn sold 3,320 units, down 6 percent. Saab Certified Pre-Owned Vehicles sold 954 units, up 21 percent.

“GM’s luxury certified brands performed strongly in June, with Cadillac Certified Pre-Owned sales up 19 percent and Saab Certified Pre-Owned up 21 percent,” LaNeve said. “GM Certified Used Vehicles, the top-selling certified brand, continues to lead all manufacturers in the category, with year-to-date sales ahead of last year’s segment-record performance.”

GM North America Reports June and 2005 Second-Quarter Production Results, 2005 Third-Quarter Production Forecast Remains Unchanged

GM North America in June produced 416,600 vehicles (143,600 cars and 273,000 trucks), compared to 482,000 vehicles (194,000 cars and 288,000 trucks) produced in June 2004. Production totals include joint venture production of 23,000 vehicles in June 2005 and 25,000 vehicles in June 2004.

GM North America built 1.247 million vehicles (458,000 cars and 789,000 trucks) in the second quarter of 2005. In the second quarter of 2004, GM North America built 1.389 million vehicles (543,000 cars and 846,000 trucks). The region’s 2005 third-quarter production forecast remains unchanged at 1.1 million vehicles (405,000 cars and 695,000 trucks). In the third quarter of 2004, the region produced 1.209 million vehicles (463,000 cars and 746,000 trucks).

GM also announced revised 2005 second-quarter and third-quarter production forecasts for its international regions:

GM Europe – GM Europe’s revised 2005 second-quarter production forecast is 501,000 vehicles, down 2,000 vehicles from last month’s guidance. In the second quarter of 2004, GM Europe built 503,000 vehicles. The region’s revised 2005 third-quarter production forecast is 407,000 vehicles, up 4,000 units from last month’s guidance. In the third quarter of 2004, GM Europe built 411,000 vehicles.

GM Asia Pacific – GM Asia Pacific’s revised 2005 second-quarter production estimate is 400,000 vehicles, up 4,000 vehicles from last month’s guidance. In the second quarter of 2004, GM Asia Pacific built 337,000 vehicles. The region’s revised 2005 third quarter production estimate is 432,000 vehicles, up 18,000 units from last month’s guidance. In the third quarter of 2004, GM Asia Pacific built 314,000 vehicles.

GM Latin America, Africa and the Middle East – The region’s revised 2005 second-quarter production estimate is 196,000 vehicles, up 1,000 vehicles from last month’s guidance. In the second quarter of 2004, the region built 172,000 vehicles. The region’s revised 2005 third-quarter production estimate is 204,000 vehicles, up 5,000 units from last month’s guidance. In the third quarter of 2004, the region built 185,000 vehicles.

General Motors Corp. , the world’s largest automaker, has been the global industry sales leader since 1931. Founded in 1908, GM today employs about 321,000 people around the world. It has manufacturing operations in 32 countries and its vehicles are sold in 200 countries. In 2004, GM sold nearly 9 million cars and trucks globally, up 4 percent and the second-highest total in the company’s history. GM’s global headquarters are at the GM Renaissance Center in Detroit. More information on GM can be found at www.gm.com.

Note: GM sales and production results are available on GM Media OnLine at http://media.gm.com by clicking on News, then Sales/Production. In this press release and related comments by General Motors management, our use of the words "expect," "anticipate," "estimate," "forecast," "objective," "plan," "goal" and similar expressions is intended to identify forward looking statements. While these statements represent our current judgment on what the future may hold, and we believe these judgments are reasonable, actual results may differ materially due to numerous important factors that are described in GM's most recent report on SEC Form 10-K (at page II-20) which may be revised or supplemented in subsequent reports on SEC Forms 10-Q and 8-K. Such factors include, among others, the following: changes in economic conditions, currency exchange rates or political stability; shortages of fuel, labor strikes or work stoppages; market acceptance of the corporation's new products; significant changes in the competitive environment; changes in laws, regulations and tax rates; and, the ability of the corporation to achieve reductions in cost and employment levels to realize production efficiencies and implement capital expenditures at levels and times planned by management.

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June Calendar Year-to-Date
January - June
Curr S/D:26 2005 2004 % Chg
per S/D
2005 2004 %Chg
Prev S/D:25
Vehicle Total 558,092 380,267 41.1 2,352,370 2,295,621 2.5
Car Total 175,491 161,709 4.3 919,111 945,538 -2.8
Truck Total 382,601 218,558 68.3 1,433,259 1,350,083 6.2
Light Truck Total 375,338 213,261 69.2 1,401,510 1,326,388 5.7
Light Vehicle Total 550,829 374,970 41.2 2,320,621 2,271,926 2.1
Buick 37,446 27,462 31.1 148,854 162,456 -8.4
Cadillac 29,444 17,289 63.8 121,600 105,992 14.7
Chevrolet 326,632 220,475 42.5 1,408,333 1,312,279 7.3
GMC 88,971 46,292 84.8 308,302 283,122 8.9
HUMMER 6,754 2,175 198.6 17,368 12,827 35.4
Oldsmobile 145 1,325 -89.5 1,432 23,767 -94.0
Other - Isuzu 1,803 1,510 14.8 7,414 6,819 8.7
Pontiac 36,665 42,670 -17.4 213,645 255,636 -16.4
Saab 6,614 4,045 57.2 20,968 19,430 7.9
Saturn 23,618 17,024 33.4 104,454 113,293 -7.8
Sales of Domestically Produced Vehicles
Car 158,693 152,587 0.0 856,354 901,166 -5.0
Light Truck 375,338 213,261 69.2 1,401,510 1,326,388 5.7
Twenty-Six selling days for the June period this year and twenty- five for last year.

* American Isuzu Motors, Inc., dealer sales of commercial vehicles distributed by General Motors Corporation as reported to General Motors by American Isuzu Motors, Inc

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GM Car Deliveries - (United States)
June 2005
June Calendar Year-to-Date
January - June
2005 2004 %Chg
per S/D
2005 2004 %Chg
Selling Days (S/D)
26
25
Century 628 9,157 -93.4 5,379 40,740 -86.8
LaCrosse 10,694 0 ***.* 45,114 0 ***.*
LeSabre 15,203 10,319 41.7 46,361 57,495 -19.4
Park Avenue 223 2,191 -90.2 1,916 10,590 -81.9
Regal 26 887 -97.2 508 10,242 -95.0
Buick Total 26,774 22,554 14.1 99,278 119,067 -16.6
CTS 7,340 4,743 48.8 33,108 29,233 13.3
DeVille 9,449 5,273 72.3 30,211 30,071 0.5
Eldorado 0 0 ***.* 0 7 ***.*
Seville 3 247 -98.8 125 2,249 -94.4
STS 3,719 0 ***.* 17,477 0 ***.*
XLR 478 321 43.2 2,367 1,910 23.9
Cadillac Total 20,989 10,584 90.7 83,288 63,470 31.2
Aveo 9,058 4,479 94.5 35,245 21,255 65.8
Camaro 0 0 ***.* 0 127 ***.*
Cavalier 492 19,163 -97.5 17,337 103,918 -83.3
Classic 7 8,705 ***.* 42,350 55,187 -23.3
Cobalt 27,444 0 ***.* 102,981 0 ***.*
Corvette 2,417 3,398 -31.6 16,634 18,388 -9.5
Impala 16,579 19,930 -20.0 123,760 139,460 -11.3
Malibu 17,745 15,593 9.4 100,863 66,154 52.5
Monte Carlo 2,931 3,890 -27.6 18,342 26,774 -31.5
Prizm 0 0 ***.* 0 5 ***.*
SSR 773 630 18.0 4,994 5,442 -8.2
Chevrolet Total 77,446 75,788 -1.7 462,506 436,710 5.9
Alero 125 668 -82.0 1,046 17,388 -94.0
Aurora 0 10 ***.* 18 164 -89.0
Intrigue 0 0 ***.* 0 55 ***.*
Oldsmobile Total 125 678 -82.3 1,064 17,607 -94.0
Bonneville 948 2,777 -67.2 7,232 15,647 -53.8
Firebird 0 0 ***.* 0 109 ***.*
G6 11,874 0 ***.* 53,441 0 ***.*
Grand Am 569 14,796 -96.3 29,800 83,935 -64.5
Grand Prix 9,524 9,612 -4.7 48,504 70,890 -31.6
GTO 1,442 598 131.9 6,907 3,687 87.3
Sunfire 1,686 3,638 -55.4 19,598 18,483 6.0
Vibe 7,322 6,130 14.9 33,320 31,489 5.8
Pontiac Total 33,365 37,551 -14.6 198,802 224,240 -11.3
9-2X 1,999 48 ***.* 4,225 49 ***.*
9-3 3,608 3,005 15.4 13,373 14,786 -9.6
9-5 691 992 -33.0 3,007 4,595 -34.6
Saab Total 6,298 4,045 49.7 20,605 19,430 6.0
ION 10,043 8,827 9.4 48,920 51,678 -5.3
Saturn L Series 451 1,682 -74.2 4,648 13,336 -65.1
Saturn S Series 0 0 ***.* 0 0 ***.*
Saturn Total
10,494 10,509 -4.0 53,568 65,014 -17.6
GM Total 175,491 161,709 4.3 919,111 945,538 -2.8
GM Car Deliveries by Production Source
GM North America * 158,693 152,587 0.0 856,354 901,166 -5.0
GM Import 16,798 9,122 77.1 62,757 44,372 41.4
GM Total 175,491 161,709 4.3 919,111 945,538 -2.8
GM Car Deliveries by Production Source and Marketing Division
Buick Total 26,774 22,554 14.1 99,278 119,067 -16.6
Cadillac Total 20,989 10,584 90.7 83,288 63,470 31.2
Chevrolet Total 68,388 71,309 -7.8 427,261 415,455 2.8
Oldsmobile Total 125 678 -82.3 1,064 17,607 -94.0
Pontiac Total 31,923 36,953 -16.9 191,895 220,553 -13.0
Saturn Total 10,494 10,509 -4.0 53,568 65,014 -17.6
GM North America Total* 158,693 152,587 0.0 856,354 901,166 -5.0
Chevrolet Total 9,058 4,479 94.5 35,245 21,255 65.8
Pontiac Total 1,442 598 131.9 6,907 3,687 87.3
Saab Total 6,298 4,045 49.7 20,605 19,430 6.0
GM Import Total 16,798 9,122 77.1 62,757 44,372 41.4
GM Vehicle Deliveries by Marketing Division
Buick Total 37,446 27,462 31.1 148,854 162,456 -8.4
Cadillac Total 29,444 17,289 63.8 121,600 105,992 14.7
Chevrolet Total 326,632 220,475 42.5 1,408,333 1,312,279 7.3
GMC Total 88,971 46,292 84.8 308,302 283,122 8.9
HUMMER Total 6,754 2,175 198.6 17,368 12,827 35.4
Oldsmobile Total 145 1,325 -89.5 1,432 23,767 -94.0
Other-Isuzu Total 1,803 1,510 14.8 7,414 6,819 8.7
Pontiac Total 36,665 42,670 -17.4 213,645 255,636 -16.4
Saab Total 6,614 4,045 57.2 20,968 19,430 7.9
Saturn Total 23,618 17,024 33.4 104,454 113,293 -7.8
GM Total 558,092 380,267 41.1 2,352,370 2,295,621 2.5

* Includes US/Canada/Mexico

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GM Truck Deliveries - (United States)
June 2005
June Calendar Year-to-Date
January - June
2005 2004 % Chg
per S/D
2005 2004 %Chg
Selling Days (S/D)
26
25
Rainier 1,955 1,399 34.4 7,550 10,004 -24.5
Rendezvous 6,303 3,509 72.7 33,417 33,385 0.1
Terraza 2,414 0 ***.* 8,609 0 ***.*
Total Buick 10,672 4,908 109.1 49,576 43,389 14.3
Escalade 3,643 2,698 29.8 15,064 16,560 -9.0
Escalade ESV 1,839 1,246 41.9 7,185 6,860 4.7
Escalade EXT 1,082 670 55.3 4,416 4,910 -10.1
SRX 1,891 2,091 -13.0 11,647 14,192 -17.9
Total Cadillac 8,455 6,705 21.2 38,312 42,522 -9.9
Astro 1,436 4,104 -66.4 14,551 19,495 -25.4
C/K Suburban(Chevy) 12,482 8,414 42.6 44,781 55,536 -19.4
Chevy C/T Series 22 22 -3.8 126 220 -42.7
Chevy W Series 293 277 1.7 1,426 1,156 23.4
Colorado 19,240 10,166 82.0 75,387 50,251 50.0
Equinox 17,217 6,964 137.7 70,985 23,460 202.6
Express Cutaway/G Cut 1,816 1,615 8.1 9,347 9,016 3.7
Express Panel/G Van 9,292 5,895 51.6 44,216 36,979 19.6
Express/G Sportvan 2,151 1,745 18.5 12,802 9,672 32.4
Kodiak 4/5 Series 880 797 6.2 5,350 3,977 34.5
Kodiak 6/7/8 Series 416 447 -10.5 2,154 2,008 7.3
S/T Blazer 534 3,184 -83.9 4,032 25,155 -84.0
S/T Pickup 1 715 -99.9 140 8,100 -98.3
Tahoe 25,062 13,810 74.5 81,472 89,089 -8.5
Tracker 15 1,300 -98.9 443 10,309 -95.7
TrailBlazer 30,532 19,339 51.8 118,379 122,832 -3.6
Uplander 7,760 0 ***.* 36,196 0 ***.*
Venture 816 7,254 -89.2 5,529 43,298 -87.2
Avalanche 9,862 6,652 42.6 34,283 42,109 -18.6
Silverado-C/K Pickup 109,359 51,987 102.3 384,228 322,907 19.0
Chevrolet Fullsize Pickups 119,221 58,639 95.5 418,511 365,016 14.7
Chevrolet Total
249,186 144,687 65.6 945,827 875,569 8.0
Canyon 5,416 1,875 177.7 20,246 10,855 86.5
Envoy 16,531 8,295 91.6 57,246 61,960 -7.6
GMC C/T Series 20 17 13.1 112 299 -62.5
GMC W Series 859 671 23.1 2,869 2,585 11.0
Safari (GMC) 330 1,663 -80.9 2,635 4,780 -44.9
Savana Panel/G Classic 2,093 1,597 26.0 11,483 10,256 12.0
Savana Special/G Cut 701 2,919 -76.9 8,738 12,329 -29.1
Savana/Rally 271 229 13.8 1,277 1,265 0.9
Sierra 38,971 16,499 127.1 126,181 98,370 28.3
Sonoma 2 286 -99.3 63 2,631 -97.6
Topkick 4/5 Series 2,080 507 294.5 7,714 3,198 141.2
Topkick 6/7/8 Series 890 1,049 -18.4 4,584 3,433 33.5
Yukon 12,590 6,166 96.3 38,415 42,107 -8.8
Yukon XL 8,217 4,519 74.8 26,739 29,054 -8.0
GMC Total
88,971 46,292 84.8 308,302 283,122 8.9
HUMMER H1 46 64 -30.9 199 279 -28.7
HUMMER H2 2,867 2,111 30.6 12,369 12,548 -1.4
HUMMER H3 3,841 0 ***.* 4,800 0 ***.*
HUMMER Total 6,754 2,175 198.6 17,368 12,827 35.4
Bravada 15 142 -89.8 247 1,337 -81.5
Silhouette 5 505 -99.0 121 4,823 -97.5
Oldsmobile Total 20 647 -97.0 368 6,160 -94.0
Other-Isuzu F Series 129 116 6.9 600 607 -1.2
Other-Isuzu N Series 1,674 1,394 15.5 6,814 6,212 9.7
Other-Isuzu Total 1,803 1,510 14.8 7,414 6,819 8.7
Aztek 588 1,580 -64.2 3,527 12,304 -71.3
Montana 456 3,539 -87.6 2,534 19,092 -86.7
Montana SV6 2,256 0 ***.* 8,782 0 ***.*
Pontiac Total 3,300 5,119 -38.0 14,843 31,396 -52.7
9-7X 316 0 ***.* 363 0 ***.*
Saab Total 316 0 ***.* 363 0 ***.*
Relay 1,886 0 ***.* 8,567 0 ***.*
VUE 11,238 6,515 65.9 42,319 48,279 -12.3
Saturn Total 13,124 6,515 93.7 50,886 48,279 5.4
GM Total 382,601 218,558 68.3 1,433,259 1,350,083 6.2
GM TRUCK Deliveries by Production Source
GM North America * 380,170 216,512 68.8 1,423,793 1,341,595 6.1
GM Import 2,431 2,046 14.2 9,466 8,488 11.5
GM Total 382,601 218,558 68.3 1,433,259 1,350,083 6.2
GM Light Duty Truck Deliveries by Production Source
GM North America * 375,338 213,261 69.2 1,401,510 1,326,388 5.7
GM Import 0 0 ***.* 0 0 ***.*
GM Total 375,338 213,261 69.2 1,401,510 1,326,388 5.7
GM TRUCK Deliveries by Production Source and Marketing Division
Buick Total 10,672 4,908 109.1 49,576 43,389 14.3
Cadillac Total 8,455 6,705 21.2 38,312 42,522 -9.9
Chevrolet Total 248,981 144,513 65.7 944,799 874,849 8.0
GMC Total 88,189 45,707 85.5 305,907 280,995 8.9
HUMMER Total 6,754 2,175 198.6 17,368 12,827 35.4
Oldsmobile Total 20 647 -97.0 368 6,160 -94.0
Other-Isuzu Total 359 223 54.8 1,371 1,178 16.4
Pontiac Total 3,300 5,119 -38.0 14,843 31,396 -52.7
Saab Total 316 0 ***.* 363 0 ***.*
Saturn Total 13,124 6,515 93.7 50,886 48,279 5.4
GM North America Total* 380,170 216,512 68.8 1,423,793 1,341,595 6.1
Chevrolet Total 205 174 13.3 1,028 720 42.8
GMC Total 782 585 28.5 2,395 2,127 12.6
Other-Isuzu Total 1,444 1,287 7.9 6,043 5,641 7.1
GM Import Total 2,431 2,046 14.2 9,466 8,488 11.5
GM Light Truck Deliveries by Production Source and Marketing Division
Buick Total 10,672 4,908 109.1 49,576 43,389 14.3
Cadillac Total 8,455 6,705 21.2 38,312 42,522 -9.9
Chevrolet Total 247,575 143,144 66.3 936,771 868,208 7.9
GMC Total 85,122 44,048 85.8 293,023 273,607 7.1
HUMMER Total 6,754 2,175 198.6 17,368 12,827 35.4
Oldsmobile Total 20 647 -97.0 368 6,160 -94.0
Pontiac Total 3,300 5,119 -38.0 14,843 31,396 -52.7
Saab Total 316 0 ***.* 363 0 ***.*
Saturn Total 13,124 6,515 93.7 50,886 48,279 5.4
GM North America Total* 375,338 213,261 69.2 1,401,510 1,326,388 5.7
GM Light Truck Deliveries by Marketing Division
Buick Total 10,672 4,908 109.1 49,576 43,389 14.3
Cadillac Total 8,455 6,705 21.2 38,312 42,522 -9.9
Chevrolet Total 247,575 143,144 66.3 936,771 868,208 7.9
GMC Total 85,122 44,048 85.8 293,023 273,607 7.1
HUMMER Total 6,754 2,175 198.6 17,368 12,827 35.4
Oldsmobile Total 20 647 -97.0 368 6,160 -94.0
Pontiac Total 3,300 5,119 -38.0 14,843 31,396 -52.7
Saab Total 316 0 ***.* 363 0 ***.*
Saturn Total 13,124 6,515 93.7 50,886 48,279 5.4
GM Total 375,338 213,261 69.2 1,401,510 1,326,388 5.7

* Includes US/Canada/Mexico