North American customers want SUVs, crossovers, sedans and trucks. The sedans have fallen out of favor.
Sales January – September: 13,409 down 14.2%
The LaCrosse is a big car built by a pioneering brand in small crossovers. Buick is still moving strongly towards crossbreeding: both Encore and Enclave crossings are up this year. But Buick is struggling to recover a few years ago.
January-September sales: 7,270, down 10.6%
The group's only surprise, the CT6 is an unusual choice for GM because it serves as a technological halo for Cadillac. It's still the only car to own GM's Super Cruise semi-autonomous driving technology. But it's also the least popular Cadillac.
January-September sales: 12,664%, up 15.9%
Most XTS cars are sold to limousine and taxi companies. GM has recently updated the XTS design to satisfy its customers, helping to increase sales. It's the only car that GM kills that has had better results in the first nine months of 2018 compared to the first nine months of 2017.
January – September sales: 109,662, down 26.5%
The best-selling Chevrolet sedan, the Cruze is highly appreciated by car review enthusiasts and enthusiasts. Last year, the Cruze was the first choice "Consumer Reports" for compact cars. The Toyota Corolla and a handful of other small cars have won this year, and sales have disappointed.
Sales January – September: 43,952%, down 13.4%
The recently redesigned Chevy Impala was the first Consumer Reports choice for big cars in 2018. But it's a big car on a market that seems to have forgotten that big cars exist. The Impala is one of the least sold Chevrolet vehicles.
Sales January – September: 13,243, down 13.7%
The Volt is a rechargeable electric hybrid sedan lost in the hustle and bustle of all-electric cars. Chevrolet has been promoting the Bolt electric sedan, although sales have also dropped.