Special Report

Car Brands With Plummeting Sales

Source: Courtesy of GMC

25. GMC
> YoY sales change: +2.9%
> Sales, first half of 2019: 277,280
> Sales, first half of 2018: 269,509
> 2019 ACSI customer satisfaction score: 78 out of 100
> Parent company: General Motors

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24. BMW
> YoY sales change: +2.0%
> Sales, first half of 2019: 156,439
> Sales, first half of 2018: 153,386
> 2019 ACSI customer satisfaction score: 82 out of 100
> Parent company: BMW Group

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23. Hyundai
> YoY sales change: +1.7%
> Sales, first half of 2019: 333,328
> Sales, first half of 2018: 327,785
> 2019 ACSI customer satisfaction score: 79 out of 100
> Parent company: Hyundai Motor Group

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22. Acura
> YoY sales change: +1.5%
> Sales, first half of 2019: 73,767
> Sales, first half of 2018: 72,653
> 2019 ACSI customer satisfaction score: 78 out of 100
> Parent company: Honda Motor Company

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21. Lincoln
> YoY sales change: +1.1%
> Sales, first half of 2019: 50,815
> Sales, first half of 2018: 50,269
> 2019 ACSI customer satisfaction score: 82 out of 100
> Parent company: Ford Motor Co.

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