The Chevrolet Camaro is doing something truly historic here folks and for the most part it's flying under the radar. For the sixth straight month the Camaro has outsold the Ford Mustang, this time by a dominating margin. I know the Camaro is all-new and the backlog of orders is still there but the Mustang and Challenger have put up no fight whatsoever. The redesign of the 2010 Mustang
has done nothing for sales this year and the Challenger was never even in the same league so the question begs itself, when will the dominance end. I will have to admit I see no end in sight at least until the newness of the Camaro wears off and that may take awhile. To see the complete sales numbers plus what the competition did check below.
Sales of the 2010 Chevrolet Camaro for November of 2009 were 6,687 compared to 8,082 from the previous month showing a 17% decrease in month-to-month sales. Year to date Camaro sales are 54,100. The drop in month-to-month sales raises an eyebrow but it's expected as the backlog of orders starts to thin out. It would not surprise me to see even lower sales next month and thereafter given the coming months are typically the slow time of year for the auto industry.
A look at the competition reveals the Ford Mustang sold 3,627 and the Dodge Challenger sold 2,040 for November.
If you are looking for previous Camaro sales figures check out October 2009, September 2009, August 2009, July 2009, June 2009, and May 2009 sales.