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Chrysler has released Dodge Challenger sales figures for the month of November and as the momentum was building over the past three months it comes to a screeching halt with some lackluster sales numbers. Is there an explanation for the low sales numbers or is this what we should come to expect from the Challenger. If these types of low four-digit sales numbers continue how can Chrysler continue to produce this vehicle. Chrysler may have to step up their incentive offers and financing terms to lure more buyers to the Challenger. Below is a breakdown of the sales figures for the month of November.
Sales of the Dodge Challenger for November of 2009 were 2,040 compared to 3,364 from November of 2008 showing a 39% decrease in sales from the previous year. Year to date Challenger sales are 23,316 compared to 14,821 for 2008, which is a 57% gain.
Month to Month sales dipped a little as October 2009 Challenger sales were 2,398 compared to November 2009 sales of 2,040 which is a 15% decrease from the previous month.
Checking out the competition, Camaro sales were 6,687 while the Ford Mustang sold 3,627 in November.
For previous months of Challenger sales check out October 2009, September 2009, August 2009, July 2009, June 2009, May 2009, April 2009 and February 2008 - February 2009.