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GM Delivered 8.39 Million Vehicles in 2010

January 27, 2011

General Motors announced that it delivered 8.39 million vehicles globally in 2010, a 12.2 percent increase from 2009 deliveries of 7.48 million.

The company also reached double-digit increases in five of its top 10 markets, including a 28.8 percent increase in China, and an increase of 41.3 percent in Uzbekistan, which is now GM's 10th-largest market.

Deliveries in the United States, GM's No. 2 market, rose 6.3 percent while Brazil, GM's third-largest market, saw a 10.4 percent rise in deliveries.

Following is data for GM's leading markets and brands:

Top Ten Markets:

 

Country

2010 Deliveries

2009 Deliveries

% Change

2009 Rank

1.

China

2,351,610

1,826,475

28.8

2

2.

United States

2,215,227

2,084,492

6.3

1

3.

Brazil

657,825

595,625

10.4

3

4.

United Kingdom

290,250

287,278

1.0

5

5.

Germany

269,061

381,687

(29.5)

4

6.

Canada

247,104

254,257

(2.8)

6

7.

Italy

169,955

188,689

(9.9)

7

8.

Russia

159,199

141,695

12.4

8

9.

Mexico

155,590

138,482

12.4

9

10.

Uzbekistan

145,151

102,746

41.3

13

 

Top Brands:

 

Brand

2010 Deliveries

2009 Deliveries

% Change

2009 Rank

1.

Chevrolet

4,271,189

3,517,412

21.4

1

2.

Opel/Vauxhall

1,206,620

1,236,221

(2.4)

2

3.

Wuling

1,149,060

1,001,213

14.8

3

4.

Buick

718,848

558,533

28.7

4

5.

GMC

446,547

353,258

26.4

5

6.

Cadillac

180,724

128,838

40.3

7

7.

Holden

140,771

126,089

11.6

8

8.

Daewoo

129,829

121,345

7.0

9

9.

Jiefang

88,224

34,860

153.1

12

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