Porsche announces November sales
(autoinsidernews) - Porsche Cars North America announced its U.S. auto sales for November dropped by 2.0 percent as strong sales of the 911 and Boxster/Cayman lines couldn't offset slow sales of its Cayenne SUV. The sports car maker remains well ahead of 2005's record total, with year-to-date Porsche sales are up 8 percent, and The German automaker said November sales slipped 2.4 percent to 2,611 vehicles from 2,675 vehicles during the same period last year, reports Trend.
911 sales rose 11.6 percent to 1,061 vehicles, while sales of Boxster/Cayman line nearly doubled to 786 vehicles from 419 vehicles a year ago. Sales of Porsche's Cayenne SUV fell 40.2 percent to 762 units from 1,275 units a year ago.