During the month, the Challenger accounted for 4,263 sales — up 2.55 percent compared to November 2014, while the Mustang accounted for 7,286 sales and the Camaro accounted for 5,303 sales. As such, the Challenger sold 3,023 units fewer than the Mustang and 1,040 units fewer than the Camaro.
But year-to-date sales paint a very different picture: for the first 11 months of the year, Challenger sales are up 32 percent to 61,621 units, while Camaro sales are down 9 percent to 72,126 and Mustang sales are up 55 percent to 113,607 units, showing that the Challenger is closing the sales gap on the Camaro.
Sales Numbers - Challenger vs. Mustang vs. Camaro - November 2015 - United States
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About The Figures
- Sales results obtained from official sales releases from each respective automaker
- Sales figures represent November 2015 time period sales results for the United States market