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With GM closing a number of plants and killing off some of its vehicles as it restructures, we got curious about the sales figures for various models across its brands. We went to sales tracking site GoodCarBadCar and compiled GM vehicle sales figures in the U.S. for Q1-Q3 2018 (GM reports its sales quarterly, so we don’t have year-to-date figures). Take a look through the gallery. We’ve ranked them by sales, and noted the models GM is discontinuing.

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Chevrolet Silverado

1. Chevrolet Silverado: 424,403; up 1.39% from 2017.  This slots just below the Ford F-Series (the #1 vehicle), and just above the Ram pickup in overall sales for the period.

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Chevrolet Equinox

2. Chevrolet Equinox: 234,381; up 10.18% from 2017. This slots just below the Toyota Corolla, and just above the Honda Accord.

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GMC Sierra

3. GMC Sierra: 152,241; down 1.54% from 2017. This slots just below the Nissan Sentra, and just above the Hyundai Elantra.

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Chevrolet Cruze

4. Chevrolet Cruze (to be discontinued): 109,662; down 26.52% from 2017. This slots just below the Subaru Crosstrek, and just above the Chevrolet Malibu.

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Chevrolet Malibu

5. Chevrolet Malibu: 107,458; down 23.88% from 2017. This slots just below the Chevrolet Cruze, and just above the Chevrolet Traverse.

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Chevrolet Traverse

6. Chevrolet Traverse: 106,728; up 20.10% from 2017. This slots just below the Chevrolet Malibu, and just above the Ford Transit.

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Chevrolet Colorado

7. Chevrolet Colorado: 104,838; up 26.26% from 2017. This slots just below the Ford Transit, and just above the Hyundai Tucson.

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GMC Terrain

8. GMC Terrain: 82,717; up 24.77% from 2017. This slots just below the Kia Sorento, and just above the Hyundai Sonata.

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Chevrolet Tahoe

9. Chevrolet Tahoe: 79,473; up 15.00% from 2017. This slots just below the Lexus RX, and just above the Honda Odyssey.

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Buick Encore

10. Buick Encore: 69,746; up 7.69% from 2017. This slots just below the Honda HR-V, and just above the Toyota Prius.

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Chevrolet Trax

11. Chevrolet Trax: 67,539; up 12.42% from 2017. This slots just below the Toyota Prius, and just above the Toyota Sienna.

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GMC Acadia

12: GMC Acadia: 63,494; down 23.30% from 2017. This slots just below the Toyota Sienna, and just above the Nissan Murano.

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GMC Yukon

13: GMC Yukon: 49,312; up 54.45% from 2017. This slots just below the Dodge Durango, and just above the Cadillac XT5.

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Cadillac XT5

14: Cadillac XT5: 46,984; down 5.73% from 2017. This slots just below the GMC Yukon, and just above the Acura RDX.

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Chevrolet Express

15: Chevrolet Express: 44,420; down 17.48% from 2017. This slots just below the Acura RDX, and just above the Chevrolet Impala.

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Chevrolet Impala

16: Chevrolet Impala (to be discontinued): 43,953; down 13.38% from 2017. This slots just below the Chevrolet Express, and just above the Lexus NX.

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Chevrolet Suburban

17: Chevrolet Suburban: 40,514; up 3.99% from 2017. This slots just below the Ford Expedition, and just above the Chevrolet Camaro.

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Chevrolet Camaro

18: Chevrolet Camaro: 39,828; down 25.87% from 2017. This slots just below the Chevrolet Suburban, and just above the Ford Ecosport.

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Buick Enclave

19: Buick Enclave: 35,228; up 12.15% from 2017. This slots just below the Ford Fiesta, and just above the BMW 3 Series.

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Cadillac Escalade

20: Cadillac Escalade: 26,460; up 67.30% from 2017. This slots just below the Toyota Avalon, and just above the Audi A4.

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GMC Canyon

21: GMC Canyon: 25,274; up 8.62% from 2017. This slots just below the Nissan Armada, and just above the Mazda6.

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Buick Envision

22: Buick Envision: 22,619; down 25.74% from 2017. This slots just below the Honda Ridgeline, and just above the Tesla Model S.

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Chevrolet Sonic

23: Chevrolet Sonic: 17,847, down 25.78% from 2017. This slots just below the Tesla Model X, and just above the Porsche Macan.

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Chevrolet Spark

24. Chevrolet Spark: 16,994; up 22.46% from 2017. This slots just below the Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class, and just above the GMC Savana.

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GMC Savanah

25. GMC Savanah: 16,780; down 30.57% from 2017. This slots just below the Chevrolet Spark, and just above the Subaru Ascent.

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Chevrolet Corvette

26: Chevrolet Corvette: 14,880; down 21.23% from 2017. This slots just below the Lincoln MKZ, and just above the Kia Sedona.

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Buick LaCrosse

27: Buick LaCrosse (to be discontinued): 13,409; down 14.23% from 2017. This slots just below the Land Rover Range Rover, and just above the Infiniti QX80.

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Chevrolet Volt

28: Chevrolet Volt (to be discontinued): 13,242; down 13.72% from 2017. This slots just below the Honda Clarity Fuel Cell, and just above the Lincoln Navigator.

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Cadillac XTS

29: Cadillac XTS (to be discontinued): 12,665; up 15.95% from 2017. This slots just below the Land Rover Range Rover Velar, and just above the Nissan NV.

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Chevrolet Bolt

30: Chevrolet Bolt: 11,807; down 17.45% from 2017. This slots just below the Volkswagen Beetle, and just above the Hyundai Ioniq.

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Buick Regal

31: Buick Regal: 11,007; up 22.44% from 2017. This slots just below the Hyundai Ioniq, and just above the BMW X2.

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Cadillac ATS

32: Cadillac ATS (discontinuation previously announced): 10,028; down 2.14% from 2017. This slots just below the Nissan Kicks, and just above the Ram ProMaster City.

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Cadillac CTS

33: Cadillac CTS (discontinuation previously announced): 8,777; up 8.30% from 2017. This slots just below the Alfa Romeo Giulia, and just above the Jaguar F-Pace.

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Cadillac CT6

34: Cadillac CT6 (to be discontinued): 7,270; down 10.56% from 2017. This slots just below the Mazda MX-5 Miata, and just above the BMW 2 Series.

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Buick Cascada

35: Buick Cascada: 3,393; down 25.02% from 2017. This slots just below the Infiniti Q70, and just above the Jaguar XE.

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Cadillac XT4

36: Cadillac XT4: 212; first year on sale. This slots just below the Kia K900, and just above the Alfa Romeo 4C.

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