The Chevrolet Camaro continued to sink further down, by nearly 2,700 units. The silver lining is that Q4 sales grew three percent, as there was a combination of the refreshed 2020 Camaro hitting dealerships, as well as some attractive offers to lure loyalists away from the Ford Mustang.
Speaking of which, we still await the final sales of the Ford Mustang. But considering it sold 55,365 units through Q3 2019, the iconic pony car is likely to finish the decade in the top sales spot.
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