American luxury car shoppers are driving right?past Chevrolet/Buick/GMC/Cadillac dealerships it appears, according to 247WallSt.com.
The website collected a list of best- and worst-selling vehicles based on time spent on dealer plenty, and all Cadillac’s cars – save the CT6 – are in the top 15 worst retailers based on?that metric.
At the very top of the list is the Honda Understanding, a hybrid that Honda discontinued (for that second time) within mid-2014. The Insight now boasts?a?231.7 “days to turn” average.
Immediately behind the Understanding is another electrified vehicle, the Cadillac ELR Coupe, with a?208.6 days to show average. Part of the ELR’s long time spent on dealer lots is the company’utes decision to abandon the 2015 model year for the vehicle.
Another discontinued vehicle, the Avoid Avenger, places third from?194.4 days, followed by the Cadillac ATS (153.Three days) and Fiat 500L (145.Zero days) to round out the top five.
Cadillac’s other sedan, the actual CTS (141.3 days), places eighth behind the actual canceled Honda Crosstour (6th, 145.0 days) and Chevrolet Sonic (seventh, 142.0 times).
On the opposite end of the spectrum are happy Subaru shops. The Outback is the quickest vehicle on?as well as off?dealer?plenty?with a?16.0 days to turn average, easily putting this at the top of the best-performers checklist. The Honda HR-V (Seventeen.7 days), Toyota Highlander (18.2 days), Mercedes-AMG GT (18.7 days), and BMW i8 (Nineteen.3 days) round out the top five.