Porsche Cars North America sales fall on decline in 911s

Associated Press

ATLANTA — Porsche Cars North America Inc. said Monday its U.S. sales fell in February, led by a steep slip in 911 model sales.

Porsche said it sold 1,715 vehicles in February, a 12.8 percent decline from 1,967 a year earlier.

Adjusted to account for an additional selling day in February 2008, sales fell 16.3 percent.

Total sales of all 911 models fell to 602 vehicles, from 1,086 in the same month last year.


Cayenne model sales rose to 755 from 360 in February 2006.

For the first two months of 2008, total U.S. sales fell 12.9 percent. Adjusted for one additional selling day this year, sales fell 14.7 percent.

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