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Given the diverse well informed group on Planet 9, I was wondering if anyone knew the 2010 Cayman S sales or production numbers through January of this year? I have had conversations about this with several people and they believe that 2010 Cayman S numbers will drop by 40% when compared with 2009. :thanks:
 

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Given the diverse well informed group on Planet 9, I was wondering if anyone knew the 2010 Cayman S sales or production numbers through January of this year? I have had conversations about this with several people and they believe that 2010 Cayman S numbers will drop by 40% when compared with 2009. :thanks:
The February 2010 Porsche Panorama usually gives sales updates. On page 52 they give November 2009 vs Nov 2008 comparisons as well as Year to Date in November, 2009 vs 2008. For November 2009 and (Year to Date - November), by model they are: Boxster 96 (1778), Cayman 137 (1758), 911 395 (6295) and Panamera 366 (no 2008 YTD of course). Overall sales off 22% 2009 vs 2008. Ed
 

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"Stuttgart. Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG, Stuttgart, made some ground in January 2010 in the USA. With 1,786 vehicles sold, deliveries to customers in North America were 8 percent above last year's figures. Particularly good news from the company's perspective is the warm welcome that the new Panamera, which was launched on the US market in October 2009, has received from US customers. This January,
534 Gran Turismo models were delivered to customers in the USA.

Sales of the 911 model also made progress with 503 units sold. This corresponds to an increase of 13 percent compared to January 2009. However, 159 units from the Boxster family, to which the Cayman belongs, were sold to customers; this is 40 percent less than in the same reporting period last year. A total of 590 units of the sporty all-terrain vehicle Cayenne were also sold. Compared to the same month last year, this represents a life-cycle related decline by 38 percent.

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Given the diverse well informed group on Planet 9, I was wondering if anyone knew the 2010 Cayman S sales or production numbers through January of this year? I have had conversations about this with several people and they believe that 2010 Cayman S numbers will drop by 40% when compared with 2009. :thanks:
I have running totals in the Porsche Sales and Leasing forum as a sticky topic, but I don't know that I've put the last month or two of sales up so I need to do that, stay tuned!
 
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