23 January 2014

US Car Sales By Model : 2013

The USA is indeed in love with Asian brands. Many of them are made within NAFTA, but you cannot avoid the fact that they are very popular. Japanese models are as numerous in the Top 50 listed here as all US branded models. Europe barely gets a look in.

Dang, 2nd again. There is nothing subtle about the Silverado grille

US models at the top did well - especially the trucks - which feature in the pictures. The Ford F-Series even managed to extend its lead, despite the efforts of the GM Silverado. Another big truck, the Dodge Ram had a 21% increase.




2013 2012 +/-


1 Ford F-Series 763,402 645,316 18%
Asia

2 Chev Silverado 480,414 418,312 15%
26 Models

3 Toyota Camry 408,484 404,886 1%


4 Honda Accord 366,678 331,872 10%
USA

5 Dodge Ram  355,673 293,363 21%
21 Models

6 Honda Civic 336,180 317,909 6%


7 Nissan Altima 320,723 302,934 6%
Europe

8 Honda CR-V 303,904 281,652 8%
3 Models

9 Toyota Corol/Matrx 302,180 290,947 4%


10 Ford Escape 295,993 261,008 13%


11 Ford Fusion 295,280 241,263 22%
Breakdown

12 Chevrolet Cruze 248,224 237,758 4%


13 Hyundai Elantra 247,912 202,034 23%
USA

14 Chevrolet Equinox 238,192 218,621 9%


15 Ford Focus 234,570 245,922 -5%
GM

16 Toyota RAV4 218,249 171,877 27%
8 Models

17 Hyundai Sonata 203,648 230,605 -12%


18 Chevrolet Malibu 200,594 210,951 -5%
Chrysler

19 Ford Explorer 192,397 164,207 17%
7 Models

20 GMC Sierra 184,389 157,185 17%


21 Jeep Gr Cherokee 174,275 154,734 13%
Ford

22 Volkswagen Jetta 163,793 170,424 -4%
6 Models

23 Nissan Rogue 162,751 142,349 14%


24 Toyota Tacoma 159,485 141,365 13%
Asia

25 Toyota Prius  157,260 160,257 -2%


26 Chevrolet Impala 156,797 169,351 -7%
Japan

27 Kia Optima 155,893 152,399 2%
21 Models

28 Jeep Wrangler 155,502 141,669 10%


29 Nissan Sentra 129,143 106,395 21%
Korea

30 Ford Edge 129,109 127,969 1%
5 Models

31 Honda Odyssey 128,987 125,980 2%


32 Toyota Highlander 127,572 121,055 5%


33 Honda Pilot 126,678 114,848 10%


34 Dodge Gr Caravan 124,019 141,468 -12%


35 Subaru Forester 123,592 76,347 62%


36 Chrysler 200 122,480 125,476 -2%


37 Chrysler Town & C 122,288 111,744 9%


38 Toyota Sienna 121,117 114,725 6%


39 BMW 3 / 4 Series 119,521 99,602 20%


40 Kia Soul 118,079 115,778 2%


41 Subaru Outback 118,049 117,553 0%


42 Nissan Versa 117,352 113,327 4%


43 Toyota Tundra 112,732 101,621 11%


44 VW Passat 109,652 117,023 -6%


45 Kia Sorento 105,649 119,597 -12%


46 Mazda 3 104,713 123,361 -15%


47 Lexus RX 103,920 95,381 9%


48 GMC Terrain 99,525 97,786 2%


49 Dodge Charger 98,336 82,592 19%


50 Chev Traverse 96,467 85,606 13%


Data source: Thanks to Good Car Bad Car.

The bigger the better in the Mid-West. The Dodge Ram

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