03 July 2016

USA Sales - Brand / Jan-Jun 2016


Total sales are very similar to 2015, up 2.4% in June and 1.4% YTD. There is talk that this is as good as it gets and the plateau will gradually become a decrease by 2017.

Ford is the strongest selling nameplate, and has been consecutively since 2010. It even manged to widen the gap with the closest brands for the first six months of 2016. Nissan has been steadily improving and has passed Honda into 4th.

Many of the premium brands have lost some market share from their 2016 total. Are Bentley buyers waiting for delivery of their Bentayga? Tesla and Jaguar are two noticeable exceptions in the premium arena, with Jaguar up an impressive 125% in June.

15 16 Brand 2016 % +/-

1 1 Ford 1,291,873 14.9% 4%
+20% or
3 2 Toyota 1,008,516 11.7% -3%
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2 3 Chevrolet 1,006,890 11.6% -4%

5 4 Nissan 733,136 8.5% 10%
+1 to +19%
4 5 Honda 713,361 8.3% 2%

6 6 Jeep 468,131 5.4% 9%
-9 to 0%
7 7 Hyundai 374,060 4.3% -1%

8 8 Kia 328,327 3.8% 6%
-10% or
9 9 Subaru 279,458 3.2% -3%
less
11 10 Dodge 271,740 3.1% 6%

12 11 Ram 256,972 3.0% 5%

10 12 GMC 254,587 2.9% -8%

13 13 Mercedes 178,539 2.1% -3%

15 14 BMW 153,436 1.8% -10%

16 15 Lexus 151,564 1.8% -11%

14 16 VW 149,014 1.7% -14%

18 17 Mazda 145,354 1.7% -8%

17 18 Chrysler 137,372 1.6% -15%

19 19 Buick 104,207 1.2% -6%

20 20 Audi 96,934 1.1% -3%

21 21 Acura 78,994 0.9% -10%

22 22 Cadillac 73,231 0.8% -16%

23 23 Infiniti 64,978 0.8% -2%

24 24 Lincoln 53,297 0.6% 6%

25 25 Mitsubishi 51,934 0.6% 10%

29 26 Scion 37,720 0.4% 36%

26 27 Land Rover 36,648 0.4% 5%

27 28 Volvo 36,520 0.4% 5%

30 29 Porsche 26,708 0.3% 4%

28 30 MINI 25,144 0.3% -13%

31 31 Fiat 17,735 0.2% -15%

32 32 Tesla (est) 16,500 0.2% 41%

33 33 Jaguar 10,991 0.1% 54%

34 34 Maserati 5,199 0.1% -10%

35 35 smart 2,593 0.0% -30%

37 36 Ferrari 1,172 0.0% 5%

36 37 Bentley 628 0.0% -53%

38 38 Lamborghini 559 0.0% 12%

40 39 Rolls Royce 453 0.0% 9%

41 40 Alfa Romeo 309 0.0% -6%



Others 0




Total 8,644,787 1.4%

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