23 September 2017

US Light Truck Production - Brand : 2015-16


This is what Americans like, vehicles that includes SUVs, crossovers and pick-up trucks. Over 8 million were made in the USA in 2016. Numbers were up 3% while cars were down 1%.

Ford has been the largest of the manufacturers since 2009. GM is usually second with Chrysler sometimes taking that spot off them. Asian brands are also part of the scene but someway short of US brands.

Light Trucks
15 16 Brand 2016 % +/-
2015 % +/-
1 1 Ford Tot 2,035,000 25.1 5% 1,942,200 25.1 7%


Ford 1,981,500 24.5 5% 1,889,750 24.4 7%


Lincoln 53,500 0.7 2% 52,450 0.7 15%
3 2 GM 1,555,900 19.2 12% 1,393,000 18.0 13%


Chevrolet 925,000 11.4 7% 8,663,300 11.2 11%


GMC 466,400 5.8 12% 417,400 5.4 15%


Cadillac 100,350 1.2 114% 46,800 0.6 63%


Buick 64,150 0.8 3% 62,500 0.8 -6%
2 3 Chrysler Tot 1,412,000 17.4 -10% 1,567,000 20.3 8%


Jeep 999,150 12.3 -13% 1,144,000 14.8 7%


Ram 332,850 4.1 -3% 343,500 4.4 9%


Dodge 80,000 1.0 1% 79,500 1.0 7%
4 4 Toyota Tot 663,500 8.2 9% 608,500 7.9 4%


Toyota 663,500 8.2 9% 608,500 7.9 4%
5 5 Honda Tot 607,500 7.5 4% 585,700 7.6 2%


Honda 474,300 5.9 3% 459,500 5.9 5%


Acura 133,200 1.6 6% 126,200 1.6 -6%
6 6 Nissan Tot 595,200 7.3 10% 541,300 7.0 11%


Nissan 542,606 6.7 11% 490,600 6.3 12%


Infiniti 52,600 0.6 4% 50,700 0.7 4%
7 7 BMW 411,200 5.1 3% 400,900 5.2 15%
8 8 Hyundai Tot 296,200 3.7 15% 257,500 3.3 13%


Kia 154,950 1.9 8% 143,100 1.8 20%


Hyundai 141,250 1.7 23% 114,400 1.5 6%
9 9 Mercedes 289,200 3.6 28% 226,350 2.9 10%
10 10 Subaru 208,800 2.6 28% 162,800 2.1 18%
13 11 Tesla 25,000 0.3 n/a 500 0.0
14 12 VW 200 0.0 n/a -

11 - Mitsubishi - 50,000 0.6 -28%
12
Other -

1,500 0.0 -23%
Total 8,100,000
5% 7,738,000
4%


Grand Total 12,250,000
3% 11,890,000
1%

At the bottom of the chart, the 'Grand Total' includes cars. The combined increase is 3%. 

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