17 March 2018

U.S. Light Truck Production : 2016-17


Light truck production was about the same as 2016, with a tiny slip in the total. It was down mainly because of Jeep switching production of the Compass model to Mexico. Other than that is was steady as she goes. Ford is by far the main contributor with a quarter of the total figure. The F-Series is huge both in size and popularity.

Rk Brand 2017 % +/-
2016 % +/-
1 Ford Tot 2,078,256 26.0% 2%
2,034,837 25.2% 5%

Ford 2,012,463 25.2% 2%
1,981,494 24.5% 5%
Lincoln 65,793 0.8% 23%
53,343 0.7% 2%
2 GM 1,562,447 19.5% 1%
1,545,916 19.1% 11%

Chevrolet 891,122 11.1% -3%
915,016 11.3% 6%
GMC 479,796 6.0% 3%
466,383 5.8% 12%
Cadillac 141,805 1.8% 41%
100,342 1.2% 114%
Buick 49,724 0.6% -23%
64,175 0.8% 3%
3 Chrysler Tot 1,150,049 14.4% -20%
1,442,946 17.8% -8%

Jeep 726,583 9.1% -29%
1,019,155 12.6% -11%
Ram 341,782 4.3% 0%
341,830 4.2% -1%
Dodge 81,684 1.0% 0%
81,961 1.0% 3%
4 Honda Tot 685,314 8.6% 14%
603,674 7.5% 3%

Honda 569,243 7.1% 21%
471,902 5.8% 3%
Acura 116,071 1.5% -12%
131,772 1.6% 4%
5 Toyota 679,161 8.5% 2%
663,505 8.2% 9%
6 Nissan Tot 590,032 7.4% -1%
595,172 7.4% 10%

Nissan 531,642 6.6% -2%
542,602 6.7% 11%
Infiniti 58,390 0.7% 11%
52,570 0.6% 4%
7 BMW 371,284 4.6% -10%
411,171 5.1% 3%
8 Hyundai Tot 314,203 3.9% 6%
296,190 3.7% 15%

Kia 152,125 1.9% -2%
154,954 1.9% 8%
Hyundai 162,078 2.0% 15%
141,236 1.7% 23%
9 Mercedes 270,302 3.4% 4%
259,172 3.2% 15%
10 Subaru 204,930 2.6% -2%
208,815 2.6% 28%
11 VW 56,955 0.7% n/a
205 0.0% n/a
12 Tesla 34,504 0.4% 32%
26,225 0.3% n/a

Total 7,997,437
-1%
8,087,828
5%

Data source: Automotive News.

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