The United States cover the third larger World's territory guesting the third World's population with over 330 million citizens. Thanks to the unrivaled market oriented economy and full opening at new people and new technologies, the United States represents the world' largest economy since the second world was and only in recent years its global economic hegemony is counteract by emerging Chinese economy and the born of European Community.
The Automotive sector was a key driver of last century development with Ford and General Motors able to dominate the world car sector for decades. In recent years the so called Detroit based Big3 entered in deep difficulties hit by growing competition from Europe and Asia. While Ford was able to evolve thanks to the last CEO Mr. Mullaly, GM and Chrysler had been rescued by the unique support program introduced by Mr. Obama in the 2009 and today the Chrysler group (Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep and Ram brands) is controlled by the Italian Fiat.
November 2013 U.S. auto sales were powered by Black Friday and rose at highest sales seasonally adjusted rate since 2008. Ford posted the best November since 2004. Spectacular performance posted by Jeep, surged in seventh place.
Reading the ranking of Top 100 Car Models in Germany gave the dimension of power in the car sector. Indeed, German is a country fully opened at competition and the large domination of domestic models, 26 in the first 26, is a phenomenal performance for the German Automotive sector.
October 2013 U.S. Auto sales rise 10.4% compared to month hurricane Sandy hit last year, but seasonally adjusted rate falls to 15.2m. This report includes October sales statistics with top 25 brands, cars and trucks. Chevrolet oupaced Toyota and ranked second again.
U.S. light passenger's market was again positive in the third quarter 2013, although September slipped down, first time after 27 months. In the Top 100 car models ranking, you can find details on bestselling models in USA, from Ford F Series to BMW X5.
September 2013 for the US Car market was only a little step back, following over 2 years of rolling sales. Moreover, growing federal deficit could freeze new buyers demand in the next period. In September Ford sales were still strong while Chevrolet rolled down.
US car market momentum continued in August and sales rose a robust 16.8% from last year, posting one of best August ever. Cumulated sales were up 9.6%. Japanese brands are pushing up the market with Toyota stable in second ahead of Chevrolet and Honda 4th with 10% of market share.
US car market confirmed in July the recovery, posting 13.9% sales increase from last year with year to date 2013 sales progressing 8.5%. American brands had lost share, with Chevrolet outpaced by Toyota in second place.
U.S. light passenger's market further recovered in the first half of 2013, with sales volume at 7.8 million, up 7.6% from the previous year. Looking at Top models, you can find few surprises in a ranking dominated by Ford.
June 2013 car sales statistics in U.S.A. were really positive, showing the 25th consecutive year-on-year growth and a sales volume close to pre-crisis levels. Ford & Chevrolet are towing the market, with the Cruze on strong demand.
Pushed by renewed consumer's demand, the U.S. car market rose 8.2% in May moving the cumulated 2013 sales at plus 7.2% from last year. Confirming its momentum, Ford further improved its share, thanks to strong demand on F-Series, Focus, Escape and Fusion.
Posting the best April since 2007, the U.S. Car Market gained 8.5% pushed by strong performance of domestic producer, led by Chevrolet, up 1.4 points of share from the previous month. While Nissan and Toyota suffered, Honda was pushed up by Accord.
Posting the 22nd year-on-year increase in a string, the US car market in March was up 3.5%, ending the first quarter up by 6.4%. Chevrolet low sales allowed Toyota advancing in second place, while Nissan Altima strong demand pushed up Nissan performance.
Last February the U.S. car market posted a less powerful increase, only at 3.8%, while SAAR was stable at 15.4 million. Dodge and Nissan kept a great share, while Toyota was back at a "normal" performance after strong January.
Healthy start for the US car market in January, with sales surged by 14.4% from last year. Ford improved share at 15.5% while also followers, Chevrolet and Toyota, improved share at 13.2% and 13.1%.