USA best selling Cars ranking updated at September 2017 reports an amazing Ford F-Series trend with sales up 10% projecting the vehicles over 1 million sales in the World. Nissan Rogue and Honda CR-V are the raising stars.
USA Vehicles Sales recovery in September despite the adverse effects of Hurricanes and grew 6% reducing the annual lost at a mere 1.8%. Toyota is gaining terrain compared with the archrivals Ford and Chevrolet, while Honda has overtaken Nissan
US Vehicles Sales in March were shy. Ford outsells GM, first time in 5 years, thanks to a robust increase in fleet sales while the rival has lost. Volkswagen down for the 5th month in a row. Hyundai Sonata the fastest.
USA Vehicle Sales Statistics 2012-2015 by brand has been published to celebrate the new ALL TIME RECORD scored by the market after 15 years. Top 4 brands are losing share while Jeep tripled volume and doubled sales.
US Vehicles Sales in February at best in 15 years fueled by outstanding Ford's speed. Albeit slowdown in revised data on US GDP the sector kept the pace. Toyota overtook Chevrolet for the second place.
USA best selling cars ranking 2015 is led by Ford F Series as in all the last 39 years. This year the pick up advanced in third place worldwide!. Toyota Camry was again the best car in the market as in the last 14 years.
USA Vehicle Sales hit the new ALL TIME RECORD after 15 years. Fueled by the impressive economic trend and tough competition, 14th brands hit all time records. However Jeep performance stands over all, up 25% to last year record!
US new vehicles registrations at best November since 2001 with SAAR above 18 million units for the third month in a row, as never before. Volkswagen fell heavily losing 24% while first units of Toyota Mirai are now on the roads.
USA auto sales rocked again in October projecting a potential record year fueled by pent-up demand, low gasoline, cheap petrol, affordable credit rate and high consumer's confidence.Volkswagen increased sales despite scandal!
US new vehicle sales soared a stunning 16 percent in September to 1.4 million cars and light trucks, thanks to a robust Labor Day weekend and further strong demand for pickups, cross-overs and vans. Ford at record month.