USA best selling Cars. The top 100 in the 2017

USA best selling cars Ford-F-150-2018

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 recovered 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

However, looking at the ranking of the best-selling models, it is clear that the year will be memorable for Ford and for its more prestigious model, the F-Series, market leader here since the 1975 and launched to hit the 1 million units sold globally, thanks to the performance in the States. Indeed, this model is on track to hit the record of over 1 million vehicles sold worldwide in a year, and doing this will be the fourth model ever above this level, probably beating the Ford record, established at 1.02 million by the Focus few years ago.

During the first nine months of the year, the Ford F-Series has improved substantially its US volume with 658.000 sales (+10.6%), albeit the market is struggling.

The second, the Chevrolet Silverado, fell 1.6% at 418.000 units and was followed again by the Ram Pick up, third with 374.000 (+4.4%) and it is likely a surpass before the year-end.

In fourth place the Toyota RAV4, up 4 spots, with 312.000 units (+19.9%) followed by the fast growing Nissan Rogue, up 6 spots, at 296.000 sales (+22.9%) and the Honda Civic with 284.000 sales (+0.2%).

Behind the Toyota Camry, down 3 spots, with 282.000 sales (-5.0%) followed by the Honda CR-V down 1 spot, with 280.000 units (+6.6%) the Toyota Corolla with 252.000 units (-8.1%) and in 10th place the Honda Accord, down 1 spot, with 250.000 (-3.3%).

Wishing to see the Full Year 2016 ranking, look here

Research, Consulting, Data & Forecast

F2M covers intensively this market with several products developed to help any investigation required.

Market Researches in PDF are immediately available for download with study on the market since 2005 and with forecast up to the 2022.

Auto Data in EXCEL are immediately downloadable with annual sales volume, split by month, for all brands and all models distributed in the market. This year data are released year to date, but you will receive a monthly update until the year-end.

All these and more within our USA Corner Store!

Below, you can sort our interactive tables to see data regarding Brands, Groups and Models. Please bear in mind that sales data are subject to adjustments as sources will update their information. This report is updated at the publishing date and will not be modified while the next on this subject will always have the year to date data updated.

Rank 2017 Rank 2016 Best Sales 2017 Sales 2016 Variation 2017
1 1 Ford F-Series 658.636 595.656 10,6%
2 2 Chevrolet Silverado 418.590 425.556 -1,6%
3 3 Ram pick-up 374.901 359.226 4,4%
4 8 Toyota RAV4 312.230 260.380 19,9%
5 11 Nissan Rogue 296.927 241.619 22,9%
6 5 Honda Civic 284.380 283.783 0,2%
7 4 Toyota Camry 282.507 297.455 -5,0%
8 7 Honda CR-V 280.933 263.493 6,6%
9 6 Toyota Corolla sedan 252.242 274.599 -8,1%
10 9 Honda Accord 250.802 258.619 -3,0%
11 12 Ford Escape 233.878 234.764 -0,4%
12 15 Chevrolet Equinox 212.735 173.736 22,4%
13 10 Nissan Altima 199.861 242.321 -17,5%
14 14 Ford Explorer 199.034 188.425 5,6%
15 22 Jeep Grand Cherokee 181.245 154.357 17,4%
16 17 Nissan Sentra 165.711 169.476 -2,2%
17 13 Ford Fusion 159.742 210.462 -24,1%
18 28 Toyota Highlander 158.196 127.045 24,5%
19 18 GMC Sierra 154.206 164.440 -6,2%
20 23 Jeep Wrangler 150.142 148.641 1,0%
21 26 Chevrolet Cruze 149.234 138.012 8,1%
22 24 Toyota Tacoma 147.420 142.711 3,3%
23 20 Hyundai Elantra 143.067 157.050 -8,9%
24 16 Chevrolet Malibu 141.162 170.389 -17,2%
25 29 Subaru Outback 140.491 126.426 11,1%
26 27 Subaru Forester 132.030 130.652 1,1%
27 25 Ford Focus 123.827 140.049 -11,6%
28 19 Jeep Cherokee 117.835 160.030 -26,4%
29 21 Hyundai Sonata 107.718 155.271 -30,6%
30 34 Dodge Grand Caravan 107.592 102.732 4,7%
31 33 Ford Edge 104.727 103.076 1,6%
32 36 Hyundai Santa fe 95.655 98.306 -2,7%
33 45 Toyota 4Runner 95.086 83.316 14,1%
34 30 Ford Transit 93.838 112.607 -16,7%
35 46 Mazda CX-5 92.550 82.439 12,3%
36 48 Kia Forte 92.092 79.608 15,7%
37 39 Volkswagen Jetta 90.995 89.748 1,4%
38 31 Kia Soul 90.727 107.823 -15,9%
39 42 Chevrolet Traverse 88.864 86.142 3,2%
40 57 Subaru Impreza 88.745 70.241 26,3%
41 35 Toyota Sienna 87.623 99.510 -11,9%
42 101 Chrysler Pacifica 86.342 35.572 142,7%
43 44 Toyota Tundra 85.677 84.822 1,0%
44 40 Kia Optima 84.704 89.327 -5,2%
45 38 Honda Pilot 84.203 90.999 -7,5%
46 47 Chevrolet Colorado 83.034 80.047 3,7%
47 62 Hyundai Tucson 82.839 65.333 26,8%
48 32 Nissan Versa 82.817 106.455 -22,2%
49 67 GMC Acadia 82.778 58.540 41,4%
50 51 Jeep Renegade 80.209 77.251 3,8%
51 43 Kia Sorento 77.313 85.602 -9,7%
52 60 Subaru XV Crosstrek 76.814 68.810 11,6%
53 52 Lexus RX 75.880 76.240 -0,5%
54 50 Dodge Journey 75.656 77.946 -2,9%
55 37 Honda Odyssey 75.309 94.835 -20,6%
56 68 Honda HR-V 74.034 58.270 27,1%
57 49 Toyota Prius 69.337 78.193 -11,3%
58 58 Chevrolet Tahoe 69.109 70.000 -1,3%
59 55 Dodge Charger 67.378 72.270 -6,8%
60 61 GMC Terrain 66.297 67.912 -2,4%
61 70 Buick Encore 64.763 56.484 14,7%
62 41 Ford Mustang 62.196 87.258 -28,7%
63 66 Nissan Pathfinder 61.719 59.111 4,4%
64 53 Mazda3 60.107 74.131 -18,9%
65 73 Chevrolet Trax 60.077 54.124 11,0%
66 71 Mercedes C Class 58.949 56.334 4,6%
67 63 Kia Sportage 55.757 63.210 -11,8%
68 87 Volkswagen Golf 55.476 41.098 35,0%
69 59 Nissan Frontier 55.208 69.388 -20,4%
70 56 Jeep Compass 53.935 70.387 -23,4%
71 78 Chevrolet Express 53.828 49.751 8,2%
72 65 Nissan Murano 53.782 60.782 -11,5%
73 72 Chevrolet Camaro 53.727 54.535 -1,5%
74 74 Dodge Durango 52.681 53.093 -0,8%
75 77 Dodge Challenger 52.276 51.141 2,2%
76 54 Chevrolet Impala 50.743 74.038 -31,5%
77 76 Volkswagen Passat 50.630 53.086 -4,6%
78 136 Cadillac XT5 49.840 21.696 129,7%
79 79 Nissan Maxima 49.677 49.376 0,6%
80 64 Hyundai Accent 44.641 62.200 -28,2%
81 75 BMW 3 Series 43.215 53.092 -18,6%
82 94 Lexus NX 41.987 38.115 10,2%
83 89 Ford E-Series 40.634 40.195 1,1%
84 82 Ford Expedition 40.401 45.479 -11,2%
85 85 Honda Fit 40.049 43.255 -7,4%
86 83 Chrysler 300 39.643 44.040 -10,0%
87 103 Audi Q5 39.226 35.195 11,5%
88 93 Acura RDX 39.180 38.722 1,2%
89 84 Lexus ES 39.075 43.773 -10,7%
90 95 Mercedes GLE 39.041 37.481 4,2%
91 91 Chevrolet Suburban 38.959 39.282 -0,8%
92 35 Jeep Patriot 38.876 99.510 -60,9%
93 90 Acura MDX 38.182 39.578 -3,5%
94 81 Subaru Legacy 37.461 47.396 -21,0%
95 125 Toyota Yaris 36.640 24.798 47,8%
96 92 Ford Fiesta 36.139 38.807 -6,9%
97 182 Nissan Titan 35.549 10.974 223,9%
98 107 BMW X5 34.199 32.818 4,2%
99 98 Mercedes E Class 33.778 37.130 -9,0%
100 99 Mercedes GLC 32.889 36.390 -9,6%

(13137)

In the spotlight

Brazil Outlook 2017. Recession is not over

Brazil Automotive Industry outlook in the 2017 is not yet positive albeit the prolonged crisis. Indeed economic perspective are still negative and the sector has not yet bottomed out. Market recovery from 2018