USA best selling Cars. The top 100 at May 2017

USA best selling cars Nissan-Rogue_One_Star_Wars_Edition-2017

USA best selling Cars ranking updated at May 2017 reports an amazing Ford F-Series trend with sales up 8% projecting the vehicles over 1 million sales in the World. Nissan Rogue and Honda CR-V are the raising stars.

The start of the 2017 has not been full of stars for the US Auto market and the rest of the year will not be better. 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.

Year to date May, the Ford F-Series has improved substantially its US volume with 351.000 sales (+8.5%), albeit market difficulties.

The second, the Chevrolet Silverado, fell 2.7% at 212.000 units and was followed again by the Ram Pick up, third with 207.000 (+7.3%).

Behind new stars are growing starting from the 4th and the 5th, respectively the Nissan Rogue, up 4 spots, at 161.340 sales (+34.9%) and the Honda CR-V up 5 spots, with 158.914 units (+22.0%)

In sixth place the best sedan, the Toyota RAV4 with 150.346 units (+8.7%) followed by the Toyota Camry, down 3 spots, with 147.434 sales (-11.8%), the Honda Civic with 144.584 sales (-8.3%), the Toyota Corolla Sedan (Hatch not included) with 135.473 units (-9.0%) and in 10th place the Honda Accord, up 2 spots, with 130.300 (-7.3%).

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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 Model Sales YTD May 2017 Sales YTD May 2016 Variation YTD 2017
1 1 Ford F-Series 351.965 324.307 8,5%
2 2 Chevrolet Silverado 212.425 223.990 -5,2%
3 3 Ram pick-up 207.370 193.279 7,3%
4 13 Nissan Rogue 161.340 119.637 34,9%
5 10 Honda CR-V 158.914 129.460 22,8%
6 9 Toyota RAV4 150.646 138.535 8,7%
7 4 Toyota Camry 147.434 167.201 -11,8%
8 5 Honda Civic 144.854 158.030 -8,3%
9 6 Toyota Corolla sedan 135.473 148.919 -9,0%
10 8 Honda Accord 130.300 140.548 -7,3%
11 11 Ford Escape 129.805 126.375 2,7%
12 7 Nissan Altima 118.242 142.220 -16,9%
13 14 Ford Explorer 111.266 108.751 2,3%
14 17 Chevrolet Equinox 104.272 101.738 2,5%
15 21 Jeep Grand Cherokee 96.203 83.927 14,6%
16 28 Chevrolet Cruze 92.360 68.065 35,7%
17 16 Nissan Sentra 90.040 102.293 -12,0%
18 12 Ford Fusion 89.086 120.313 -26,0%
19 25 Hyundai Elantra 86.955 73.892 17,7%
20 19 GMC Sierra 83.410 89.304 -6,6%
21 26 Toyota Highlander 82.738 68.493 20,8%
22 23 Jeep Wrangler 80.083 80.295 -0,3%
23 24 Toyota Tacoma 78.153 79.226 -1,4%
24 15 Chevrolet Malibu 73.087 104.187 -29,9%
25 27 Subaru Forester 72.517 68.226 6,3%
26 30 Subaru Outback 72.234 63.969 12,9%
27 20 Jeep Cherokee 69.473 86.409 -19,6%
28 22 Ford Focus 67.146 83.653 -19,7%
29 18 Hyundai Sonata 66.768 92.547 -27,9%
30 31 Dodge Grand Caravan 63.657 60.453 5,3%
31 32 Ford Edge 57.846 59.861 -3,4%
32 29 Ford Transit 55.584 64.043 -13,2%
33 44 Toyota 4Runner 53.098 46.076 15,2%
34 59 Dodge Journey 50.804 37.962 33,8%
35 60 Subaru Impreza 48.698 37.647 29,4%
36 39 Kia Optima 48.465 51.887 -6,6%
37 34 Nissan Versa 48.403 57.778 -16,2%
38 70 GMC Acadia 48.111 31.982 50,4%
39 52 Mazda CX-5 47.527 42.384 12,1%
40 57 Hyundai Santa fe 47.426 39.099 21,3%
41 48 Kia Forte 47.359 43.572 8,7%
42 199 Chrysler Pacifica 47.199 3.823
43 35 Toyota Sienna 46.696 56.809 -17,8%
44 43 Chevrolet Traverse 46.178 46.335 -0,3%
45 41 Volkswagen Jetta 45.496 49.662 -8,4%
46 40 Honda Pilot 44.946 51.344 -12,5%
47 50 Jeep Renegade 43.847 42.549 3,1%
48 46 Toyota Tundra 43.809 45.533 -3,8%
49 33 Kia Soul 43.623 58.299 -25,2%
50 64 Hyundai Tucson 41.707 35.471 17,6%
51 169 Toyota Corolla 40.945 6.920 491,7%
52 53 Chevrolet Colorado 40.670 42.178 -3,6%
53 42 Kia Sorento 40.505 46.960 -13,7%
54 66 Nissan Pathfinder 38.889 34.022 14,3%
55 36 Ford Mustang 38.422 53.189 -27,8%
56 54 Lexus RX 38.329 41.367 -7,3%
57 74 Honda HR-V 37.756 29.876 26,4%
58 37 Honda Odyssey 37.010 52.698 -29,8%
59 58 GMC Terrain 36.778 38.815 -5,2%
60 51 Dodge Charger 36.774 42.428 -13,3%
61 65 Chevrolet Tahoe 36.631 35.330 3,7%
62 73 Buick Encore 35.768 30.330 17,9%
63 55 Toyota Prius 35.708 39.744 -10,2%
64 63 Subaru XV Crosstrek 35.706 35.624 0,2%
65 72 Mercedes C Class 35.436 30.438 16,4%
66 49 Mazda3 33.361 42.982 -22,4%
67 89 Volkswagen Golf 32.367 21.716 49,0%
68 71 Chevrolet Camaro 31.876 31.865 0,0%
69 84 Chevrolet Trax 31.044 23.339 33,0%
70 69 Dodge Durango 30.432 31.987 -4,9%
71 78 Volkswagen Passat 29.870 26.821 11,4%
72 61 Nissan Frontier 29.669 36.845 -19,5%
73 75 Dodge Challenger 29.305 29.083 0,8%
74 67 Nissan Murano 29.162 33.828 -13,8%
75 79 Chevrolet Express 29.085 26.762 8,7%
76 47 Chevrolet Impala 28.504 44.055 -35,3%
77 68 Kia Sportage 28.087 33.680 -16,6%
78 62 Hyundai Accent 27.487 36.191 -24,1%
79 81 Nissan Maxima 27.109 25.830 5,0%
80 96 Ford Expedition 26.316 20.251 29,9%
81 38 Jeep Patriot 26.097 52.067 -49,9%
82 206 Cadillac XT5 24.707 3.023 717,3%
83 77 Chrysler 300 22.918 27.268 -16,0%
84 88 Ford E-Series 22.663 22.163 2,3%
85 80 BMW 3 Series 22.584 26.157 -13,7%
86 95 Mercedes GLE 22.005 20.523 7,2%
87 136 Toyota Yaris 21.896 11.558 89,4%
88 87 Honda Fit 21.878 22.351 -2,1%
89 82 Subaru Legacy 21.730 25.334 -14,2%
90 100 Lexus NX 21.426 19.221 11,5%
91 107 Audi Q5 21.249 17.567 21,0%
92 115 BMW X3 20.784 15.928 30,5%
93 101 Chevrolet Suburban 20.619 18.945 8,8%
94 90 Ford Fiesta 20.554 21.475 -4,3%
95 186 Nissan Titan 20.265 5.203 289,5%
96 91 Ford Taurus 20.037 21.048 -4,8%
97 86 Acura RDX 19.942 22.683 -12,1%
98 103 BMW X5 19.570 18.186 7,6%
99 92 Acura MDX 19.315 20.897 -7,6%
100 Buick Envision 17.613

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