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 October 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.

US Vehicles market has promptly reacted at the 2008-2009 financial crisis reporting an impressive increase across the last sixth years ended with the all time record volume hit in the 2016 at 17.5 million units. In the 2017 the market is struggling, albeit still positive economic environment but it is expected to be at record again in the 2018.

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 734.000 sales (+11.1%), albeit the market is struggling.

The second, the Chevrolet Silverado, fell 0.8% at 471.000 units and was followed again by the Ram Pick up, third with 419.000 (+4.0%).

In fourth place the Toyota RAV4, up 4 spots, with 346.000 units (+20.7%) followed by the fast growing Nissan Rogue, up 5 spots, at 327.000 sales (+24.5%) and the Honda Civic with 314.000 sales (+1.5%).

Behind the Toyota Camry, down 3 spots, with 308.000 sales (-5.6%) followed by the Honda CR-V down 1 spot, with 308.000 units (+5.1%) the Toyota Corolla with 289.000 units (-9.0%) and in 10th place the Honda Accord, down 1 spot, with 277.000 (-2.3%).

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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 Best Sales 2017 Variation 2017
1 1 Ford F-Series 734.610 11,1%
2 2 Chevrolet Silverado 471.747 -0,8%
3 3 Ram pick-up 419.102 4,0%
4 8 Toyota RAV4 346.316 20,7%
5 10 Nissan Rogue 327.213 24,5%
6 6 Honda Civic 314.699 1,5%
7 4 Toyota Camry 308.759 -5,6%
8 7 Honda CR-V 308.706 5,1%
9 5 Toyota Corolla sedan 289.940 -9,0%
10 9 Honda Accord 277.542 -2,3%
11 12 Ford Escape 256.942 -0,5%
12 15 Chevrolet Equinox 238.007 23,1%
13 14 Ford Explorer 218.455 5,5%
14 11 Nissan Altima 217.724 -17,1%
15 21 Jeep Grand Cherokee 198.460 15,2%
16 17 Nissan Sentra 184.052 0,2%
17 13 Ford Fusion 177.278 -22,6%
18 28 Toyota Highlander 175.657 21,4%
19 18 GMC Sierra 173.101 -3,6%
20 23 Jeep Wrangler 163.533 0,3%
21 24 Toyota Tacoma 163.224 2,9%
22 25 Chevrolet Cruze 160.363 3,4%
23 20 Hyundai Elantra 157.800 -8,8%
24 29 Subaru Outback 156.277 8,2%
25 16 Chevrolet Malibu 155.809 -16,5%
26 27 Subaru Forester 145.460 -0,4%
27 26 Ford Focus 133.922 -10,4%
28 19 Jeep Cherokee 130.973 -24,5%
29 34 Ford Edge 115.763 4,2%
30 22 Hyundai Sonata 115.313 -32,3%
31 33 Dodge Grand Caravan 110.023 -3,7%
32 35 Hyundai Santa fe 108.679 -0,8%
33 46 Toyota 4Runner 106.239 15,7%
34 30 Ford Transit 104.128 -15,2%
35 47 Mazda CX-5 102.856 12,6%
36 50 Kia Forte 101.311 15,6%
37 41 Volkswagen Jetta 100.212 2,4%
38 31 Kia Soul 99.981 -17,3%
39 42 Chevrolet Traverse 99.962 2,9%
40 60 Subaru Impreza 97.894 29,1%
41 43 Toyota Tundra 95.699 1,4%
42 37 Toyota Sienna 94.878 -11,6%
43 39 Honda Pilot 94.488 -5,2%
44 93 Chrysler Pacifica 93.935 116,8%
45 48 Chevrolet Colorado 93.024 2,6%
46 32 Nissan Versa 92.373 -19,9%
47 40 Kia Optima 92.258 -7,1%
48 67 GMC Acadia 91.790 36,8%
49 63 Hyundai Tucson 91.570 24,7%
50 51 Jeep Renegade 88.097 4,3%
51 58 Subaru XV Crosstrek 87.685 13,6%
52 52 Lexus RX 84.254 0,0%
53 44 Kia Sorento 83.791 -10,1%
54 38 Honda Odyssey 82.610 -19,4%
55 49 Dodge Journey 80.375 -10,6%
56 69 Honda HR-V 80.338 23,9%
57 54 Chevrolet Tahoe 78.724 -4,0%
58 53 Toyota Prius 75.495 -10,0%
59 57 Dodge Charger 75.474 -4,5%
60 70 Buick Encore 73.735 15,8%
61 62 GMC Terrain 71.343 -3,9%
62 68 Nissan Pathfinder 68.427 4,4%
63 45 Ford Mustang 67.432 -27,2%
64 71 Chevrolet Trax 66.131 5,3%
65 59 Jeep Compass 65.142 -15,0%
66 72 Mercedes C Class 64.945 3,8%
67 55 Mazda3 64.641 -20,3%
68 65 Kia Sportage 61.736 -10,9%
69 61 Nissan Frontier 61.427 -18,9%
70 87 Volkswagen Golf 60.173 30,1%
71 64 Nissan Murano 59.496 -16,8%
72 73 Chevrolet Camaro 59.401 -2,3%
73 56 Chevrolet Impala 58.306 -27,2%
74 77 Dodge Durango 57.829 0,1%
75 81 Nissan Maxima 56.418 5,9%
76 78 Dodge Challenger 56.169 1,6%
77 127 Cadillac XT5 55.801 109,1%
78 74 Volkswagen Passat 54.567 -8,0%
79 79 Chevrolet Express 54.524 -1,2%
80 66 Hyundai Accent 50.126 -27,0%
81 76 BMW 3 Series 47.712 -18,2%
82 95 Lexus NX 46.527 9,8%
83 88 Chevrolet Suburban 45.205 -1,6%
84 90 Ford E-Series 44.899 0,3%
85 103 Audi Q5 44.642 14,6%
86 97 Mercedes GLE 43.858 5,6%
87 92 Acura MDX 43.469 -2,6%
88 85 Honda Fit 43.221 -9,8%
89 94 Acura RDX 42.712 0,1%
90 86 Chrysler 300 42.560 -9,6%
91 83 Ford Expedition 42.475 -14,0%
92 84 Lexus ES 42.440 -11,5%
93 80 Subaru Legacy 41.999 -21,5%
94 36 Jeep Patriot 40.111 -63,2%
95 169 Nissan Titan 39.663 180,2%
96 96 Ford Fiesta 39.557 -6,2%
97 119 Toyota Yaris 39.518 33,5%
98 98 Mercedes E Class 38.459 -7,1%
99 107 BMW X5 38.453 4,8%
100 100 Mercedes GLC 37.134 -7,1%

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