USA best selling Cars. The top 100 in the 2017

USA best selling cars Ford-F-Series_Super_Duty-2017

USA best selling Cars in the 2017 dominated for the 42nd year by the amazing Ford F-Series. Hitting the American record for a single model in a single year, the popular pick up jumped over 1 million global sales, fourth model in the history.

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. Finally in the 2017 the market has braked the growth, after seven years, losing marginally (-1.8%) with 17.23 million sales. Outlook for the 2018 is moderately positive, with sales foreseen up 3.1%, potentially at the new record.

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 able in the 2017 to be the fourth model in the history to deliver over 1 million units is a single year, becoming the second best model sold in the World.

In US during the 2017, the Ford F-Series has improved volume hitting the highest level ever sold by a single model in a single year,  with 896.000 sales (+9.3%).

The second place, the Chevrolet Silverado with 585.864 units (+1.9%) followed by the Ram Pick up, third with 500.723 (+2.7%).

In fourth place the Toyota RAV4, up 4 spots, with 407.594 units (+15.7%) followed by the fast growing Nissan Rogue, up 5 spots, at 403.465 sales (+22.3%),  the Toyota Camry, down 2 spots, with 387.081 sales (-0.4%) and the Honda CR-V with 377.895 units (+5.8%).

Behind the  Honda Civic with 377.284 sales (+2.8%), the Toyota Corolla with 329.196 units (-13.0%) and in 10th place the Honda Accord, down 1 spot, with 322.655 (-6.5%).

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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 2017 Sales 2016 Variation 2017
1 1 Ford F-Series 896.764 820.799 9,3%
2 2 Chevrolet Silverado 585.864 574.876 1,9%
3 3 Ram pick-up 500.723 487.558 2,7%
4 8 Toyota RAV4 407.594 352.154 15,7%
5 10 Nissan Rogue 403.465 329.904 22,3%
6 4 Toyota Camry 387.081 388.618 -0,4%
7 7 Honda CR-V 377.895 357.335 5,8%
8 6 Honda Civic 377.286 366.927 2,8%
9 5 Toyota Corolla 329.196 378.210 -13,0%
10 9 Honda Accord 322.655 345.225 -6,5%
11 12 Ford Escape 308.296 307.069 0,4%
12 15 Chevrolet Equinox 290.458 242.195 19,9%
13 14 Ford Explorer 271.131 248.507 9,1%
14 11 Nissan Altima 254.996 307.380 -17,0%
15 19 Jeep Grand Cherokee 240.696 212.273 13,4%
16 18 Nissan Sentra 218.451 214.709 1,7%
17 17 GMC Sierra 217.943 221.680 -1,7%
18 25 Toyota Highlander 215.775 191.379 12,7%
19 13 Ford Fusion 209.623 249.902 -16,1%
20 20 Hyundai Elantra 198.210 208.319 -4,9%
21 24 Toyota Tacoma 198.124 191.631 3,4%
22 23 Jeep Wrangler 190.522 191.774 -0,7%
23 27 Subaru Outback 188.886 182.898 3,3%
24 16 Chevrolet Malibu 185.857 227.881 -18,4%
25 26 Chevrolet Cruze 184.751 188.876 -2,2%
26 28 Subaru Forester 177.563 178.593 -0,6%
27 21 Jeep Cherokee 169.882 199.736 -14,9%
28 29 Ford Focus 158.385 167.888 -5,7%
29 32 Ford Edge 142.603 134.588 6,0%
30 34 Hyundai Santa fe 133.171 131.257 1,5%
31 22 Hyundai Sonata 131.803 196.321 -32,9%
32 46 Toyota 4Runner 128.296 111.970 14,6%
33 45 Mazda CX-5 127.563 112.235 13,7%
34 31 Ford Transit 127.360 143.244 -11,1%
35 41 Honda Pilot 127.279 120.772 5,4%
36 36 Dodge Grand Caravan 125.196 127.678 -1,9%
37 42 Chevrolet Traverse 123.506 116.701 5,8%
38 81 Chrysler Pacifica 118.274 62.366 89,6%
39 53 Kia Forte 117.596 103.292 13,8%
40 61 Subaru Impreza 117.401 88.517 32,6%
41 43 Toyota Tundra 116.285 115.489 0,7%
42 39 Volkswagen Jetta 115.807 121.107 -4,4%
43 30 Kia Soul 115.712 144.040 -19,7%
44 60 Hyundai Tucson 114.735 89.713 27,9%
45 48 Chevrolet Colorado 112.996 108.725 3,9%
46 35 Toyota Sienna 111.489 127.791 -12,8%
47 62 GMC Acadia 111.276 88.466 25,8%
48 56 Subaru XV Crosstrek 110.138 95.677 15,1%
49 47 Lexus RX 108.307 109.435 -1,0%
50 37 Kia Optima 107.493 124.203 -13,5%
51 33 Nissan Versa 106.772 132.214 -19,2%
52 50 Jeep Renegade 103.434 106.606 -3,0%
53 40 Honda Odyssey 100.307 120.846 -17,0%
54 44 Kia Sorento 99.684 114.733 -13,1%
55 52 Chevrolet Tahoe 98.961 103.306 -4,2%
56 66 Honda HR-V 94.034 82.041 14,6%
57 49 Dodge Journey 89.470 106.759 -16,2%
58 58 Dodge Charger 88.351 95.437 -7,4%
59 71 Buick Encore 88.035 78.565 12,1%
60 63 GMC Terrain 85.441 87.925 -2,8%
61 59 Jeep Compass 83.253 94.061 -11,5%
62 51 Ford Mustang 81.866 105.932 -22,7%
63 67 Nissan Pathfinder 81.065 81.701 -0,8%
64 70 Chevrolet Trax 79.289 79.016 0,3%
65 72 Mercedes C Class 77.446 76.996 0,6%
66 64 Nissan Murano 76.732 86.953 -11,8%
67 55 Chevrolet Impala 75.877 97.006 -21,8%
68 57 Mazda3 75.018 95.567 -21,5%
69 65 Nissan Frontier 74.360 86.926 -14,5%
70 68 Kia Sportage 72.824 81.066 -10,2%
71 86 Volkswagen Golf 68.978 57.750 19,4%
72 76 Dodge Durango 68.761 68.474 0,4%
73 114 Cadillac XT5 68.312 39.485 73,0%
74 74 Chevrolet Camaro 67.940 72.705 -6,6%
75 80 Nissan Maxima 67.627 62.670 7,9%
76 54 Toyota Prius 67.170 98.866 -32,1%
77 77 Chevrolet Express 65.136 68.007 -4,2%
78 79 Dodge Challenger 64.537 64.433 0,2%
79 73 Volkswagen Passat 60.722 73.002 -16,8%
80 75 BMW 3 Series 59.449 69.588 -14,6%
81 91 Lexus NX 59.341 54.884 8,1%
82 69 Hyundai Accent 58.955 79.766 -26,1%
83 99 Audi Q5 57.640 49.550 16,3%
84 82 Chevrolet Suburban 56.516 60.082 -5,9%
85 89 Acura MDX 54.886 55.495 -1,1%
86 97 Mercedes GLE 54.595 51.560 5,9%
87 92 Ford E-Series 53.304 54.245 -1,7%
88 154 Nissan Titan 52.924 21.880 141,9%
89 83 Ford Expedition 51.883 59.835 -13,3%
90 85 Lexus ES 51.398 58.299 -11,8%
91 95 Acura RDX 51.295 52.361 -2,0%
92 94 Chrysler 300 51.237 53.241 -3,8%
93 112 BMW X5 50.815 41.646 22,0%
94 78 Subaru Legacy 49.837 65.306 -23,7%
95 88 Honda Fit 49.454 56.630 -12,7%
96 93 GMC Yukon 49.183 53.447 -8,0%
97 102 Mercedes GLC 48.643 47.872 1,6%
98 98 Mercedes E Class 48.579 50.896 -4,6%
99 96 Buick Enclave 48.564 52.028 -6,7%
100 108 Volkswagen Tiguan 46.983 43.638 7,7%

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