Top 253 Best-Selling Vehicles In America – February 2012 YTD – Every Vehicle Ranked


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Of the 2 million new vehicles sold in the United States in the first two months of 2012, 4.2% have been Ford F-Series pickups. In the first two months of 2011, the Ford F-Series accounted for 4.0% of the new vehicle market. Yes, the Ford F-Series is still the best-selling vehicle in America, and it’s still responsible for four out of every hundred new automobile sales in the United States.

Not that Toyota Camry sales are weak. America’s best-selling car is “only” 22,929 sales back of the F-Series – the Camry was 27,998-units weaker than the F-Series at this point last year. America’s leading SUV/CUV is on the ups, too, as Honda CR-V sales rose 23.4% year-over-year, an 8284-unit gain over the course of just two months. The CR-V easily out-ranks the Accord to be Honda’s second-best-selling model.

More numbers you may or may not find interesting: the Volkswagen Eos is tied for 199th spot in these rankings of every vehicle on sale in America this year. That’s one spot ahead of the Mazda MX-5 Miata. The Chevrolet Tahoe has so far proven to be more popular than the Honda Fit, not that a fact like that would have been surprising in 2002, but in 2012 expectations are for weak jumbo SUV sales and strong subcompact sales. The Chevy Suburban is two positions ahead of the new Kia Rio. Chevrolet’s Camaro is the 51st-best-selling car in America and the best-selling muscle car, six spots ahead of the Ford Mustang. The Countryman-less Mini Cooper range forms the 95th-best-selling car line in America through two months: the regular Cooper/Cooper S bodystyle accounts for 70% of those sales; the Coupe and Roadster form 9% of the 5761 sales, though it’s early days for those two cars. The Countryman forms less than half of all Mini sales.

Detailed monthly and yearly sales figures for all models currently on sale in North America can be accessed through the dropdown menu at the top right of this page. Skip past the jump below to bypass the top 30, February rankings for which have already been published. You’ll find more pertinent links at the very bottom of this post. Don’t forget to use your keyboard’s Command+F (or Control+F on PCs) function to search for a specific model on this page if you can’t stand burning your eyes out scrolling past each and every line to find your beloved Verano or Insight or Panamera.

Rank
Vehicle
February 
2012 YTD
February 
2011 YTD
% Change
#1
Ford F-Series
85,766 73,355 + 16.9%
#2
Toyota Camry
62,837 45,357 + 38.5%
#3
Chevrolet Silverado
59,147 59,900 – 1.3%
#4
Nissan Altima
55,310 37,262 + 48.4%
#5
Honda Civic
48,970 33,755 + 45.1%
#6
Honda CR-V
43,719 35,435 + 23.4%
#7
Dodge Ram
40,504 30,841 + 31.3%
#8
Toyota Corolla/Matrix
40,136 46,441 – 13.6%
#9
Ford Focus
37,750 19,893 + 89.8%
#10
Ford Escape
35,925 31,978 + 12.3%
#11
Chevrolet Cruze
35,476 32,187 + 10.2%
#12
Ford Fusion
35,387 37,457 – 5.5%
#13
Chevrolet Malibu
34,663 33,194 + 4.4%
#14
Honda Accord
34,361 34,662 – 0.9%
#15
Toyota Prius
32,144 24,174 + 33.0%

* Prius Liftback
24,969 24,174 + 3.3%

* Prius V
7138 —– —–

* Prius Plug-In
21 —– —–

* Prius C
20 —– —–
#16
Hyundai Sonata
31,914 28,984 + 10.1%
#17
Chevrolet Equinox
31,513 28,281 + 11.4%
#18
Chevrolet Impala
31,342 31,478 – 0.4%
#19
Hyundai Elantra
24,720 21,948 + 12.6%
#20
Volkswagen Jetta
23,800 24,051 – 1.0%
#21
Jeep Grand Cherokee
23,407 16,279 + 43.8%
#22
Nissan Rogue
23,327 20,850 + 11.9%
#23
Toyota RAV4
22,496 23,758 – 5.3%
#24
GMC Sierra
20,823 22,323 – 6.7%
#25
Dodge Grand Caravan
20,762 18,368 + 13.0%
#26
Mazda 3
20,475 13,092 + 56.4%
#27
Ford Explorer
20,406 17,008 + 20.0%
#28
Kia Optima
20,372 8663 + 135%
#29
Nissan Versa
19,608 19,260 + 1.8%
#30
Toyota Tacoma
19,560 15,019 + 30.2%

Source: Manufacturers & ANDC 
Red font indicates year-over-year declining sales
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Rank
Vehicle
February 2012 YTD
February 2011 YTD
% Change
#31
Kia Soul
18,967 12,029 + 57.7%
#32
Ford Edge
18,850 19,056 – 1.1%
#33
Nissan Sentra
17,671 22,137 – 20.2%
#34
Jeep Wrangler
17,215 14,080 + 22.3%
#35
Chrysler 200
16,724 4482 + 273%
#36
Honda Odyssey
16,464 15,766 + 4.4%
#37
Subaru Outback
16,174 14,931 + 8.3%
#38
Kia Sorento
15,708 16,757 – 6.3%
#39
Chrysler 
Town & Country
15,258 14,456 + 5.5%
#40
Honda Pilot
15,244 14,927 + 2.1%
#41
Toyota Highlander
15,011 16,129 – 6.9%
#42
BMW 3-Series
14,801 10,635 + 39.2%
#43
Chevrolet Traverse
14,606 18,138 – 19.5%
#44
Volkswagen Passat
14,507 179 + 8005%
#45
Jeep Liberty
14,194 9948 + 42.7%
#46
Subaru Impreza
14,187 7279 + 94.9%
#47
Toyota Sienna
13,957 15,149 – 7.9%
#48
GMC Terrain
13,735 13,559 + 1.3%
#49
Chevrolet Sonic/Aveo
13,645 5499 + 148%
#50
Dodge Charger
12,861 5325 + 142%
#51
Chevrolet Camaro
12,632 11,008 + 14.8%
#52
Chrysler 300
12,630 2652 + 376%
#53
Dodge Avenger
12,267 5794 + 112%
#54
Toyota Tundra
11,840 13,099 – 9.6%
#55
Mercedes-Benz 
C-Class
11,765 8651 + 36.0%
#56
GMC Acadia
11,500 13,270 – 13.3%
#57
Ford Mustang
11,087 6862 + 61.6%
#58
Lexus RX
10,830 12,448 – 13.0%
#59
Subaru Forester
10,682 12,140 – 12.0%
#60
Nissan Maxima
10,598 8467 + 25.2%
#61
Dodge Journey
10,474 8857 + 18.3%
#62
Hyundai Accent
10,147 8748 + 16.0%
#63
Kia Forte
10,123 10,634 – 4.8%
#64
Mazda 6
10,030 5096 + 96.8%
#65
Ford Ranger
9525 6628 + 43.7%
#66
Infiniti G
9321 9816 – 5.0%
#67
Buick LaCrosse
9241 8100 + 14.1%
#68
Cadillac SRX
9149 9738 – 6.0%
#69
Jeep Patriot
9086 7605 + 19.5%
#70
Ford Fiesta
9020 10,540 – 14.4%
#71
Nissan Murano
8940 8832 + 1.2%
#72
Hyundai Santa Fe
8682 8691 – 0.1%
#73
Mercedes-Benz 
E-Class
8303 8967 – 7.4%
#74
Chevrolet Tahoe
8207 10,349 – 20.7%
#75
Honda Fit
8066 8514 – 5.3%
#76
Nissan Frontier
8019 6323 + 26.8%
#77
Ford Taurus
7776 8516 – 8.7%
#78
Cadillac CTS
7589 10,395 – 27.0%
#79
Mercedes-Benz 
M-Class
7410 4408 + 68.1%
#80
Buick Enclave
7291 9546 – 23.6%
#81
BMW 5-Series
7258 8562 – 15.2%
#82
Hyundai Tucson
6852 6205 + 10.4%
#83
Subaru Legacy
6733 5770 + 16.7%
#84
Toyota Avalon
6716 3821 + 75.8%
#85
Toyota Yaris
6621 3785 + 74.9%
#86
Dodge Durango
6456 3930 + 64.3%
#87
Acura MDX
6444 6972 – 7.6%
#88
Chevrolet Colorado
6404 4810 + 33.1%
#89
Kia Sportage
6245 6989 – 10.6%
#90
Chevrolet Suburban
6239 4726 + 32.0%
#91
Dodge Challenger
6220 5753 + 8.1%
#92
Kia Rio
6194 2815 + 120%
#93
Toyota 4Runner
5987 7589 – 21.1%
#94
BMW X5
5834 5684 + 2.6%
#95
Mini Cooper
5761 4682 + 23.0%
#96
Mazda 2
5731 1349 + 325%
#97
Acura TSX
5639 4735 + 19.1%
#98
Acura TL
5494 4039 + 36.0%
#99
Lexus ES350
5407 4813 + 12.3%
#100
Volkswagen Golf
5403 4476 + 20.7%
#101
Ford Expedition
5400 5441 – 0.8%
#102
Audi A4
5395 5253 + 2.7%
#103
Nissan Juke
5277 6080 – 13.2%
#104
Mazda CX-7
5231 4714 + 11.0%
#105
Fiat 500
5138 —– —–
#106
Toyota Venza
5130 4938 + 3.9%
#107
Jeep Compass
5120 3690 + 38.8%
#108
Nissan Pathfinder
4937 3985 + 23.9%
#109
Hyundai Veloster
4933 —– —–
#110
Hyundai Genesis
4803 4224 + 13.7%
#111
Volkswagen Tiguan
4588 3711 + 23.6%
#112
Chevrolet 
Captiva Sport
4550 —– —–
#113
BMW X3
4518 3062 + 47.6%
#114
Buick Regal
4491 6040 – 25.6%
#115
Lincoln MKZ
4149 3349 + 23.9%
#116
GMC Yukon
4147 4893 – 15.2%
#117
Mazda CX-9
4117 4930 – 16.5%
#118
Lexus IS
3905 4073 – 4.1%
#119
Lincoln MKX
3818 3182 + 20.0%
#120
Audi Q5
3745 3123 + 19.9%
#121
Mercedes-Benz GLK
3606 3478 + 3.7%
#122
Ford Flex
3477 4355 – 20.2%
#123
Cadillac Escalade
3475 4461 – 22.1%
#124
Chevrolet Avalanche
3411 2811 + 21.3%
#125
Volvo S60
3344 2289 + 46.1%
#126
Nissan Armada
3210 2931 + 9.5%
#127
Mercedes-Benz
GL-Class
3185 2990 + 6.5%
#128
Dodge Caliber
2996 5857 – 48.8%
#129
Scion tC
2957 3013 – 1.9%
#130
Kia Sedona
2946 2469 + 19.3%
#131
Nissan Xterra
2918 2476 + 17.9%
#132
Nissan Titan
2882 2898 – 0.6%
#133
Volkswagen CC
2828 3712 – 23.8%
#134
Scion xB
2808 2773 + 1.3%
#135
Volkswagen Beetle
2704 527 + 413%
#136
Mazda 5
2685 3258 – 17.6%
#137
Lexus CT200h
2665 —– —–
#138
Mitsubishi Galant
2632 5794 – 54.6%
#139
Honda Ridgeline
2615 1763 + 48.3%
#140
Mini Countryman
2553 1572 + 62.4%
#141
Mitsubishi 
Outlander Sport
2493 2355 + 5.9%
#142
Lexus GS
2489 672 + 270%
#143
Buick Verano
2483 —– —–
#144
Mitsubishi Lancer
2467 2376 + 3.8%
#145
Nissan Quest
2390 894 + 167%
#146
Volvo XC60
2310 2150 + 7.4%
#147
GMC Yukon XL
2255 3296 – 31.6%
#148
Land Rover
Range Rover Sport
2220 1822 + 21.8%
#149
Infiniti QX56
2182 1684 + 29.6%
#150
GMC Canyon
2123 1459 + 45.5%
#151
Toyota Sequoia
2108 1962 + 7.4%
#152
Audi A6
2102 1188 + 76.9%
#153
BMW 7-Series
2100 1735 + 21.0%
#154
Dodge Nitro
2090 3919 – 46.7%
#155
Infiniti FX
2050 2005 + 2.2%
#156
Audi A5
1997 2196 – 9.1%
#157
Honda Crosstour
1991 3266 – 39.0%
#158
Suzuki SX4
1973 1766 + 11.7%
#159
Acura RDX
1891 2337 – 19.1%
#160
Infiniti M
1850 2055 – 10.0%
#161
Toyota FJ Cruiser
1754 2262 – 22.5%
#162
Porsche Cayenne
1650 1983 – 16.8%
#163
Chevrolet Volt
1626 602 + 170%
#164
Volkswagen Routan
1618 1602 + 1.0%
#165
Volvo XC90
1615 1437 + 12.4%
#166
Lincoln MKS
1598 1169 + 36.7%
#167
Lexus GX460
1581 2186 – 27.7%
#168
Mercedes-Benz 
S-Class
1578 1459 + 8.2%
#169
Chevrolet Corvette
1556 1676 – 7.2%
#170
Volkswagen Touareg
1554 933 + 66.6%
#171
Porsche 911
1539 841 + 83.0%
#172
Lincoln Navigator
1473 1193 + 23.5%
#173
Scion xD
1470 1433 + 2.6%
#174
Land Rover
Range Rover Evoque
1395 —– —–
#175
Mitsubishi Outlander
1348 1223 + 10.2%
T176
smart fortwo
1265 842 + 50.2%
T176
Honda Insight
1265 3276 – 61.4%
#178
Audi Q7
1239 1498 – 17.3%
#179
Scion iQ
1238 —– —–
#180
Audi A7
1227 —– —–
#181
Porsche Panamera
1214 1046 + 16.1%
#182
Land Rover 
Range Rover
1213 1445 – 16.1%
#183
Ford Crown Victoria
1191 8444 – 85.9%
#184
Hyundai Veracruz
1187 1137 + 4.4%
#185
Nissan LEAF
1154 154 + 649%
#186
Nissan Cube
1148 3909 – 70.6%
#187
Land Rover LR4
1129 1239 – 8.9%
#188
Lexus LS
1089 1440 – 24.4%
#189
Audi A3
1054 1101 – 4.3%
#190
Mercedes-Benz 
CLS-Class
1037 238 + 336%
#191
BMW 1-Series
1027 1365 – 24.8%
#192
Nissan 370Z
970 1138 – 14.8%
#193
BMW 6-Series
938 189 + 396%
#194
Jaguar XF
936 593 + 57.8%
#195
Volvo XC70
891 785 + 13.5%
#196
Suzuki Kizashi
873 1291 – 32.4%
#197
Honda CR-Z
829 1985 – 58.2%
#198
Suzuki Grand Vitara
818 863 – 5.2%
T199
BMW X6
784 761 + 3.0%
T199
Volkswagen Eos
784 671 + 16.8%
#201
Mazda MX-5 Miata
740 671 + 10.3%
#202
Buick Lucerne
725 5390 – 86.5%
#203
Jaguar XJ
708 792 – 10.6%
#204
Lincoln MKT
700 802 – 12.7%
#205
Lexus LX570
672 556 + 20.9%
#206
Audi A8
647 811 – 20.2%
#207
Infiniti EX35
632 989 – 36.1%
#208
Hyundai Equus
576 487 + 18.3%
#209
Volvo C70
560 597 – 6.2%
#210
Mercedes-Benz SLK
524 338 + 55.0%
#211
Volvo C30
510 417 + 22.3%
#212
Land Rover LR2
503 320 + 57.2%
#213
Volvo S80
446 633 – 29.5%
#214
Subaru Tribeca
405 421 – 3.8%
#215
Jaguar XK
363 242 + 50.0%
#216
Mazda CX-5
357 —– —–
#217
BMW Z4
349 328 + 6.4%
#218
Audi TT
326 222 + 46.8%
#219
Lexus HS250h
302 469 – 35.6%
#220
Lincoln Town Car
295 1811 – 83.7%
#221
Dodge Dakota
294 2473 – 88.1%
#222
Mercedes-Benz
R-Class
293 410 – 28.5%
#223
Suzuki Equator
259 275 – 5.8%
#224
Mazda Tribute
250 406 – 38.4%
#225
Chevrolet Caprice PPV
247 —– —–
#226
Toyota Land Cruiser
241 326 – 26.1%
#227
Mitsubishi Eclipse
234 428 – 45.3%
#228
Porsche Cayman
213 219 – 2.7%
#229
Mercedes-Benz 
SL-Class
196 366 – 46.4%
#230
Mitsubishi Endeavor
193 431 – 55.2%
#231
Mercedes-Benz
G-Class
173 191 – 9.4%
#232
Mercedes-Benz 
SLS AMG
163 153 + 6.5%
#233
Cadillac DTS
157 2877 – 94.5%
#234
Audi R8
153 173 – 11.6%
#235
Mercedes-Benz 
CL-Class
146 211 – 30.8%
#236
Acura ZDX
110 346 – 68.2%
#237
Nissan GT-R
87 60 + 45.0%
#238
Porsche Boxster
83 330 – 74.8%
#239
Mitsubishi i MiEV
80 —– —–
#240
Acura RL
61 328 – 81.4%
#241
Cadillac STS
59 878 – 93.3%
#242
Volvo S40
48 623 – 92.3%
T243
Hyundai Azera
31 323 – 90.4%
T243
Mazda RX-8
31 138 – 77.5%
#245
Dodge Viper
20 72 – 72.2%
#246
Lexus LFA
10 9 + 11.1%
#247
Mercedes-Benz 
B-Class
7 2 + 250%
#248
Suzuki XL7
6 10 – 40.0%
#249
Chevrolet HHR
5 13,785 – 99.96%
T250
Chevrolet Cobalt
3 559 – 99.5%
T250
Honda Element
3 2221 – 99.9%
#252
Lexus SC430
2 8 – 75.0%
#253
Suzuki Forenza/Reno
1 —– —–
—–
Total
2,024,359 1,779,151 + 13.8%
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Commercial Vans
38,369 34,310 + 11.8%
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Overall Market
2,062,728 1,813,461 + 13.7%
Source: Manufacturers & ANDC
Red font indicates year-over-year sales decline
Sales data for brands such as Maserati, Ferrari, Lotus, Lamborghini, Bentley, Rolls-Royce etc. are unfortunately not broken down by model

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