June 2012 Top 30 Best-Selling Luxury Vehicles In America


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By easily outselling the BMW 3-Series in June 2012, the new Lexus RX ended the first half of 2012 within 2745 sales of the best-selling BMW. The Lexus RX is now nearly 19,000 sales clear of the second-best-selling luxury utility vehicle in America, the Cadillac SRX.

U.S. June 2012 luxury auto brand market share
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Strip away the Hyundai Genesis’s luxury car status and the Audi A5 then ranks 30th as all vehicles from the Lincoln MKZ to the Volvo XC60 move up a spot. Of course, some people feel Buick is also a luxury brand. If so, the LaCrosse would be America’s second-best-selling luxury vehicle in June 2012. As is the case with every other car, truck, and SUV currently on sale in North America, you can check out historical monthly and yearly sales figures for every Buick through the first dropdown at GCBC’s Sales Stats home or at the top right of this page.

The Lexus RX is one of ten Japanese-badged automobiles on this list of the 30 best-selling luxury vehicles in America from June 2012. There are twelve Germans and five Americans plus two Volvos and the Hyundai.

24 of the 29 best-selling luxury vehicles in America that were eligible to record a year-over-year increase did so. This fits well with the overall industry’s growth. The overall market grew 22% in June 2012.

Rank
Luxury Vehicle
June 2012
%
Change
Year To Date
YTD
% Change
#1
Lexus RX
8641 + 68.1% 44,017 + 10.5%
#2
BMW 3-Series
6740 – 26.4% 46,762 + 6.6%
#3
Mercedes-Benz C-Class
6506 + 40.8% 37,686 + 25.7%
#4
Mercedes-Benz E-Class
5589 – 3.6% 30,366 – 5.0%
#5
BMW 5-Series
5374 + 23.1% 27,751 + 9.7%
#6
Infiniti G
5276 + 39.4% 28,749 + 1.5%
#7
Acura MDX
5125 + 51.9% 24,117 + 8.7%
#8
Cadillac CTS
5046 + 20.2% 25,483 – 5.6%
#9
Cadillac SRX
4260 + 7.8% 25,450 – 2.9%
#10
BMW X5
4015 + 27.2% 19,981 + 25.7%
#11
Lexus ES
3780 + 75.2% 18,265 + 10.1%
#12
Audi A4
3707 + 2.7% 18,559 – 1.3%
#13
Acura TL
3377 + 47.1% 18,054 + 17.1%
#14
Hyundai Genesis
3374 + 7.1% 18,982 + 22.8%
#15
Lincoln MKZ
3137 + 32.9% 14,539 + 4.5%
#16
Acura RDX
3090 + 189% 11,273 + 59.1%
#17
Mercedes-Benz M-Class
2891 – 5.9% 20,626 + 45.4%
#18
BMW X3
2825 + 18.3% 14,417 + 13.3%
#19
Audi Q5
2780 + 60.7% 13,544 + 21.6%
#20
Volvo S60
2649 + 9.0% 12,449 + 12.7%
#21
Acura TSX
2602 + 43.9% 17,614 + 24.0%
#22
Lexus IS
2572 + 57.7% 14,194 + 9.1%
#23
Infiniti JX35
2428 —– 7725 —–
#24
Mercedes-Benz GLK
2052 + 6.3% 12,280 + 6.7%
#25
Lexus GS
2020 + 606% 11,070 + 432%
#26
Cadillac Escalade
1964 + 17.2% 10,555 – 9.3%
#27
Mercedes-Benz
GL-Class
1938 – 25.0% 11,582 + 4.9%
#28
Lincoln MKX
1922 + 8.5% 12,428 + 14.9%
#29
Audi A6
1745 + 227% 8584 + 140%
#30
Volvo XC60
1626 + 20.5% 8511 + 13.9%

Source: Manufacturers & ANDC
Red font indicates year-over-year declining sales 

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