June 2012 YTD Top 260 Best-Selling Vehicles In America - Every Vehicle Ranked

2013 Dodge Dart
The Ford Mustang continued its rise up the U.S. auto sales rankings in June 2012, reaching 47th spot at the end of six months, three positions ahead of where the Mustang was slotted at the end of May. At this pace Ford's muscle car will end the year close to, or in, the top 40. Yet of greater importance to Ford is the position of its best-selling model, the best-selling vehicle line in America. 

Ford F-Series sales are up 14% this year in a market that's grown 15%, and its year-to-date lead over the second-ranked Toyota Camry grew to 87,238 sales in June. HybridCars.com says 23,550 of the Camrys sold in the United States in the first six months of 2012 were hybrids. During the same period, Hybridcars.com says Chevrolet sold 6968 Malibu Hybrids while Hyundai sold 10,567 of their Sonata Hybrids, Ford 4988 Fusion Hybrids, and Honda 4118 Civic Hybrids. 
2012 Volkswagen Touareg TDI White
Oh, and Volkswagen found 24,438 buyers for their Jetta TDI. That's down 9.2% year-over-year. Throw in another 11,367 Passat TDI buyers, 4848 Golf TDI sales, 2280 buyers who chose the Touareg TDI, and 128 sales of the Touareg Hybrid and you've found 21% of Volkswagen's total U.S. volume. There's other important information Volkswagen shares regarding the Jetta: 10,684 of the Jetta's 91,752-unit total is SportWagen-derived. 52.4% of the Golf's total stems from the GTI and Golf R.


The Ford Escape just enjoyed its best sales month in history, as did the Jeep Wrangler. The gap between the 22nd-ranked Ford Explorer and 23rd-ranked Jeep Grand Cherokee has grown to 604 units, excluding the Explorer Police Interceptor. Without the Prius C and Prius V, Toyota's Prius (and Prius Plug-In) would slot in ahead of the Jetta but behind Toyota's own RAV4. Dodge's Grand Caravan remains the best-selling minivan in America, especially when linked to the Chrysler Town & Country. Numbers for key pairs are visible at the bottom of this post. (Suggestions on which pairs to include and which to remove?) The Toyota Tacoma held the Ford Edge out of the top 30 for the second consecutive month. BMW's 48th-ranked 3-Series is still the most popular premium brand vehicle in the United States. 
2013 Ford Mustang GT Convertible grille
And the newbies? Cadillac's XTS is up in 230th after going on sale in June. The Dodge Dart resides in 247th, just behind the Acura RL. From 246th at the end of May, the Scion FR-S is now in 203rd after a stellar June 2012. The Subaru BRZ moved up to 225th and the Acura ILX to 220th.
2013 Porsche Boxster S rear three quarter view
Historical monthly and yearly sales figures for all these models can be accessed free of charge through the first dropdown menu at GCBC's Sales Stats home or near the top right of this page. Most cars have also undergone comparisons with their classmates over the last couple of weeks - those segment breakdowns can also be found through the Sales Stats page or in GoodCarBadCar's U.S. June 2012 section. Check out the rankings as they stood at the end of last month here. Scroll past the top 30 by clicking here. Italicized unranked lines are nothing more than available breakdowns, already included in the model's total, not in addition to the model's total.

Rank
Vehicle
June
2012 YTD
June
2011 YTD
% Change
#1
Ford F-Series
301,141 264,079 + 14.0%
#2
Toyota Camry
213,903 147,469 + 45.0%
#3
Chevrolet Silverado
194,508 182,785 + 6.4%
#4
Honda Civic
162,582 127,571 + 27.4%
#5
Nissan Altima
157,101 131,842 + 19.2%
#6
Honda Accord
155,178 127,105 + 22.1%
#7
Toyota Corolla/Matrix
151,726 136,747 + 11.0%
#8
Honda CR-V
146,682 110,916 + 32.2%
#9
Chevrolet Malibu
141,437 122,783 + 15.2%
#10
Dodge Ram
138,581 111,898 + 23.8%
#11
Ford Fusion
136,849 131,686 + 3.9%
#12
Ford Focus
131,423 98,024 + 34.1%
#13
Ford Escape
127,167 122,607 + 3.7%
#14
Toyota Prius
126,654 66,520 + 90.4%

Prius C
16,231 ----- -----

Prius Plug-In
4333 ----- -----
#15
Hyundai Sonata
117,412 115,014 + 2.1%
#16
Chevrolet Cruze
113,884 122,972 - 7.4%
#17
Chevrolet Equinox
110,890 95,838 + 15.7%
#18
Chevrolet Impala
98,495 103,644 - 5.0%
#19
Hyundai Elantra
97,769 103,301 - 5.4%
#20
Toyota RAV4
89,438 73,155 + 22.3%
#21
Volkswagen Jetta
83,203 91,752 - 9.3%
#22
Ford Explorer
77,894 65,823 + 18.3%
#23
Jeep Grand Cherokee
75,117 54,370 + 38.2%
#24
Kia Optima
73,158 36,617 + 99.8%
#25
GMC Sierra
72,945 67,598 + 7.9%
#26
Nissan Rogue
71,838 57,911 + 24.0%
#27
Jeep Wrangler
70,871 53,236 + 33.1%
#28
Chrysler 200
69,102 34,851 + 98.3%
#29
Dodge Grand Caravan
68,964 56,970 + 21.1%
#30
Toyota Tacoma
67,153 52,895 + 27.0%
Source: Manufacturers & ANDC 
Red font indicates year-over-year declining sales
Check out the whole list!

Rank
Vehicle
June
2012 YTD
June
2011 YTD
% Change
#31
Ford Edge
65,436 59,954 + 9.1%
#32
Kia Soul
63,635 54,987 + 15.7%
#33
Honda Odyssey
61,756 52,968 + 16.6%
#34
Nissan Versa
60,919 45,886 + 32.8%
#35
Mazda 3
59,527 51,544 + 15.5%
#36
Toyota Sienna
58,985 54,945 + 7.4%
#37
Chrysler Town & Country
57,851 46,208 + 25.2%
#38
Kia Sorento
57,524 61,778 - 6.9%
#39
Toyota Highlander
57,444 47,937 + 19.8%
#40
Nissan Sentra
55,984 65,130 - 14.0%
#41
Volkswagen Passat
55,065 220 + 24,930%
#42
Honda Pilot
54,876 51,618 + 6.3%
#43
Subaru Outback
54,054 51,239 + 5.5%
#44
Dodge Avenger
52,862 30,473 + 73.5%
#45
Chevrolet Camaro
49,697 48,761 + 1.9%
#46
Chevrolet Traverse
48,866 50,027 - 2.3%
#47
Ford Mustang
48,624 39,041 + 24.5%
#48
BMW 3-Series
46,762 43,862 + 6.6%
#49
Subaru Impreza
46,702 21,110 + 121%
#50
GMC Terrain
46,602 41,364 + 12.7%
#51
Dodge Charger
45,763 37,841 + 20.9%
#52
Toyota Tundra
45,111 39,848 + 13.2%
#53
Lexus RX
44,017 39,838 + 10.5%
#54
Jeep Liberty
42,339 31,300 + 35.3%
#55
Chevrolet Sonic/Aveo
42,296 21,266 + 98.9%
#56
GMC Acadia
42,160 39,811 + 5.9%
#57
Chrysler 300
40,801 13,681 + 198%
#58
Kia Forte
40,800 43,022 - 5.2%
#59
Ford Taurus
38,221 33,683 + 13.5%
#60
Mercedes-Benz C-Class
37,686 29,981 + 25.7%
#61
Subaru Forester
37,096 37,142 - 0.1%
#62
Dodge Journey
36,751 27,105 + 35.6%
#63
Hyundai Accent
36,470 24,018 + 51.8%
#64
Hyundai Santa Fe
34,440 34,821 - 1.1%
#65
Chevrolet Tahoe
33,274 34,013 - 2.2%
#66
Jeep Patriot
32,707 29,153 + 12.2%
#67
Ford Fiesta
31,326 42,129 - 25.6%
#68
Buick LaCrosse
30,892 29,327 + 5.3%
#69
Mercedes-Benz E-Class
30,366 31,960 - 5.0%
#70
Nissan Maxima
30,104 26,515 + 13.5%
#71
Nissan Frontier
29,385 23,439 + 25.4%
#72
Infiniti G
28,749 28,316 + 1.5%
#73
Buick Enclave
27,866 28,004 - 0.5%
#74
BMW 5-Series
27,751 25,287 + 9.7%
#75
Nissan Murano
27,179 24,662 + 10.2%
#76
Cadillac CTS
25,483 27,005 - 5.6%
#77
Cadillac SRX
25,450 26,200 - 2.9%
#78
Mazda 6
25,369 15,572 + 62.9%
#79
Honda Fit
24,290 34,418 - 29.4%
#80
Subaru Legacy
24,272 21,284 + 14.0%
#81
Acura MDX
24,117 22,195 + 8.7%
#82
Hyundai Tucson
23,833 23,537 + 1.3%
#83
Dodge Challenger
23,451 20,161 + 16.3%
#84
Chevrolet Suburban
23,068 18,606 + 24.0%
#85
Mini Cooper
22,799 21,670 + 5.2%
Hardtop
14,729 15,105 - 2.5%

Clubman
2823 3950 - 28.5%

Convertible
2692 2615 + 2.9%

Coupe
1565 ----- -----

Roadster
990 ----- -----
#86
Toyota 4Runner
22,488 21,935 + 2.5%
#87
Kia Rio
22,396 11,933 + 87.7%
#88
Chevrolet Colorado
21,457 16,114 + 33.2%
#89
Dodge Durango
21,446 23,571 - 9.0%
#90
Volkswagen Golf
20,883 17,767 + 17.5%
#91
Fiat 500
20,706 4944 + 319%
#92
Mercedes-Benz M-Class
20,626 14,189 + 45.4%
#93
Kia Sportage
20,582 25,369 - 18.9%
#94
Jeep Compass
20,513 20,761 - 1.2%
#95
BMW X5
19,981 15,895 + 25.7%
#96
Toyota Yaris
19,971 11,689 + 70.9%
#97
Toyota Venza
19,503 17,950 + 8.7%
#98
Hyundai Genesis
18,982 15,454 + 22.8%
#99
Hyundai Veloster
18,829 ----- -----
#100
Nissan Juke
18,728 17,464 + 7.2%
#101
Ford Expedition
18,613 18,688 - 0.4%
#102
Audi A4
18,559 18,811 - 1.3%
#103
Ford Ranger
18,442 30,032 - 38.6%
#104
Lexus ES
18,265 16,596 + 10.1%
#105
Acura TL
18,053 15,414 + 17.1%
#106
Chevrolet Captiva Sport
17,921 ----- -----
#107
Acura TSX
17,614 14,209 + 24.0%
#108
Toyota Avalon
16,651 13,441 + 23.9%
#109
Ford Flex
16,489 13,803 + 19.5%
#110
Mazda CX-5
16,031 ----- -----
#111
Buick Verano
15,669 ----- -----
#112
Nissan Pathfinder
15,350 12,242 + 25.4%
#113
Volkswagen Tiguan
14,940 14,031 + 6.5%
#114
Buick Regal
14,828 21,988 - 32.6%
#115
Lincoln MKZ
14,539 13,916 + 4.5%
#116
BMW X3
14,417 12,725 + 13.3%
#117
Lexus IS
14,194 13,015 + 9.1%
#118
Audi Q5
13,544 11,135 + 21.6%
#119
GMC Yukon
12,662 15,164 - 16.5%
#120
Volkswagen Beetle
12,654 1041 + 1116%
#121
Volvo S60
12,449 11,048 + 12.7%
#122
Lincoln MKX
12,428 10,813 + 14.9%
#123
Mercedes-Benz GLK
12,280 11,512 + 6.7%
#124
Mercedes-Benz GL-Class
11,582 11,036 + 4.9%
#125
Scion tC
11,559 12,885 - 10.3%
#126
Acura RDX
11,273 7087 + 59.15
#127
Mazda CX-9
11,108 15,539 - 28.5%
#128
Lexus GS
11,070 2080 + 432%
#129
Chevrolet Avalanche
11,002 8718 + 26.2%
#130
Nissan Quest
10,743 5192 + 107%
#131
Nissan Titan
10,679 8878 + 20.3%
#132
Mazda CX-7
10,659 15,586 - 31.6%
#133
Mitsubishi Galant
10,626 10,307 + 3.1%
#134
Kia Sedona
10,612 11,006 - 3.6%
#135
Cadillac Escalade
10,555 11,638 - 9.3%
#136
Scion xB
10,206 8580 + 19.0%
#137
Mazda 2
10,151 7440 + 36.4%
#138
Nissan Armada
9474 8729 + 8.5%
#139
Lexus CT200h
9446 3768 + 151%
#140
Mini Countryman
9260 8146 + 13.7%
#141
Dodge Caliber
8982 21,505 - 58.2%
#142
GMC Yukon XL
8975 9125 - 1.6%
#143
Honda Crosstour
8963 10,041 - 10.7%
#144
Chevrolet Volt
8817 2745 + 221%
#145
Volkswagen CC
8757 16,342 - 46.4%
#146
Nissan Xterra
8686 7983 + 8.8%
#147
Audi A6
8584 3577 + 140%
#148
Volvo XC60
8511 7474 + 13.9%
#149
Mitsubishi Lancer
8495 10,416 - 18.4%
#150
Mitsubishi Outlander Sport
8050 7843 + 2.6%
#151
Audi A5
8002 7820 + 2.3%
#152
Infiniti JX35
7725 ----- -----
#153
Honda Ridgeline
7269 5185 + 40.2%
#154
Land Rover Range Rover Sport
7207 6969 + 3.4%
#155
Chevrolet Corvette
7022 6896 + 1.8%
#156
Mazda 5
6945 11,781 - 41.0%
#157
Lincoln MKS
6804 5179 + 31.4%
#158
Porsche Cayenne
6487 6877 - 5.7%
#159
Infiniti QX56
6469 5633 + 14.8%
#160
Suzuki SX4
6457 6053 + 6.7%
#161
Toyota FJ Cruiser
6378 6871 - 7.2%
#162
Toyota Sequoia
6249 5895 + 6.0%
#163
GMC Canyon
5641 4148 + 36.0%
#164
BMW 7-Series
5604 5450 + 2.8%
#165
Mercedes-Benz S-Class
5510 5562 - 0.9%
#166
Scion xD
5502 5156 + 6.7%
#167
Scion iQ
5084 ----- -----
#168
Volkswagen Routan
5022 6163 - 18.5%
#169
Infiniti M
4941 5475 - 9.8%
#170
Lexus GX460
4888 5636 - 13.3%
#171
Volvo XC90
4838 5082 - 4.8%
#172
Porsche 911
4833 3303 + 46.3%
#173
smart fortwo
4748 2556 + 85.8%
#174
Infiniti FX
4697 4940 - 4.9%
#175
Volkswagen Touareg
4514 3094 + 45.9%
#176
Nissan 370Z
4473 4545 - 1.6%
#177
Audi Q7
4449 4714 - 5.6%
#178
Land Rover Range Rover Evoque
4355 ----- -----
#179
Audi A7
4249 1992 + 113%
#180
BMW 1-Series
4164 4593 - 9.3%
#181
Land Rover Range Rover
4160 5048 - 17.6%
#182
Porsche Panamera
4105 3522 + 16.6%
#183
Nissan Cube
4085 11,492 - 64.5%
#184
Mitsubishi Outlander
4067 4799 - 15.3%
#185
Honda Insight
4041 11,158 - 63.8%
#186
Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class
3928 1328 + 196%
#187
Lincoln Navigator
3856 3793 + 1.7%
#188
Hyundai Veracruz
3783 4165 - 9.2%
#189
Land Rover LR4
3764 4070 - 7.5%
#190
Volkswagen Eos
3688 3715 - 0.7%
#191
Lincoln MKT
3648 2507 + 45.5%
#192
Audi A3
3578 3367 + 6.3%
#193
BMW 6-Series
3577 1112 + 222%
#194
Mazda MX-5 Miata
3426 3085 + 11.1%
#195
Hyundai Azera
3166 1095 + 189%
#196
Nissan LEAF
3148 3875 - 18.8%
#197
Dodge Nitro
3137 12,158 - 74.2%
#198
Lexus LS
3036 4201 - 27.7%
#199
Suzuki Kizashi
30183745- 19.4%
#200
Jaguar XF
2973 2406 + 23.6%
#201
Volvo C70
2864 2964 - 3.4%
#202
BMW X6
2836 2747 + 3.2%
#203
Scion FR-S
2770 ----- -----
#204
Jaguar XJ
2668 3044 - 12.4%
#205
Volvo XC70
2622 2570 + 2.0%
#206
Ford Crown Victoria
2577 30,236 - 91.5%
#207
Lexus LX570
2568 1473 + 74.35
#208
Suzuki Grand Vitara
2562 2551 + 0.4%
#209
Audi A8
2548 2850 - 10.6%
#210
Honda CR-Z
2404 8012 - 70.0%
#211
Mercedes-Benz SLK
2264 1092 + 107%
#212
Hyundai Equus
1985 1392 + 42.6%
#213
Volvo S80
1917 2533 - 24.3%
#214
Infiniti EX
1796 2904 - 38.2%
#215
Mercedes-Benz SL-Class
1575 950 + 65.8%
#216
Land Rover LR2
1505 1205 + 24.9%
#217
BMW Z4
1412 2034 - 30.6%
#218
Mercedes-Benz R-Class
1370 1818 - 24.6%
#219
Volvo C30
1367 1634 - 16.3%
#220
Acura ILX
1249 ----- -----
#221
Toyota Land Cruiser
1189 860 + 38.3%
#222
Chevrolet Caprice PPV
1180 65 + 1715%
#223
Audi TT
1142 1043 + 9.5%
#224
Subaru Tribeca
1091 1274 - 14.4%
#225
Subaru BRZ
1089 ----- -----
#226
Suzuki Equator
948 1017 - 6.8%
#227
Buick Lucerne
943 14,280 - 93.4%
#228
Mitsubishi Eclipse
884 5319 - 83.4%
#229
Jaguar XK
865 960 - 9.9%
#230
Cadillac XTS
753 ----- -----
#231
Lincoln Town Car
687 5795 - 88.1%
#232
Porsche Boxster
624 1112 - 43.9%
#233
Lexus HS250h
622 1357 - 54.2%
#234
Nissan GT-R
583 827 - 29.5%
#235
Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG
559 348 + 60.6%
#236
Audi R8
503 600 - 16.2%
#237
Mazda Tribute
501 1353 - 63.0%
#238
Mercedes-Benz G-Class
461 633 - 27.2%
#239
Dodge Dakota
459 8200 - 94.4%
#240
Cadillac DTS
429 8738 - 95.1%
#241
Mitsubishi Endeavor
418 5431 - 92.3%
#242
Acura ZDX
416 950 - 56.2%
#243
Porsche Cayman
401 728 - 44.9%
#244
Mercedes-Benz CL-Class
387 508 - 23.8%
#245
Mitsubishi i MiEV
333 ----- -----
#246
Acura RL
214 825 - 74.1%
#247
Dodge Dart
202 ----- -----
#248
Cadillac STS
142 2529 - 94.4%
#249
Mazda RX-8
80 479 - 83.3%
#250
Volvo S40
50 2474 - 98.0%
#251
Lexus LFA
24 29 - 17.2%
T252
Dodge Viper
20 114 - 82.5%
T252
Chevrolet HHR
20 35,502 - 99.9%
#254
Chevrolet Cobalt
11 814 - 98.6%
#255
Suzuki XL7
8 35 - 77.1%
#256
Mercedes-Benz B-Class
7 2 + 250%
#257
Honda Element
3 7767 - 99.96%
#258
Honda FCX
2 ----- -----
#259
Lexus SC430
2 17 - 88.2%
#260
Suzuki Forenza/Reno
1 1 0.0%
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Total
7,120,400 6,204,161 + 14.8%
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Commercial Vans
151,696 128,980 + 17.6%
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Overall Market
7,272,096 6,333,141 + 14.8%
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Chevrolet Silverado/GMC Sierra
268,453


Hyundai Sonata/Kia Optima
190,570


Honda Accord/Crosstour
164,141


Chevrolet Equinox/GMC Terrain
157,492


Dodge Grand Caravan /
Chrysler Town & Country
126,815


Chrysler 200/Dodge Avenger
121,964


Subaru Outback/Legacy
78,326


Hyundai Accent/Kia Rio
58,866


Chevrolet Tahoe/GMC Yukon
45,936


Hyundai Tucson/Kia Sportage
44,415


Chevrolet Suburban / 
GMC Yukon XL
32,043


Nissan Frontier/Suzuki Equator
30,333


Chevrolet Colorado/GMC Canyon
27,098


Audi A4/A5
26,561


Audi A6/A7
12,833


Mercedes-Benz S-Class/CL-Class
5897


Scion FR-S/Subaru BRZ
3859


Porsche Boxster/Cayman
1025

Source: Manufacturers & ANDC
Red font indicates year-over-year declining sales
Italicized unranked lines are nothing more than available breakdowns, already included in the model's total, not in addition to the model's total. Sales data for brands such as Aston Martin, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Lotus, Maybach, Rolls-Royce etc. are unfortunately not broken down by model. ANDC estimates say sales for those brands through June were 408, 870, 174, 120, 24, and 192, respectively. Total Maserati and Bentley volume is reported, but not by specific models.

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