October 2012 YTD - Top 265 Best-Selling Vehicles In America - Every Vehicle Ranked

2013 Chevrolet Silverado Extended Cab LTZ 4x4 Z71
Can the Chevrolet Silverado end 2012 with more U.S. sales than the Toyota Camry? The year-to-date standings below imply otherwise: the Camry is 7775 sales ahead through teh months. But in October the Silverado beat the Camry by 8813 sales. That's after the Chevy truck beat the midsize Toyota by 2173 sales in September and by 1575 sales in August. In other words, the Camry's lead, 20,336-units strong at the end of July, is shrinking.

Be mindful of one important fact through all of this. The Camry and Silverado are fighting it out for the number two spot. Ford's F-Series is home and free as America's best-selling vehicle for the 798th consecutive year. Yeah, it's been a while since anything other than America's favourite pickup line was America's favourite vehicle overall. The Camry has locked up the title as the best-selling car in America - the Silverado isn't a direct competitor, after all.

Honda's CR-V has tightened its grip on the crown given to America's best-selling SUV or crossover. The Ford Escape is now 13,679 sales back of the CR-V with just two months remaining. Meanwhile, the Dodge Grand Caravan is 11,194 sales ahead of the Honda Odyssey in the avidly watched minivan best seller race. October was the tenth month in 2012 (of ten) in which Dodge recorded a year-over-year increase with the Grand Caravan.

2013 Ford Fusion ruby red
The Ford Fusion, Currently America's
Best-Selling American-Badged Car
Two months from the end, the battle to finish 2012 as America's best-selling American-badged car is awfully tight. Ford is only now beginning to reap the benefits of the new Fusion; launches can be slow. But the Fusion is 1789 sales ahead of its little brother, the Focus, sales of which jumped 37% this year. Just 7134 sales behind is the Chevrolet Cruze, America's best-selling American car over the last three months. Late in the year, a Cruze surge could be enough to stop Ford from repeating with another Fusion victory. And the Cruze is surging as the Fusion lags - the small Chevy beat the midsize Ford by 6431 sales in October. 

Do remember, American workers assemble the Camry, Honda Accord, Nissan Altima, Honda Civic, and Toyota Corolla. The first-gen Ford Fusion was assembled exclusively in Mexico. Ford will begin building the new Fusion in Flat Rock, Michigan, as well.


The vehicles we've mentioned have all been some of the most popular nameplates in America. This list is 265 models long. (Use your Command+F or Cntrl+F function to search for a specific vehicle.) Other than rankings, nothing in the top 30 changed from September to October. Want other storylines? How 'bout the odd sales synchronization between the Scion tC and Mercedes-Benz GL-Class? Linked together with similar sales figures at this point last year, both have reported 2.7% year-to-date increases this year. The GL is just 64 sales ahead of the tC, having been just 56 sales ahead at the end of October 2011.

Ford's new-to-North-America C-Max did outsell the Toyota Prius V in October, as Ford has been so keen to point out, but the Prius V's headstart means the C-Max won't be challenging for year-to-date leadership until January. Oh, and the original Prius liftback sold more than three times as often as the C-Max in October. The Chevrolet Volt moved up five spots to a ranking of 126 in October. That puts the Volt ahead of the majority of vehicles, including perfectly regular mainstream cars like the Mitsubishi Lancer and Mazda 2.
2012 Dodge Challenger R/T
Halfway Through 2012 The Dodge Challenger
Was Ranked 83rd In U.S. New Vehicle Sales 
Chevrolet's Camaro slid back to 48th spot in October, the Ford Mustang held steady at 51, and the Dodge Challenger fell to 87th. Incidentally, the Challenger is just one spot behind its Italian cousin, the Fiat 500. The Fiat 500 is itself just one spot behind the Mini Cooper, a range of vehicles which includes five different bodystyles. The Ford Taurus Police Interceptor is selling more than twice as often as the Chevrolet Caprice PPV. Ford's other Police Interceptor, the Explorer, is 1622 sales ahead of the Caprice.

2013 Volkswagen Golf GTI Red
The GTI Is Volkswagen Of America's
Best-Selling Golf Variant
Speaking of Ford, five of the company's Blue Oval-wearing vehicles are in the top 30. Toyota and Chrysler also have five products among the 11 percenters. Honda and Hyundai-Kia both landed three vehicles in the upper echelon. That leaves two Nissans, one Volkswagen, and six vehicles from the leader, General Motors.

New vehicles are certainly making their late-2012 move up the standings. Chevrolet's Spark gained 10 spots from the end of September to the end of October. Also up significantly: the BMW  X1 (+12), Cadillac XTS (+12), Cadillac ATS (+13), Dodge Dart (+17), Subaru XV Crosstrek (+23), and the aforementioned Ford C-Max, which flew from 234th to 210th.

As will always be the case in the future, historic brand and corporate totals (monthly and yearly going back to 2002) are now available through the dropdown menu at GCBC's Sales Stats page, along with results for more than 260 currently sold vehicles. That's where you'll find out that GM has recorded best-ever sales months with the Chevrolet Volt in each of the last three months.

Before you start researching individual models, get to know these complete October 2012 year-to-date sales results for all 265 vehicles with verifiable U.S. sales figures. Pertinent links to other best seller posts are clickable at the bottom of the post.

Rank
Vehicle
October
2012 YTD
October 
2011 YTD
% Change
#1
Ford F-Series
520,230 468,899 + 10.9%
#2
Toyota Camry
344,714 251,564 + 37.0%

* Camry
307,437 244,850 + 25.6%

* Camry Hybrid
37,277 6714 + 455%
#3
Chevrolet Silverado
336,939 333,092 + 1.2%

* Silverado
336,535332,323+ 1.3%

* Silverado Hybrid
404769- 47.5%
#4
Honda Accord
276,196 203,603 + 35.7%
#5
Nissan Altima
258,663 222,392 + 16.3%

* Altima
258,561 219,245 + 17.9%

* Altima Hybrid
102 3147 - 96.8%
#6
Honda Civic
254,716 183,557 + 38.8%

Civic
248,602 179,922 + 38.2%

Civic Hybrid
6114 3635 + 68.2%
#7
Toyota Corolla/Matrix
243,652 203,135 + 19.9%
#8
Dodge Ram
238,815 199,010 + 20.0%
#9
Honda CR-V
233,586 180,361 + 29.5%
#10
Ford Escape
219,907 206,896 + 6.3%

* Escape
218,569 199,018 + 9.8%

* Escape Hybrid
1338 7878 - 83.0%
#11
Ford Fusion
206,855 206,533 + 0.2%

* Fusion
197,833 197,128 + 0.4%

* Fusion Hybrid
9022 9405 - 4.1%
#12
Ford Focus
205,006 149,701 + 36.9%

* Focus
204,660 149,701 + 36.7%

* Focus EV
346 ----- -----
#13
Toyota Prius Family
200,114 104,251 + 92.0%

Prius & Prius V
161,074 104,251 + 54.5%

Prius C
29,438 ----- -----

Prius Plug-In
9602 ----- -----
#14
Chevrolet Cruze
199,721 201,819 - 1.0%
#15
Hyundai Sonata
192,119 192,953 - 0.4%

* Sonata
174,828 176,910 - 1.2%

* Sonata Hybrid
17,291 16,043 + 7.8%
#16
Chevrolet Malibu
189,094 181,505 + 4.2%

* Malibu
174,852 181,481 - 3.7%

* Malibu Hybrid
14,242 24 + 59,242%
#17
Chevrolet Equinox
182,249 160,143 + 13.8%
#18
Hyundai Elantra
167,087 160,922 + 3.8%
#19
Chevrolet Impala
148,547 150,104 - 1.0%
#20
Toyota RAV4
145,103 106,800 + 35.9%

* RAV4
144,995106,800+ 35.8%

* RAV4 EV
108----------
#21
Volkswagen Jetta
140,504 150,047 - 6.4%

Jetta Sedan
121,399 126,962 - 4.4%

Jetta SportWagen
19,105 23,085 - 17.2%

* Jetta Sedan & Wagon TDI
41,434 44,714 - 7.3%
#22
Ford Explorer
132,023 108,944 + 21.2%

Explorer
127,193 108,944 + 16.8%

Explorer Police Interceptor
4830 ----- -----
#23
Kia Optima
127,676 64,353 + 98.4%

* Optima
119,024 63,950 + 86.1%

* Optima Hybrid
8652 403 + 2047%
#24
GMC Sierra
126,749 120,704 + 5.0%

* Sierra
126,593120,558+ 5.0%

* Sierra Hybrid
156146+ 6.8%
#25
Jeep Grand Cherokee
123,994 96,853 + 28.0%
#26
Jeep Wrangler
119,787 101,820 + 17.6%
#27
Dodge Grand Caravan
118,730 92,930 + 27.8%
#28
Nissan Rogue
118,199 101,412 + 16.6%
#29
Toyota Tacoma
115,063 88,826 + 29.5%
#30
Chrysler 200
109,025 72,135 + 51.1%

200
109,025 69,755 + 56.3%

Sebring
----- 2380 - 100%
Source: Manufacturers, ANDC & HybridCars.com
Red font indicates year-over-year declining sales
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Rank
Vehicle
October
2012 YTD
October
2011 YTD
% Change
#31
Honda Odyssey
107,536 86,436 + 24.4%
#32
Ford Edge
105,393 99,940 + 5.5%
#33
Mazda 3
103,223 86,280 + 19.6%
#34
Kia Soul
101,344 85,778 + 18.1%
#35
Toyota Highlander
99,390 81,106 + 22.5%

* Highlander
94,542 77,442 + 22.1%

* Highlander Hybrid
4848 3664 + 32.3%
#36
Kia Sorento
97,779 109,903 - 11.0%
#37
Chrysler Town & Country
95,850 78,255 + 22.5%
#38
Subaru Outback
95,357 83,682 + 14.0%
#39
Toyota Sienna
94,986 91,955 + 3.3%
#40
Honda Pilot
94,116 94,169 - 0.1%
#41
Nissan Versa
93,883 80,500 + 16.6%
#42
Volkswagen Passat
92,017 9933 + 826%

* Passat
70,716 8163 + 766%

* Passat TDI
21,301 1770 + 1103%
#43
Nissan Sentra
91,464 98,410 - 7.1%
#44
Toyota Tundra
83,058 67,553 + 23.0%
#45
Dodge Avenger
82,376 52,164 + 57.9%
#46
GMC Terrain
78,112 69,801 + 11.9%
#47
BMW 3-Series
78,081 78,314 - 0.3%

* 3-Series
77,223 75,378 + 2.4%

* 335d
710 2936 - 75.8%

* Active Hybrid 3
148 ----- -----
#48
Chevrolet Camaro
74,090 76,368 - 3.0%
#49
Lexus RX
73,976 63,507 + 16.5%

* RX350
64,118 54,945 + 16.7%

* RX400h
9858 8562 + 15.1%
#50
Chevrolet Traverse
72,479 90,661 - 20.1%
#51
Ford Mustang
72,149 61,516 + 17.3%
#52
Chevrolet Sonic/Aveo
70,304 34,806 + 102%

Sonic
70,241 5539 + 1168%

Aveo
63 28,547 - 99.8%
#53
GMC Acadia
69,470 67,047 + 3.6%
#54
Dodge Charger
68,409 57,779 + 18.4%
#55
Subaru Impreza
68,389 33,063 + 107%

Impreza
57,760 21,745 + 166%

Impreza WRX
10,629 11,318 - 6.1%
#56
Jeep Liberty
67,773 55,322 + 22.5%
#57
Kia Forte
67,139 67,429 - 0.4%
#58
Mercedes-Benz C-Class
65,376 53,212 + 22.9%
#59
Dodge Journey
65,306 46,734 + 39.7%
#60
Subaru Forester
61,880 61,766 + 0.2%
#61
Ford Taurus
61,737 52,976 + 16.5%

Taurus
54,765 52,976 + 3.4%

Taurus Police Interceptor
6972 ----- -----
#62
Chrysler 300
58,813 27,077 + 117%
#63
Hyundai Santa Fe
56,983 63,180 - 9.8%
#64
Hyundai Accent
54,811 45,603 + 20.2%
#65
Chevrolet Tahoe
54,407 63,696 - 14.6%
#66
Jeep Patriot
53,270 46,234 + 15.2%
#67
Nissan Maxima
50,482 48,783 + 3.5%
#68
Mercedes-Benz E-Class
50,061 52,340 - 4.4%

* E-Class
48,136 49,970 - 3.7%

* E-Class BlueTec
1925 2370 - 18.8%
#69
Infiniti G
49,490 47,207 + 4.8%

G Sedan
38,486 34,737 + 10.8%

G Coupe & Convertible
11,004 12,470 - 11.8%
#70
Buick LaCrosse
49,205 49,106 + 0.2%

* LaCrosse
38,738 48,809 - 20.6%

* LaCrosse eAssist
10,467 297 + 3424%
#71
Nissan Frontier
47,865 41,750 + 14.6%
#72
Ford Fiesta
47,475 61,349 - 22.6%
#73
Buick Enclave
45,834 48,913 - 6.3%
#74
Cadillac SRX
45745 44,845 + 2.0%
#75
BMW 5-Series
42,556 43,040 - 1.1%

* 5-Series
42,307 43,040 - 1.7%

* Active Hybrid 5
249 ----- -----
#76
Nissan Murano
42,547 43,278 - 1.7%
#77
Acura MDX
42,417 35,375 + 19.9%
#78
Honda Fit
42,351 50,790 - 16.6%

Fit
42,30350,790- 16.7%

Fit EV
48----------
#79
Lexus ES
42,105 31,260 + 34.7%

* ES350
38,354 31,260 + 22.7%

* ES300h
3751 ----- -----
#80
Hyundai Tucson
41,295 38,673 + 6.8%
#81
Cadillac CTS
40,809 45,818 - 10.9%
#82
Toyota 4Runner
39,313 36,220 + 8.5%
#83
Subaru Legacy
39,187 34,884 + 12.3%
#84
Chevrolet Suburban
37,455 37,710 - 0.7%
#85
Mini Cooper
37,239 33,760 + 10.3%

Hardtop
23,777 22,922 + 3.7%

Clubman
4844 6030 - 19.7%

Convertible
4163 4394 - 5.3%

Coupe
2553 414 + 517%

Roadster
1902 ----- -----
#86
Fiat 500
36,462 15,826 + 130%
#87
Dodge Challenger
36,309 33,254 + 9.2%
#88
Kia Rio
35,438 15,797 + 124%
#89
Volkswagen Golf
35,233 29,587 + 19.4%

GTI
14,226 14,402 - 1.2%

* Golf 2.5
9000 6899 + 30.5%

* Golf TDI
8682 8286 + 4.8%

Golf R
3325 ----- -----
#90
Toyota Venza
35,012 33,157 + 5.6%
#91
Jeep Compass
34,389 39,192 - 12.3%
#92
Chevrolet Colorado
34,220 26,078 + 31.2%
#93
BMW X5
33,922 30,044 + 12.9%

* X5
25,598 24,553 + 4.3%

* X5 xDrive35d
8324 5491 + 51.6%
#94
Dodge Durango
33,282 42,944 - 22.5%
#95
Mazda CX-5
33,150 ----- -----
#96
Buick Verano
32,648 ----- -----
#97
Kia Sportage
32,392 40,628 - 20.3%
#98
Audi A4
31,381 29,011 + 8.2%

A4
29,138 29,011 + 0.4%

A4 Allroad
2243 ----- -----
#99
Ford Expedition
31,170 32,995 - 5.5%
#100
Mazda 6
31,168 28,352 + 9.9%
#101
Hyundai Veloster
30,802 4558 + 576%
#102
Nissan Juke
30,616 30,344 + 0.9%
#103
Chevrolet Captiva Sport
30,556 2140 + 1328%
#104
Mercedes-Benz M-Class
29,966 25,726 + 16.5%

* M-Class
25,695 22,301 + 15.2%

* M-Class BlueTec
4251 3424 + 24.2%

* M-Class Hybrid
20 1 + 1900%
#105
Acura TL
29,408 25,542 + 15.1%
#106
Hyundai Genesis
29,191 27,826 + 4.9%
#107
Nissan Pathfinder
26,585 20,955 + 26.9%
#108
Toyota Yaris
26,397 22,586 + 16.9%
#109
BMW X3
25,839 21,488 + 20.2%
#110
Volkswagen Tiguan
25,606 21,737 + 17.8%
#111
Lincoln MKZ
25,088 23,011 + 9.0%

* MKZ
19,624 18,181 + 7.9%

* MKZ Hybrid
5464 4830 + 13.1%
#112
Acura TSX
24,955 24,698 + 1.0%

TSX Sedan
21,519 22,007 - 2.2%

TSX Wagon
3436 2691 + 27.7%
#113
Ford Flex
24,404 23,012 + 6.0%
#114
Volkswagen Beetle
24,005 3281 + 632%

* Beetle
23,532 3281 + 617%

* Beetle TDI
473 ----- -----
#115
Lexus IS
23,223 23,364 - 0.6%
#116
Mercedes-Benz GLK
23,084 19,501 + 18.4%
#117
Toyota Avalon
23,078 23,507 - 1.8%
#118
Acura RDX
22,460 12,294 + 82.7%
#119
Audi Q5
22,321 20,181 + 10.6%

* Q5
22,263 20,181 + 10.3%

* Q5 Hybrid
58 ----- -----
#120
Buick Regal
21,989 34,938 - 37.1%

* Regal
19,817 34,938 - 43.3%

* Regal eAssist
2172 ----- -----
#121
GMC Yukon
21,438 27,295 - 21.5%

* Yukon
21,013 26,767 - 21.5%

* Yukon Hybrid
425 528 - 19.5%
#122
Lincoln MKX
20,382 18,731 + 8.8%
#123
Mercedes-Benz GL-Class
19,854 19,324 + 2.7%

* GL-Class
14,928 15,073 - 1.0%

* GL-Class BlueTec
4926 4251 + 15.9%
#124
Scion tC
19,790 19,268 + 2.7%
#125
Chevrolet Avalanche
19,480 15,685 + 24.2%
#126
Chevrolet Volt
19,309 5003 + 286%
#127
Ford Ranger
19,220 57,058 - 66.3%
#128
Volvo S60
19,146 17,545 + 9.1%
#129
Mazda CX-9
18,804 27,553 - 31.8%
#130
Cadillac Escalade
18,269 19,985 - 8.6%

Escalade
10,284 11,915 - 13.7%

Escalade ESV
6463 6492 - 0.4%

Escalade EXT
1522 1578 - 3.5%
#131
Nissan Titan
17,988 17,462 + 3.0%
#132
GMC Yukon XL
17,963 19,273 - 6.8%
#133
Lexus GS
17,538 3346 + 424%

* GS
17,043 3119 + 446%

* GS450h
495 227 + 118%
#134
Volkswagen CC
17,253 25,354 - 32.0%
#135
Mini Countryman
17,180 13,290 + 29.3%
#136
Scion xB
17,055 14,371 + 18.7%
#137
Honda Crosstour
16,758 15,566 + 7.7%
#138
Infiniti JX35
16,437 ----- -----
#139
Kia Sedona
15,598 20,776 - 24.9%
#140
Audi A6
15,529 7890 + 96.8%
#141
Nissan Quest
15,402 9293 + 65.7%
#142
Volvo XC60
15,312 11,030 + 38.8%
#143
Lexus CT200h
14,811 10,363 + 42.9%
#144
Mitsubishi Outlander Sport
14,801 13,776 + 7.4%
#145
Dodge Dart
14,709 ----- -----
#146
Nissan Xterra
14,500 14,608 - 0.7%
#147
Audi A5
14,313 13,118 + 9.1%
#148
Nissan Armada
14,121 14,595 - 3.2%
#149
Mitsubishi Lancer
14,024 17,358 - 19.2%
#150
Mazda 2
13,853 11,809 + 17.3%
#151
Land Rover Range Rover Sport
12,854 11,990 + 7.2%
#152
Mitsubishi Galant
12,667 14,399 - 12.0%
#153
Porsche Cayenne
12,031 11,063 + 8.7%

* Cayenne
10,243 9721 + 5.4%

* Cayenne Hybrid
988 1342 - 26.4%

* Cayenne Diesel
800 ----- -----
#154
Chevrolet Corvette
11,737 11,216 + 4.6%
#155
Mazda CX-7
11,327 30,642 - 63.0%
#156
Honda Ridgeline
11,225 7356 + 52.6%
#157
Toyota FJ Cruiser
10,981 11,452 - 4.1%
#158
Infiniti QX56
10,957 10,247 + 6.9%
#159
Suzuki SX4
10,633 10,360 + 2.6%
#160
Mazda 5
10,454 16,967 - 38.4%
#161
Toyota Sequoia
10,255 9796 + 4.7%
#162
Dodge Caliber
10,113 32,430 - 68.8%
#163
Lincoln MKS
10,109 9824 + 2.9%
#164
Cadillac XTS
9696 ----- -----
#165
Mercedes-Benz S-Class
9310 9804 - 5.0%

* S-Class
8525 9477 - 10.0%

* S-Class BlueTec
678 74 + 816%

* S-Class Hybrid
107 253 - 57.7%
#166
Scion xD
9280 7920 + 17.2%
#167
Volkswagen Routan
9087 11,241 - 19.2%
#168
BMW 7-Series
8737 8853 - 1.3%

* 7-Series
8517 8591 - 0.9%

* Active Hybrid 7
220 262- 16.0%
#169
Lexus GX460
8629 9314 - 7.4%
#170
Scion FR-S
8572 ----- -----
#171
Chevrolet Spark
8447 ----- -----
#172
Audi Q7
8354 7474 + 11.8%

* Q7
5757 4279 + 34.5%

* Q7 TDI
2597 3195 - 18.7%
#173
smart fortwo
8309 4084 + 103%

* fortwo
8173 3979 + 105%

* fortwo EV
136 105 + 29.5%
#174
Infiniti FX
8245 7718 + 6.8%
#175
GMC Canyon
8090 8412 - 3.8%
#176
Volkswagen Touareg
8077 5578 + 44.8%

* Touareg
3988 2660 + 49.9%

* Touareg TDI
3901 2578 + 51.3%

* Touareg Hybrid
188 340 - 44.7%
#177
Volvo XC90
7848 8772 - 10.5%
#178
Hyundai Veracruz
7683 7585 + 1.3%
#179
Scion iQ
7680 ----- -----
#180
Acura ILX
7658 ----- -----

ILX
6979 ----- -----

ILX Hybrid
679 ----- -----
#181
Infiniti M
7497 8813 - 14.9%

* M35/M56
6953 8535 + 18.5%

* M35h
544 278 + 95.7%
#182
Porsche 911
7244 5198 + 39.4%
#183
Audi A7
7019 4752 + 47.7%
#184
Land Rover Range Rover Evoque
6880 821 + 738%
#185
Hyundai Azera
6833 1448 + 372%
#186
Nissan Leaf
6791 8048 - 15.6%
#187
Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class
6708 4269 + 57.1%
#188
Lincoln Navigator
6614 6356 + 4.1%
#189
Mitsubishi Outlander
6527 8149 - 19.9%
#190
Nissan 370Z
6482 6523 - 0.6%
#191
Land Rover Range Rover
6457 8080 - 20.1%
#192
Porsche Panamera
6451 5795 + 11.3%

* Panamera
5994 5795 + 3.4%

* Panamera Hybrid
457 ----- -----
#193
Audi A3
6408 5435 + 17.9%

* A3 TDI
3458 3013 + 14.8%

* A3
2950 2422 + 21.8%
#194
BMW 1-Series
6313 7251 - 12.9%

* 1-Series
56427251- 22.2%

* ActiveE
671----------
#195
Nissan Cube
6287 13,850 - 54.6%
#196
BMW 6-Series
6252 2631 + 138%
#197
Land Rover LR4
5979 6504 - 8.1%
#198
Lincoln MKT
5904 4126 + 43.1%
#199
Lexus LS
5750 7558 - 23.9%

* LS460
5704 7496 - 23.9%

* LS600hL
46 62 - 34.3%
#200
Mazda MX-5 Miata
5542 5041 + 9.9%
#201
Volkswagen Eos
5529 6730 - 17.8%
#202
Honda Insight
5298 14,110 - 62.5%
#203
BMW X6
4897 4907 - 0.2%

* X6
4894 4866 + 0.6%

* ActiveHybrid X6
3 41 - 92.7%
#204
Suzuki Kizashi
4700 5925 - 20.7%
#205
Jaguar XF
4658 4273 + 9.0%
#206
Audi A8
4561 4561 0.0%
#207
Volvo XC70
4402 4699 - 6.3%
#208
Suzuki Grand Vitara
4283 4097 + 4.5%
#209
Jaguar XJ
4197 4506 - 6.9%
#210
Ford C-Max
4151 ----- -----

* C-Max Hybrid
4007----- -----

* C-Max Energi
144----- -----
#211
Lexus LX570
4126 2578 + 60.0%
#212
BMW X1
4053 ----- -----
#213
Volvo C70
3941 4316 - 8.7%
#214
Mercedes-Benz SL-Class
3823 1271 + 201%
#215
Mercedes-Benz SLK-Class
3723 2748 + 35.5%
#216
Honda CR-Z
3705 10,461 - 64.6%
#217
Ford Crown Victoria
3650 44,919 - 91.9%
#218
Hyundai Equus
3281 2568 + 27.8%
#219
Dodge Nitro
3269 20,784 - 84.3%
#220
Chevrolet Caprice PPV
3208 614 + 422%
#221
Subaru BRZ
3120 ----- -----
#222
Volvo S80
2805 4300 - 34.8%
#223
Infiniti EX
2727 5058 - 46.1%
#224
Land Rover LR2
2633 2141 + 23.0%
#225
Toyota Land Cruiser
2333 1363 + 71.2%
#226
Volvo C30
2321 2890 - 19.7%
#227
BMW Z4
2198 3024 - 27.3%
#228
Porsche Boxster
2052 1681 + 22.1%
#229
Subaru XV Crosstrek
1927 ----- -----
#230
Cadillac ATS
1877 ----- -----
#231
Audi TT
1815 1856 - 2.2%
#232
Subaru Tribeca
1722 2236 - 23.0%
#233
Suzuki Equator
1561 1802 - 13.4%
#234
Mercedes-Benz R-Class
1457 2126 - 31.5%

* R-Class
1095 1690 - 35.2%

* R-Class BlueTec
362 436 - 17.0%
#235
Jaguar XK
1394 1445 - 3.5%
#236
Mitsubishi Eclipse
1127 7226 - 84.4%

Eclipse
685 4224 - 83.8%

Eclipse Spyder
442 3002 - 85.3%
#237
Nissan GT-R
1054 1203 - 12.4%
#238
Buick Lucerne
970 18,822 - 94.8%
#239
Lincoln Town Car
937 8887 - 89.5%
#240
Mercedes-Benz G-Class
911 1077 - 15.4%
#241
Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG
734 467 + 57.2%
#242
Audi R8
701 928 - 24.5%
#243
Acura ZDX
688 1351 - 49.1%
#244
Lexus HS250h
644 2383 - 73.0%
#245
Mercedes-Benz CL-Class
589 807 - 27.0%
#246
Mazda Tribute
503 2292 - 78.1%

* Tribute
413 1880 - 78.0%

* Tribute Hybrid
90 412 - 78.2%
#247
Dodge Dakota
490 11,299 - 95.7%
#248
Mitsubishi Endeavor
488 9345 - 94.8%
#249
Mitsubishi i MiEV
469 ----- -----
#250
Cadillac DTS
463 11,159 - 95.9%
#251
Porsche Cayman
448 1197 - 62.6%
#252
Acura RL
350 1001 - 65.0%
#253
Cadillac STS
158 3166 - 95.0%
#254
Mazda RX-8
80 705 - 88.7%
#255
Volvo S40
51 2926 - 98.3%
#256
Lexus LFA
36 48 - 25.0%
#257
Chevrolet HHR
21 36,839 - 99.9%
#258
Dodge Viper
20 156 - 87.2%
#259
Chevrolet Cobalt
11 850 - 98.7%
#260
Suzuki XL7
10 45 - 77.8%
#261
Mercedes-Benz B-Class
7 18 - 61.1%
#262
Honda FCX
5 2 + 150%
#263
Honda Element
3 11,455 - 100%
#264
Lexus SC430
2 18 - 88.9%
#265
Suzuki Forenza/Reno
1 1 0.0%
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Total
11,749,475 10,328,821 + 13.8%
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242,950 211,598 + 14.8%
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Overall Market
11,992,425 10,540,419 + 13.8%
Source: Manufacturers, ANDC, & HybridCars.com
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 October were 680, 1500, 400, 200, 39, and 320, respectively. HybridCars.com estimates that Tesla Model S sales have totalled 500 units so far this year. Total Maserati and Bentley volume is reported, but not by specific models.
* = unconfirmed by manufacturer's monthly report

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2 comments:

  1. Nice report. I think maybe the second column should be Oct 2011 YTD?

    ReplyDelete
  2. Timothy Cain11/10/2012 1:46 pm

    Fixed, thanks.

    ReplyDelete

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