November 2012 Top 30 Best-Selling Vehicles In America

2013 BMW 335i red front end
For The Second Consecutive Month,
The BMW 3-Series Was America's
28th-Best-Selling Vehicle
America's 20 best-selling vehicles in November 2012 accounted for 38.7% of all new vehicle sales. The Ford F-Series alone was responsible for just under 5% of November 2012 auto sales. The Honda Civic and Honda CR-V were America's best-selling car and best-selling SUV in November. Together they accounted for 4.6% of America's overall new vehicle market.

Dropping off this list of America's 30 best-selling vehicles from October: Chevrolet Malibu, Honda Odyssey, Subaru Outback, Dodge Grand Caravan. Taking their places on the November list were the Volkswagen Passat, Chevrolet Impala, Kia Sorento, and the Nissan Rogue. 

All 265 Vehicles Ranked By U.S. November 2012 YTD Sales

U.S. best seller market share pie chart November 2012
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No vehicle in the top 30 posted a greater year-over-year gain than Honda's Accord, with its 83% jump. No vehicle fell harder than the Chevrolet Silverado. Its 10% drop equals 3577 fewer sales.

Every vehicle's historic monthly and yearly sales figures, in both the U.S. and Canada, can be accessed through the dropdown search menu at GCBC's Sales Stats home. There are pertinent links at the bottom of this post, but it's also very easy to find every best seller list ever published by GoodCarBadCar at the Best Sellers page.

Rank
Vehicle
November 2012
%
Change
Year
To Date
YTD
% Change
#1
Ford F-Series
56,299 + 17.9% 576,529 + 11.6%
#2
Chevrolet Silverado
30,674 - 10.4% 367,613 + 0.1%
#3
Honda Civic
30,075 + 75.5% 284,791 + 41.9%
#4
Toyota Camry
28,765 + 22.7% 373,479 + 35.8%
#5
Honda Accord
26,248 + 82.8% 302,444 + 38.8%
#6
Dodge Ram
24,337 + 23.3% 263,152 + 20.3%
#7
Toyota Corolla/Matrix
22,616 + 40.3% 266,268 + 21.4%
#8
Honda CR-V
22,333 + 36.0% 255,919 + 30.0%
#9
Ford Escape
20,970 - 3.9% 240,877 + 5.3%
#10
Nissan Altima
20,305 - 1.5% 278,968 + 14.8%
#11
Ford Focus
18,312 + 56.0% 223,318 + 38.3%
#12
Hyundai Sonata
17,660 + 12.7% 209,779 + 0.6%
#13
Chevrolet Equinox
16,821 + 12.6% 199,070 + 13.7%
#14
Chevrolet Cruze
16,807 + 27.0% 216,528 + 0.7%
#15
Toyota Prius
16,505 + 8.5% 216,619 + 81.3%

Prius Liftback
8925 n/a n/a n/a

Prius C
3124 ----- 32,562 -----

Prius V
2690 n/a n/a n/a

Prius Plug-In
1766 ----- 11,368 -----
#16
Hyundai Elantra
15,923 + 28.3% 183,010 + 5.6%
#17
Ford Fusion
15,125 - 24.0% 221,980 - 2.0%
#18
Ford Explorer
14,940 + 15.9% 146,963 + 20.6%
#19
Volkswagen Jetta
14,259 + 10.6% 154,763 - 5.0%
#20
Jeep Grand Cherokee
13,619 + 0.5% 137,613 + 24.7%
#21
Kia Optima
12,715 + 33.4% 140,391 + 90.0%
#22
Nissan Rogue
12,662 + 16.8% 130,861 + 16.6%
#23
Toyota RAV4
12,423 + 9.6% 157,526 + 33.3%
#24
Toyota Tacoma
12,272 + 26.0% 127,335 + 29.2%
#25
GMC Sierra
11,726 - 2.0% 138,475 + 4.4%
#26
Chevrolet Impala
11,163 + 2.9% 159,710 - 0.8%
#27
Kia Sorento
10,851 + 12.2% 108,630 - 9.2%
#28
BMW 3-Series
10,776 + 42.4% 88,857 + 3.5%
#29
Volkswagen Passat
10,544 + 75.2% 102,561 + 543%
#30
Jeep Wrangler
10,337 + 12.1% 130,124 + 17.2%
Source: Manufacturers
Red font indicates year-over-year declining sales

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1 comment:

  1. I'm really surprised that the Ford F-Series is the top selling car for November. I really thought that the Camry would be higher up on the list as well.

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