2012 U.S. Vehicle Rankings - Top 266 Best-Selling Vehicles In America - Every Vehicle Ranked

2013 Ford F-150 grille logo
Surprise: The Ford F-150 Was America's
Best-Selling Vehicle In 2012
This table is sortable. Be ye excited.

The Ford F-Series was the best-selling vehicle line in the United States in 2012. Fortunately, you can now click the percentage change column on the far right to see that F-Series volume hasn't grown as fast as, say, the Lexus GS, Chevrolet Volt, or Kia Rio, as compared to the previous year's performance of the same vehicle. What you don't see, but can calculate, is that F-Series volume increased by 60,399 units in 2012. Growth of 60,399 units by one model? Mitsubishi didn't even sell that many vehicles in total in 2012.

2013 Toyota Camry SE red
Toyota Camry Sales Shot Up 31% In 2012
Enough about the F-Series. We can succinctly mention that the third-ranked Toyota Camry was the best-selling car in America in 2012, the ninth-ranked Honda CR-V was the best-selling utility vehicle, the 45th-ranked BMW 3-Series was the best-selling premium brand vehicle, and the 48th-ranked Lexus RX was the top-selling premium utility vehicle. The Camry's ranking didn't change from last year, although sales jumped 31%. Honda's CR-V moved up to 13th. The 3-Series slid three spots; the Lexus RX moved up one.

These vehicles certainly weren't the only dominant nameplates. Not for the first time, Dodge and Chrysler ruled the minivan class. Ford posted a 40% improvement in Focus sales, enough to make it America's 11th-best-selling vehicle and the best-selling American-badged car in America.


And then there's the Honda Civic, a car that in 2012 was, if not derided by the automotive media then harshly criticized, growing at a 44% clip. Civic sales had been dealt a blow in 2011, the knowledge of which puts a damper on 2012's improvement. But at 317,909 units in 2012, Honda has returned Civic volume to near-2008 levels. Perhaps consumers didn't agree with the automotive critics. In November and December, the Civic was America's best-selling car. Now that Honda has improved its compact car for 2013, we can assume Civic volume isn't about to decline.

2013 Chevrolet Volt rear view red
The Chevrolet Volt Outsold The Majority
Of Nameplates In America In 2012
The problem with most of the cars already mentioned is that they're not very interesting. Pleasant, but not necessarily interesting. 

Moving on, 65% of the Mini Coopers sold were traditional hardtops - the five Cooper variants combine to be America's 85th-best-selling vehicle, two spots ahead of the Fiat 500. 17% of the Subaru Imprezas sold were WRX derivatives. Volkswagen's pretty nice Golf was nearly outsold by the Golf GTI and Golf R. Audi sold more than 1200 copies of the now defunct A4 Avant.

The Chevrolet Volt ranked 127th out of 266 vehicles, thereby outselling the majority of vehicles on sale in America. Having only been on sale in the final four months of the year, the 203rd-ranked Cadillac ATS sold more copies in 2012 than the Jaguar XF, which had twelve months to find more than 7008 buyers but only found 5526. Booming Ford C-Max sales meant 2012 ended with the hybrid/electric Prius V rival in 159th spot, a stunning achievement for a niche car that was only on sale for one-third of the year.

Audi's A7 ended 2012 seven spots ahead of the more costly Mercedes-Benz CLS. Mercedes-Benz's GL-Class ended 2012 ten positions ahead of the Cadillac Escalade trio. With a scant 1396-unit advantage, the Chevrolet Camaro finished 2012 as the 50th-best-selling vehicle, one spot ahead of the Ford Mustang. Mustang sales rose significantly in 2012; Camaro sales fell significantly.

2013 Honda Civic sedan red
The Honda Civic Was America's
12th-Best-Selling Vehicle In 2011
But The 5th-Best-Selling
Vehicle In America In 2012
Much could be said about every vehicle in the table below, but space and time do not allow. The table is now sortable, so you can rank vehicles by their 2011 rank or 2011 volume or by year-over-year change at the far right. Or you can click the Vehicle column header to sort vehicles alphabetically. Keep in mind, italicized unranked lines are nothing more than available breakdowns, already included in the model's total, not in addition to the model's total - they'll often be separated from their overarching vehicle line (the non-hybrid Civic and Civic Hybrid from the overall Civic, for example) when you sort certain columns. Refresh the page in order to return to the original or sort the 2012 Rank at the far left.

More instructions: you can always find historical monthly and yearly sales figures for any model that's still marketed by selecting a make and model at GCBC's Sales Stats home. Select specific monthly or yearly best seller lists at the aptly named Best Sellers page. Come back to GoodCarBadCar.net tomorrow to see segment-by-segment breakdowns for December and 2012 as a whole.

All 266 nameplates sold in the United States in 2012 are ranked by 2012 U.S. sales totals in the table below. It's a long list, so pace yourself.

2012 Rank
2011 Rank
Vehicle
2012 Year End
2011 Year End
% Change
#1
#1
Ford F-Series
645,316 584,917 + 10.3%
#2
#2
Chevrolet Silverado
418,312415,130+ 0.8%
#3
#3
Toyota Camry
404,886308,510+ 31.2%
#4
#6
Honda Accord
331,872235,625+ 40.8%
#5
#12
Honda Civic
317,909221,235+ 43.7%
#5.1
#12.1
Honda Civic
310,753216,532+ 43.5%
#5.2
#12.2
Honda Civic Hybrid
71564703+ 52.2%
#6
#4
Nissan Altima
302,934268,981+ 12.6%
#7
#8
Dodge Ram
293,363244,762+ 19.9%
#8
#9
Toyota Corolla/Matrix
290,947240,259+ 21.1%
#9
#13
Honda CR-V
281,652218,373+ 29.0%
#10
#5
Ford Escape
261,008254,293+ 2.6%
#11
#18
Ford Focus
245,922175,717+ 40.0%
#12
#7
Ford Fusion
241,263248,067- 2.7%
#13
#10
Chevrolet Cruze
237,758231,732+ 2.6%
#14
#21
Toyota Prius
236,659136,463+ 73.4%
#14.1
#21.1
Toyota Prius Liftback
147,507128,064+ 15.2%
#14.2
#21.2
Toyota Prius V
40,6698399+ 384%
#14.3
#21.3
Toyota Prius C ^
35,733----------
#14.4
#21.4
Toyota Prius 
Plug-In
12,750----------
#15
#16
Hyundai Sonata
230,605225,961+ 2.1%
#16
#15
Chevrolet Equinox
218,621193,274+ 13.1%
#17
#14
Chevrolet Malibu
210,951204,808+ 3.0%
#18
#16
Hyundai Elantra
202,034186,361+ 8.4%
#19
#23
Toyota RAV4
171,877132,237+ 30.0%
#20
#17
Volkswagen Jetta
170,424177,360- 3.9%
#20.1
#17.1
Volkswagen Jetta Sedan
146,478150,515- 2.7%
#20.2
#17.2
Volkswagen Jetta SportWagen
23,94626,845- 10.8%
#21
#19
Chevrolet Impala
169,351171,434- 1.2%
#22
#22
Ford Explorer
164,207135,704+ 21.0%
22.1
22.1
Ford Explorer
158,344135,704+ 16.7%
22.2
22.2
Ford Explorer Police Interceptor
5863----------
#23
#20
GMC Sierra
157,185149,170+ 5.4%
#24
#25
Jeep Grand Cherokee
154,734127,744+ 21.1%
#25
#45
Kia Optima
152,39984,590+ 80.2%
#26
#26
Nissan Rogue
142,349124,543+ 14.3%
#27
#27
Jeep Wrangler
141,669122,460+ 15.7%
#28
#32
Dodge Grand Caravan
141,468110,862+ 27.6%
#29
#33
Toyota Tacoma
141,365110,705+ 27.7%
#30
#28
Ford Edge
127,969121,702+ 5.1%
#31
#35
Honda Odyssey
125,980 107,068 + 17.7%
#32
#43
Chrysler 200
125,47689,413 + 40.3%
#32.1
#44.1
Chrysler 200
125,47687,033+ 44.2%
#32.2
#44.2
Chrysler Sebring
-----2380- 100%
#33
#37
Mazda 3
123,361 102,417 + 20.4%
#34
#39
Toyota Highlander
121,055 101,252 + 19.6%
#35
#24
Kia Sorento
119,597 130,235 - 8.2%
#36
#36
Subaru Outback
117,553 104,405 + 12.6%
#37
#126
Volkswagen Passat
117,023 22,835 + 412%
#37.1
#127.1
Volkswagen Passat Sedan
117,02322,779+ 414%
#37.2

#127.2

Volkswagen Passat Wagon
-----56- 100%
#38
#38
Kia Soul
115,778 102,267 + 13.2%
#39
#29
Honda Pilot
114,848 116,297 - 1.2%
#40
#31
Toyota Sienna
114,725 111,429 + 3.0%
#41
#40
Nissan Versa
113,327 99,730 + 13.6%
#42
#42
Chrysler Town & Country
111,744 94,320 + 18.5%
#43
#30
Nissan Sentra
106,395 114,991 - 7.5%
#44
#47
Toyota Tundra
101,621 82,908 + 22.6%
#45
#41
BMW 3-Series
99,602 94,371 + 5.5%
#46
#46
GMC Terrain
97786 83,179 + 17.6%
#47
#60
Dodge Avenger
96,890 64,023 + 51.3%
#48
#48
Lexus RX
95,381 82,595 + 15.5%
#49
#34
Chevrolet Traverse
85,606 107,131 - 20.1%
#50
#44
Chevrolet Camaro
84,391 88,249 - 4.4%
#51
#55
Ford Mustang
82,995 70,438 + 17.8%
#52
#56
Dodge Charger
82,592 70,089 + 17.8%
#53
#86
Subaru Impreza
81,799 41,196 + 98.6%
#53.1
#87.1
Subaru Impreza
68,17527,391+ 149%
#53.2

#87.2
Subaru Impreza WRX
13,62413,805- 1.3%
#54
#57
Mercedes-Benz C-Class
81,697 69,314 + 17.9%
#55
#82
Chevrolet Sonic/Aveo
81,314 44,379 + 83.2%
#55.1
#83.1
Chevrolet Sonic
81,24715,778+ 415%
#55.2
#83.1
Chevrolet Aveo
6728,601- 99.8%
#56
#70
Dodge Journey
79,563 55,155 + 44.3%
#57
#50
GMC Acadia
78,280 79,288 - 1.3%
#58
#52
Subaru Forester
76,347 76,196 + 0.2%
#59
#51
Kia Forte
75,681 76,295 - 0.8%
#60
#59
Jeep Liberty
75,483 66,684 + 13.2%
#61
#61
Ford Taurus
74,375 63,526 + 17.1%
#61.1
#62.1
Ford Taurus
66,06663,526+ 4.0%
#61.2

#62.2

Ford Taurus Police Interceptor
8309----------
#62
#53
Hyundai Santa Fe
71,016 74,391 - 4.5%
#63
#95
Chrysler 300
70,747 36,285 + 95.0%
#64
#49
Chevrolet Tahoe
68,904 80,527 - 14.4%
#65
#62
Mercedes-Benz E-Class
65,171 62,736 + 3.9%
#66
#72
Jeep Patriot
62,010 54,647 + 13.5%
#67
#69
Hyundai Accent
61,004 55,601 + 9.7%
#68
#67
Infiniti G
59,844 58,246 + 2.7%
#68.1
#68.1
Infiniti G Sedan
46,82843,759+ 7.0%
#68.2

#68.2

Infiniti G Coupe/Convertible
13,01614,487- 10.2%
#69
#64
Nissan Maxima
59,349 58,737 + 1.0%
#70
#68
Cadillac SRX
57,485 56,905 + 1.0%
#71
#65
Buick LaCrosse
57,076 58,474 - 2.4%
#72
#76
BMW 5-Series
56,798 51,491 + 10.3%
#73
#58
Ford Fiesta
56,775 68,574 - 17.2%
#74
#66
Buick Enclave
56,703 58,392 - 2.9%
#75
#87
Lexus ES
56,158 40,873 + 37.4%
#76
#74
Nissan Frontier
55,435 51,700 + 7.2%
#77
#73
Nissan Murano
51,675 53,626 - 3.6%
#78
#84
Acura MDX
50,854 43,271 + 17.5%
#79
#63
Honda Fit
49,346 59,235 - 16.7%
#79.1
#64.1
Honda Fit
49,25359,235- 16.9%
#79.2
#64.2
Honda Fit EV
93----------
#80
#80
Hyundai Tucson
48,878 47,232 + 3.5%
#81
#83
Toyota 4Runner
48,755 44,316 + 10.0%
#82
#77
Chevrolet Suburban
48,116 49,427 - 2.7%
#83
#85
Subaru Legacy
47,127 42,401 + 11.1%
#84
#71
Cadillac CTS
46,979 55,042 - 14.6%
#85
#88
Mini Cooper
45,111 40,828 + 10.5%
#85.1
#89.1
Mini Hardtop
29,27828,067+ 4.3%
#85.2
#89.2
Mini Clubman
57696844- 15.7%
#85.3
#89.3
Mini Convertible
48134964- 3.0%
#85.4
#89.4
Mini Coupe
2880953+ 202%
#84.5
#89.5
Mini Roadster
2371----------
#86
#89
BMW X5
44,445 40,547 + 9.6%
#87
#134
Fiat 500
43,772 19,769 + 121%
#88
#300
Mazda CX-5
43,319 ----- -----
#89
#92
Dodge Challenger
43,119 39,543 + 9.1%
#90
#93
Toyota Venza
43,095 38,904 + 10.8%
#91
#117
Nissan Pathfinder
42,621 25,935 + 64.3%
#92
#75
Dodge Durango
42,589 51,697 - 17.6%
#93
#249
Buick Verano
41,042 265 + 15,388%
#94
#102
Volkswagen Golf
40,885 34,706 + 17.8%
#94.1
#103.1
Volkswagen Golf
20,67717,839+ 15.9%
#94.2
#103.2
Volkswagen Golf GTI
16,31416,867- 3.3%
#94.3
#103.3
Volkswagen Golf R
3894----------
#95
#131
Kia Rio
40,275 20,111 + 100%
#96
#78
Jeep Compass
40,235 47,709 - 15.7%
#97
#100
Audi A4
38,530 35,234 + 0.5%
#97.1
#101.1
Audi A4 Sedan
34,16331,729+ 7.7%
#97.2
#101.2
Audi A4 Allroad
3115----------
#97.3
#101.3
Audi A4 Avant
12523505- 64.3%
#98
#97
Mercedes-Benz M-Class
38,101 35,835 + 6.3%
#99
#90
Ford Expedition
38,062 40,499 - 6.0%
#100
#190
Chevrolet Captiva Sport
36,935 7038 + 425%
#101
#108
Chevrolet Colorado
36,840 31,026 + 18.7%
#102
#96
Nissan Juke
36,358 35,886 + 1.3%
#103
#79
Kia Sportage
36,357 47,463 - 23.4%
#104
#113
BMW X3
35,173 27,793 + 26.6%
#105
#179
Hyundai Veloster
34,862 9284 + 276%
#106
#105
Hyundai Genesis
33,973 32,998 + 3.0%
#107
#98
Mazda 6
33,756 35,711 - 5.5%
#108
#107
Acura TL
33,572 31,237 + 7.5%
#109
#116
Volkswagen Tiguan
31,731 25,990 + 22.1%
#110
#106
Toyota Yaris
30,590 32,704 - 6.5%
#111
#112
Toyota Avalon
29,556 28,925 + 2.2%
#112
#145
Acura RDX
29,520 15,196 + 94.3%
#113
#123
Mercedes-Benz GLK
29,364 24,310 + 20.8%
#114
#194
Volkswagen Beetle
29,174 6468 + 351%
#114.1
#195.1
Volkswagen Beetle
28,6545626+ 409%
#114.2

#195.1

Volkswagen Beetle Convertible
520842- 38.2%
#115
#109
Acura TSX
28,865 30,935 - 6.7%
#115.1
#110.1
Acura TSX Sedan
24,63127,725- 11.2%
#115.2
#110.2
Acura TSX Sport Wagon
42343210+ 31.9%
#116
#121
Audi Q5
28,671 24,908 + 15.1%
#117
#115
Ford Flex
28,224 27,428 + 2.9%
#118
#114
Lincoln MKZ
28,053 27,529 + 1.9%
#119
#104
GMC Yukon
27,818 34,250 - 18.8%
#120
#110
Lexus IS
27,708 29,669 - 6.6%
#121
#120
Mercedes-Benz GL-Class
26,042 25,139 + 3.6%
#122
#301
Dodge Dart
25,303 ----- -----
#123
#125
Lincoln MKX
25,107 23,395 + 7.3%
#124
#91
Buick Regal
24,616 40,144 - 38.7%
#125
#103
Mazda CX-9
24,442 34,421 - 29.0%
#126
#132
Chevrolet Avalanche
23,995 20,088 + 19.4%
#127
#185
Chevrolet Volt
23,461 7671 + 206%
#128
#119
GMC Yukon XL
23,427 25,223 - 7.1%
#129
#129
Volvo S60
23,356 21,282 + 9.7%
#130
#127
Scion tC
22,666 22,433 + 1.0%
#131
#118
Cadillac Escalade
22,632 25,503 - 11.3%
#131.1
#119.
Cadillac Escalade
12,61515,079- 16.3%
#131.
#119.2
Cadillac Escalade ESV
80838388- 3.6%
#131.3
#119.3
Cadillac Escalade EXT
19342036- 5.0%
#132
#212
Lexus GS
22,160 3746 + 492%
#133
#302
Infiniti JX35
21,674 ----- -----
#134
#111
Volkswagen CC
21,646 29,502 - 26.6%
#135
#128
Nissan Titan
21,576 21,994 - 1.9%
#136
#139
Mini Countryman
21,012 16,683 + 25.9%
#137
#6 *
Honda Crosstour
20,848 17,974 + 16.0%
#138
#138
Scion xB
19,787 17,017 + 16.3%
#139
#54
Ford Ranger
19,366 70,832 - 72.7%
#140
#148
Mazda 2
19,315 13,952 + 38.4%
#141
#154
Volvo XC60
19,139 12,932 + 48.0%
#142
#166
Audi A6
18,998 11,124 + 70.8%
#143
#159
Nissan Quest
18,275 12,199 + 49.8%
#144
#140
Mitsubishi Outlander Sport
18,091 16,443 + 10.0%
#145
#136
Nissan Armada
18,072 18,331 - 1.4%
#146
#147
Lexus CT200h
17,673 14,381 + 22.9%
#147
#124
Kia Sedona
17,512 24,047 - 27.2%
#148
#143
Audi A5
17,270 15,385 + 12.3%
#149
#137
Nissan Xterra
17,222 18,221 - 5.5%
#150
#144
Land Rover 
Range Rover Sport
16,491 15,333 + 7.6%
#151
#133
Mitsubishi Lancer
16,426 19,874 - 17.3%
#152
#153
Porsche Cayenne
15,545 12,978 + 19.8%
#153
#150
Infiniti QX56
15,310 13,428 + 14.0%
#154
#303
Cadillac XTS
15,049 ----- -----
#155
#135
Mazda 5
14,640 19,155 - 23.6%
#156
#151
Chevrolet Corvette
14,132 13,164 + 7.4%
#157
#172
Honda Ridgeline
14,068 9759 + 44.2%
#158
#149
Toyota FJ Cruiser
13,656 13,541 + 0.8%
#159
#305
Ford C-Max
13,309 ----- -----
#160
#141
Mitsubishi Galant
13,261 15,631 - 15.2%
#161
#152
Toyota Sequoia
13,151 13,022 + 1.0%
#162
#155
Suzuki SX4
12,860 12,519 + 2.7%
#163
#158
Lincoln MKS
12,524 12,217 + 2.5%
#164
#306
Chevrolet Spark
12,385 ----- -----
#165
#307
Acura ILX
12,251 ----- -----
#165.1
#307.1
Acura ILX
11,279----------
#165.2
#307.2
Acura ILX Hybrid
972----------
#166
#157
Mercedes-Benz S-Class
11,794 12,258 - 3.8%
#167
#308
Scion FR-S
11,417 ----- -----
#168
#99
Mazda CX-7
11,326 35,641 - 68.2%
#169
#165
BMW 7-Series
11,098 11,299 - 1.8%
#170
#161
Lexus GX460
11,039 11,609 - 4.9%
#171
#181
Audi Q7
11,008 8998 + 22.3%
#172
#176
Scion xD
10,756 9573 + 12.4%
#173
#187
Volkswagen Touareg
10,553 7535 + 40.1%
#174
#156
Volkswagen Routan
10,483 12,473 - 16.0%
#175
#169
Infiniti FX
10,424 9939 + 4.9%
#176
#101
Dodge Caliber
10,176 35,049 - 71.0%
#177
#205
Smart Fortwo
10,009 5208 + 92.2%
#178
#173
Nissan Leaf
9819 9674 + 1.5%
#179
#168
Volvo XC90
9513 10,609 - 10.3%
#180
#167
Infiniti M
9130 10,818 - 15.6%
#181
#310
BMW X1
8947 ----- -----
#182
#225
Land Rover 
Range Rover Evoque
8901 2244 + 297%
#183
#250
Scion iQ
8879 248 + 3480%
#184
#175
GMC Canyon
8735 9590 - 8.9%
#185
#195
Audi A7
8598 6270 + 37.1%
#186
#198
Porsche 911
8528 6016 + 41.8%
#187
#232
Hyundai Azera
8431 1524 + 453%
#188
#183
Lincoln Navigator
8371 8018 + 4.4%
#189
#177
Lexus LS
8345 9568 - 12.8%
#190
#180
Hyundai Veracruz
8232 9146 - 10.0%
#191
#210
BMW 6-Series
8208 3903 + 110%
#192
#202
Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class
8065 5665 + 42.4%
#193
#171
Land Rover Range Rover
7843 9761 - 19.6%
#194
#170
Mitsubishi Outlander
7750 9788 - 20.8%
#195
#182
BMW 1-Series
7689 8832 - 12.9%
#196
#146
Nissan Cube
7667 14,459 - 47.0%
#197
#192
Porsche Panamera
7614 6879 + 10.7%
#198
#312
Subaru XV Crosstrek
7396 ----- -----
#199
#189
Nissan 370Z
7338 7328 + 0.1%
#200
#184
Land Rover LR4
7316 7984 - 8.4%
#201
#193
Audi A3
7205 6561 + 9.8%
#202
#206
Lincoln MKT
7094 5024 + 41.2%
#203
#313
Cadillac ATS
7008 ----- -----
#204
#196
BMW X6
6749 6192 + 9.0%
#205
#201
Mazda MX-5 Miata
6305 5674 + 11.1%
#206
#188
Volkswagen Eos
6214 7533 - 17.5%
#207
#200
Audi A8
6002 5700 + 5.3%
#208
#142
Honda Insight
5846 15,549 - 62.4%
#209
#191
Suzuki Kizashi
5566 6942 - 19.8%
#210
#203
Jaguar XF
5526 5303 + 4.2%
#211
#199
Volvo XC70
5513 5716 - 3.6%
#212
#218
Lexus LX570
5005 3167 + 58.0%
#213
#207
Suzuki Grand Vitara
4954 4980 - 0.5%
#214
#234
Mercedes-Benz SL-Class
4899 1449 + 238%
#215
#204
Jaguar XJ
4852 5235 - 7.3%
#216
#216
Mercedes-Benz SLK
4595 3220 + 42.7%
#217
#208
Volvo C70
4441 4933 - 10.0%
#218
#81
Ford Crown Victoria
4429 46,725 - 90.5%
#219
#164
Honda CR-Z
4192 11,330 - 63.0%
#220
#314
Subaru BRZ
4144 ----- -----
#221
#217
Hyundai Equus
3972 3193 + 24.4%
#222
#242
Chevrolet Caprice PPV
3734 880 + 324%
#223
#197
Infiniti EX
3495 6030 - 42.0%
#224
#209
Volvo S80
3277 4735 - 30.8%
#225
#122
Dodge Nitro
3269 24,434 - 86.6%
#226
#222
Land Rover LR2
3113 2777 + 12.1%
#227
#230
Toyota Land Cruiser
2895 1662 + 74.2%
#228
#228
Porsche Boxster
2894 1773+ 63.0%
#229
#214
Volvo C30
2827 3471 - 18.6%
#230
#213
BMW Z4
2751 3479 - 20.9%
#231
#226
Audi TT
2226 2236 - 0.4%
#232
#221
Subaru Tribeca
2075 2791 - 25.7%
#233
#227
Suzuki Equator
1966 2127 - 7.6%
#234
#229
Jaguar XK
1633 1738 - 6.0%
#235
#224
Mercedes-Benz R-Class
1473 2385 - 38.2%
#236
#238
Mercedes-Benz G-Class
1330 1191 + 11.7%
#237
#237
Nissan GT-R
1188 1294 - 8.2%
#238
#186
Mitsubishi Eclipse
1173 7546 - 84.5%
#238.1
#187.1
Mitsubishi Eclipse
7124455- 84.0%
#238.2

#187.2

Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder
4613091- 85.1%
#239
#178
Lincoln Town Car
1001 9460 - 89.4%
#240
#130
Buick Lucerne
971 20,358 - 95.2%
#241
#239
Audi R8
802 1145 - 30.0%
#242
#245
Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG
800 722 + 10.8%
#243
#231
Acura ZDX
775 1564 - 50.4%
#244
#241
Mercedes-Benz CL-Class
723 943 - 23.3%
#245
#220
Lexus HS250h
649 2864 - 77.3%
#246
#253
Mitsubishi i MiEV
588 80 + 635%
#247
#223
Mazda Tribute
502 2696 - 81.4%
#248
#174
Mitsubishi Endeavor
501 9658 - 94.8%
#249
#160
Dodge Dakota
490 12,156 - 96.0%
#250
#162
Cadillac DTS
465 11,589 - 96.0%
#251
#235
Porsche Cayman
462 1377 - 66.0%
#252
#240
Acura RL
379 1096 - 65.4%
#253
#215
Cadillac STS
164 3338 - 95.1%
#254
#244
Mazda RX-8
80 759 - 89.5%
#255
#219
Volvo S40
51 2984 - 98.3%
#256
#254
Lexus LFA
46 62 - 25.8%
#257
#258
Mercedes-Benz B-Class
29 19 + 52.6%
#258
#94
Chevrolet HHR
21 37,012 - 99.9%
#259
#251
Dodge Viper
20 197 - 89.8%
#260
#243
Chevrolet Cobalt
11 856 - 98.7%
#261
#255
Suzuki XL7
10 48 - 79.2%
#262
#265
Honda FCX
5 2 + 150%
#263
#163
Honda Element
3 11,534 - 99.97%
#264
#259
Lexus SC430
2 18 - 88.9%
T265
#266
Suzuki Forenza/Reno
1 1 0.0%
T265
#262
Mercedes-Benz CLK
1 6 - 83.3%
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Overall Market
14,492,398 12,779,007 + 13.4%
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Total
14,199,118 12,517,295 + 13.4%
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293,280 261,712 + 12.1%
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Source: Manufacturers & ANDC 
Prius/Liftback/V/C/Plug-In Sales Figures Source: Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc.
* With Accord 
^ Prius C number had previously incorrectly said 35,773. Apologies.
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 in 2012 were 816, 1800, 480, 242, 50, and 384, respectively. HybridCars.com estimates that Tesla Model S sales totalled 2400 units. Total Maserati and Bentley volume is reported, but not by specific models.

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