2007 U.S. Vehicle Sales Rankings – Top 295 Best-Selling Vehicles – Every Vehicle Ranked By American Sales Volume


2007 Toyota Tundra
Still New In 2007, The Toyota
Tundra Sold Quite Well

2007 was the second of what would become four consecutive years in which the U.S. automobile market shrunk in size. U.S. sales volume fell by 407,000 units, or 2.5%, from 2006 to 2007.

And America’s best-selling vehicle, the Ford F-Series, reported a 13% decline, a 105,450-unit drop in sales. Combined with the Chevrolet Silverado, Dodge Ram, GMC Sierra, and Toyota Tundra, America’s five leading pickup trucks went from accounting for 12.9% of the U.S. automobile market in 2006 to… 12.8% in 2007. That drop would have been much worse had it not been for the huge increase in Toyota Tundra volume, an increase which amounted to 72,047 more truck sales.

2006 Saturn Ion Red Line
The Steering Wheel From Saturn’s Ion Red Line
Didn’t Always Win Its Battle With Torque

America’s best-selling car was again the Toyota Camry. Sales of five of the six leading passenger cars – Camry, Honda Accord, Honda Civic, Chevrolet Impala, and Nissan Altima –  posted significant improvements in U.S. volume. America’s top-selling SUV from 2006 fell to a ranking of fifth, and 28th overall, in 2007. This made way for three small utilities podium placements, and for the massive Chevrolet Tahoe to claim fourth spot. Meanwhile, the top-selling minivan was the 15th-ranked Dodge Grand Caravan. No vehicle in the top 20 recorded a decline worse than the most popular minivan. 

As you not-so-fondly remember, back in 2007 there were a fair number of vehicle brands which no longer exist. The Pontiac G6 was the 21st-best-selling vehicle in America in 2007. The Saturn Vue ranked 55th. Mercury’s Grand Marquis nudged its way four spots inside the top 100. Twelve spots back of the Mercury was the Hummer H3. The top Saab was the 164th-ranked 9-3. And Isuzu’s pickup trucks, the i-280 and i-350 led the way for the forgotten Japanese brand in 232nd, nine positions ahead of the Ascender, which didn’t ascend.

2005 Pontiac G6 GT
Ooh, Aah: This Was The GT
Version Of The Pontiac G6

The exhaustive table below is sortable, so as much as it’s a ranking of U.S. vehicle sales in 2007, it’s also a ranking of year-over-year improvements. Or, as many of you undoubtedly will, you can sort it alphabetically by vehicle name to see the Saturns, Pontiacs, Saabs, and Mercurys grouped together. (Mobile users can select “View Web Version” at the bottom of this page to gain access to the sortability function.)

Historical monthly and yearly sales figures for every current model can be accessed by making a selection at GCBC’s Sales Stats page. More current U.S. vehicles sales rankings are published each and every month, and there are links to those lists and many others at the Best Sellers page.

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2007 Rank
Vehicle
2007 Year End
2006 Year End
% Change
#1
Ford F-Series
690,589
796,039
– 13.2%
#2
Chevrolet Silverado
618,257
636,069
– 2.8%
#3
Toyota Camry
473,108
448,445
+ 5.5%
#4
Honda Accord
392,231
354,441
+ 10.7%
#5
Toyota Corolla/Matrix
371,390
387,388
– 4.1%
#6
Dodge Ram
358,295
364,177
– 1.6%
#7
Honda Civic
331,095
316,638
+ 4.6%
#8
Chevrolet Impala
311,128
289,868
+ 7.3%
#9
Nissan Altima
284,762
232,457
+ 22.5%
#10
Honda CR-V
219,160
170,028
+ 28.9%
#11
GMC Sierra
208,243
210,736
– 1.2%
#12
Chevrolet Cobalt
200,620
211,449
– 5.1%
#13
Toyota Tundra
196,555
124,508
+ 57.9%
#14
Toyota Prius
181,221
106,971
+ 69.4%
#15
Dodge Caravan/Grand Caravan
176,150
211,140
– 16.6%
#16
Toyota Tacoma
173,238
178,351
– 2.9%
#17
Ford Focus
173,213
177,006
– 2.1%
#18
Honda Odyssey
173,046
177,919
– 2.7%
#19
Toyota RAV4
172,752
152,047
+ 13.6%
#20
Ford Escape
165,596
157,395
+ 5.2%
#21
Pontiac G6
150,001
157,644
– 4.8%
#22
Ford Fusion
149,552
142,502
+ 4.9%
#23
Chevrolet Tahoe
146,256
161,491
– 9.4%
#24
Hyundai Sonata
145,568
149,513
– 2.6%
#25
BMW 3-Series
142,490
120,180
+ 18.6%
#26
Toyota Sienna
138,162
163,269
– 15.4%
#27
Chrysler Town & Country
138,151
159,105
– 13.2%
#28
Ford Explorer
137,817
179,229
– 23.1%
T29
Ford Mustang
134,626
166,530
– 19.2%
T29
Chevrolet Trailblazer
134,626
174,797
– 23.0%
#31
Ford Edge
130,125
2201
+ 5812%
#32
Chevrolet Malibu
128,312
163,853
– 21.7%
#33
Toyota Highlander
127,878
129,794
– 1.5%
#34
Jeep Grand Cherokee
120,937
139,148
– 13.1%
#35
Chrysler 300
120,636
143,647
– 16.0%
#36
Mazda 3
120,291
94,437
+ 27.4%
#37
Dodge Charger
119,289
114,201
+ 4.5%
#38
Jeep Wrangler
119,243
80,271
+ 48.6%
#39
Honda Pilot
117,146
152,154
– 23.0%
#40
Nissan Sentra
106,522
117,922
– 9.7%
#41
Chevrolet HHR
105,175
101,298
+ 3.8%
#42
Lexus RX
103,340
108,348
– 4.6%
#43
Dodge Caliber
101,079
92,224
+ 9.6%
#44
Chrysler PT Cruiser
99,585
138,650
– 28.2%
#45
Volkswagen Jetta
98,951
103,331
– 4.2%
#46
Chrysler Sebring
93,130
69,357
+ 34.3%
#47
Hyundai Santa Fe
92,421
63,931
+ 44.6%
#48
Jeep Liberty
92,105
133,557
– 31.0%
#49
Ford Expedition
90,287
87,203
+ 3.5%
#50
Chevrolet Equinox
89,552
113,888
– 21.4%
#51
Toyota 4Runner
87,718
103,086
– 14.9%
#52
Pontiac Grand Prix
87,622
108,634
– 19.3%
#53
Hyundai Elantra
85,724
98,853
– 13.3%
#54
Toyota Yaris
84,799
70,308
+ 20.6%
#55
Saturn Vue
84,767
88,581
– 4.3%
#56
Dodge Avenger
83,804
—–
—–
#57
Chevrolet Suburban
83,673
77,211
+ 8.4%
#58
Buick Lucerne
82,923
96,515
– 14.1%
#59
Lexus ES
82,867
75,987
+ 9.1%
#60
Nissan Versa
79,443
22,044
+ 260%
#61
Subaru Legacy/Outback
78,428
84,442
– 7.1%
#62
Nissan Murano
76,358
81,362
– 6.2%
#63
Chevrolet Colorado
75,716
93,876
– 19.3%
#64
Dodge Nitro
74,825
16,990
+ 340%
#65
Kia Spectra
73,474
72,557
+ 1.3%
#66
Toyota Avalon
72,945
88,938
– 18.0%
#67
GMC Acadia
72,765
480
+ 15,059%
#68
Ford Ranger
72,711
92,420
– 21.3%
#69
Infiniti G
71,809
60,741
+ 18.2%
#70
Chevrolet Uplander
69,885
58,699
+ 19.1%
#71
Chevrolet Aveo
67,028
58,244
+ 15.1%
#72
Nissan Titan
65,746
72,192
– 8.9%
#73
Nissan Frontier
64,397
77,510
– 16.9%
#74
Scion tC
63,852
79,125
– 19.3%
#75
Mercedes-Benz C-Class
63,701
50,187
+ 26.9%
#76
GMC Yukon
63,428
71,476
– 11.3%
#77
Nissan Pathfinder
63,056
73,124
– 13.8%
#78
Jeep Commander
63,027
88,497
– 28.8%
#79
Cadillac Escalade
60,991
62,206
– 1.9%
#80
Ford Crown Victoria
60,901
62,976
– 3.3%
#81
Saturn Aura
59,964
19,746
+ 204%
#82
Acura MDX
58,606
54,121
+ 8.3%
#83
Acura TL
58,545
71,348
– 17.9%
#84
Mazda 6
57,575
66,203
– 13.0%
#85
Cadillac CTS
57,029
54,846
+ 4.0%
#86
Honda Fit
56,432
27,934
+ 102%
#87
Chevrolet Avalanche
55,550
57,076
– 2.7%
#88
Toyota FJ Cruiser
55,170
56,225
– 1.9%
#89
Lexus IS
54,933
54,267
+ 1.2%
#90
BMW 5-Series
54,142
56,756
– 4.6%
#91
Chrysler Pacifica
53,947
78,243
– 31.1%
#92
Nissan Maxima
52,574
69,763
– 24.6%
#93
Cadillac DTS
51,469
58,224
– 11.6%
#94
Nissan Xterra
51,355
62,325
– 17.6%
#95
Dodge Dakota
50,702
76,098
– 33.4%
#96
Mercury Grand Marquis
50,664
54,688
– 7.4%
#97
Kia Sportage
49,393
37,071
+ 33.2%
#98
Mercedes-Benz E-Class
48,950
50,195
– 2.5%
#99
GMC Envoy
48,586
74,452
– 34.7%
#100
Saturn Ion
47,873
102,042
– 53.1%
#101
Buick LaCrosse
47,747
71,072
– 32.8%
#102
Subaru Impreza
46,333
41,148
+ 12.6%
#103
Scion xB
45,834
61,306
– 25.2%
#104
Dodge Durango
45,503
70,606
– 35.6%
#105
Audi A4
45,411
49,862
– 8.9%
#106
GMC Yukon XL
45,303
45,413
– 0.2%
#107
Subaru Forester
44,530
51,258
– 13.1%
#108
Hummer H3
43,430
54,052
– 19.7%
#109
Honda Ridgeline
42,795
50,193
– 14.7%
#110
Suzuki Forenza/Reno
42,113
48,579
– 13.3%
#111
Ford Taurus X/Freestyle
42,110
58,602
– 28.1%
111.1
Ford Freestyle
23,765
58,602
– 59.4%
111.2
Ford Taurus X
18,345
—–
—–
#112
Mini Cooper
42,045
39,171
+ 7.3%
#113
Volkswagen Golf/Rabbit
41,844
28,699
+ 45.8%
113.1
Volkswagen Rabbit
25,445
11,610
+ 119%
113.2
Volkswagen Golf
16,399
17,089
– 4.0%
#114
Mazda CX-7
41,659
22,325
+ 86.6%
#115
Hyundai Tucson
41,476
52,067
– 20.3%
#116
Kia Optima
40,901
38,408
+ 6.5%
#117
Kia Sedona
40,493
57,018
– 29.0%
#118
Jeep Patriot
40,434
—–
—–
#119
Jeep Compass
39,491
18,579
+ 113%
#120
Lincoln MKX
37,953
859
+ 4318%
#121
Mercury Milan
37,244
35,853
+ 3.9%
#122
Volkswagen Passat
37,183
54,208
– 31.4%
#123
Pontiac Vibe
37,170
45,221
– 17.8%
#124
Kia Sorento
36,300
50,672
– 28.4%
#125
Hyundai Accent
36,055
34,735
+ 3.8%
#126
Lexus LS
35,226
19,546
+ 80.2%
#127
Honda Element
35,218
51,829
– 32.0%
#128
BMW X5
35,202
26,798
+ 31.4%
#129
Ford Five Hundred
35,146
84,218
– 58.3%
#130
Mercury Mariner
34,844
33,941
+ 2.7%
#131
Saturn Outlook
34,748
144
+ 24,031%
#132
Lincoln Zephyr/MKZ
34,363
33,114
+ 3.8%
#133
Mercedes-Benz M-Class
33,879
31,632
+ 7.1%
#134
Chevrolet Corvette
33,685
36,518
– 7.8%
#135
Kia Rio
33,370
28,388
+ 17.5%
#136
Acura TSX
33,037
38,035
– 13.1%
#137
Ford Taurus *
33,032
174,803
– 81.1%
#138
Pontiac Torrent
32,644
43,174
– 24.4%
#139
Nissan Armada
31,632
32,864
– 3.7%
#140
Mitsubishi Lancer
31,376
23,167
+ 35.4%
#141
Volvo XC90
31,336
33,200
– 5.6%
#142
Volkswagen New Beetle
31,021
35,110
– 11.6%
#143
Dodge Magnum
30,256
40,095
– 24.5%
#144
Buick Enclave
29,286
—–
—–
#145
Dodge Aspen
28,788
7656
+ 276%
#146
Nissan Quest
28,590
31,905
– 10.4%
#147
BMW X3
28,058
31,291
– 10.3%
#148
Pontiac G5
27,928
7902
+ 253%
#149
Mitsubishi Eclipse
27,292
33,003
– 17.3%
#150
Lincoln Town Car
26,739
39,295
– 32.0%
#151
Mitsubishi Galant
26,491
27,673
– 4.3%
#152
Mercedes-Benz GL-Class
26,396
18,776
+ 40.6%
#153
Mercedes-Benz S-Class
26,081
30,886
– 15.6%
#154
Kia Rondo
26,020
594
+ 4280%
#155
Mazda CX-9
25,566
—–
—–
#156
Lincoln Navigator
24,050
23,947
+ 0.4%
#157
Mercury Mountaineer
23,849
29,567
– 19.3%
#158
Lexus GS
23,381
27,390
– 14.6%
#159
Acura RDX
23,356
9164
+ 155%
#160
Mitsubishi Outlander
23,285
11,493
+ 103%
#161
Toyota Sequoia
23,273
34,315
– 32.2%
#162
Suzuki XL7
23,176
10,948
+ 112%
#163
Lexus GX470
23,035
25,454
– 9.5%
#164
Saab 9-3
22,979
24,134
– 4.8%
#165
Cadillac SRX
22,543
22,043
+ 2.3%
#166
Hyundai XG/Azera
21,948
26,833
– 18.2%
#167
Infiniti M
21,884
25,658
– 14.7%
#168
Mercury Montego/Sable
21,121
22,332
– 5.4%
#168.1
Mercury Montego
10,755
22,332
– 51.8%
#168.2
Mercury Sable
10,366
—–
—–
#169
GMC Canyon
20,888
23,979
– 12.9%
#170
Cadillac STS
20,873
25,676
– 18.7%
#171
Infiniti FX
20,724
22,653
– 8.5%
#172
Audi Q7
20,695
10,003
+ 107%
#173
Suzuki Grand Vitara
19,538
26,931
– 27.5%
#174
Nissan 350Z
18,957
24,635
– 23.0%
#175
Volvo S60
18,511
25,753
– 28.1%
#176
Volvo S40
18,141
24,566
– 26.2%
#177
Nissan Rogue
17,808
—–
—–
#178
Hyundai Entourage
17,155
12,206
+ 40.5%
#179
Land Rover Range Rover Sport
16,989
18,757
– 9.4%
#180
Subaru Tribeca
16,790
18,614
– 9.8%
#181
Pontiac Solstice
16,779
19,710
– 14.9%
#182
Suzuki Aerio/SX4
16,740
12,221
+ 37.0%
#183
Chevrolet Monte Carlo
15,784
34,113
– 53.7%
#184
Buick Rendezvous
15,295
45,954
– 66.7%
#185
Mazda MX-5 Miata
15,075
16,897
– 10.8%
#186
Mercedes-Benz CLK
15,009
16,415
– 8.6%
#187
BMW 7-Series
14,773
17,796
– 17.0%
#188
Hyundai Tiburon
14,073
17,382
– 19.0%
#189
Mazda 5
13,718
17,109
– 19.8%
#190
Mazda Tribute
13,680
26,785
– 48.9%
#191
Mercedes-Benz R-Class
13,031
18,168
– 28.3%
#192
Volkswagen Eos
12,744
3394
+ 275%
#193
Volvo XC70
12,630
13,136
– 3.9%
#194
Hyundai Veracruz
12,589
—–
—–
#195
Porsche Cayenne
12,547
10,569
+ 18.7%
#196
Porsche 911
12,493
12,045
+ 3.7%
#197
Hummer H2
12,431
17,107
– 27.3%
#198
Volvo S80
12,347
5469
+ 126%
#199
Land Rover Range Rover
12,316
12,044
+ 2.3%
#200
Infiniti QX56
12,288
11,694
+ 5.1%
#201
Audi A6
12,001
16,219
– 26.0%
#202
Mitsubishi Endeavor
11,886
14,017
– 15.2%
#203
Saturn Sky
11,263
8671
+ 29.9%
#204
Land Rover LR3
11,039
16,930
– 34.8%
#205
Scion xD
10,948
—–
—–
#206
BMW Z4
10,097
12,285
– 17.8%
#207
Scion xA
9547
32,603
– 70.7%
#208
Land Rover LR2
9205
—–
—–
#209
BMW 6-Series
9033
9326
– 3.1%
#210
Volkswagen Touareg
8812
10,163
– 13.3%
#211
Chrysler Crossfire
8774
8216
+ 6.8%
#212
Lincoln Mark LT
8382
12,753
– 34.3%
#213
Mitsubishi Raider
8262
7595
+ 8.8%
#214
Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class
7906
10,763
– 26.5%
#215
Mercedes-Benz SLK
7270
10,410
– 30.2%
#216
Audi A3
6353
8040
– 21.0%
#217
Acura RL
6262
11,501
– 45.6%
#218
Mercedes-Benz SL-Class
6126
8462
– 27.6%
#219
Porsche Cayman
6027
7025
– 14.2%
#220
Mazda RX-8
5767
9343
– 38.3%
#221
Buick Terraza
5569
11,948
– 53.4%
#222
Kia Amanti
5522
9594
– 42.4%
#223
Saab 9-7X
5257
5789
– 9.2%
#224
Buick Rainier
4819
12,691
– 62.0%
#225
Volvo C70
4548
3952
+ 15.1%
#226
Jaguar XK
4487
4567
– 1.8%
#227
Jaguar XJ
4474
5027
– 11.0%
#228
Saab 9-5
4357
4991
– 12.7%
#229
Audi TT
4355
954
+ 356%
#230
Honda S2000
4302
6271
– 31.4%
#231
Pontiac GTO
4200
11,268
– 62.7%
#232
Isuzu i-280/i-350
4138
3497
+ 18.3%
#233
Lexus SC430
3927
5847
– 32.8%
#234
Audi A8
3826
5038
– 24.1%
#235
Volvo V70
3769
5604
– 32.7%
#236
Mercedes-Benz CL-Class
3672
1312
+ 180%
#237
Porsche Boxster
3622
4503
– 19.6%
#238
Jaguar S-Type
3524
5875
– 40.0%
#239
Toyota Land Cruiser
3251
3376
– 3.7%
#240
Jaguar X-Type
3198
5214
– 38.7%
#241
Isuzu Ascender
2948
4857
– 39.3%
#242
Volvo V50
2850
4138
– 31.1%
#243
Mazda B-Series
2657
4086
– 35.0%
#244
Lexus LX470
2468
5595
– 55.9%
#245
Ford Freestar
2390
50,125
– 95.2%
#246
Volvo C30
2090
—–
—–
#247
Cadillac XLR
1750
3203
– 45.4%
#248
Dodge Stratus
1478
51,393
– 97.1%
#249
Saturn Relay
1474
7171
– 79.4%
#250
Pontiac Montana SV6
1359
13,100
– 89.6%
#251
Mercedes-Benz G-Class
1152
587
+ 96.3%
#252
Subaru Baja
1127
5241
– 78.5%
#253
Mercury Monterey
700
4467
– 84.3%
#254
Audi A5
625
—–
—–
#255
Dodge Viper
435
1455
– 70.1%
#256
Mitsubishi Montero
401
1609
– 75.1%
#257
Suzuki Verona
315
2302
– 86.3%
#258
Infiniti EX35
305
—–
—–
#259
Acura RSX
296
16,996
– 98.3%
#260
Chevrolet SSR
244
3803
– 93.6%
#261
Audi R8
240
—–
—–
#262
Ford GT
231
1919
– 88.0%
#263
Pontiac Bonneville
130
1160
– 88.8%
#264
Hummer H1
125
365
– 65.8%
#265
Mazda MPV
122
11,600
– 98.9%
#266
Buick LeSabre
121
2313
– 94.8%
#267
Saab 9-2X
118
1435
– 91.8%
#268
Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren
104
141
– 26.2%
#269
Pontiac Grand Am
99
828
– 88.0%
#270
Cadillac Deville
71
807
– 91.2%
#271
Chevrolet Cavalier
57
355
– 83.9%
#272
Pontiac Sunfire
39
853
– 95.4%
T273
Buick Park Avenue
26
51
– 49.0%
T273
Pontiac Montana
26
388
– 93.3%
T275
Chevrolet Venture
25
196
– 87.2%
T275
Pontiac Aztek
25
347
– 92.8%
T275
Chevrolet Astro
25
386
– 93.3%
#278
Infiniti Q45
23
393
– 94.1%
T279
Chevrolet Malibu Classic
17
18
– 5.6%
T279
Volkswagen Phaeton
17
235
– 92.8%
#281
GMC Safari
13
56
– 76.8%
#282
Honda FCX
10
6
+ 66.7%
#283
Isuzu Axiom
8
124
– 93.5%
T284
Toyota Echo
7
27
– 74.1%
T284
Chevrolet Blazer
7
114
– 93.9%
#286
Buick Century
5
83
– 94.0%
T287
Infiniti QX4
4
5
– 20.0%
T287
Porsche Carrera GT
4
85
– 95.3%
T287
Isuzu Rodeo
4
129
– 96.9%
#290
Honda Insight
3
722
– 99.6%
T291
Suzuki Vitara
2
8
– 75.0%
T291
Saturn L-Series
2
20
– 90.0%
T291
Acura NSX
2
58
– 96.6%
T294
Infiniti I35
1
2
– 50.0%
T294
Land Rover Freelander
1
42
– 97.6%
Overall Market
16,154,064 16,560,989 – 2.5%
Total
15,828,320 16,205,403 – 2.3%
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Commercial Vans
325,744 355,586 – 8.4%
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Source: Manufacturers & ANDC 
* Taurus: 2006 sales were of the old model, 2007 sales were of the new Taurus, which had previously been called the Five Hundred
Sales data for brands such as Aston Martin (1022), Ferrari (1584), Lamborghini (984), Lotus (2604), Maybach (156), Rolls-Royce (410) etc. are unfortunately not broken down by model. Bracketed figures are estimates. Maserati sold 2540 vehicles in 2007, up 20.5% from 2108. Bentley sold 3990, up 3.5% from 3856.

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