September 2013 U.S. Vehicle Sales Rankings - Top 265 Best-Selling Vehicles In America - Every Vehicle Ranked

2013 Ford Fusion red
There was good reason for the U.S. auto industry's decline in September 2013. The month was shortened by two days as automakers included Labour Day weekend sales in August's results. September 2013 possessed just 23 selling days compared with 25 a year earlier. 

On a daily selling rate basis, auto sales in America actually rose 4% in September 2013.

Nevertheless, in the far right column of this exhaustive GoodCarBadCar list of every vehicle on sale, there's plenty of red font, manifesting declining September sales. In fact, more than 60% of the vehicle nameplates on sale in America reported lower volume this September.


Among continuing, non-extinct/temporarily retired models, the worst monthly declines were reported by the Infiniti QX70 (formerly FX), Acura TL, Mercedes-Benz S-class, Scion iQ, Jaguar XK, and Chevrolet Cruze, all of which sold less than half as often this September as they did in September 2012. Through the first three quarters of 2013, the Kia Sedona's 63% drop stands out, as does the Scion iQ's 51% decline.


Speaking of falling sales at Kia, seven of the brand's eight models reported year-over-year declines in September 2013. The only model which didn't was the Cadenza, which wasn't on sale a year ago and thus displays no year-over-year change. The Cadenza is America's 188th-best-selling vehicle, having been on sale since late April. Brand-wide, Kia sales are down 4.3% this year, although third quarter sales were up 3% before September began. Kia's DSR in September fell 14% as volume slid 21%. 
2014 Kia Optima
North of the border, Kia Canada hasn't reported a year-over-year increase in any of 2013's nine months. Regardless of the degree to which supply issues are constraining volume, Kia dealers are selling fewer vehicles this year. Fortunately, the brand's best seller, the Optima midsize sedan, America's 25th-best-selling vehicle, has reported an 8.1% YOY increase this year, slightly outpacing the industry's growth.

Over at Kia's partner brand, Hyundai, the Elantra has climbed from 18th spot at this time last year to end the third quarter as America's 13th-best-selling car, just 1182 sales back of the Chevrolet Cruze. Ford's 14th-ranked Focus is 5939 sales back of the Elantra. 

Ford, of course, lays claim to the title of America's best-selling brand, a feat it couldn't accomplish without the best-selling F-Series, America's most popular vehicle line. At this time last year the F-Series was 148,945 sales ahead of the second-ranked Toyota Camry. This year, with an increase of 95,773 units over the course of nine months, the F-Series' lead over the second-ranked Chevrolet Silverado is 198,731-units strong. 
2013 Hyundai Elantra red
Camry sales have improved, but only slightly, and its lead over the Honda Accord stands at a very safe 36,888 sales. At the end of September 2012, the Camry was 66,941 sales ahead of the Accord.

The Nissan Altima continues to be the best-selling competition for the Camry and Accord, but recent talk regarding a potential Camry-beater has centred on the Ford Fusion. And yes, Fusion sales shot up 62% in September 2013. But it's important to remember that such a year-over-year comparison takes into account the Fusion's worst sales month since January 2010. At just 12,300 September 2012 sales, Fusion sales had fallen 37%. Compared with Ford's September 2011 performance, Fusion sales last month were up 2.4%, certainly more modest growth. 

This doesn't change the fact that Ford plans to produce more Fusions next year, and it doesn't change the fact that 19,972 Fusions were sold in September 2013. But it does contextualize matters, and it does draw our attention to the fact that, in a slower-than-usual month for the auto industry, Toyota sold nearly 32,000 Camrys.
2012 Toyota Camry
These are year-to-date rankings, but you can sort vehicles by September volume by clicking the September 2013 column header, or you can rank vehicles by improvements or declines using the % columns. Or, most importantly, you can list automakers together by selecting the Vehicle column header. Just remember, the list is horizontally flipped from the norm: YTD on the left, monthly data on the right.

As always, you can find historical monthly and yearly sales figures for any of these vehicles by selecting a make and model at GCBC's Sales Stats page.


Click Column Headers To Sort - September 2014October 2013 - August 2013 - September 2012
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Vehicle
September 2013 YTD

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#1
Ford F-Series 559,506 + 20.7% 60,456 + 9.8%
#2
Chevrolet Silverado 360,775 + 21.0% 32,506 - 10.8%
#3
Toyota Camry 318,990 + 1.3% 31,871 - 7.0%
#4
Honda Accord 282,102 + 13.8% 25,176 - 13.7%
#5
Dodge Ram *262,787 + 23.0% 28,145 + 8.4%
#6
Honda Civic 253,561 + 8.3% 22,983 + 6.7%
#7
Nissan Altima 249,518 + 6.6% 21,221 - 13.2%
#8
Toyota Corolla/Matrix 233,547 + 4.9% 23,251 + 1.0%
#9
Honda CR-V 229,082 + 7.4% 21,439 - 3.7%
#10
Ford Escape 228,290 + 14.1% 22,607 - 2.3%
#11
Ford Fusion 226,293 + 16.5% 19,972 + 62.4%
#12
Chevrolet Cruze 195,775 + 8.4% 12,730 - 50.6%
#13
Hyundai Elantra 194,593 + 27.5% 19,691 + 7.6%
#14
Ford Focus 188,654 + 1.1% 16,733 - 15.2%
#15
Chevrolet Equinox 185,420 + 11.1% 15,443 - 2.5%
#16
Toyota RAV4 160,242 + 19.4% 15,928 + 15.5%
#17
Chevrolet Malibu 154,950 - 13.7% 14,487 + 29.5%
#18
Hyundai Sonata 152,702 - 12.9% 13,872 - 20.0%
#19
Ford Explorer 145,934 + 23.9% 14,965 + 6.5%
#19.1
Ford Explorer 135,847 + 19.5% 13,655 + 1.5%
#19.2
Ford Explorer Police Interceptor 10,087 + 143% 1310 + 120%
#20
GMC Sierra 135,670 + 20.9% 13,438 - 1.5%
#21
Jeep Grand Cherokee 128,697 + 14.8% 14,906 + 18.9%
#22
Toyota Prius *125,225 + 1.9% 10,185 - 18.2%
#22.1
Toyota Prius Sedan 117,251 - 0.01% 9033 - 16.4%
#22.2
Toyota Prius Plug-In 7974 + 3.1% 1152 - 30.3%
#23
Nissan Rogue 124,669 + 13.6% 11,353 - 6.2%
#24
Volkswagen Jetta 124,273 - 2.2% 13,309 - 9.8%
#24.1
Volkswagen Jetta Sedan 106,551 - 3.3% 11,454 - 9.0%
#24.2
Volkswagen Jetta SportWagen 17,722 + 5.0% 1855 - 14.4%
#25
Kia Optima 124,056 + 8.1% 11,647 - 18.6%
#26
Toyota Tacoma 121,772 + 18.4% 11,479 - 5.7%
#27
Chevrolet Impala 121,033 - 13.7% 11,462 - 24.9%
#28
Jeep Wrangler 119,941 + 10.6% 11,984 - 0.9%
#29
Chrysler 200 102,859 + 2.6% 9583 - 3.0%
#30
Honda Pilot 100,355 + 17.7% 9659 - 3.8%
#31
Ford Edge 99,589 + 2.7% 8548 - 20.6%
#32
Honda Odyssey 98,511 + 0.7% 7714 - 32.1%
#33
Nissan Sentra 98,281 + 14.5% 7798 - 16.6%
#34
Toyota Highlander 94,361 + 4.3% 8661 - 20.7%
#35
Toyota Sienna 94,331 + 8.2% 9306 + 4.5%
#36
Dodge Grand Caravan 91,570 - 15.3% 10,946 - 18.8%
#37
Nissan Versa 91,535 + 7.0% 8776 + 9.5%
#38
Chrysler Town & Country 90,701 + 3.6% 10,632 + 4.2%
#39
Kia Soul 90,624 - 2.9% 7416 - 21.7%
#40
Subaru Outback 90,073 + 5.7% 8143 - 23.1%
#41
Subaru Forester 84,372 + 49.1% 10,620 + 75.1%
#42
Volkswagen Passat 84,264 + 0.7% 7900 - 16.8%
#43
Toyota Tundra 81,821 + 9.1% 9071- 2.9%
#44
Mazda 3 81,614 - 12.9% 8646 - 38.4%
#45
Kia Sorento 81,380 - 7.7% 7849 - 22.0%
#46
Dodge Avenger 78,599 + 5.2% 5099 - 41.5%
#47
BMW 3-Series & 4-Series 77,921 + 14.0% 8512 + 10.1%
#48
GMC Terrain 76,792 + 8.4% 7141 - 4.6%
#49
Chevrolet Traverse 75,411 + 12.5% 5389 - 5.2%
#50
Dodge Charger 73,342 + 15.5% 8713 + 48.6%
#51
Lexus RX 73,279 + 9.3% 7601 + 7.9%
#52
Chevrolet Sonic 69,649 + 7.6% 7335 - 2.5%
#53
Nissan Pathfinder 69,363 + 195% 5537 + 72.8%
#54
GMC Acadia 67,422 + 5.6% 5565 - 9.6%
#55
Mercedes-Benz C-Class 66,596 + 15.35 6389 - 18.8%
#56
Dodge Dart 65,836 + 611% 7922 + 51.3%
#57
Chevrolet Camaro 64,815 - 6.0% 5659 - 0.2%
#58
Dodge Journey 64,789 + 9.2% 6955 - 8.8%
#59
Ford Taurus 63,621 + 11.9% 5578 + 0.4%
#59.1
Ford Taurus 54,935 + 8.2% 4279 - 9.5%
#59.2
Ford Taurus Police Interceptor 8686 + 42.9% 1299 + 56.9%
#60
Hyundai Santa Fe 62,744 + 23.1% 6639 - 10.0%
#61
Mazda CX-5 60,668 + 107% 6280 + 40.6%
#62
Chevrolet Tahoe 60,126 + 21.5% 5332 + 13.5%
#63
Subaru Impreza 59,999 - 5.7% 5789 - 4.6%
#63.1
Subaru Impreza 46,573 - 13.9% 4622 - 7.4%
#63.2
Subaru Impreza WRX 13,426 + 40.9% 1167 + 8.2%
#64
Ford Mustang 59,165 - 11.5% 4420 - 0.4%
#65
Jeep Patriot 58,910 + 20.1% 6053 + 11.5%
#66
Ford Fiesta 57,618 + 32.5% 5043 + 28.5%
#67
Toyota Avalon 53,795 + 148% 4514 + 187%
#68
Kia Forte 52,715 - 13.9% 4618 - 33.2%
#69
Lexus ES 52,076 + 44.1% 4866 - 25.7%
#70
Buick Enclave 46,384 + 11.6% 3477 - 17.4%
#71
Nissan Frontier 46,181 + 3.1% 4662 + 7.1%
#72
Mercedes-Benz E-Class 46,006 + 2.7% 5647 + 17.0%
#73
Hyundai Accent 45,112 - 12.3% 4999 + 15.9%
#74
Dodge Durango 44,650 + 48.6% 4964 + 66.2%
#75
Chrysler 300 44,186 - 17.6% 5036 + 5.8%
#76
Dodge Challenger 42,577 + 26.6% 3932 + 21.7%
#77
Jeep Compass 41,736 + 30.8% 4487 + 26.9%
#78
Honda Fit 41,021 + 6.3% 3981 - 14.6%
#79
Cadillac SRX 40,506 + 0.7% 4362 - 6.4%
#80
Buick LaCrosse 38,845 - 13.8% 3952 - 13.7%
#81
BMW 5-Series 38,681 + 0.9% 3574 + 12.1%
#82
Subaru XV Crosstrek 38,019 + 19,702% 3536 + 1742%
#83
Toyota 4Runner 37,273 + 5.6% 3218 - 20.7%
#84
Buick Verano 36,568 + 25.5% 3688 - 8.8%
#85
Chevrolet Captiva Sport 36,293 + 33.7% 3248 + 14.0%
#86
Nissan Maxima 36,196 - 21.5% 4717 - 17.5%
#87
Volkswagen Beetle 34,918 + 61.9% 3554 + 35.5%
#87.1
Volkswagen Beetle Hardtop 20,099 - 6.8% 1980 - 24.5%
#87.2
Volkswagen Beetle Convertible 14,819 --- 1574 ---
#88
Acura MDX 34,803 - 9.9% 4539 - 3.3%
#89
Chevrolet Suburban 34,580 + 21.% 2733 - 16.0%
#90
Infiniti G/Q60 * 34,202 - 25.7% 2621 - 28.7%
#90.1
Infiniti G Sedan 26,043 - 27.2% 1777 - 36.7%
#90.2
Infiniti G37 Coupe/Convertible & Q60 8159 - 20.7% 844 - 3.0%
#91
Acura RDX 33,539 + 69.4% 3022 + 2.9%
#92
Subaru Legacy 33,351 - 6.3% 2847 - 31.0%
#93
Kia Rio 33,238 + 1.3%2695 - 15.0%
#94
Toyota Prius C * 33,133 + 26.8% 3283 - 3.0%
#95
Hyundai Tucson 32,891 - 13.1% 2849 - 37.7%
#96
Mazda 6 32,532 + 9.7% 3168 + 126%
#97
Mini Cooper 32,374 - 2.4% 3636 + 25.5%
#97.1
Mini Cooper Hardtop 20,553 - 3.7% 1789 - 0.4%
#97.2
Mini Cooper Convertible 3663 - 3.4% 486 + 58.8%
#97.3
Mini Cooper Clubman 3499 - 17.7% 338 - 18.9%
#97.4
Mini Cooper Roadster 2418 + 51.5% 363 + 87.1%
#97.5
Mini Cooper Coupe 2241 + 1.6% 660 + 259%
#98
BMW X5 31,299 + 5.4% 4686 + 21.7%
#99
Nissan Murano 31,178 - 20.7% 2879 - 21.9%
#100
Audi A4 31,113 + 10.2% 3813 + 25.6%
#100.1
Audi A4 Sedan/Avant 26,992 + 2.3% 3357 + 28.8%
#100.2
Audi A4 Allroad 4121 125% 456 + 6.5%
#101
Mercedes-Benz M-Class 29,400 + 8.5% 3180 + 30.4%
#102
Toyota Venza 29,187 - 7.1% 2193 - 48.1%
#103
Fiat 500 28,994 - 11.4% 2126 - 49.1%
#104
Audi Q5 28,599 + 43.7% 3268 + 44.9%
#105
Toyota Prius V * 28,398 - 11.9% 2422 - 21.6%
#106
Chevrolet Spark 28,324 + 349% 2355 + 5.9%
#107
Nissan Juke 28,307 + 0.8% 2774 - 13.2%
#108
Ford C-Max 28,254 + 2816% 2182 + 125%
#109
Cadillac ATS 28,207 + 4517% 2739 + 348%
#110
Ford Expedition 27,382 - 3.0% 3721 + 0.7%
#111
Hyundai Genesis 25,117 - 7.0% 2926 + 9.6%
#112
Volkswagen Golf 24,587 - 24.1% 2127 - 34.6%
#112.1
Volkswagen Golf 12,844 - 20.2% 977 - 44.4%
#112.2
Volkswagen Golf GTI 10,255 - 22.7% 1084 - 6.7%
#112.3
Volkswagen Golf R 1488 - 51.2% 66 - 80.0%
#113
Cadillac CTS 24,410 - 36.5% 2408 - 22.4%
#114
Lincoln MKZ 23,775 + 1.3% 2874 + 11.6%
#115
Cadillac XTS 23,722 + 231% 2565 + 2.4%
#116
Mercedes-Benz GLK 23,285 + 15.6% 2387 - 25.5%
#117
Hyundai Veloster 23,273 - 17.9% 2268 - 24.9%
#118
Kia Sportage 23,232 - 23.0% 2195 - 23.9%
#119
Volkswagen Tiguan 23,150 + 1.3% 2406 + 9.3%
#120
Buick Encore 22,930 --- 3206 ---
#121
Infiniti JX35/QX60 22,667 + 57.9% 2111 - 6.2%
#122
Mercedes-Benz GL-Class 22,182 + 26.3% 2349 + 19.8%
#123
Lexus IS 22,060 + 4.5% 3201 + 42.4%
#124
GMC Yukon XL 21,946 + 40.1% 1320 - 42.1%
#125
Mazda CX-9 20,431 + 17.8% 1514 - 24.3%
#126
BMW X3 20,065 - 11.2% 1580 - 47.9%
#127
Ford Flex 19,827 - 13.6% 1661 + 9.4%
#128
Acura TL 19,762 - 26.4% 1102 - 65.9%
#129
Toyota Yaris 19,254 - 19.2% 2465 + 120%
#130
GMC Yukon 18,907 - 1.3% 1667 - 19.5%
#131
Volvo S60 18,732 + 4.1% 1545 - 2.0%
#132
Mitsubishi Outlander Sport 18,525 + 41.1% 1832 - 18.7%
#133
BMW X1 18,348 + 755% 1844 + 17.5%
#134
Lincoln MKX 17,398 - 7.4% 1565 - 25.8%
#135
Chevrolet Volt 16,760 + 2.5% 1766 - 38.1%
#136
Cadillac Escalade 16,543 + 0.6% 1754 + 3.4%
#136.1
Cadillac Escalade 8953 - 3.7% 968 + 6.0%
#136.2
Cadillac Escalade ESV 5916 + 2.1% 634 + 6.6%
#136.3
Cadillac Escalade EXT 1674 + 24.2% 152 - 19.1%
#137
Nissan Leaf 16,076 + 208% 1953 + 98.5%
#138
Audi A6 15,792 + 13.5% 1682 - 18.5%
#139
Chevrolet Avalanche 15,618 - 8.9% 719 - 64.6%
#140
Mini Countryman 15,596 + 1.6% 1191 - 40.5%
#141
Volvo XC60 15,441 + 12.3% 1355 - 13.3%
#142
Mitsubishi Lancer 15,420 + 20.8% 1090 - 17.8%
#143
Acura ILX 15,270 + 149% 1363 - 21.5%
#144
Scion tC 15,006 - 17.3% 1659 - 24.1%
#145
Scion FR-S 14,767 + 97.8% 1230 + 8.6%
#146
Audi A5 14,488 + 11.4% 1511 - 5.2%
#147
Lexus GS 14,255 - 11.0% 1231 - 15.3%
#148
Acura TSX 14,183 - 39.3% 1294 - 23.0%
#148.1
Acura TSX Sedan 12,551 - 38.3% 1153 - 16.0%
#148.2
Acura TSX Sport Wagon 1632 - 46.4% 141 - 54.2%
#149
Scion xB 13,992 - 10.3% 1252 - 30.4%
#150
Porsche Cayenne 13,913 + 34.6% 1396 + 1.9%
#151
Nissan Xterra 13,619 + 0.9% 998 - 29.1%
#152
Honda Ridgeline 13,568 + 32.6% 1165 + 9.9%
#153
Honda Crosstour 12,907 - 13.9% 1235 - 42.2%
#154
Buick Regal 12,767 - 37.8% 1300 - 29.3%
#155
Volkswagen CC 12,426 - 17.2% 1437 - 26.9%
#156
Nissan Titan 12,243 - 25.4% 962 - 46.3%
#157
Lexus CT200h 11,440 - 16.0% 798 - 33.2%
#158
Mazda 5 11,384 + 17.4% 539 - 35.2%
#159
Land Rover Range Rover Sport 10,984 - 4.2% 1191 - 21.3%
#160
Audi Q7 10,772 + 46.7% 1386 + 31.9%
#161
Nissan Armada 10,473 - 20.4% 872 - 24.0%
#162
Nissan Quest 10,426 - 28.2% 996 - 16.3%
#163
Toyota Sequoia 10,059 + 8.9% 1014 + 5.3%
#164
Toyota FJ Cruiser 9750 - 1.7% 719 - 39.4%
#165
Hyundai Azera 9105 + 51.9% 1487 + 66.9%
#166
Mazda 2 9069 - 28.8% 1916 + 153%
#167
Infiniti QX56/QX80 9038 - 4.8% 1066 - 3.5%
#168
Mitsubishi Outlander 8576 + 45.1% 988 + 63.8%
#169
BMW 7-Series 8573 + 5.8% 1723 + 271%
#170
Land Rover Range Rover 8405 + 38.8% 693 + 22.9%
#171
Land Rover Range Rover Evoque 8169 + 31.0% 706 + 26.3%
#172
Lincoln MKS 8066 - 14.3% 782 + 10.3%
#173
Chevrolet Corvette 7830 - 25.9% 831 - 38.5%
#174
Mercedes-Benz S-Class 7625 - 7.2% 387 - 58.2%
#175
Lexus LS 7569 + 54.0% 761 + 36.4%
#176
Porsche 911 7498 + 12.7% 609 + 19.6%
#177
Lexus GX460 7105 - 8.0% 753 - 20.6%
#178
BMW 6-Series 7034 + 28.3% 643 + 5.6%
#179
Scion xD 6960 - 17.4% 703 - 25.4%
#180
Smart Fortwo 6937 - 5.1% 625 - 39.3%
#181
Subaru BRZ 6346 + 133% 704 + 38.6%
#182
Volkswagen Touareg 6296 - 11.5% 658 - 20.5%
#183
Jeep Liberty 6101 - 90.4% 34 - 99.4%
#184
Audi A7 6027 - 3.6% 623 - 13.5%
#185
Lincoln Navigator 5955 + 2.3% 818 - 3.3%
#186
Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class 5921 - 3.1% 906 + 27.8%
#187
Jaguar XF 5850 + 33.6% 632 + 47.3%
#188
Kia Cadenza 5758 --- 926 ---
#189
Mercedes-Benz SL-Class 5570 + 71.4% 535 - 13.8%
#190
Land Rover LR4 5487 - 0.3% 553 - 10.8%
#191
Kia Sedona 5380 - 62.8% 657 - 49.5%
#192
Volvo XC90 5161 - 28.9% 456 - 41.8%
#193
Nissan 370Z 5111 - 16.2% 551 + 26.4%
#194
BMW 1-Series 4894 - 11.6% 468 - 9.1%
#195
Infiniti Q50 * 4801 --- 2367 ---
#196
Mazda MX-5 Miata 4790 - 5.7% 400 - 20.8%
#197
Infiniti FX/QX70 4667 - 37.5% 328 - 80.2%
#198
Lincoln MKT 4658 - 15.0% 414 - 15.2%
#199
Audi A8 4634 + 16.7% 544 - 1.3%
#200
Nissan Cube 4422 - 23.9% 283 - 45.0%
#201
Infiniti M 4178 - 38.2% 370 - 26.0%
#202
Jaguar XJ 4066 + 3.3% 442 + 4.7%
#203
Porsche Panamera 3948 - 34.0% 475 - 21.6%
#204
BMW X6 3797 - 10.2% 375 - 38.7%
#205
Porsche Boxster 3759 + 135% 302 + 28.0%
#206
Fiat 500L 3748 --- 1031 ---
#207
Volvo XC70 3639 - 9.4% 361 - 17.6%
#208
Mercedes-Benz SLK-Class 3569 + 8.5% 404 - 2.9%
#209
Honda CR-Z 3546 + 2.5% 264 - 21.2%
#210
Honda Insight 3519 - 30.3% 299 + 21.5%
#211
Volkswagen Eos 3457 - 33.5% 297 - 25.6%
#212
Chevrolet Colorado 3375 - 89.6% 41 - 98.6%
#213
Scion iQ 3365 - 51.0% 287 - 58.0%
#214
Chevrolet Caprice PPV 2966 + 3.5% 514 + 13.2%
#215
Lexus LX570 2953 - 21.5% 310 - 16.7%
#216
Acura RLX/RX 2950 + 797% 311 + 815%
#217
Suzuki SX4 2859 - 70.1% --- - 100%
#218
Volvo C70 2550 - 31.8% 240 + 13.7%
#219
Hyundai Equus 2506 - 15.4% 371 + 15.9%
#220
Porsche Cayman 2431 + 448% 311 + 1973%
#221
Land Rover LR2 2314 - 4.3% 244 - 35.6%
#222
Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class 2310 --- 2310 ---
#223
Toyota Land Cruiser 2191 + 5.6% 224 - 27.0%
#224
BMW Z4 1953 + 0.1% 163 - 12.8%
#225
Mercedes-Benz G-Class 1878 + 150% 137 + 65.1%
#226
Mini Paceman 1665 --- 479 ---
#227
Suzuki Kizashi 1602 - 63.5% --- - 100%
#228
Audi TT 1530 - 9.3% 178 + 2.3%
#229
Jaguar F-Type 1490 --- 172 ---
#230
Volkswagen Routan 1462 - 82.3% 232 - 71.8%
#231
Volvo S80 1401 - 47.0% 152 - 24.0%
#232
Infiniti EX/QX50 1366 - 44.9% 177 - 30.0%
#233
Mitsubishi Galant 1329 - 89.2% 51 - 90.2%
#234
Volvo C30 1269 - 41.6% 79 - 61.7%
#235
Subaru Tribeca 1247 - 18.9% 116 - 16.5%
#236
Jaguar XK 1041 - 15.6% 67 - 56.2%
#237
Suzuki Grand Vitara 1037 - 72.4% --- - 100%
#238
Mitsubishi i MiEV 978 + 123% 20 - 44.4%
#239
Nissan GT-R 952 - 1.7% 76 - 36.1%
#240
GMC Canyon 918 - 87.9% 8 - 98.6%
#241
Audi A3 856 - 85.1% 7 - 99.1%
#242
Audi R8 600 - 8.3% 53 + 6.0%
#243
Suzuki Equator 448 - 68.6% --- - 100%
#244
Dodge (SRT) Viper * 426 + 2030% 45 ---
#245
Mercedes-Benz CL-Class 361 - 32.5% 42 - 6.7%
#246
Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG 324 - 54.1% 23 - 37.8%
#247
Acura ZDX 323 - 49.7% 17 - 64.6%
#248
Hyundai Veracruz 175 - 97.6% --- - 100%
#249
Mitsubishi Eclipse 109 - 90.1% --- - 100%
#249.1
Mitsubishi Eclipse 40 - 94.0% --- - 100%
#249.2
Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder 69 - 84.2% --- - 100%
#250
Dodge Caliber 45 - 99.6% --- - 100%
#251
Mercedes-Benz R-Class 29 - 98.0% 1 - 94.1%
#252
Mitsubishi Endeavor 24 - 95.0% --- - 100%
#253
Mitsubishi Mirage 20 --- 20 ---
#254
Cadillac DTS 19 - 95.9% --- ---
#255
Lexus LFA 18 - 45.5% 1 - 75.0%
#256
Buick Lucerne 9 - 99.1% --- - 100%
#257
Cadillac STS 7 - 95.5% --- - 100%
#258
Honda FCX 6 + 100%--- ---
#259
Lexus HS250h 5 - 99.2% --- - 100%
#260
Chevrolet HHR 3 - 85.7% --- - 100%
T261
Honda S2000 2 --- --- - 100%
T261
Honda Element 2 - 33.3% --- ---
T261
Chevrolet Aveo 2 - 96.7% --- - 100%
T264
Mazda Tribute 1 - 99.8% 1 ---
T264
Mazda CX-7 1 - 99.99% --- - 100%
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Overall Market
11,773,338+ 8.0%1,137,206 - 4.4%
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Total
11,545,373+ 8.1%1,115,042 - 4.6%
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227,965+ 2.3%22,164 + 11.5%
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Source: Automakers & ANDC 
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 the first eight months of 2013 were 621, 1458, 414, 198, zero, and 756, respectively. HybridCars.com estimates that Tesla Model S sales totalled 14,250 units through nine months, which would be good enough to place it in the top 150 overall. Total Maserati and Bentley volume is reported, but not by specific models.
* Total Toyota Prius family sales up 1.9% to 186,756 in 2013, down 16.1% to 15,890 in September.

* Combined, the new Q50 and the outgoing G sedan are down 13.8% to 30,844 this year but rose 47.6% to 4144 in September. The Q50, Q60, and all G cars are down 15.3% to 39,003 this year - good enough to crack the top 80 - but rose 35.7% to 4988 in September.
* Chrysler markets the Ram not as a Dodge but as... er, a Ram, but we show it and the SRT Viper here as Dodges so you can see the vehicles with like-minded products when you sort vehicles alphabetically using the Vehicle column header.


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3 comments:

  1. i didn't get it. I mean you count 3 and 4 series together but didn't count A4 and A5 together (only have allroad which is aka A4 wagon)?

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  2. BMW is counting the 3-Series and 4-Series together. We hope they divide the two models up soon.

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  3. Car Sales no doubt increase in future also because the luxury is enjoyed by millions tourist who are new to other country and always desire to get the luxury stylish cars while traveling.

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