November 2013 U.S. Vehicle Sales Rankings - Top 268 Best-Selling Vehicles In America - Every Vehicle Ranked

Americans are not buying new vehicles at a record pace. But compared with that to which we've become accustomed since the end of 2007, the number of new vehicles being purchased or leased in 2013 - particularly the number of trucks and utility vehicles - seems wildly high. GCBC ranks all 268 of those vehicles by November 2013 year-to-date U.S. sales in a massive sortable table below.
2014 Honda Accord PHEV
Honda Says 68 Of The Accords Sold In November 2013 Were PHEVs.
Through eleven months, including holidays, Sundays, and nights, new vehicle purchases have occurred at a rate of 42,585 per day in 2013, or 1774 per hour. That's 29.6 per minute, up from 27.6 per minute in 2012.

Much of the improvement can be seen among vehicles which were the most popular in 2012, and thus obviously continue to be the most popular in 2013. Sales of America's best-selling vehicle line, the Ford F-Series, are up 19.5% in an overall market that's up 8.3%. Honda Accord sales are up 10.6%. America's two favourite utility vehicles, the Honda CR-V and Ford Escape, are up 7.5% and 12.7%, respectively, and their two bigger three-row siblings, Pilot and Explorer, are up 13.7% and 19.4%. 


Bigger is better? Sales of America's seven full-size SUVs are up 11.6% in 2013.

More expensive is better? While the six best-selling mainstream brands have reported an average year-over-year year-to-date increase of 8%, the average YOY YTD increase among the six leading premium brands is 13.6%. As the overall non-commercial van new vehicle market has improved by 1,072,748 sales, Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Lexus, Cadillac, Acura, Audi, Land Rover, Porsche, Jaguar, Maserati, and Bentley have added 165,087, or 15.4%, of those new sales.
2015 Porsche Macan
This Next Porsche, The Macan, Could Well Be The Best-Selling Porsche.
For Now, The Cayenne Ranks 147th Among All Vehicles On Sale In America.
For so-called premium brands, it helps to have newer, less expensive models that compete quite directly with vehicles from mainstream brands. BMW has collected 17,630 more sales this year from the 127th-ranked X1. In a little less than three months, Mercedes-Benz has added 10,828 sales with the 171st-ranked CLA-Class. Cadillac's entry-level 104th-ranked ATS accounts for one out of every five Cadillac sales and has added 30,403 sales to Cadillac's 2013 U.S. sales total. The starting point for sedans at Lexus, the Camry-based 68th-ranked ES and the 3-Series fighting 113th-ranked IS, have added 20,589 sales to the tally at Toyota's upscale division.
2013 Lexus ES350
At The Eleven-Month-Mark Of 2012, The Lexus ES Ranked 76th Among All Vehicles In U.S. Sales.
There are no new entries in November 2013's year-to-date rankings of every new vehicle on sale, but you will notice a big increase from the recently reintroduced Jeep Cherokee nameplate. In the 172nd position through eleven months, the Cherokee has moved up 71 spots from its October slot.

There were exciting improvements introduced in last month's ranking of vehicle sales. Prior year figures now include the actual numbers from last year, not just the percentage increase from last year. As a result, we've also included vehicles like the Ford Crown Victoria and Suzuki XL7, nameplates which collected sales in 2012 but not this year. More importantly, there are now visible brand results, so when you sort the table by vehicle names to showcase all Land Rovers together, for example, you'll also see the Land Rover brand's total. Manufacturers are shown in bold for differentiation between makes and models. At any time, click the Rank column to return to the original format. If you're on a mobile device, you may need to choose the full version of the site (at the bottom of the page) in order to use the sortable function.

Reminder: these are year-to-date rankings, but you can sort vehicles by November volume by clicking the November 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.

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Rank
Vehicle
November
2013
YTD
November
2012
YTD
%
Change
November
2013
November
2012
% Change
#1
Ford F-Series
688,810
576,529
19.5%
65,501
56,299
16.3%
#2
Chevrolet Silverado
437,821
367,613
19.1%
34,386
30,674
12.1%
#3
Toyota Camry
378,520
373,479
1.3%
30,386
28,765
5.6%
#4
Honda Accord
334,357
302,444
10.6%
27,093
26,248
3.2%
#5
Dodge Ram ¹
322,268
263,152
22.5%
29,635
24,337
21.8%
#6
Honda Civic
307,180
284,791
7.9%
26,291
30,075
-12.6%
#7
Nissan Altima
295,907
278,968
6.1%
24,604
20,305
21.2%
#8
Toyota Corolla/Matrix
279,618
266,268
5.0%
22,434
22,616
-0.8%
#9
Honda CR-V
275,145
255,919
7.5%
23,509
22,333
5.3%
#10
Ford Escape
271,531
240,877
12.7%
20,988
20,970
0.1%
#11
Ford Fusion
270,872
221,980
22.0%
22,839
15,125
51.0%
#12
Chevrolet Cruze
230,062
216,528
6.3%
18,200
16,807
8.3%
#13
Hyundai Elantra
226,220
183,010
23.6%
16,751
15,923
5.2%
#14
Chevrolet Equinox
220,980
199,070
11.0%
18,397
16,821
9.4%
#15
Ford Focus
219,001
223,318
-1.9%
15,239
18,312
-16.8%
#16
Toyota RAV4
197,279
157,526
25.2%
19,447
12,423
56.5%
#17
Hyundai Sonata
189,169
209,779
-9.8%
16,595
17,660
-6.0%
#18
Chevrolet Malibu
185,101
199,321
-7.1%
14,405
10,227
40.9%
#19
Ford Explorer
175,490
146,963
19.4%
14,268
14,940
-4.5%
#19.1
Ford Explorer *
162,651
141,649
14.8%
13,220
14,456
-8.6%
#19.2
Ford Explorer Police Interceptor *
12,839
5,314
142%
1,048
484
117%
#20
GMC Sierra
166,535
138,475
20.3%
14,362
11,726
22.5%
#21
Jeep Grand Cherokee
157,758
137,613
14.6%
14,798
13,619
8.7%
#22
Volkswagen Jetta
148,400
154,763
-4.1%
12,417
14,259
-12.9%
#22.1
Volkswagen Jetta Sedan *
127,540
133,376
-4.4%
10,828
11,977
-9.6%
#22.2
Volkswagen Jetta SportWagen *
20,860
21,387
-2.5%
1,589
2,282
-30.4%
#23
Nissan Rogue
148,075
130,861
13.2%
10,487
12,662
-17.2%
#24
Toyota Tacoma
146,724
127,335
15.2%
12,601
12,272
2.7%
#25
Toyota Prius ²
146,460
146,360
0.1%
10,901
10,691
2.0%
#25.1
Toyota Prius Sedan *
135,291
134,961
0.2%
9,801
8,925
9.8%
#25.2
Toyota Prius Plug-In *
11,169
11,389
-1.9%
1,100
1,766
-37.7%
#26
Kia Optima
146,419
140,391
4.3%
10,871
12,715
-14.5%
#27
Chevrolet Impala
146,164
159,710
-8.5%
13,418
11,163
20.2%
#28
Jeep Wrangler
143,474
130,124
10.3%
11,753
10,337
13.7%
#29
Nissan Sentra
118,344
98,640
20.0%
11,664
7,176
62.5%
#30
Honda Pilot
117,707
103,482
13.7%
8,150
9,366
-13.0%
#31
Ford Edge
117,031
115,535
1.3%
8,761
10,142
-13.6%
#32
Honda Odyssey
116,880
116,854
0.1%
9,401
9,318
0.9%
#33
Chrysler 200
116,828
116,396
0.4%
5,621
7,371
-23.7%
#34
Toyota Highlander
115,228
108,864
5.8%
11,544
9,474
21.8%
#35
Dodge Grand Caravan
112,793
127,308
-11.4%
9,614
8,578
12.1%
#36
Chrysler Town & Country
112,551
102,486
9.8%
11,288
6,636
70.1%
#37
Toyota Sienna
111,737
103,840
7.6%
8,820
8,854
-0.4%
#38
Kia Soul
111,734
108,601
2.9%
12,870
7,257
77.3%
#39
Subaru Forester
110,363
67,583
63.3%
13,410
5,703
135%
#40
Nissan Versa
108,488
102,709
5.6%
8,327
8,826
-5.7%
#41
Subaru Outback
107,047
105,481
1.5%
8,852
10,124
-12.6%
#42
BMW 3-Series/4-Series ³
102,784
88,857
15.7%
13,148
10,776
22.0%
#43
Toyota Tundra
101,744
91,367
11.4%
10,010
8,309
20.5%
#44
Volkswagen Passat
100,398
102,561
-2.1%
8,876
10,544
-15.8%
#45
Kia Sorento
98,167
108,630
-9.6%
8,645
10,851
-20.3%
#46
Mazda 3
97,044
113,064
-14.2%
7,756
9,841
-21.2%
#47
GMC Terrain
91,527
86,270
6.1%
6,821
8,158
-16.4%
#48
Lexus RX
90,751
82,847
9.5%
9,493
8,871
7.0%
#49
Dodge Avenger
88,892
89,507
-0.7%
4,887
7,132
-31.5%
#50
Chevrolet Traverse
88,665
78,176
13.4%
6,889
5,697
20.9%
#51
Dodge Charger
88,191
74,725
18.0%
6,985
6,316
10.6%
#52
Nissan Pathfinder
81,957
34,682
136%
6,801
8,097
-16.0%
#53
GMC Acadia
81,870
73,101
12.0%
7,566
3,631
108%
#54
Chevrolet Sonic
81,211
75,257
7.9%
4,712
5,016
-6.1%
#55
Mercedes-Benz C-Class
81,022
73,941
9.6%
7,878
8,565
-8.0%
#56
Hyundai Santa Fe
80,595
63,737
26.4%
9,657
6,754
43.0%
#57
Dodge Dart
77,939
19,199
306%
6,486
4,489
44.5%
#58
Dodge Journey
76,317
71,875
6.2%
5,155
6,569
-21.5%
#59
Chevrolet Camaro
75,552
78,554
-3.8%
5,068
4,464
13.5%
#60
Chevrolet Tahoe
74,856
60,302
24.1%
7,272
5,895
23.4%
#61
Ford Taurus
74,549
67,471
10.5%
4,901
5,734
-14.5%
#61.1
Ford Taurus *
64,367
59,907
7.4%
4,400
5,142
-14.4%
#61.2
Ford Taurus Police Interceptor *
10,182
7,564
34.6%
501
592
-15.4%
#62
Mazda CX-5
72,824
37,363
94.9%
6,323
4,213
50.1%
#63
Ford Mustang
71,459
77,458
-7.7%
5,376
5,309
1.3%
#64
Subaru Impreza
70,196
74,294
-5.5%
5,274
5,905
-10.7%
#64.1
Subaru Impreza *
53,907
62,312
-13.5%
3,767
4,552
-17.3%
#64.2
Subaru Impreza WRX *
16,289
11,982
36.0%
1,507
1,353
11.4%
#65
Jeep Patriot
69,639
57,444
21.2%
5,148
4,174
23.3%
#66
Ford Fiesta
66,597
51,163
30.2%
4,642
3,688
25.9%
#67
Toyota Avalon
64,778
24,385
166%
5,835
1,307
346%
#68
Lexus ES
64,368
48,171
33.6%
6,295
6,066
3.8%
#69
Kia Forte
61,844
71,405
-13.4%
4,423
4,266
3.7%
#70
Mercedes-Benz E-Class
61,076
58,187
5.0%
8,614
8,126
6.0%
#71
Nissan Frontier
57,426
51,747
11.0%
6,003
3,882
54.6%
#72
Buick Enclave
55,715
50,651
10.0%
4,687
4,817
-2.7%
#73
Dodge Durango
55,351
37,373
48.1%
5,581
4,091
36.4%
#74
Hyundai Accent
53,358
58,071
-8.1%
4,641
3,260
42.4%
#75
Chrysler 300
52,843
63,572
-16.9%
4,115
4,759
-13.5%
#76
Cadillac SRX
50,702
51,085
-0.7%
4,823
5,340
-9.7%
#77
Jeep Compass
49,459
37,104
33.3%
3,547
2,715
30.6%
#78
Honda Fit
48,896
45,666
7.1%
4,140
3,315
24.9%
#79
BMW 5-Series
48,761
48,413
0.7%
5,060
5,857
-13.6%
#80
Dodge Challenger
48,590
39,177
24.0%
2,757
2,868
-3.9%
#81
Subaru XV Crosstrek
48,216
3,987
1109%
5,311
2,060
158%
#82
Nissan Maxima
47,387
55,212
-14.2%
7,208
4,730
52.4%
#83
Toyota 4Runner
46,525
43,531
6.9%
4,681
4,218
11.0%
#84
Acura MDX
46,502
45,785
1.6%
6,091
3,368
80.8%
#85
Buick LaCrosse
45,675
53,002
-13.8%
2,980
3,797
-21.5%
#86
Chevrolet Suburban
45,440
42,160
7.8%
5,212
4,705
10.8%
#87
Chevrolet Captiva Sport
44,966
34,228
31.4%
4,476
3,672
21.9%
#88
Buick Verano
42,598
36,222
17.6%
2,724
3,574
-23.8%
#89
Acura RDX
40,535
25,496
59.0%
3,663
3,036
20.7%
#90
Volkswagen Beetle
40,315
25,992
55.1%
2,842
1,987
43.0%
#90.1
Volkswagen Beetle Coupe *
23,228
25,988
-10.6%
1,817
1,983
-8.4%
#90.2
Volkswagen Beetle Convertible *
17,087
4
427,075%
1,025
4
25,525%
#91
Nissan Murano
40,000
47,676
-16.1%
5,720
5,129
11.5%
#92
Subaru Legacy
39,352
42,910
-8.3%
2,911
3,723
-21.8%
#93
Mazda 6
39,273
32,372
21.3%
3,641
1,204
202%
#94
Toyota Prius C ²
39,169
32,582
20.2%
3,001
3,124
-3.9%
#95
Kia Rio
38,586
37,932
1.7%
2,474
2,494
-0.8%
#96
Hyundai Tucson
38,192
45,133
-15.4%
3,285
3,838
-14.4%
#97
Audi A4
38,151
34,724
9.9%
3,561
3,343
6.5%
#97.1
Audi A4 Sedan/Avant *
33,201
32,044
3.6%
3,169
2,906
9.1%
#97.2
Audi A4 Allroad *
4,950
2,680
84.7%
392
437
-10.3%
#98
Infiniti G/Q60 
38,140
54,328
-29.8%
1,811
4,838
-62.6%
#98.1
Infiniti G Sedan *
28,796
42,346
-32.0%
1,283
3,860
-66.8%
#98.2
Infiniti G37 Coupe/Convertible & Q60 *
9,344
11,982
-22.0%
528
978
-46.0%
#99
Mini Cooper
38,028
40,879
-7.0%
2,509
3,640
-31.1%
#99.1
Mini Cooper Hardtop *
23,959
26,267
-8.8%
1,727
2,490
-30.6%
#99.2
Mini Cooper Clubman *
4,776
5,324
-10.3%
330
480
-31.3%
#99.3
Mini Cooper Convertible *
4,198
4,488
-6.5%
252
325
-22.5%
#99.4
Mini Cooper Roadster *
2,672
2,098
27.4%
109
196
-44.4%
#99.5
Mini Cooper Coupe *
2,423
2,702
-10.3%
91
149
-38.9%
#100
BMW X5
37,865
38,723
-2.2%
4,445
4,801
-7.4%
#101
Mercedes-Benz M-Class
36,841
33,860
8.8%
4,328
3,894
11.1%
#102
Audi Q5
35,561
25,045
42.0%
3,582
2,724
31.5%
#103
Nissan Juke
35,081
33,619
4.3%
3,446
3,003
14.8%
#104
Cadillac ATS
34,432
4,029
755%
3,443
2,152
60.0%
#105
Ford Expedition
34,025
34,001
0.1%
3,492
2,831
23.3%
#106
Toyota Venza
33,698
38,672
-12.9%
2,239
3,660
-38.8%
#107
Fiat 500
33,510
40,065
-16.4%
2,138
3,603
-40.7%
#108
Ford C-Max
33,182
8,999
269%
2,398
4,848
-50.5%
#109
Toyota Prius V ²
32,879
37,677
-12.7%
2,227
2,690
-17.2%
#110
Chevrolet Spark
32,418
10,156
219%
1,741
1,709
1.9%
#111
Kia Sportage
30,438
34,661
-12.2%
4,693
2,269
107%
#112
Cadillac XTS
29,889
12,110
147%
3,417
2,414
41.5%
#113
Lexus IS
29,603
25,211
17.4%
3,973
1,988
99.8%
#114
Lincoln MKZ
29,538
26,423
11.8%
2,854
1,335
114%
#115
Mercedes-Benz GLK-Class
29,324
26,360
11.2%
3,344
3,276
2.1%
#116
Buick Encore
29,195
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2,663
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#117
Cadillac CTS
29,126
43,607
-33.2%
2,643
2,798
-5.5%
#118
Volkswagen Golf
29,079
38,031
-23.5%
2,243
2,709
-17.2%
#118.1
Volkswagen Golf *
15,169
19,200
-21.0%
1,156
1,429
-19.1%
#118.2
Volkswagen Golf GTI *
12,334
15,229
-19.0%
1,047
1,003
4.4%
#118.3
Volkswagen Golf R *
1,576
3,602
-56.2%
40
277
-85.6%
#119
Hyundai Genesis
29,050
31,576
-8.0%
1,989
2,385
-16.6%
#120
GMC Yukon XL
28,100
20,498
37.1%
2,665
2,535
5.1%
#121
Infiniti JX/QX60
27,858
18,966
46.9%
3,015
2,529
19.2%
#122
Mercedes-Benz GL-Class
27,673
22,931
20.7%
2,926
3,077
-4.9%
#123
Hyundai Veloster
27,664
32,886
-15.9%
2,216
2,084
6.3%
#124
Volkswagen Tiguan
27,538
28,421
-3.1%
2,235
2,815
-20.6%
#125
BMW X3
26,916
30,011
-10.3%
4,032
4,172
-3.4%
#126
GMC Yukon
24,705
23,876
3.5%
2,777
2,438
13.9%
#127
BMW X1
23,771
6,141
287%
2,364
2,088
13.2%
#128
Ford Flex
23,575
26,052
-9.5%
2,125
1,648
28.9%
#129
Mazda CX-9
23,089
21,089
9.5%
1,306
2,285
-42.8%
#130
Mitsubishi Outlander Sport
22,593
16,321
38.4%
2,059
1,520
35.5%
#131
Acura TL
22,523
31,326
-28.1%
1,466
1,918
-23.6%
#132
Volvo S60
21,434
21,012
2.0%
1,426
1,866
-23.6%
#133
Lincoln MKX
21,366
22,490
-5.0%
1,946
2,108
-7.7%
#134
Toyota Yaris
20,741
28,591
-27.5%
712
2,194
-67.5%
#135
Chevrolet Volt
20,702
20,828
-0.6%
1,920
1,519
26.4%
#136
Cadillac Escalade
20,203
20,078
0.6%
1,846
1,809
2.0%
#136.1
Cadillac Escalade *
11,122
11,244
-1.1%
1,100
960
14.6%
#136.2
Cadillac Escalade ESV *
7,175
7,156
0.3%
651
693
-6.1%
#136.3
Cadillac Escalade EXT *
1,906
1,678
13.6%
95
156
-39.1%
#137
Nissan Leaf
20,081
8,330
141%
2,003
1,539
30.1%
#138
Audi A6
19,742
17,123
15.3%
2,112
1,594
32.5%
#139
Mini Countryman
19,270
18,788
2.6%
1,435
1,608
-10.8%
#140
Acura ILX
18,857
9,766
93.1%
1,582
2,108
-25.0%
#141
Volvo XC60
18,185
17,379
4.6%
1,500
2,067
-27.4%
#142
Mitsubishi Lancer
18,089
15,125
19.6%
1,508
1,101
37.0%
#143
Scion tC
17,951
21,283
-15.7%
1,446
1,493
-3.1%
#144
Scion FR-S
17,298
9,922
74.3%
1,298
1,350
-3.9%
#145
Audi A5
17,280
15,698
10.1%
1,305
1,385
-5.8%
#146
Lexus GS
17,138
19,364
-11.5%
1,590
1,826
-12.9%
#147
Porsche Cayenne
17,128
13,980
22.5%
1,546
1,949
-20.7%
#148
Buick Regal
16,938
23,090
-26.6%
2,018
1,101
83.3%
#149
Scion xB
16,561
18,396
-10.0%
1,323
1,341
-1.3%
#150
Acura TSX
16,465
26,723
-38.4%
1,071
1,768
-39.4%
#150.1
Acura TSX Sedan
14,597
22,903
-36.3%
967
1,384
-30.1%
#150.2
Acura TSX Sport Wagon *
1,868
3,820
-51.1%
104
384
-72.9%
#151
Chevrolet Avalanche
16,399
21,258
-22.9%
255
1,778
-85.7%
#152
Nissan Xterra
16,178
15,843
2.1%
1,445
1,343
7.6%
#153
Honda Ridgeline
16,160
12,515
29.1%
1,353
1,290
4.9%
#154
Honda Crosstour
15,487
18,665
-17.0%
1,314
1,907
-31.1%
#155
Volkswagen CC
14,763
19,450
-24.1%
1,048
2,197
-52.3%
#156
Nissan Titan
14,407
19,738
-27.0%
1,180
1,750
-32.6%
#157
Chevrolet Corvette
14,286
12,841
11.3%
2,527
1,104
129%
#158
Audi Q7
13,699
9,515
44.0%
1,524
1,161
31.3%
#159
Land Rover Range Rover Sport
13,671
14,488
-5.6%
1,421
1,634
-13.0%
#160
Lexus CT200h
13,284
16,075
-17.4%
1,002
1,264
-20.7%
#161
Infiniti Q50 
13,248
---
---
5,891
----
---
#162
Nissan Armada
12,920
15,938
-18.9%
1,260
1,817
-30.7%
#163
Mazda 5
12,717
11,738
8.3%
667
1,284
-48.1%
#164
Toyota Sequoia
12,429
11,618
7.0%
1,201
1,363
-11.9%
#165
Nissan Quest
12,006
17,075
-29.7%
768
1,673
-54.1%
#166
Toyota FJ Cruiser
11,826
12,145
-2.6%
1,150
1,164
-1.2%
#167
Mercedes-Benz S-Class
11,446
10,684
7.1%
1,907
1,374
38.8%
#168
Infiniti QX56/QX80
11,398
13,078
-12.8%
1,243
2,121
-41.4%
#169
Mitsubishi Outlander
10,998
7,112
54.6%
1,399
585
139%
#170
Land Rover Range Rover
10,881
6,809
59.8%
1,292
352
267%
#171
Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class
10,828
---
---
3,623
---
---
#172
Jeep Cherokee
10,748
---
---
10,169
---
---
#173
Mazda 2
10,529
16,348
-35.6%
724
2,495
-71.0%
#174
Lexus GX460
10,306
9,632
7.0%
1,703
1,003
69.8%
#175
Land Rover Range Rover Evoque
10,219
7,784
31.3%
1,091
904
20.7%
#176
Hyundai Azera
10,129
7,584
33.6%
512
751
-31.8%
#177
BMW 7-Series
9,813
9,676
1.4%
617
939
-34.3%
#178
Lincoln MKS
9,719
11,174
-13.0%
734
1,065
-31.1%
#179
Lexus LS
9,663
7,059
36.9%
1,039
1,309
-20.6%
#180
Porsche 911
9,614
8,009
20.0%
1,368
765
78.8%
#181
BMW 6-Series
8,684
7,171
21.1%
729
919
-20.7%
#182
Smart ForTwo
8,409
9,013
-6.7%
959
704
36.2%
#183
Scion xD
8,343
10,079
-17.2%
667
799
-16.5%
#184
Subaru BRZ
7,882
3,647
116%
756
527
43.5%
#185
Kia Cadenza
7,782
---
---
913
---
---
#186
Lincoln Navigator
7,671
7,289
5.2%
762
675
12.9%
#187
Audi A7
7,539
7,672
-1.7%
816
653
25.0%
#188
Volkswagen Touareg
7,415
9,145
-18.9%
570
1,068
-46.6%
#189
Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class
7,322
7,362
-0.5%
754
654
15.3%
#190
Jaguar XF
7,117
4,999
42.4%
656
341
92.4%
#191
Kia Sedona
6,578
16,801
-60.8%
522
1,203
-56.6%
#192
Land Rover LR4
6,545
6,542
0.1%
493
563
-12.4%
#193
Mercedes-Benz SL-Class
6,442
4,396
46.5%
351
573
-38.7%
#194
BMW 1-Series
6,181
6,932
-10.8%
699
619
12.9%
#195
Volvo XC90
6,157
8,640
-28.7%
504
792
-36.4%
#196
Jeep Liberty
6,101
71,975
-91.5%
-
4,202
-100%
#197
Nissan 370Z
6,092
6,932
-12.1%
444
450
-1.3%
#198
Fiat 500L
5,981
---
---
937
---
---
#199
Infiniti FX/QX70
5,794
9,436
-38.6%
547
1,191
-54.1%
#200
Audi A8
5,582
5,102
9.4%
503
541
-7.0%
#201
Mazda MX-5 Miata
5,504
5,911
-6.9%
337
369
-8.7%
#202
Lincoln MKT
5,416
6,441
-15.9%
431
537
-19.7%
#203
Nissan Cube
5,029
7,078
-28.9%
310
791
-60.8%
#204
Jaguar XJ
4,985
4,463
11.7%
465
266
74.8%
#205
Porsche Panamera
4,921
7,131
-31.0%
472
680
-30.6%
#206
Infiniti M
4,916
8,281
-40.6%
364
784
-53.6%
#207
BMW X6
4,827
5,710
-15.5%
496
813
-39.0%
#208
Acura RLX/RL 
4,456
361
1134%
676
11
6046%
#209
Volvo XC70
4,437
4,995
-11.2%
390
593
-34.2%
#210
Honda Insight
4,384
5,536
-20.8%
402
238
68.9%
#211
Mercedes-Benz SLK-Class
4,364
4,150
5.2%
351
427
-17.8%
#212
Porsche Boxster
4,308
2,519
71.0%
252
467
-46.0%
#213
Honda CR-Z
4,166
3,949
5.5%
295
244
20.9%
#214
Volkswagen Eos
3,956
5,842
-32.3%
238
313
-24.0%
#215
Lexus LX570
3,950
4,511
-12.4%
514
385
33.5%
#216
Scion iQ
3,845
8,303
-53.7%
234
623
-62.4%
#217
Chevrolet Caprice PPV
3,487
3,489
-0.1%
248
281
-11.7%
#218
Chevrolet Colorado
3,410
35,547
-90.4%
6
1,327
-99.5%
#219
Hyundai Equus
3,226
3,622
-10.9%
359
341
5.3%
#220
Porsche Cayman
3,106
452
587%
328
4
8100%
#221
Volvo C70
3,039
4,233
-28.2%
213
292
-27.1%
#222
Land Rover LR2
2,930
2,867
2.2%
304
234
29.9%
#223
Suzuki SX4
2,859
11,809
-75.8%
---
1,176
-100%
#224
Toyota Land Cruiser
2,756
2,579
6.9%
276
246
12.2%
#225
Mini Paceman
2,612
---
---
631
---
---
#226
Mercedes-Benz G-Class
2,295
1,162
97.5%
223
251
-11.2%
#227
BMW Z4
2,289
2,427
-5.7%
162
229
-29.3%
#228
Jaguar F-Type
2,065
---
---
222
---
---
#229
Audi TT
1,894
2,031
-6.7%
155
216
-28.2%
#230
Infiniti EX/QX50
1,869
3,161
-40.9%
281
434
-35.3%
#231
Volkswagen Routan
1,825
9,923
-81.6%
258
836
-69.1%
#232
Volvo S80
1,749
3,070
-43.0%
173
265
-34.7%
#233
Suzuki Kizashi
1,602
5,204
-69.2%
---
504
-100%
#234
Mitsubishi Mirage
1,547
----

1,052
---
---
#235
Subaru Tribeca
1,455
1,886
-22.9%
107
164
-34.8%
#236
Mitsubishi Galant
1,426
12,962
-89.0%
41
295
-86.1%
#237
Volvo C30
1,344
2,587
-48.0%
27
266
-89.8%
#238
Jaguar XK
1,241
1,500
-17.3%
103
106
-2.8%
#239
Nissan GT-R
1,158
1,139
1.7%
95
85
11.8%
#240
Suzuki Grand Vitara
1,037
4,616
-77.5%
----
333
-100%
#241
Mitsubishi i MiEV
1,018
511
99.2%
12
42
-71.4%
#242
GMC Canyon
927
8,420
-89.0%
4
330
-98.8%
#243
Audi A3
857
6,808
-87.4%
-
400
-100%
#244
Audi R8
743
751
-1.1%
78
50
56.0%
#245
Dodge (SRT) Viper ¹
536
20
2580%
41
----
---
#236
Suzuki Equator
448
1,772
-74.7%
---
211
-100%
#247
Mercedes-Benz CL-Class
431
652
-33.9%
36
63
-42.9%
#248
Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG
407
762
-46.6%
41
28
46.4%
#249
Acura ZDX
347
725
-52.1%
10
37
-73.0%
#250
Chevrolet SS
179
---
---
178
---
---
#251
Hyundai Veracruz
175
8,174
-97.9%
---
491
- 100%
#252
Mitsubishi Eclipse
109
1,153
-90.5%
---
26
-100%
#252.1
Mitsubishi Eclipse *
40
704
-94.3%
---
19
-100%
#252.2
Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder *
69
449
-84.6%
---
7
-100%
#253
Dodge Caliber
45
10,145
-99.6%
---
32
-100%
#254
Mercedes-Benz R-Class
30
1,464
-98.0%
---
7
-100%
#255
Mitsubishi Endeavor
24
493
-95.1%
---
5
-100%
#256
Lexus LFA
22
40
-45.0%
2
4
-50.0%
#257
Cadillac DTS
19
465
-95.9%
---
2
-100%
#258
Buick Lucerne
9
970
-99.1%
---
---
---
#259
Cadillac STS
7
160
-95.6%
---
2
-100%
#260
Honda FCX
6
5
20.0%
---
---
---
#261
Lexus HS250h
5
647
-99.2%
-
3
-100%
#262
Chevrolet HHR
3
21
-85.7%
---
---
---
T263
Honda Element
2
3
-33.3%
---
---
--
T263
Chevrolet Aveo
2
64
-96.9%
---
1
-100%
T263
Honda S2000
2
---
---
---
---
---
T266
Mazda RX-8
1
79
-98.7%
---
---
--
T266
Mazda Tribute
1
502
-99.8%
---
---
---
T266
Mazda CX-7
1
11,327
-99.99%
---
---
---
#269
Ford Ranger
---
19,248
-100%
---
28
-100%
#270
Ford Crown Victoria
---
3,883
-100%
---
233
-100%
#271
Dodge Nitro
---
3,269
-100%
---
---
---
#272
Lincoln Town Car
---
949
-100%
---
12
-100%
#273
Dodge Dakota
---
490
-100%
---
---
---
#274
Volvo S40
---
51
-100%
---
---
--
#275
Mercedes-Benz B-Class
---
26
-100%
---
3
-100%
#276
Chevrolet Cobalt
---
11
-100%
---
---
---
#277
Suzuki XL7
---
10
-100%
---
---
---
#278
Lexus SC
---
2
-100%
---
---
---
#279
Suzuki Forenza/Reno
---
1
-100%
---
---
---
#280
Mercedes-Benz CLK-Class
---
1
-100%
---
1
-100%
#281
Ford -Brand ^
2,194,934
1,955,341
12.3%
182,978
171,360
6.8%
#282
Chevrolet -Brand ^
1,793,632
1,684,555
6.5%
145,089
128,867
12.6%
#283
Toyota -Brand
1,742,111
1,606,819
8.4%
147,465
133,370
10.6%
#284
Honda -Brand
1,240,372
1,149,829
7.9%
101,948
104,334
-2.3%
#285
Nissan -Brand ^
1,035,439
935,116
10.7%
93,376
84,300
10.8%
#286
Dodge/Ram -Brand ^
880,469
742,641
18.6%
72,761
65,149
11.7%
#287
Hyundai -Brand
657,778
643,572
2.2%
56,005
53,487
4.7%
#288
Kia -Brand
501,548
518,421
-3.3%
45,411
41,055
10.6%
#289
Jeep -Brand
437,179
434,260
0.7%
45,415
35,047
29.6%
#290
GMC -Brand ^
407,781
369,960
10.2%
35,727
29,832
19.8%
#291
Subaru -Brand
384,511
299,788
28.3%
36,621
28,206
29.8%
#292
Volkswagen -Brand
373,689
394,128
-5.2%
30,727
36,728
-16.3%
#293
Mercedes-Benz -Brand ^
298,489
264,636
12.8%
36,386
31,949
13.9%
#294
Chrysler -Brand
282,222
282,454
-0.1%
21,024
18,766
12.0%
#295
BMW -Brand
271,891
244,061
11.4%
31,752
31,213
1.7%
#296
Mazda -Brand
260,983
249,793
4.5%
20,754
21,691
-4.3%
#297
Lexus -Brand
239,090
213,559
12.0%
25,611
22,719
12.7%
#298
Buick -Brand
190,130
163,935
16.0%
15,072
13,289
13.4%
#299
Cadillac -Brand
164,378
131,534
25.0%
16,172
14,517
11.4%
#300
Acura -Brand
149,685
140,182
6.8%
14,559
12,246
18.9%
#301
Audi -Brand
141,048
124,469
13.3%
13,636
12,067
13.0%
#302
Infiniti -Brand
103,223
107,250
-3.8%
13,152
11,897
10.5%
#303
Lincoln -Brand
73,710
74,766
-1.4%
6,727
5,732
17.4%
#304
Scion -Brand
63,998
67,983
-5.9%
4,968
5,606
-11.4%
#305
Mini -Brand
59,910
59,667
0.4%
4,575
5,248
-12.8%
#306
Volvo -Brand
56,345
61,967
-9.1%
4,233
6,141
-31.1%
#307
Mitsubishi -Brand
55,804
53,677
4.0%
6,071
3,574
69.9%
#308
Land Rover -Brand
44,246
38,490
15.0%
4,601
3,687
24.8%
#309
Fiat -Brand
39,491
40,065
-1.4%
3,075
3,603
-14.7%
#310
Porsche -Brand
39,077
32,091
21.8%
3,966
3,865
2.6%
#311
Jaguar -Brand
15,408
10,962
40.6%
1,446
713
103%
#312
Suzuki -Brand
5,946
23,412
-74.6%
---
2,224
-100%
#313
Maserati -Brand
3,715
2,397
55.0%
887
208
326%
#314
Bentley -Brand
2,519
2,078
21.2%
320
212
50.9%
---
Overall Market
14,223,37313,136,9638.3% 1,243,852 1,143,981 8.7%
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---
------ --- --- --- ---
---
Total Market
13,945,07812,872,3308.3% 1,218,852 1,122,298 8.6%
---
---
------------ --- ---
---
278,295264,6335.2% 25,000 21,683 15.3%
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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.
^ Brand total includes sales of commercial vans. Dodge/Ram sales figures are isolated here.
¹ Chrysler markets the Ram not as a Dodge but as 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. 
² Total Prius Family sales: up 0.9% to 218,508 YTD; down 2.3% to 16,129 in November.
³ BMW has chosen to include sales of the 4-Series within figures for the 3-Series, presumably for year-over-year consistency's sake.
† Total Infiniti G/Q50/Q60 sales: down 5.4% to 51,388 YTD; up 59.2% to 7702 in November.
‡ Acura has chosen to combine sales figures for the RLX and its predecessor, the RL.
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 eleven months of 2013 were 759, 1782, 506, 242, zero, and 924, respectively. Bentley sales are up 21% to 2519 this year; Maserati sold 3715 cars in the first eleven months of 2013, up 55%, and reportedly, Tesla Model S sales had risen to 15,550 through ten months. Tesla, unfortunately, doesn't release model-specific monthly U.S. sales data. With hard and fast sales data, we would likely discover that the Tesla Model S is one of America's 150 best-selling vehicles.
This post was corrected at 12:13 PM AT on the original date of publishing after the first version said the Nissan Rogue was the 127th-best-selling vehicle in America.

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