November 2013 U.S. Passenger Car Sales Rankings - Top 156 Best-Selling Cars In America - Every Car Ranked

2015 Ford Mustang GT silver
Ford Will Surely Sell More Mustangs Next Year
In the United States, the Toyota Camry outsold the Honda Accord by 3293 units in November 2013 and expanded its year-to-date lead over the Accord to 44,163 sales. 

That doesn't measure up to the 71,035-unit lead the Camry had over the Accord at this time last year, but the Toyota has arrived at this point thanks to consistently tidy monthly victories. 

Only twice this year - in March and then in April - has the Camry not been America's top-selling car, and it ranked a very close second in both those months. The Camry missed out on best-seller-status only twice last year, as well, but in both those cases - November and December - the Honda Civic was the sales leader.

2015 Ford Mustang GT rear angle
It's Said That Ford Is Defined By The F-Series And Mustang,
Americans Buy 10 Times More F-Series' Than Mustangs
The Camry/Accord battle is well documented both here at GoodCarBadCar and elsewhere. The Accord's superior growth makes the race more exciting, although the sixth-ranked Fusion's rapid ascent has Ford thinking their midsizer could do what no Ford has done since the Taurus in 1996. 

With one month remaining in 2013, however, we are already certain that the Toyota Camry will go down as America's best-selling car for the twelfth consecutive year. 

One out of every ten new cars purchased or leased in America is either a Camry or Accord.

Honda S2000
Honda's S2000 Topped Out At 9684 U.S. Sales In 2002
Their one-on-one battle is certainly not the only one in the U.S. car arena. BMW's 3-Series (and its renamed 4-Series sibling with which BMW USA is currently combining 3-Series sales figures) is 21,762 sales ahead of the Mercedes-Benz C-Class through eleven months. The BMW is America's 21st-best-selling car; the C-Class ranks 27th.

Much has been made of the Chevrolet Camaro's ability to outsell the Ford Mustang, but it doesn't do so every month, and it isn't doing so by much. The gap is down to just 4093 units through eleven months as we approach the sixth generation Mustang's arrival in showrooms next year. The Mustang is currently sits in 31st spot, two spots back of the Chevy. Both have reported falling sales this year.


The Toyota Avalon and Lexus ES fight for the exact same buyer, and both land almost the exact same number of punches. They're the 34th and 35th-best-selling cars in America. The 117th and 118th-best-selling cars in America are two very different takes on the German roadster theme: the Mercedes-Benz SLK and Porsche Boxster sell at the same pace, although Porsche also attracts buyers with a separate hardtop version of the Boxster softtop, the Cayman. And the Honda S2000 has found twice as many buyers as the Mazda RX-8 this year. "Hey Roger, look what's parked behind the leftover Ridgelines at the back of the lot."

There were exciting improvements introduced in last month's ranking of car 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 Lincoln Town Car and Volvo S40, nameplates which collected sales in 2012 but not this year. 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 cars by November volume by clicking the November 2013 column header, or you can rank cars 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
Car
November
2013
YTD
November
2012
YTD
%
Change
November
2013
November
2012
% Change
#1
Toyota Camry
378,520
373,479
1.3%
30,386
28,765
5.6%
#2
Honda Accord
334,357
302,444
10.6%
27,093
26,248
3.2%
#3
Honda Civic
307,180
284,791
7.9%
26,291
30,075
-12.6%
#4
Nissan Altima
295,907
278,968
6.1%
24,604
20,305
21.2%
#5
Toyota Corolla/Matrix
279,618
266,268
5.0%
22,434
22,616
-0.8%
#6
Ford Fusion
270,872
221,980
22.0%
22,839
15,125
51.0%
#7
Chevrolet Cruze
230,062
216,528
6.3%
18,200
16,807
8.3%
#8
Hyundai Elantra
226,220
183,010
23.6%
16,751
15,923
5.2%
#9
Ford Focus
219,001
223,318
-1.9%
15,239
18,312
-16.8%
#10
Hyundai Sonata
189,169
209,779
-9.8%
16,595
17,660
-6.0%
#11
Chevrolet Malibu
185,101
199,321
-7.1%
14,405
10,227
40.9%
#12
Volkswagen Jetta
148,400
154,763
-4.1%
12,417
14,259
-12.9%
#12.1
Volkswagen Jetta Sedan *
127,540
133,376
-4.4%
10,828
11,977
-9.6%
#12.2
Volkswagen Jetta SportWagen *
20,860
21,387
-2.5%
1,589
2,282
-30.4%
#13
Toyota Prius ²
146,460
146,360
0.1%
10,901
10,691
2.0%
#13.1
Toyota Prius Sedan *
135,291
134,961
0.2%
9,801
8,925
9.8%
#13.2
Toyota Prius Plug-In *
11,169
11,389
-1.9%
1,100
1,766
-37.7%
#14
Kia Optima
146,419
140,391
4.3%
10,871
12,715
-14.5%
#15
Chevrolet Impala
146,164
159,710
-8.5%
13,418
11,163
20.2%
#16
Nissan Sentra
118,344
98,640
20.0%
11,664
7,176
62.5%
#17
Chrysler 200
116,828
116,396
0.4%
5,621
7,371
-23.7%
#18
Kia Soul
111,734
108,601
2.9%
12,870
7,257
77.3%
#19
Nissan Versa
108,488
102,709
5.6%
8,327
8,826
-5.7%
#20
Subaru Outback
107,047
105,481
1.5%
8,852
10,124
-12.6%
#21
BMW 3-Series/4-Series ³
102,784
88,857
15.7%
13,148
10,776
22.0%
#22
Volkswagen Passat
100,398
102,561
-2.1%
8,876
10,544
-15.8%
#23
Mazda 3
97,044
113,064
-14.2%
7,756
9,841
-21.2%
#24
Dodge Avenger
88,892
89,507
-0.7%
4,887
7,132
-31.5%
#25
Dodge Charger
88,191
74,725
18.0%
6,985
6,316
10.6%
#26
Chevrolet Sonic
81,211
75,257
7.9%
4,712
5,016
-6.1%
#27
Mercedes-Benz C-Class
81,022
73,941
9.6%
7,878
8,565
-8.0%
#28
Dodge Dart
77,939
19,199
306%
6,486
4,489
44.5%
#29
Chevrolet Camaro
75,552
78,554
-3.8%
5,068
4,464
13.5%
#30
Ford Taurus
74,549
67,471
10.5%
4,901
5,734
-14.5%
#30.1
Ford Taurus *
64,367
59,907
7.4%
4,400
5,142
-14.4%
#30.2
Ford Taurus Police Interceptor *
10,182
7,564
34.6%
501
592
-15.4%
#31
Ford Mustang
71,459
77,458
-7.7%
5,376
5,309
1.3%
#32
Subaru Impreza
70,196
74,294
-5.5%
5,274
5,905
-10.7%
#32.1
Subaru Impreza *
53,907
62,312
-13.5%
3,767
4,552
-17.3%
#32.2
Subaru Impreza WRX *
16,289
11,982
36.0%
1,507
1,353
11.4%
#33
Ford Fiesta
66,597
51,163
30.2%
4,642
3,688
25.9%
#34
Toyota Avalon
64,778
24,385
166%
5,835
1,307
346%
#35
Lexus ES
64,368
48,171
33.6%
6,295
6,066
3.8%
#36
Kia Forte
61,844
71,405
-13.4%
4,423
4,266
3.7%
#37
Mercedes-Benz E-Class
61,076
58,187
5.0%
8,614
8,126
6.0%
#38
Hyundai Accent
53,358
58,071
-8.1%
4,641
3,260
42.4%
#39
Chrysler 300
52,843
63,572
-16.9%
4,115
4,759
-13.5%
#40
Honda Fit
48,896
45,666
7.1%
4,140
3,315
24.9%
#41
BMW 5-Series
48,761
48,413
0.7%
5,060
5,857
-13.6%
#42
Dodge Challenger
48,590
39,177
24.0%
2,757
2,868
-3.9%
#43
Subaru XV Crosstrek
48,216
3,987
1109%
5,311
2,060
158%
#44
Nissan Maxima
47,387
55,212
-14.2%
7,208
4,730
52.4%
#45
Buick LaCrosse
45,675
53,002
-13.8%
2,980
3,797
-21.5%
#46
Buick Verano
42,598
36,222
17.6%
2,724
3,574
-23.8%
#47
Volkswagen Beetle
40,315
25,992
55.1%
2,842
1,987
43.0%
#47.1
Volkswagen Beetle Coupe *
23,228
25,988
-10.6%
1,817
1,983
-8.4%
#47.2
Volkswagen Beetle Convertible *
17,087
4
427,075%
1,025
4
25,525%
#48
Subaru Legacy
39,352
42,910
-8.3%
2,911
3,723
-21.8%
#49
Mazda 6
39,273
32,372
21.3%
3,641
1,204
202%
#50
Toyota Prius C ²
39,169
32,582
20.2%
3,001
3,124
-3.9%
#51
Kia Rio
38,586
37,932
1.7%
2,474
2,494
-0.8%
#52
Audi A4
38,151
34,724
9.9%
3,561
3,343
6.5%
#52.1
Audi A4 Sedan/Avant *
33,201
32,044
3.6%
3,169
2,906
9.1%
#52.2
Audi A4 Allroad *
4,950
2,680
84.7%
392
437
-10.3%
#53
Infiniti G/Q60 
38,140
54,328
-29.8%
1,811
4,838
-62.6%
#53.1
Infiniti G Sedan *
28,796
42,346
-32.0%
1,283
3,860
-66.8%
#53.2
Infiniti G37 Coupe/Convertible & Q60 *
9,344
11,982
-22.0%
528
978
-46.0%
#54
Mini Cooper
38,028
40,879
-7.0%
2,509
3,640
-31.1%
#54.1
Mini Cooper Hardtop *
23,959
26,267
-8.8%
1,727
2,490
-30.6%
#54.2
Mini Cooper Clubman *
4,776
5,324
-10.3%
330
480
-31.3%
#54.3
Mini Cooper Convertible *
4,198
4,488
-6.5%
252
325
-22.5%
#54.4
Mini Cooper Roadster *
2,672
2,098
27.4%
109
196
-44.4%
#54.5
Mini Cooper Coupe *
2,423
2,702
-10.3%
91
149
-38.9%
#55
Cadillac ATS
34,432
4,029
755%
3,443
2,152
60.0%
#56
Toyota Venza
33,698
38,672
-12.9%
2,239
3,660
-38.8%
#57
Fiat 500
33,510
40,065
-16.4%
2,138
3,603
-40.7%
#58
Ford C-Max
33,182
8,999
269%
2,398
4,848
-50.5%
#59
Toyota Prius V ²
32,879
37,677
-12.7%
2,227
2,690
-17.2%
#60
Chevrolet Spark
32,418
10,156
219%
1,741
1,709
1.9%
#61
Cadillac XTS
29,889
12,110
147%
3,417
2,414
41.5%
#62
Lexus IS
29,603
25,211
17.4%
3,973
1,988
99.8%
#63
Lincoln MKZ
29,538
26,423
11.8%
2,854
1,335
114%
#64
Cadillac CTS
29,126
43,607
-33.2%
2,643
2,798
-5.5%
#65
Volkswagen Golf
29,079
38,031
-23.5%
2,243
2,709
-17.2%
#65.1
Volkswagen Golf *
15,169
19,200
-21.0%
1,156
1,429
-19.1%
#65.2
Volkswagen Golf GTI *
12,334
15,229
-19.0%
1,047
1,003
4.4%
#65.3
Volkswagen Golf R *
1,576
3,602
-56.2%
40
277
-85.6%
#66
Hyundai Genesis
29,050
31,576
-8.0%
1,989
2,385
-16.6%
#67
Hyundai Veloster
27,664
32,886
-15.9%
2,216
2,084
6.3%
#68
Acura TL
22,523
31,326
-28.1%
1,466
1,918
-23.6%
#69
Volvo S60
21,434
21,012
2.0%
1,426
1,866
-23.6%
#70
Toyota Yaris
20,741
28,591
-27.5%
712
2,194
-67.5%
#71
Chevrolet Volt
20,702
20,828
-0.6%
1,920
1,519
26.4%
#72
Nissan Leaf
20,081
8,330
141%
2,003
1,539
30.1%
#73
Audi A6
19,742
17,123
15.3%
2,112
1,594
32.5%
#74
Acura ILX
18,857
9,766
93.1%
1,582
2,108
-25.0%
#75
Mitsubishi Lancer
18,089
15,125
19.6%
1,508
1,101
37.0%
#76
Scion tC
17,951
21,283
-15.7%
1,446
1,493
-3.1%
#77
Scion FR-S
17,298
9,922
74.3%
1,298
1,350
-3.9%
#78
Audi A5
17,280
15,698
10.1%
1,305
1,385
-5.8%
#79
Lexus GS
17,138
19,364
-11.5%
1,590
1,826
-12.9%
#80
Buick Regal
16,938
23,090
-26.6%
2,018
1,101
83.3%
#81
Scion xB
16,561
18,396
-10.0%
1,323
1,341
-1.3%
#82
Acura TSX
16,465
26,723
-38.4%
1,071
1,768
-39.4%
#82.1
Acura TSX Sedan
14,597
22,903
-36.3%
967
1,384
-30.1%
#82.2
Acura TSX Sport Wagon *
1,868
3,820
-51.1%
104
384
-72.9%
#83
Honda Crosstour
15,487
18,665
-17.0%
1,314
1,907
-31.1%
#84
Volkswagen CC
14,763
19,450
-24.1%
1,048
2,197
-52.3%
#85
Chevrolet Corvette
14,286
12,841
11.3%
2,527
1,104
129%
#86
Lexus CT200h
13,284
16,075
-17.4%
1,002
1,264
-20.7%
#87
Infiniti Q50 
13,248
---
---
5,891
----
---
#88
Mercedes-Benz S-Class
11,446
10,684
7.1%
1,907
1,374
38.8%
#89
Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class
10,828
---
---
3,623
---
---
#90
Mazda 2
10,529
16,348
-35.6%
724
2,495
-71.0%
#91
Hyundai Azera
10,129
7,584
33.6%
512
751
-31.8%
#92
BMW 7-Series
9,813
9,676
1.4%
617
939
-34.3%
#93
Lincoln MKS
9,719
11,174
-13.0%
734
1,065
-31.1%
#94
Lexus LS
9,663
7,059
36.9%
1,039
1,309
-20.6%
#95
Porsche 911
9,614
8,009
20.0%
1,368
765
78.8%
#96
BMW 6-Series
8,684
7,171
21.1%
729
919
-20.7%
#97
Smart ForTwo
8,409
9,013
-6.7%
959
704
36.2%
#98
Scion xD
8,343
10,079
-17.2%
667
799
-16.5%
#99
Subaru BRZ
7,882
3,647
116%
756
527
43.5%
#100
Kia Cadenza
7,782
---
---
913
---
---
#101
Audi A7
7,539
7,672
-1.7%
816
653
25.0%
#102
Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class
7,322
7,362
-0.5%
754
654
15.3%
#103
Jaguar XF
7,117
4,999
42.4%
656
341
92.4%
#104
Mercedes-Benz SL-Class
6,442
4,396
46.5%
351
573
-38.7%
#105
BMW 1-Series
6,181
6,932
-10.8%
699
619
12.9%
#106
Nissan 370Z
6,092
6,932
-12.1%
444
450
-1.3%
#107
Fiat 500L
5,981
---
---
937
---
---
#108
Audi A8
5,582
5,102
9.4%
503
541
-7.0%
#109
Mazda MX-5 Miata
5,504
5,911
-6.9%
337
369
-8.7%
#110
Nissan Cube
5,029
7,078
-28.9%
310
791
-60.8%
#111
Jaguar XJ
4,985
4,463
11.7%
465
266
74.8%
#112
Porsche Panamera
4,921
7,131
-31.0%
472
680
-30.6%
#113
Infiniti M
4,916
8,281
-40.6%
364
784
-53.6%
#114
Acura RLX/RL 
4,456
361
1134%
676
11
6046%
#115
Volvo XC70
4,437
4,995
-11.2%
390
593
-34.2%
#116
Honda Insight
4,384
5,536
-20.8%
402
238
68.9%
#117
Mercedes-Benz SLK-Class
4,364
4,150
5.2%
351
427
-17.8%
#118
Porsche Boxster
4,308
2,519
71.0%
252
467
-46.0%
#119
Honda CR-Z
4,166
3,949
5.5%
295
244
20.9%
#120
Volkswagen Eos
3,956
5,842
-32.3%
238
313
-24.0%
#121
Scion iQ
3,845
8,303
-53.7%
234
623
-62.4%
#122
Chevrolet Caprice PPV
3,487
3,489
-0.1%
248
281
-11.7%
#123
Hyundai Equus
3,226
3,622
-10.9%
359
341
5.3%
#124
Porsche Cayman
3,106
452
587%
328
4
8100%
#125
Volvo C70
3,039
4,233
-28.2%
213
292
-27.1%
#126
Suzuki SX4
2,859
11,809
-75.8%
---
1,176
-100%
#127
BMW Z4
2,289
2,427
-5.7%
162
229
-29.3%
#128
Jaguar F-Type
2,065
---
---
222
---
---
#129
Audi TT
1,894
2,031
-6.7%
155
216
-28.2%
#130
Volvo S80
1,749
3,070
-43.0%
173
265
-34.7%
#131
Suzuki Kizashi
1,602
5,204
-69.2%
---
504
-100%
#132
Mitsubishi Mirage
1,547
----

1,052
---
---
#133
Mitsubishi Galant
1,426
12,962
-89.0%
41
295
-86.1%
#134
Volvo C30
1,344
2,587
-48.0%
27
266
-89.8%
#135
Jaguar XK
1,241
1,500
-17.3%
103
106
-2.8%
#136
Nissan GT-R
1,158
1,139
1.7%
95
85
11.8%
#137
Mitsubishi i MiEV
1,018
511
99.2%
12
42
-71.4%
#138
Audi A3
857
6,808
-87.4%
-
400
-100%
#139
Audi R8
743
751
-1.1%
78
50
56.0%
#140
Dodge (SRT) Viper ¹
536
20
2580%
41
----
---
#141
Mercedes-Benz CL-Class
431
652
-33.9%
36
63
-42.9%
#142
Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG
407
762
-46.6%
41
28
46.4%
#143
Chevrolet SS
179
---
---
178
---
---
#144
Mitsubishi Eclipse
109
1,153
-90.5%
---
26
-100%
#144.1
Mitsubishi Eclipse *
40
704
-94.3%
---
19
-100%
#144.2
Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder *
69
449
-84.6%
---
7
-100%
#145
Dodge Caliber
45
10,145
-99.6%
---
32
-100%
#146
Mercedes-Benz R-Class
30
1,464
-98.0%
---
7
-100%
#147
Lexus LFA
22
40
-45.0%
2
4
-50.0%
#148
Cadillac DTS
19
465
-95.9%
---
2
-100%
#149
Buick Lucerne
9
970
-99.1%
---
---
---
#150
Cadillac STS
7
160
-95.6%
---
2
-100%
#151
Honda FCX
6
5
20.0%
---
---
---
#152
Lexus HS250h
5
647
-99.2%
-
3
-100%
#153
Chevrolet HHR
3
21
-85.7%
---
---
---
T154
Chevrolet Aveo
2
64
-96.9%
---
1
-100%
T154
Honda S2000
2
---
---
---
---
---
#156
Mazda RX-8
1
79
-98.7%
---
---
--
#270
Ford Crown Victoria
---
3,883
-100%
---
233
-100%
#272
Lincoln Town Car
---
949
-100%
---
12
-100%
#274
Volvo S40
---
51
-100%
---
---
--
#275
Mercedes-Benz B-Class
---
26
-100%
---
3
-100%
#276
Chevrolet Cobalt
---
11
-100%
---
---
---
#278
Lexus SC
---
2
-100%
---
---
---
#279
Suzuki Forenza/Reno
---
1
-100%
---
---
---
#280
Mercedes-Benz CLK-Class
---
1
-100%
---
1
-100%
---
---
------ --- --- --- ---
---
Total
7,168,8966,785,7515.6% 598,763 568,965 5.2%
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.
¹ Chrysler markets the Viper not as a Dodge but as an SRT, but we show it here as a Dodge so you can see the Viper with like-minded products when you sort vehicles alphabetically using the Car 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 80 best-selling cars.

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