Top 30 Best-Selling Vehicles In America - February 2014

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In February 2014, Behind The Tacoma And Forester
America's best-selling vehicle, the Ford F-Series, accounted for 47% of Ford brand light truck volume, 32% of Ford brand volume, 30% of Ford Motor Company volume, 9% of the U.S. auto industry's light truck volume, and 5% of total new vehicle volume in February 2014.

The F-Series outsold its nearest rival pairing from General Motors - Silverado and Sierra, by 5066 sales in February 2014. 

The GM truck twins outsold the F-Series by 1287 units in February 2013. These three trucks joined the Ram P/U as a quartet of pickups on this list of America's 30 best-selling vehicles.


USA best selling autos market share chart February 2014
The Nissan Altima and 15 other cars made up the majority of players in the top 30, although according to the Automotive News Data Center, passenger cars were responsible for just 49% of the auto industry's total February volume. 

SUVs and crossovers, from the Ford Escape to the 30th-ranked Ford Edge, filled in the gaps. There were no minivans among the top 30 in February.

Compared with the equivalent list from one month ago, the Toyota Tacoma and Subaru Forester were knocked out in favour of the Edge and Nissan Sentra. 

GCBC has already published rankings for 35 different brands and 13 different trucks and 20 SUVs and crossovers and 20 passenger cars, links for which you can access at the bottom of this post. Below, you'll find a list where all vehicles of all types are thrown in together: the 30 most popular vehicles in the United States in February 2014.

February 2015 • March 2014 • January 2014February 2013
Rank
Vehicle
February
2014
February
2013
%
Change
2014
YTD
2013
YTD
%
Change
#1
Ford F-Series
55,882 54,489 2.6% 102,418 101,330 1.1%
#2
Chevrolet Silverado
36,584 41,643 -12.1% 65,510 77,088 -15.0%
#3
Nissan Altima
30,849 27,725 11.3% 53,364 49,189 8.5%
#4
(Dodge) Ram P/U
29,303 23,289 25.8% 54,374 43,763 24.2%
#5
Toyota Camry
28,998 31,270 -7.3% 52,330 63,167 -17.2%
#6
Toyota Corolla/Matrix
25,299 24,999 1.2% 48,052 48,821 -1.6%
#7
Honda Accord
24,622 27,999 -12.1% 45,226 51,923 -12.9%
#8
Ford Fusion
23,898 27,875 -14.3% 44,615 50,274 -11.3%
#9
Ford Escape
23,145 24,110 -4.0% 42,604 44,049 -3.3%
#10
Chevrolet Cruze
21,836 17,947 21.7% 38,664 32,471 19.1%
#11
Chevrolet Equinox
21,587 20,649 4.5% 36,134 37,872 -4.6%
#12
Honda Civic
21,575 22,713 -5.0% 43,399 44,594 -2.7%
#13
Honda CR-V
20,759 20,668 0.4% 38,991 38,477 1.3%
#14
Chevrolet Malibu
17,448 14,817 17.8% 29,270 30,640 -4.5%
#15
Nissan Rogue
17,197 9964 72.6% 31,028 18,915 64.0%
#16
Toyota RAV4
16,451 13,329 23.4% 33,331 24,939 33.7%
#17
Hyundai Elantra
16,393 16,219 1.1% 31,719 28,393 11.7%
#18
Ford Focus
15,926 20,808 -23.5% 27,929 36,969 -24.5%
#19
GMC Sierra
14,232 14,133 0.7% 25,350 26,979 -6.0%
#20
Ford Explorer
13,924 17,391 -19.9% 26,734 32,598 -18.0%
#21
Jeep Grand Cherokee
12,691 9439 34.5% 24,898 20,504 21.4%
#22
Nissan Sentra
12,339 10,058 22.7% 21,466 19,037 12.8%
#23
Toyota Highlander
12,052 9310 29.5% 22,728 18,141 25.3%
#24
Chrysler 200
12,046 11,446 5.2% 22,958 20,292 13.1%
#25
Chevrolet Impala
12,008 15,424 -22.1% 23,906 29,577 -19.2%
#26
Volkswagen Jetta
11,908 11,968 -0.5% 21,676 22,490 -3.6%
#27
Jeep Cherokee
11,795 --- --- 22,300 --- ---
#28
Kia Optima
11,226 13,195 -14.9% 21,205 24,447 -13.3%
#29
Hyundai Sonata
11,190 16,007 -30.1% 21,005 29,254 -28.2%
#30
Ford Edge
10,965 9683 13.2% 20,376 19,297 5.6%
Source: Automakers
Red font indicates year-over-year declining sales 

RECOMMENDED READING
Top 30 Best-Selling Vehicles In America - February 2015
Top 30 Best-Selling Vehicles In America - March 2014
Top 30 Best-Selling Vehicles In America - January 2014
Top 30 Best-Selling Vehicles In America - February 2013
U.S. Auto Sales Brand Rankings - February 2014 YTD
Top 20 Best-Selling Cars In America - February 2014
Top 20 Best-Selling SUVs In America - February 2014
Top 13 Best-Selling Trucks In America - February 2014 YTD

4 comments:

  1. Dean Koehler3/04/2014 1:00 am

    Volvo has shown 3 stunning concepts recently - coupe, estate and XC. They have committed to producing the coupe in limited numbers which should bring some interest back to the brand.

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  2. dwight mannsburden3/07/2014 4:11 pm

    WTH is up with Nissan, and in particular Altima being the top selling car? They're not brand new, they're not heavily advertised, they're just there. Incentives?

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  3. Can we finally stick a fork in the Smart Car---Pleassse?

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  4. Nissan Altima was redesigned last year, and is priced at the bottom of the segment. Toyota recaptured it's number one spot form Nissan in March largely by matching their pricing, using incentives. The surprise to me is the car critics faves, the Accord and the 6 are uncompetitive. So much for the car critics?

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