Top 30 Best-Selling Vehicles In America - April 2014

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America's five best-selling vehicles in April 2014 attracted nearly 16% of the industry's 1.39 million new vehicle buyers. All of the eight top-selling vehicles reported year-over-year sales improvements, substantial improvements in the case of Toyota's Camry and Corolla and Ram's pickup lineup.

USA best selling autos market share chart April 2014
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The Ford F-Series continues its streak at the top of the heap. The F-Series outsold its nearest rival by 20,632 units, and even the Silverado and its GMC Sierra twin fell 3386 units short of the Ford's total. 

After one month in second place, the Ram P/U slid back to fourth spot in April. In all, there are five trucks in the top 30, including Toyota's 29th-ranked Tacoma. 

There is just one minivan, the Dodge Grand Caravan. Minivans accounted for 3.7% of the new vehicles sold in the United States in April. Jeeps finished the month in the 21st, 22nd, and 24th positions; they were joined by six other utility vehicles, including the top-selling Honda CR-V.


• Top 30 Best-Selling Vehicles In America - April 2015
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• Top 30 Best-Selling Vehicles In America - April 2013
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• Top 15 Best-Selling Luxury Vehicles In America - April 2014


Compared with April 2013, this list failed to include a number of last year's contenders: the Honda Odyssey, Chrysler 200, Toyota Prius, and Volkswagen Jetta are all missing from April 2014's top 30. They were replaced by the aforementioned Grand Caravan as well as Jeep's Cherokee (not on sale last year), the Chevrolet Impala, and the Nissan Sentra.

Historical monthly and yearly sales figures for any of these top-selling vehicles can always be accessed through the dropdown menu at GCBC's Sales Stats page, and for those not viewing the mobile version of this site, near the top right of this page, as well.

April 2015 • May 2014 • March 2014April 2013
Rank
Vehicle
April
2014
April
2013
%
Change
2014
YTD
2013
YTD
%
Change
#1
Ford F-Series
63,387 59,030 7.4% 236,745 227,873 3.9%
#2
Chevrolet Silverado
42,755 39,395 8.5% 150,512 156,044 -3.5%
#3
Toyota Camry
38,009 31,710 19.9% 132,292 132,540 -0.2%
#4
Ram P/U
36,674 31,409 16.8% 156,435 133,339 17.3%
#5
Honda Accord
34,124 33,538 1.7% 113,312 121,965 -7.1%
#6
Toyota Corolla/Matrix
29,061 24,273 19.7% 106,798 104,517 2.2%
#7
Honda CR-V
28,485 26,519 7.4% 96,133 91,893 4.6%
#8
Honda Civic
27,611 26,453 4.4% 98,707 98,712 -0.1%
#9
Ford Fusion
26,435 26,722 -1.1% 104,013 107,280 -3.0%
#10
Nissan Altima
25,004 21,991 13.7% 114,289 108,943 4.9%
#11
Ford Escape
24,579 25,826 -4.8% 95,884 98,809 -3.0%
#12
Chevrolet Cruze
21,752 22,032 -1.3% 86,937 77,763 11.8%
#13
Hyundai Sonata
20,495 16,077 27.5% 60,748 63,362 -4.1%
#14
Chevrolet Equinox
20,315 20,965 -3.1% 76,388 79,834 -4.3%
#15
Hyundai Elantra
20,225 24,445 -17.3% 73,462 78,991 -7.0%
#16
Chevrolet Malibu
19,944 21,734 -8.2% 68,080 70,913 -4.0%
#17
Ford Focus
19,104 22,557 -15.3% 71,007 84,455 -15.9%
#18
Toyota RAV4
18,834 18,541 1.6% 71,898 59,954 19.9%
#19
Ford Explorer
18,479 15,440 19.7% 64,547 66,637 -3.1%
#20
GMC Sierra
17,246 14,208 21.4% 59,459 55,004 8.1%
#21
Jeep Grand Cherokee
15,652 15,003 4.3% 56,490 48,136 17.4%
#22
Jeep Wrangler
15,389 13,445 14.5% 50,063 45,291 10.5%
#23
Nissan Rogue
15,066 11,904 26.6% 65,514 46,200 41.8%
#24
Jeep Cherokee
15,007 --- --- 51,103 --- ---
#25
Kia Optima
14,589 14,678 -0.6% 52,104 53,491 -2.6%
#26
Kia Soul
14,403 11,311 27.3% 47,071 40,324 16.7%
#27
Nissan Sentra
14,080 10,734 31.2% 53,869 43,736 25.5%
#28
Chevrolet Impala
13,915 10,943 27.2% 50,773 55,286 -8.2%
#29
Toyota Tacoma
13,871 12,971 6.9% 49,100 52,438 -6.4%
#30
Dodge Grand Caravan
13,352 9783 36.5% 45,377 36,273 25.1%
Source: Automakers

1 comment:

  1. BlueBoomPony5/02/2014 11:48 pm

    Ethos schmethos. The Countryman is great, and it's still the smallest thing in most parking lots when I park, unless there's a Smart car or new Fiat around. They said they won't go bigger. Calm down.

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