June 2014 U.S. Passenger Car Sales Rankings – Top 151 Best-Selling Cars In America – Every Car Ranked


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Car sales dropped slightly in the abbreviated month of June 2014 as overall new vehicle sales surprised with strong results. Seven of America’s ten best-selling cars in June, 11 of the top 20, reported year-over-year sales gains. 

• U.S. Car Sales Rankings By Model – June 2015 YTD
U.S. Car Sales Rankings By Model – July 2014 YTD
U.S. Car Sales Rankings By Model – May 2014 YTD
U.S. Car Sales Rankings By Model – June 2013 YTD
Top 20 Best-Selling Cars In America – June 2014

Most notably, the best-selling car in America, Toyota’s midsize Camry, jumped 13% compared with June 2013 figures. Hyundai’s Sonata recorded its best ever month with more than 25,000 sales. Nissan Sentra sales shot up 68%. The Sentra ranks twelfth among passenger cars through the first half of 2014 and sixth among compact cars – the Sentra was America’s 17th-best-selling car at this point a year ago. The big change? It now outsells the Volkswagen Jetta.

The Sentra’s gains are symptomatic of Nissan’s surge. June sales at Nissan were higher than they’ve ever been for the sixth month of the year despite the Altima’s decrease. The Versa leads all subcompacts – Versa volume jumped 33% in June. And the Leaf, though comparatively rare, is selling substantially more often than it did a year ago. Sales are up by 2897 units. Chevrolet Volt volume has tumbled by 1240 units, a story GCBC covered yesterday.

We have decided to take advantage of this halfway point in the calendar to adjust the way a number of vehicles are displayed here, and this will have an impact on the way you compare rankings when looking back at previous months. The Infiniti G sedan has been separated from what was the G coupe and convertible but is now the Q60.

Top 20 Worst-Selling Vehicles In America – June 2014 YTD
Minivan Sales In America – June 2014 YTD

There were other important improvements introduced in last October’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 included vehicles like the Cadillac STS and Suzuki SX4, nameplates which collected sales in the first half of 2013 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.

U.S. Auto Sales Brand Rankings – June 2014 YTD
All Makes & Models Ranked By June 2014 YTD U.S. Sales
• All 88 SUVs & Crossovers Ranked By June 2014 YTD U.S. Sales
Top 13 Best-Selling Pickup Trucks In America – June 2014 YTD

Reminder: these are 2014 year-to-date rankings, but you can sort vehicles by June volume by clicking the June 2014 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 Car column header.

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
June
2014
YTD
June
2013
YTD
%
Change
June
2014
June
2013
% Change
#1 Toyota Camry 222,540 207,626 7.2% 40,664 35,870 13.4%
#2 Honda Accord 185,278 186,860 -0.8% 32,329 31,677 2.1%
#3 Nissan Altima 176,453 167,787 5.2% 26,111 26,904 -2.9%
#4 Toyota Corolla/Matrix 174,354 158,972 9.7% 30,945 26,458 17.0%
#5 Honda Civic 167,097 158,704 5.3% 32,301 29,724 8.7%
#6 Ford Fusion 165,498 161,146 2.7% 27,604 24,313 13.5%
#7 Chevrolet Cruze 145,338 133,689 8.7% 26,008 32,871 -20.9%
#8 Ford Focus 120,956 134,785 -10.3% 26,266 23,144 13.5%
#9 Hyundai Elantra 112,497 126,244 -10.9% 17,168 22,163 -22.5%
#10 Hyundai Sonata 106,347 103,010 3.2% 25,195 19,454 29.5%
#11 Chevrolet Malibu 103,505 111,100 -6.8% 16,137 21,288 -24.2%
#12 Nissan Sentra 93,898 66,439 41.3% 17,097 10,199 67.6%
#13 Kia Optima 82,813 83,458 -0.8% 13,866 14,599 -5.0%
#14 Chevrolet Impala 78,499 83,382 -5.9% 14,378 17,255 -16.7%
#15 Volkswagen Jetta 76,307 81,296 -6.1% 12,090 14,813 -18.4%
#15.1 Volkswagen Jetta Sedan * 65,748 70,511 -6.8% 10,102 12,960 -22.1%
#15.2 Volkswagen Jetta SportWagen * 10,559 10,785 -2.1% 1,988 1,853 7.3%
#16 Kia Soul 74,999 63,031 19.0% 12,322 11,287 9.2%
#17 Toyota Prius ² 72,337 81,023 -10.7% 12,848 14,650 -12.3%
#17.1 Toyota Prius Plug-In * 9,300 4,214 121% 1,571 584 169%
#17.2 Toyota Prius Sedan * 63,037 76,809 -17.9% 11,277 14,066 -19.8%
#18 Nissan Versa 67,940 63,761 6.6% 11,613 8,705 33.4%
#19 Subaru Outback 62,755 61,311 2.4% 11,525 12,210 -5.6%
#20 BMW 3-Series & 4-Series ³ 56,657 49,162 15.2% 11,543 10,957 5.3%
#21 Mazda 3 52,148 52,701 -1.0% 8,824 7,566 16.6%
#22 Chevrolet Sonic 50,390 44,905 12.2% 9,718 7,122 36.5%
#23 Volkswagen Passat 49,775 56,119 -11.3% 7,222 10,874 -33.6%
#24 Dodge Charger 49,767 51,981 -4.3% 8,444 9,812 -13.9%
#25 Chevrolet Camaro 46,672 42,312 10.3% 7,721 7,236 6.7%
#26 Chrysler 200 45,178 75,015 -39.8% 7,345 12,360 -40.6%
#27 Subaru Impreza 44,334 39,106 13.4% 7,342 6,907 6.3%
#27.1 Subaru Impreza * 31,099 29,553 5.2% 5,277 5,210 1.3%
#27.2 Subaru Impreza WRX/STi * 13,235 9,553 38.5% 2,065 1,697 21.7%
#28 Ford Mustang 44,231 43,111 2.6% 7,631 9,243 -17.4%
#29 Dodge Avenger 40,463 61,018 -33.7% 5,344 7,582 -29.5%
#30 Dodge Dart 37,967 44,949 -15.5% 7,225 6,437 12.2%
#31 Kia Forte 37,951 34,351 10.5% 5,846 6,620 -11.7%
#32 Ford Taurus 35,094 42,590 -17.6% 6,715 8,818 -23.8%
#32.1 Ford Taurus * 29,672 37,447 -20.8% 5,618 8,061 -30.3%
#32.2 Ford Taurus Police Interceptor * 5,422 5,143 5.4% 1,097 757 44.9%
#33 Ford Fiesta 35,081 38,164 -8.1% 6,450 9,363 -31.1%
#34 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 34,596 28,231 22.5% 6,500 5,181 25.5%
#35 Hyundai Accent 34,264 29,459 16.3% 5,720 5,237 9.2%
#36 Subaru XV Crosstrek 33,765 25,090 34.6% 5,434 4,652 16.8%
#37 Lexus ES 33,170 33,493 -1.0% 5,508 5,680 -3.0%
#38 Mercedes-Benz C-Class 33,034 45,902 -28.0% 5,607 7,639 -26.6%
#39 Toyota Avalon 32,031 37,471 -14.5% 5,605 6,526 -14.1%
#40 BMW 5-Series 27,617 25,891 6.7% 7,940 4,484 77.1%
#41 Mazda 6 26,918 21,668 24.2% 4,793 3,840 24.8%
#42 Dodge Challenger 26,281 29,982 -12.3% 4,377 5,101 -14.2%
#43 Chrysler 300 26,014 29,445 -11.7% 3,566 4,280 -16.7%
#44 Buick LaCrosse 25,280 24,482 3.3% 5,332 3,999 33.3%
#45 Lexus IS 23,573 10,786 119% 3,932 1,919 105%
#46 Nissan Maxima 23,451 23,675 -0.9% 3,528 3,571 -1.2%
#47 Chevrolet Spark 22,299 17,588 26.8% 3,708 3,104 19.5%
#48 Buick Verano 22,090 23,433 -5.7% 3,984 4,489 -11.2%
#49 Honda Fit 21,824 25,541 -14.6% 3,698 5,055 -26.8%
#50 Toyota Prius C ² 20,283 20,575 -1.4% 3,291 3,442 -4.4%
#51 Kia Rio 19,966 23,660 -15.6% 3,257 4,169 -21.9%
#52 Audi A4 19,409 20,589 -5.7% 3,756 3,824 -1.8%
#52.1 Audi A4 Allroad * 2,010 2,747 -26.8% 391 576 -32.1%
#52.2 Audi A4 Sedan/Avant * 17,399 17,842 -2.5% 3,365 3,248 3.6%
#53 Lincoln MKZ 18,976 14,440 31.4% 2,990 3,180 -6.0%
#54 Fiat 500 18,179 21,071 -13.7% 3,328 3,509 -5.2%
#55 Infiniti Q50 †  18,006 2,423
#56 Subaru Legacy 17,854 23,408 -23.7% 3,131 4,363 -28.2%
#57 Chevrolet Corvette 17,744 5,673 213% 2,723 853 219%
#58 Toyota Venza 16,254 20,612 -21.1% 2,322 2,875 -19.2%
#59 Volkswagen Beetle 16,128 21,187 -23.9% 2,585 3,780 -31.6%
#59.1 Volkswagen Beetle Coupe * 9,240 12,710 -27.3% 1,292 1,771 -27.0%
#59.2 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible * 6,888 8,477 -18.7% 1,293 2,009 -35.6%
#60 Cadillac CTS 16,008 15,133 5.8% 2,174 2,416 -10.0%
#61 Hyundai Veloster 14,970 15,044 -0.5% 2,554 2,741 -6.8%
#62 Cadillac ATS 14,910 19,183 -22.3% 2,358 3,459 -31.8%
#63 Toyota Prius V ² 14,481 18,616 -22.2% 2,510 2,987 -16.0%
#64 Hyundai Genesis ³ 14,046 16,402 -14.4% 3,109 2,938 5.8%
#65 Ford C-Max 13,450 20,340 -33.9% 2,940 3,344 -12.1%
#66 Nissan Leaf 12,736 9,839 29.4% 2,347 2,225 5.5%
#67 Mini Cooper 12,604 21,079 -40.2% 3,238 4,172 -22.4%
#67.1 Mini Cooper Clubman * 1,910 2,221 -14.0% 361 568 -36.4%
#67.2 Mini Cooper Convertible * 1,737 2,415 -28.1% 368 595 -38.2%
#67.3 Mini Cooper Coupe * 512 1,084 -52.8% 78 269 -71.0%
#67.4 Mini Cooper Hardtop * 7,721 13,743 -43.8% 2,304 2,363 -2.5%
#67.5 Mini Cooper Roadster * 724 1,616 -55.2% 127 377 -66.3%
#68 Buick Regal 12,303 8,820 39.5% 1,743 1,383 26.0%
#69 Audi A6 11,910 9,939 19.8% 2,191 1,892 15.8%
#70 Cadillac XTS 11,490 14,684 -21.8% 1,693 2,234 -24.2%
#71 Volkswagen Golf 11,469 16,784 -31.7% 2,528 2,602 -2.8%
#71.1 Volkswagen Golf GTI * 6,771 6,551 3.4% 1,927 1,169 64.8%
#71.2 Volkswagen Golf * 4,683 9,062 -48.3% 600 1,277 -53.0%
#71.3 Volkswagen Golf R * 15 1,171 -98.7% 1 156 -99.4%
#72 Mercedes-Benz S-Class 11,231 6,211 80.8% 1,780 841 111%
#73 Volvo S60 11,221 12,899 -13.0% 2,337 2,666 -12.3%
#74 Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class 10,576 1,658
#75 Lexus GS 10,122 9,068 11.6% 1,511 1,728 -12.6%
#76 Scion tC 9,243 8,827 4.7% 1,389 1,711 -18.8%
#77 Acura TL 9,016 14,590 -38.2% 990 2,156 -54.1%
#78 Mitsubishi Lancer 8,848 10,840 -18.4% 1,152 1,422 -19.0%
#79 Chevrolet Volt 8,615 9,855 -12.6% 1,777 2,698 -34.1%
#80 Audi A5 8,538 9,503 -10.2% 1,554 1,821 -14.7%
#81 Toyota Yaris 8,532 11,926 -28.5% 1,322 747 77.0%
#82 Infiniti G Sedan †  8,441 18,666 -54.8% 1,392 3,659 -62.0%
#83 Acura ILX 8,357 10,724 -22.1% 928 1,507 -38.4%
#84 Lexus CT200h 8,337 7,552 10.4% 1,521 1,513 0.5%
#85 Mitsubishi Mirage 8,267 1,451
#86 Scion xB 8,218 9,519 -13.7% 1,218 1,644 -25.9%
#87 Mazda 2 7,957 5,594 42.2% 2,103 743 183%
#88 Audi A3 7,735 826 836% 2,452 13 18,762%
#89 Scion FR-S 7,662 10,021 -23.5% 1,128 1,815 -37.9%
#90 Fiat 500L 6,793 541 1,156% 1,150 541 113%
#91 Honda Crosstour 6,378 8,568 -25.6% 675 1,479 -54.4%
#92 Volkswagen CC 5,953 8,243 -27.8% 1,003 1,209 -17.0%
#93 Acura TSX 5,425 9,454 -42.6% 681 1,708 -60.1%
#93.1 Acura TSX Sedan * 4,883 8,290 -41.1% 614 1,554 -60.5%
#93.2 Acura TSX SportWagon * 542 1,164 -53.4% 67 154 -56.5%
#94 Kia Cadenza 5,415 1,528 254% 1,035 1,001 3.4%
#95 BMW 6-Series 5,333 5,154 3.5% 322 1,409 -77.1%
#96 Porsche 911 5,168 5,326 -3.0% 809 818 -1.1%
#97 BMW 7-Series 4,711 5,075 -7.2% 1,548 855 81.1%
#98 Lincoln MKS 4,688 5,112 -8.3% 602 906 -33.6%
#99 Smart Fortwo 4,647 4,459 4.2% 673 781 -13.8%
#100 Audi A7 4,469 4,040 10.6% 686 611 12.3%
#101 Subaru BRZ 4,295 4,068 5.6% 557 789 -29.4%
#102 Scion xD 4,286 4,324 -0.9% 678 780 -13.1%
#103 Hyundai Azera 4,191 5,792 -27.6% 705 813 -13.3%
#104 Nissan 370Z 4,114 3,217 27.9% 662 590 12.2%
#105 Infiniti Q60 & G37 Coupe/Convertible †  4,020 5,431 -26.0% 752 1,071 -29.8%
#106 Lexus LS 3,954 5,247 -24.6% 582 691 -15.8%
#107 Jaguar XF 3,442 3,872 -11.1% 312 634 -50.8%
#108 BMW 1-Series & 2-Series ³ 3,268 3,189 2.5% 680 634 7.3%
#109 Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class 3,194 3,652 -12.5% 526 611 -13.9%
#110 Porsche Panamera 3,125 2,532 23.4% 677 248 173%
#111 Volvo V60 2,739 470
#112 Infiniti M/Q70 2,725 2,945 -7.5% 379 518 -26.8%
#113 Mazda MX-5 Miata 2,663 3,149 -15.4% 412 630 -34.6%
#114 Audi A8 2,634 3,099 -15.0% 585 577 1.4%
#115 Mercedes-Benz SL-Class 2,542 3,840 -33.8% 369 664 -44.4%
#116 Mercedes-Benz SLK-Class 2,349 2,305 1.9% 371 312 18.9%
#117 Honda Insight 2,333 2,362 -1.2% 333 384 -13.3%
#118 Jaguar XJ 2,322 2,555 -9.1% 408 460 -11.3%
#119 Nissan Cube 2,294 3,319 -30.9% 336 441 -23.8%
#120 Volvo XC70 2,181 2,427 -10.1% 404 433 -6.7%
#121 Porsche Boxster 2,110 2,727 -23.0% 338 423 -20.0%
#122 Acura RLX/RL  2,084 1,563 33.3% 229 499 -54.1%
#123 Honda CR-Z 1,999 2,415 -17.2% 302 393 -23.2%
#124 Volkswagen Eos 1,949 2,441 -20.2% 409 430 -4.9%
#125 Hyundai Equus 1,777 1,527 16.4% 250 195 28.2%
#126 Porsche Cayman 1,776 1,205 47.0% 214 388 -45.0%
#127 Jaguar F-Type 1,737 576 202% 428 417 2.6%
#128 Chevrolet Caprice PPV 1,732 1,552 11.6% 434 511 -15.1%
#129 Chevrolet SS 1,662 217
#130 Scion iQ 1,227 2,309 -46.9% 199 390 -49.0%
#131 BMW Z4 1,213 1,396 -13.1% 114 204 -44.1%
#132 Volvo S80 961 906 6.1% 127 116 9.5%
#133 Audi TT 869 994 -12.6% 124 173 -28.3%
#134 Kia K900 816 224
#135 Jaguar XK 816 795 2.6% 115 126 -8.7%
#136 Volvo C70 729 1,465 -50.2% 54 310 -82.6%
#137 BMW i3 694 358
#138 Nissan GT-R 560 624 -10.3% 79 138 -42.8%
#139 Audi R8 422 397 6.3% 65 75 -13.3%
#140 Cadillac ELR 390 97
#141 Dodge Viper 354 226 56.6% 36 97 -62.9%
#142 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG 160 241 -33.6% 18 29 -37.9%
#143 Mercedes-Benz CL-Class 144 268 -46.3% 11 30 -63.3%
#144 Mitsubishi Galant 122 1,080 -88.7% 117 -100%
#145 Mitsubishi i MiEV 97 882 -89.0% 22 39 -43.6%
#146 Volvo C30 64 956 -93.3% 98 -100%
#147 Lexus LFA 12 17 -29.4% 2 1 100%
#148 Mercedes-Benz R-Class 6 23 -73.9% 1 -100%
#149 Mercedes-Benz CLK-Class 2
T150 Honda FCX 1 2 -50.0%
T150 Mazda RX-8 1 1 0.0%
#271 Suzuki SX4 2,859 -100%
#272 Suzuki Kizashi 1,602 -100%
#275 Mitsubishi Eclipse 109 -100%
#276 Dodge Caliber 45 -100%
#278 Cadillac DTS 19 -100% 16 -100%
#279 Buick Lucerne 9 -100% 5 -100%
#280 Mercedes-Benz B-Class 8 -100% 2 -100%
#281 Cadillac STS 7 -100% 4 -100%
#282 Chevrolet HHR 3 -100% 1 -100%
#283 Lexus HS250h 3 -100% 1 -100%
#284 Chevrolet Aveo 2 -100%
#285 Honda S2000 2 -100% 2 -100%
#286 Honda Element 1 -100%
Total
4,013,555 4,011,025 0.1% 703,771 710,139 -0.9%

Source: Automakers & ANDC
* Italicized, asterisked, 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, without which Mercedes-Benz falls to 151,624 YTD (up 6.8%) and 26,506 in June (up 8.6%).
² Total Prius Family sales: down 10.9% to 107,101 YTD, down 11.%% to 18,649 in June.
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, while also combining the 1-Series and 2-Series. Hyundai does the same with the Genesis and Genesis Coupe.
† Total Infiniti G/Q50/Q60 sales: up 26.4% to 30,467 YTD, down 3.4% to 4567 in June. Total G Sedan and Q50 sales: up 41.7% to 26,447 YTD, up 4.3% to 3815 in June. 
‡ 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, Rolls-Royce etc. are unfortunately not broken down by model. ANDC estimates say sales for those brands in June 2014 were 102, 175, 59, 14, and 75, respectively.
° Tesla, unfortunately, doesn’t release model-specific monthly U.S. sales data, but Automotive News has begun supplying estimates for the brand, and those estimates say Tesla sold 2350 cars in June, 13,230 YTD. The estimate in the table above is from HybridCars.com