July 2014 U.S. Passenger Car Sales Rankings - Top 153 Best-Selling Cars In America - Every Car Ranked

2014 Lexus IS250
Through the first seven months of 2014 the Toyota Camry has outsold the second-best-selling Honda Accord by 42,077 units in the United States. Camry sales have risen 8%; Accord sales have increased a little less than 1%. 

All seven of America's seven-best-selling passenger car nameplates have produced greater sales over the last seven months than they did during the same phase in 2013. In July, despite more impressive growth in the car market, three of those seven cars - Cruze, Civic, Altima - recorded year-over-year declines.


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


Year-to-date, the greatest year-over-year improvements among passenger cars belongs to the Audi A3. But the A3 wasn't properly and readily available at this stage last year, so while the A3-to-A3 comparison is a good one for Audi sales personnel who now have an entry-level car to sell, it's not terribly valid when comparing cars with cars. 

Among cars which were actively marketed at this time last year, the Chevrolet Corvette, fuelled by a surge of interest in the seventh-generation sports car, has more than tripled its January-July 2013 sales volume in 2014. That's a gain of 14,460 units for the Corvette.

Sales of the plug-in version of Toyota's Prius have more than doubled. Lexus IS volume has jumped 95%. The Mercedes-Benz S-Class is up 94%. Mazda 2 sales have risen 57% and the Nissan Sentra, the highest-volume product in this conversation, are up 43%. 

Last month we decided 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. In other words, there are extra lines in the full rankings.
More than those changes, this month the Mercedes-Benz B-Class EV and Porsche 918 Spyder were added as new vehicles. (Porsche retroactively reported a 918 Spyder sale for June, as well.)


All Makes & Models Ranked By U.S. July 2014 YTD Sales
Top 13 Best-Selling Pickup Trucks In America - July 2014 YTD
Commercial Van Sales In America - July 2014 YTD
Minivan Sales In America - July 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 Mitsubishi Eclipse and Chevrolet HHR, 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 - July 2014 YTD
All Makes & Models Ranked By July 2014 YTD U.S. Sales
• All SUVs & Crossovers Ranked By July 2014 YTD U.S. Sales


Reminder: these are 2014 year-to-date rankings, but you can sort cars by July volume by clicking the July 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.

Click Column Headers To Sort • July 2015 • August 2014 • June 2014July 2013
Rank
Car
July
2014
YTD
July
2013
YTD
%
Change
July
2014
July
2013
% Change
#1Toyota Camry262,428 242,406 8.3%39,888 34,780 14.7%
#2Honda Accord220,351 218,367 0.9%35,073 31,507 11.3%
#3Toyota Corolla/Matrix205,187 183,435 11.9%30,833 24,463 26.0%
#4Nissan Altima203,107 197,321 2.9%26,654 29,534 -9.8%
#5Honda Civic197,135 191,120 3.1%30,038 32,416 -7.3%
#6Ford Fusion189,440 181,668 4.3%23,942 20,522 16.7%
#7Chevrolet Cruze166,264 159,136 4.5%20,926 25,447 -17.8%
#8Ford Focus138,680 151,549 -8.5%17,724 16,764 5.7%
#9Hyundai Elantra134,710 150,202 -10.3%22,213 23,958 -7.3%
#10Hyundai Sonata128,924 121,913 5.8%22,577 18,903 19.4%
#11Chevrolet Malibu117,042 123,573 -5.3%13,537 12,473 8.5%
#12Nissan Sentra111,477 77,878 43.1%17,579 11,439 53.7%
#13Kia Optima96,401 97,210 -0.8%13,588 13,752 -1.2%
#14Kia Soul89,708 73,191 22.6%14,709 10,160 44.8%
#15Volkswagen Jetta89,449 94,684 -5.5%13,142 13,388 -1.8%
#15.1Volkswagen Jetta Sedan *76,75681,589-5.9%11,00811,078-0.6%
#15.2Volkswagen Jetta SportWagen *12,69313,095-3.1%21342310-7.6%
#16Chevrolet Impala88,135 96,297 -8.5%963612,915 -25.4%
#17Toyota Prius ²86,574 97,092 -10.8%14,237 16,069 -11.4%
#17.1Toyota Prius Sedan *75,90392,061-17.6%12,86615,252-15.6%
#17.2Toyota Prius Plug-In *10,6715031112%137181767.8%
#18Nissan Versa83,570 72,768 14.8%15,630 900773.5%
#19Subaru Outback74,523 71,767 3.8%11,768 10,456 12.5%
#20BMW 3-Series & 4-Series ³69,154 59,052 17.1%12,497 989026.4%
#21Mazda 361,529 61,937 -0.7%938192361.6%
#22Volkswagen Passat58,443 66,170 -11.7%866810,051 -13.8%
#23Chevrolet Sonic56,820 50,960 11.5%643060556.2%
#24Chevrolet Camaro56,633 50,281 12.6%9961796925.0%
#25Dodge Charger55,306 57,181 -3.3%553952006.5%
#26Dodge Journey54,309 48,944 11.0%7158650810.0%
#27Chrysler 20053,337 83,137 -35.8%815981220.5%
#28Subaru Impreza51,707 46,191 11.9%737370854.1%
#28.1Subaru Impreza *36,46735,1673.7%53685614-4.4%
#28.2Subaru Impreza WRX/STi *15,24011,02438.2%2005147136.3%
#29Ford Mustang50,795 48,879 3.9%6564576813.8%
#30Dodge Dart45,450 51,013 -10.9%7483606423.4%
#31Dodge Avenger44,781 67,149 -33.3%43186131-29.6%
#32Kia Forte43,517 41,628 4.5%55667277-23.5%
#33Ford Fiesta42,626 45,831 -7.0%75457667-1.6%
#34Ford Taurus41,721 49,866 -16.3%66277276-8.9%
#34.1Ford Taurus *35,25943,820-19.5%55876373-12.3%
#34.2Ford Taurus Police Interceptor *646260466.9%104090315.2%
#35Mercedes-Benz E-Class41,244 33,836 21.9%6648560518.6%
#36Subaru XV Crosstrek40,368 29,726 35.8%6603463642.4%
#37Lexus ES39,496 39,582 -0.2%632660893.9%
#38Mercedes-Benz C-Class38,734 53,506 -27.6%57007604-25.0%
#39Toyota Avalon38,123 43,040 -11.4%609255699.4%
#40Hyundai Accent38,019 34,996 8.6%37555537-32.2%
#41BMW 5-Series33,293 30,748 8.3%5676485716.9%
#42Mazda 631,967 25,115 27.3%5049344746.5%
#43Dodge Challenger30,575 34,253 -10.7%429442710.5%
#44Chrysler 30029,940 33,241 -9.9%392637963.4%
#45Nissan Maxima29,241 27,710 5.5%5790403543.5%
#46Buick LaCrosse29,200 27,928 4.6%3920344613.8%
#47Lexus IS28,115 14,427 94.9%4542364124.7%
#48Honda Fit26,939 30,588 -11.9%511550471.3%
#49Chevrolet Spark26,014 21,435 21.4%37153847-3.4%
#50Buick Verano25,280 27,054 -6.6%31903621-11.9%
#51Toyota Prius C ²23,983 24,372 -1.6%37003797-2.6%
#52Kia Rio23,757 26,681 -11.0%3791302125.5%
#53Subaru Legacy22,533 26,550 -15.1%4679314248.9%
#54Audi A422,492 24,040 -6.4%30833451-10.7%
#54.1Audi A4 Sedan/Avant *20,116 20,831 -3.4%27172989-9.1%
#54.3Audi A4 Allroad *23763209-26.0%366 462 -20.8%
#55Lincoln MKZ21,752 17,249 26.1%27762809-1.2%
#56Chevrolet Corvette20,804 6344228%3060671356%
#57Fiat 50020,550 23,892 -14.0%23712821-16.0%
#58Infiniti Q50 † 20,467 ------2461------
#59Toyota Venza18,794 23,498 -20.0%25402886-12.0%
#60Volkswagen Beetle18,580 26,443 -29.7%24525256-53.3%
#60.1Volkswagen Beetle Coupe *10,52115,425-31.8%12812715-52.8%
#60.2Volkswagen Beetle Convertible *805911,018-26.9%11712541-53.9%
#61Cadillac CTS18,047 18,022 0.1%20392889-29.4%
#62Cadillac ATS17,492 22,088 -20.8%25822905-11.1%
#63Toyota Prius V ²17,21922,044-21.9%27383428-20.1%
#64Hyundai Veloster17,207 17,912 -3.9%22372868-22.0%
#65Hyundai Genesis ³17,036 19,244 -11.5%299028425.2%
#66Ford C-Max16,444 23,040 -28.6%2994270010.9%
#67Mini Cooper16,083 24,592 -34.6%34793513-1.0%
#67.1Mini Cooper Hardtop *10,35315,916-35.0%2632217321.1%
#67.2Mini Cooper Clubman *21602702-20.1%250481-48.0%
#67.3Mini Cooper Convertible *21002814-25.4%363399-9.0%
#67.4Mini Cooper Roadster *8741854-52.9%150238-37.0%
#67.5Mini Cooper Coupe *5961306-54.4%84222-62.2%
#68Nissan Leaf15,755 11,703 34.6%3019186462.0%
#69Volkswagen Golf13,915 19,450 -28.5%24462666-8.3%
#69.1Volkswagen Golf GTI *849877909.1%1727123939.4%
#69.2Volkswagen Golf *540210355-47.8%7191293-44.4%
#69.3Volkswagen Golf R *151305-98.9%---134-100%
#70Audi A613,730 12,000 14.4%18202061-11.7%
#71Buick Regal13,549 10,007 35.4%124611875.0%
#72Cadillac XTS13,429 17,624 -23.8%19392940-34.0%
#73Mercedes-Benz S-Class13,151 678893.7%1920577233%
#74Volvo S6012,960 15,225 -14.9%17392326-25.2%
#75Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class12,954 ------2378------
#76Lexus GS12,123 10,790 12.4%2001172216.2%
#77Scion tC10,928 10,801 1.2%16851974-14.6%
#78Chevrolet Volt10,635 11,643 -8.7%2020178813.0%
#79Lexus CT200h10,316 885816.5%1979130651.5%
#80Audi A510,148 11,220 -9.6%16101717-6.2%
#81Mazda 210,032 639456.9%2075800159%
#82Mitsubishi Lancer10,026 12,559 -20.2%11781719-31.5%
#83Audi A39899826 1098%2164------
#84Mitsubishi Mirage9860------1593------
#85Infiniti G Sedan † 978121,246 -54.0%13402580-48.1%
#86Acura TL975216,433 -40.7%736 1843-60.1%
#87Scion xB963311,047 -12.8%14151528-7.4%
#88Acura ILX959212,206 -21.4%12351482-16.7%
#89Toyota Yaris921813,685 -32.6%686 1759-61.0%
#90Scion FR-S883311,635 -24.1%11711614-27.4%
#91Fiat 500L82291503448%143696249.3%
#92Honda Crosstour723210,018 -27.8%854 1450-41.1%
#93Volkswagen CC67439296-27.5%790 1053-25.0%
#94Porsche 91160176120-1.7%849 7946.9%
#95Kia Cadenza6002315590.2%587 1627-63.9%
#96Smart Fortwo5998531912.8%135186057.1%
#97Acura TSX590411,134 -47.0%479 1680-71.5%
#98BMW 6-Series571756311.5%384 477-19.5%
#99BMW 7-Series52555926-11.3%544 851-36.1%
#100Lincoln MKS52186150-15.2%530 1038-48.9%
#101Audi A7511646859.2%647 6450.3%
#102Subaru BRZ501947745.1%724 7062.5%
#103Scion xD49685133-3.2%682 809-15.7%
#104Nissan 370Z4750370728.1%636 49029.8%
#105Hyundai Azera47036720-30.0%512 928-44.8%
#106Infiniti Q60 & G37 Coupe/Convertible † 47026261-24.9%682 830-17.8%
#107Lexus LS45785908-22.5%624 661-5.6%
#108BMW 1-Series & 2-Series ³390637982.8%638 609 4.8%
#109Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class38994237-8.0%705 585 20.5%
#110Jaguar XF36824461-17.5%240 589 -59.3%
#111Porsche Panamera3516301916.5%391 487 -19.7%
#112Volvo V603181------442 ------
#113Audi A831373551-11.7%503 452 11.3%
#114Mazda MX-5 Miata30623812-19.7%399 663 -39.8%
#115Infiniti Q70/M29973317-9.6%272 372 -26.9%
#116Mercedes-Benz SL-Class28604319-33.8%318 479 -33.6%
#117Mercedes-Benz SLK-Class27652780-0.5%416 475 -12.4%
#118Volvo XC7026372867-8.0%456 440 3.6%
#119Jaguar XJ26273125-15.9%305 570 -46.5%
#120Nissan Cube26183720-29.6%324 401 -19.2%
#121Porsche Boxster24023109-22.7%292 382 -23.6%
#122Honda CR-Z23552799-15.9%356 384 -7.3%
#123Volkswagen Eos23012778-17.2%352 337 4.5%
#124Acura RLX/RL ‡ 229221805.1%208 617 -66.3%
#125Jaguar F-Type2238917144%501 341 46.9%
#126Chevrolet Caprice2089173420.5%357 182 96.2%
#127Hyundai Equus2082170022.5%305 173 76.3%
#128Porsche Cayman2043179913.6%267 594 -55.1%
#129Chevrolet SS1903------241 ------
#130Scion iQ14012645-47.0%174 336 -48.2%
#131BMW Z413331613-17.4%120 217 -44.7%
#132Volvo S80107910522.6%118 146 -19.2%
#133BMW i31057---
363 ------
#134Audi TT970 1154-15.9%101 160 -36.9%
#135Jaguar XK957 908 5.4%141 113 24.8%
#136Kia K900948 ---
132 ------
#137Volvo C70756 1769-57.3%27 304 -91.1%
#138Nissan GT-R651 753 -13.5%91 129 -29.5%
#139Cadillac ELR578 -
188 ------
#140Audi R8475 471 0.8%53 74 -28.4%
#141Dodge Viper400 320 25.0%46 94 -51.1%
#142Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG178 269 -33.8%18 28 -35.7%
#143Mercedes-Benz CL-Class154 292 -47.3%10 24 -58.3%
#144Mitsubishi Galant122 1202-89.9%---122 -100%
#145Mitsubishi i MiEV114 928 -87.7%17 46 -63.0%
#146Volvo C3064 1098-94.2%---142 -100%
#147Mercedes-Benz B-Class41 10 310%41 2 1950%
#148Lexus LFA12 17 -29.4%---------
#149Mercedes-Benz R-Class6 27 -77.8%---4 -100%
#150Porsche 918 Spyder4 ---
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#151Mercedes-Benz CLK-Class2 ---
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T152Honda FCX1 2 -50.0%---------
T152Mazda RX-81 1 0.0%---------
#274Suzuki SX4---2859-100%---------
#275Suzuki Kizashi---1602-100%---------
#278Mitsubishi Eclipse---109 -100%---------
#279Dodge Caliber---45 -100%---------
#281Cadillac DTS---19 -100%---------
#282Buick Lucerne---9 -100%---------
#283Cadillac STS---7 -100%---------
#284Lexus HS---5 -100%---2 -100%
#285Chevrolet HHR---3 -100%---------
#286Chevrolet Aveo---2 -100%---------
#287Honda S2000---2 -100%---------
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Total
4,705,6024,669,6250.8% 692,046 658,600 5.1%
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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.
² Total Prius Family sales: down 11.2% to 20,675 in July; down 11% to 127,776 YTD.
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 31.2% to 4483 in July; up 27.1% to 34,950 in July. Total G Sedan and Q50 sales: up 47.3% to 3801 in July; up 42.4% to 30,248 YTD.
‡ 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 July 2014 were 102, 175, 59, 14, and 75 respectively. Tesla, unfortunately, doesn't release model-specific monthly U.S. sales data, but Automotive News now issues estimates for the brand, and those estimates say Tesla sold 1800 cars in July, 15,030 YTD.  HybridCars.com, however, typically estimates much lower Model S sales. Mercedes-Benz's sales report for July 2014 shows no B-Class sales in July 2013, but ANDC shows a pair were sold.

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