August 2014 U.S. Vehicle Sales Rankings – Top 275 Best-Selling Vehicles In America – Every Vehicle Ranked


2015 Acura TLX silver

The Acura TLX generated its first 2286 U.S. sales in August 2014, the same month in which Audi USA sold its first 243 Q3 crossovers and BMW its first nine i8 hybrid junior supercars. 

August 2014 was certainly not a bad month in which to begin selling a new nameplate, as total industry sales surged 5.5% despite forecasts calling for little to no year-over-year growth. August 2013 was itself a surprisingly strong month – for sales to grow by nearly 83,000 units one year later is a statement that plenty of consumers want new vehicles, and plenty of automakers are willing to do whatever it takes to secure tomorrow’s sale today.

• U.S. Vehicle Sales Rankings By Model – August 2015 YTD
U.S. Vehicle Sales Rankings By Model – September 2014 YTD
U.S. Vehicle Sales Rankings By Model – July 2014 YTD
U.S. Vehicle Sales Rankings By Model – August 2013 YTD

Acura’s TLX, a replacement for the TL and TSX, ranked 136th in overall August sales, behind the Cadillac CTS and Lexus GS but ahead of the Lexus CT200h and Audi A6. Acura hadn’t sold more than 2000 TSXs in a single month since August 2012. The TL averaged 2027 monthly U.S. sales in 2013, down from 6518 in 2005.

The Audi Q3 ranked 236th in terms of August U.S. sales volume, ahead of the Mini Paceman but just behind the Mercedes-Benz G-Class. Don’t expect Q5-like volume from the smaller Q3, but don’t expect an average of 243 monthly sales, either. 

BMW’s exotic i8 will always be a rare car, of course. It ranked 261st in August new vehicle sales, six sales back of the even more exotic Porsche 918 Spyder but six sales ahead of the still-trickling-out Lexus LFA. BMW also sold 1025 copies of the much less costly i3 in August, making the brand’s lower-rung i model America’s 182nd best-selling vehicle, just behind the Mazda 2, Range Rover Evoque, and Honda Crosstour but ahead of the Porsche 911, Nissan Armada, and Porsche Macan. 

As almost always, the Ford F-Series was America’s best-selling vehicle in August 2014. There was a catch last month, however, as the Chevrolet Silverado and its GMC Sierra twin combined to outsell the F-Series. They haven’t done so on a yearly basis since 2009

2015 Audi Q3

With record monthly sales, the Honda Accord was America’s top-selling car last month and the second-best-selling vehicle overall. The Camry leads all cars on year-to-date terms and will not surrender its lead this fall. 

Although the Toyota RAV4 stole the SUV/crossover crown in August, the Honda CR-V leads the second-ranked Ford Escape by 8849 units heading into September. 

Minivans, led by the Chrysler Town & Country, account for 3.44% of all new vehicles sold in the United States this year, up from 3.41% a year ago.

Two months ago 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. Ten commercial-oriented van nameplates are now in the mix, and 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 an eleven extra lines in the full rankings, and GCBC has also added space at the bottom to display the complete size of the pickup, minivan, and commercial van with yet another line allotted to all other vehicles: cars, SUVs, and crossovers.

Top 13 Best-Selling Pickup Trucks In America – August 2014 YTD
Commercial Van Sales In America – August 2014 YTD
Minivan Sales In America – August 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 Endeavor, nameplates which collected sales in the first eight months of 2013 but not this year.

2015 BMW i3 blue

More useful, there are now visible brand results, so when you sort the table by vehicle names to showcase all Nissan together, for example, you’ll also see the Nissan brand’s total. Manufacturers are shown in bold for differentiation between makes and models. 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 – August 2014 YTD
• U.S. Car Sales Rankings By Model – August 2014 YTD
• U.S. SUV/Crossover Sales Rankings By Model – August 2014 YTD

Reminder: these are 2014 year-to-date rankings, but you can sort vehicles by August volume by clicking the August 2014 column header, or you can rank vehicles by improvements or declines using the % columns. Or, most importantly, you can list automakers together by selecting the Vehicle 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 • August 2015 • September 2014 • July 2014August 2013

Rank
Vehicle
August
2014
YTD
August
2013
YTD
%
Change
August
2014
August
2013
% Change
#1 Ford F-Series 497,174 499,050 -0.4% 68,109 71,115 -4.2%
#2 Chevrolet Silverado 331,977 328,269 1.1% 49,201 43,603 12.8%
#3 Toyota Camry 306,471 287,119 6.7% 44,043 44,713 -1.5%
#4 Ram P/U 283,256 234,642 20.7% 43,775 33,009 32.6%
#5 Honda Accord 271,426 256,926 5.6% 51,075 38,559 32.5%
#6 Toyota Corolla/Matrix 238,275 210,296 13.3% 33,088 26,861 23.2%
#7 Nissan Altima 235,260 228,297 3.0% 32,153 30,976 3.8%
#8 Honda Civic 231,167 230,578 0.3% 34,032 39,458 -13.8%
#9 Ford Fusion 218,892 206,321 6.1% 29,452 24,653 19.5%
#10 Honda CR-V 217,293 207,643 4.6% 34,079 34,654 -1.7%
#11 Ford Escape 208,444 205,683 1.3% 28,996 26,714 8.5%
#12 Chevrolet Cruze 189,699 183,045 3.6% 23,435 23,909 -2.0%
#13 Toyota RAV4 179,345 144,314 24.3% 35,614 23,502 51.5%
#14 Chevrolet Equinox 167,539 169,977 -1.4% 21,387 25,073 -14.7%
#15 Ford Focus 160,759 171,921 -6.5% 22,079 20,372 8.4%
#16 Hyundai Elantra 157,555 174,902 -9.9% 22,845 24,700 -7.5%
#17 Hyundai Sonata 150,016 138,830 8.1% 21,092 16,917 24.7%
#18 Ford Explorer 142,857 130,969 9.1% 19,391 15,637 24.0%
#18.1 Ford Explorer * 129,533 122,192 6.0% 17,748 14,148 25.4%
#18.2 Ford Explorer Police Interceptor * 13,324 8,777 51.8% 1,643 1,489 10.3%
#19 Nissan Rogue 137,339 113,316 21.2% 21,419 17,273 24.0%
#20 Chevrolet Malibu 133,388 140,463 -5.0% 16,346 16,890 -3.2%
#21 GMC Sierra 130,526 122,232 6.8% 19,847 18,017 10.2%
#22 Nissan Sentra 128,659 90,483 42.2% 17,182 12,605 36.3%
#23 Jeep Grand Cherokee 123,456 113,791 8.5% 18,674 17,976 3.9%
#24 Jeep Wrangler 120,113 107,957 11.3% 17,988 15,825 13.7%
#25 Jeep Cherokee 113,494 18,235
#26 Kia Optima 111,738 112,409 -0.6% 15,337 15,199 0.9%
#27 Subaru Forester 105,356 73,752 42.9% 16,432 13,163 24.8%
#28 Volkswagen Jetta 104,810 110,964 -5.5% 15,361 16,280 -5.6%
#28.1 Volkswagen Jetta Sedan * 90,162 95,097 -5.2% 13,406 13,508 -0.8%
#28.2 Volkswagen Jetta SportWagen * 14,648 15,867 -7.7% 1,955 2,772 -29.5%
#29 Kia Soul 104,777 83,208 25.9% 15,069 10,017 50.4%
#30 Toyota Tacoma 102,736 110,293 -6.9% 14,338 15,223 -5.8%
#31 Toyota Prius ² 102,116 115,040 -11.2% 15,542 17,948 -13.4%
#31.1 Toyota Prius Sedan * 90,627 108,218 -16.3% 14,724 16,157 -8.9%
#31.2 Toyota Prius Plug-In * 11,489 6,822 68.4% 818 1,791 -54.3%
#32 Nissan Versa 98,200 82,759 18.7% 14,630 9,991 46.4%
#33 Chevrolet Impala 97,937 109,571 -10.6% 9,802 13,274 -26.2%
#34 Chrysler Town & Country 95,311 80,069 19.0% 14,065 12,630 11.4%
#35 Toyota Highlander 94,984 85,700 10.8% 11,489 13,021 -11.8%
#36 Dodge Grand Caravan 92,796 80,624 15.1% 11,257 12,569 -10.4%
#37 Honda Odyssey 86,691 90,797 -4.5% 12,488 11,064 12.9%
#38 Toyota Sienna 86,338 85,025 1.5% 12,386 11,858 4.5%
#39 Subaru Outback 85,951 81,930 4.9% 11,428 10,163 12.4%
#40 Ford E-Series 83,595 84,318 -0.9% 6,702 8,631 -22.3%
#41 BMW 3-Series & 4-Series ³ 81,631 69,409 17.6% 12,477 10,357 20.5%
#42 Toyota Tundra 80,133 72,750 10.1% 11,834 11,365 4.1%
#43 Ford Edge 78,356 91,041 -13.9% 8,724 11,529 -24.3%
#44 Honda Pilot 72,423 90,696 -20.1% 10,810 14,877 -27.3%
#45 Mazda 3 72,400 72,968 -0.8% 10,871 11,031 -1.5%
#46 Chevrolet Traverse 71,739 70,022 2.5% 10,153 9,112 11.4%
#47 GMC Terrain 71,134 69,651 2.1% 9,680 11,120 -12.9%
#48 Mazda CX-5 70,093 54,386 28.9% 10,709 8,506 25.9%
#49 Kia Sorento 69,972 73,531 -4.8% 9,302 10,568 -12.0%
#50 Hyundai Santa Fe 69,962 56,105 24.7% 9,302 8,102 14.8%
#51 Chevrolet Sonic 69,619 62,314 11.7% 12,799 11,354 12.7%
#52 Lexus RX 68,763 65,678 4.7% 11,841 11,423 3.7%
#53 Volkswagen Passat 67,633 76,364 -11.4% 9,190 10,194 -9.8%
#54 Chevrolet Tahoe 64,837 54,794 18.3% 8,216 6,818 20.5%
#55 Chevrolet Camaro 64,767 59,156 9.5% 8,134 8,875 -8.3%
#56 Chrysler 200 64,147 93,276 -31.2% 10,810 10,139 6.6%
#57 Dodge Charger 63,517 64,629 -1.7% 8,211 7,448 10.2%
#58 Dodge Journey 63,456 57,834 9.7% 9,147 8,890 2.9%
#59 Jeep Patriot 60,841 52,857 15.1% 9,120 7,170 27.2%
#60 Subaru Impreza 59,119 54,210 9.1% 7,412 8,019 -7.6%
#60.1 Subaru Impreza * 42,405 41,951 1.1% 5,938 6,784 -12.5%
#60.2 Subaru Impreza WRX/STi * 16,714 12,259 36.3% 1,474 1,235 19.4%
#61 Chevrolet Express 57,533 54,389 5.8% 10,146 8,218 23.5%
#62 GMC Acadia 57,481 61,857 -7.1% 8,216 7,801 5.3%
#63 Ford Mustang 56,673 54,745 3.5% 5,878 5,866 0.2%
#64 Nissan Pathfinder 55,224 63,826 -13.5% 7,896 8,859 -10.9%
#65 Dodge Dart 53,840 57,914 -7.0% 8,390 6,901 21.6%
#66 Toyota 4Runner 49,612 34,055 45.7% 7,657 4,579 67.2%
#67 Kia Forte 49,276 48,097 2.5% 5,759 6,469 -11.0%
#68 Subaru XV Crosstrek 48,612 34,483 41.0% 8,244 4,757 73.3%
#69 Nissan Frontier 48,510 41,519 16.8% 6,770 6,588 2.8%
#70 Ford Fiesta 48,218 52,575 -8.3% 5,592 6,744 -17.1%
#71 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 47,725 40,359 18.3% 6,481 6,523 -0.6%
#72 Dodge Avenger 47,686 73,500 -35.1% 2,905 6,351 -54.3%
#73 Lexus ES 47,188 47,210 0.0% 7,692 7,628 0.8%
#74 Ford Taurus 46,937 58,043 -19.1% 5,216 8,177 -36.2%
#74.1 Ford Taurus * 39,689 50,656 -21.6% 4,430 6,836 -35.2%
#74.2 Ford Taurus Police Interceptor * 7,248 7,387 -1.9% 786 1,341 -41.4%
#75 Toyota Avalon 45,163 49,281 -8.4% 7,040 6,241 12.8%
#76 Mercedes-Benz C-Class 43,885 60,207 -27.1% 5,151 6,701 -23.1%
#77 Dodge Durango 43,447 39,686 9.5% 5,765 6,246 -7.7%
#78 Acura MDX 43,444 30,264 43.6% 6,497 6,499 -0.1%
#79 Jeep Compass 43,252 37,249 16.1% 4,749 5,249 -9.5%
#80 Hyundai Accent 42,743 40,113 6.6% 4,724 5,117 -7.7%
#81 Buick Enclave 41,208 42,907 -4.0% 5,800 6,103 -5.0%
#82 Cadillac SRX 38,008 36,144 5.2% 4,545 7,211 -37.0%
#83 BMW 5-Series 37,761 35,107 7.6% 4,468 4,359 2.5%
#84 Mazda 6 37,598 29,364 28.0% 5,631 4,249 32.5%
#85 Nissan Maxima 35,351 31,479 12.3% 6,110 3,769 62.1%
#86 Chevrolet Captiva Sport 35,201 33,045 6.5% 1,893 5,735 -67.0%
#87 Chrysler 300 34,827 39,150 -11.0% 4,887 5,909 -17.3%
#88 Dodge Challenger 34,757 38,645 -10.1% 4,182 4,392 -4.8%
#89 Chevrolet Suburban 34,487 31,847 8.3% 5,748 4,003 43.6%
#90 Buick LaCrosse 33,654 34,893 -3.6% 4,454 6,965 -36.1%
#91 Lexus IS 33,427 18,859 77.2% 5,312 4,432 19.9%
#92 Hyundai Tucson 33,369 30,042 11.1% 5,266 3,886 35.5%
#93 Honda Fit 32,990 37,040 -10.9% 6,051 6,452 -6.2%
#94 Buick Encore 32,585 19,724 65.2% 4,867 4,296 13.3%
#95 Nissan Murano 30,659 28,299 8.3% 5,594 3,925 42.5%
#96 Nissan Juke 30,439 25,533 19.2% 2,353 4,176 -43.7%
#97 Buick Verano 30,414 32,880 -7.5% 5,134 5,826 -11.9%
#98 Acura RDX 29,865 30,517 -2.1% 3,984 4,381 -9.1%
#99 Ford Expedition 29,093 23,661 23.0% 2,623 3,176 -17.4%
#100 Chevrolet Spark 28,910 25,969 11.3% 2,896 4,534 -36.1%
#101 Kia Sportage 28,862 21,037 37.2% 4,494 3,140 43.1%
#102 Mercedes-Benz M-Class 28,654 26,220 9.3% 3,438 3,816 -9.9%
#103 BMW X5 28,623 26,613 7.6% 3,497 2,480 41.0%
#104 Subaru Legacy 28,520 30,504 -6.5% 5,987 3,954 51.4%
#105 Toyota Prius C ² 28,372 29,850 -5.0% 4,389 5,478 -19.9%
#106 Ford Transit Connect 27,812 27,256 2.0% 3,923 3,925 -0.1%
#107 GMC Yukon 27,458 17,240 59.3% 4,715 2,345 101%
#108 Kia Rio 27,147 30,543 -11.1% 3,390 3,862 -12.2%
#109 Audi Q5 26,874 25,331 6.1% 3,757 3,845 -2.3%
#110 Audi A4 26,310 27,300 -3.6% 3,818 3,260 17.1%
#110.1 Audi A4 Sedan/Avant * 23,349 23,635 -1.2% 3,233 2,804 15.3%
#110.2 Audi A4 Allroad * 2,961 3,665 -19.2% 585 456 28.3%
#111 Mercedes-Benz GLK-Class 25,583 20,898 22.4% 3,075 2,372 29.6%
#112 BMW X3 25,390 18,485 37.4% 2,023 2,146 -5.7%
#113 Lincoln MKZ 24,593 20,901 17.7% 2,841 3,652 -22.2%
#114 Fiat 500 23,879 26,868 -11.1% 3,329 2,976 11.9%
#115 Chevrolet Corvette 23,483 6,999 236% 2,679 655 309%
#116 Infiniti Q50 †  23,122 2,434 850% 2,655 2,434 9.1%
#117 GMC Savana 21,785 10,738 103% 1,923 1,128 70.5%
#118 Toyota Venza 21,587 26,994 -20.0% 2,793 3,496 -20.1%
#119 Volkswagen Beetle 21,485 31,364 -31.5% 2,905 4,921 -41.0%
#119.1 Volkswagen Beetle Coupe * 12,265 18,119 -32.3% 1,744 2,694 -35.3%
#119.2 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible * 9,220 13,245 -30.4% 1,161 2,227 -47.9%
#120 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport 20,801 16,693 24.6% 2,869 2,171 32.2%
#121 Toyota Prius V ² 20,725 25,976 -20.2% 3,506 3,932 -10.8%
#122 Cadillac CTS 20,639 22,002 -6.2% 2,592 3,980 -34.9%
#123 Infiniti QX60/JX 20,431 20,556 -0.6% 2,600 3,026 -14.1%
#124 Cadillac ATS 20,296 25,468 -20.3% 2,804 3,380 -17.0%
#125 Hyundai Veloster 20,188 21,005 -3.9% 2,981 3,093 -3.6%
#126 Hyundai Genesis ³ 20,065 22,191 -9.6% 3,029 2,947 2.8%
#127 Ford C-Max 19,945 26,072 -23.5% 3,501 3,032 15.5%
#128 GMC Yukon XL 19,763 20,626 -4.2% 3,319 2,779 19.4%
#129 Nissan Leaf 18,941 14,123 34.1% 3,186 2,420 31.7%
#130 Mini Cooper 18,449 28,738 -35.8% 2,366 4,146 -42.9%
#130.1 Mini Cooper Hardtop * 11,934 18,764 -36.4% 1,581 2,848 -44.5%
#130.2 Mini Cooper Convertible * 2,459 3,177 -22.6% 359 363 -1.1%
#130.3 Mini Cooper Clubman * 2,369 3,161 -25.1% 209 459 -54.5%
#130.4 Mini Cooper Roadster * 997 2,055 -51.5% 123 201 -38.8%
#130.5 Mini Cooper Coupe * 690 1,581 -56.4% 94 275 -65.8%
#131 Cadillac Escalade 17,884 14,789 20.9% 3,535 2,151 64.3%
#131.1 Cadillac Escalade * 11,415 7,985 43.0% 2,277 1,203 89.3%
#131.2 Cadillac Escalade ESV * 6,419 5,282 21.5% 1,257 767 63.9%
#131.3 Cadillac Escalade EXT * 50 1,522 -96.7% 1 181 -99.4%
#132 Volkswagen Golf 17,714 22,460 -21.1% 3,799 3,010 26.2%
#132.1 Volkswagen Golf GTI * 10,524 9,171 14.8% 2,026 1,381 46.7%
#132.2 Volkswagen Golf * 7,175 11,867 -39.5% 1,773 1,512 17.3%
#132.3 Volkswagen Golf R * 15 1,422 -98.9% 117 -100%
#133 Volkswagen Tiguan 17,446 20,744 -15.9% 2,151 2,948 -27.0%
#134 Lincoln MKX 17,139 15,833 8.2% 2,059 2,180 -5.6%
#135 Ford Flex 16,826 18,166 -7.4% 1,942 2,641 -26.5%
#136 Cadillac XTS 16,407 21,157 -22.5% 2,978 3,533 -15.7%
#137 Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class 15,676 2,722
#138 Audi A6 15,657 14,110 11.0% 1,927 2,110 -8.7%
#139 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 15,577 12,788 21.8% 1,880 1,390 35.3%
#140 Mercedes-Benz GL-Class 15,574 19,833 -21.5% 2,208 2,722 -18.9%
#141 Buick Regal 15,437 11,467 34.6% 1,888 1,460 29.3%
#142 Mini Countryman 15,216 14,405 5.6% 2,412 1,631 47.9%
#143 Mercedes-Benz S-Class 15,006 7,238 107% 1,855 450 312%
#144 Volvo S60 14,684 17,187 -14.6% 1,724 1,962 -12.1%
#145 Lexus GS 14,660 13,024 12.6% 2,537 2,234 13.6%
#146 Lexus GX 14,429 6,352 127% 2,198 1,056 108%
#147 BMW X1 13,888 16,504 -15.9% 1,574 2,278 -30.9%
#148 Chevrolet Volt 13,146 14,994 -12.3% 2,511 3,351 -25.1%
#149 Scion tC 13,056 13,347 -2.2% 2,128 2,546 -16.4%
#150 Mazda CX-9 12,842 18,917 -32.1% 1,911 2,161 -11.6%
#151 Land Rover Range Rover Sport 12,790 9,793 30.6% 1,370 1,846 -25.8%
#152 Lexus CT200h 12,507 10,642 17.5% 2,191 1,784 22.8%
#153 Audi A3 12,329 849 1,352% 2,430 23 10,465%
#154 Volvo XC60 12,308 14,086 -12.6% 1,792 1,793 -0.1%
#155 Nissan Xterra 12,092 12,621 -4.2% 1,254 1,295 -3.2%
#156 Audi A5 11,961 12,977 -7.8% 1,813 1,757 3.2%
#157 Porsche Cayenne 11,744 12,517 -6.2% 1,485 1,435 3.5%
#158 Audi Q7 11,740 9,386 25.1% 1,859 1,478 25.8%
#159 Mitsubishi Mirage 11,526 1,666
#160 Acura ILX 11,390 13,907 -18.1% 1,798 1,701 5.7%
#161 Toyota FJ Cruiser 11,353 9,031 25.7% 1,692 1,177 43.8%
#162 Infiniti G Sedan †  11,327 24,266 -53.3% 1,546 3,020 -48.8%
#163 Scion xB 11,254 12,740 -11.7% 1,621 1,693 -4.3%
#164 Mitsubishi Lancer 11,123 14,330 -22.4% 1,097 1,771 -38.1%
#165 Mazda 2 11,112 7,153 55.3% 1,080 759 42.3%
#166 Honda Ridgeline 10,593 12,403 -14.6% 1,347 1,738 -22.5%
#167 Scion FR-S 10,262 13,537 -24.2% 1,429 1,902 -24.9%
#168 Acura TL 10,215 18,660 -45.3% 463 2,227 -79.2%
#169 Nissan NV 9,914 8,136 21.9% 1,227 1,027 19.5%
#170 Toyota Yaris 9,741 16,789 -42.0% 523 3,104 -83.2%
#171 Mazda 5 9,486 10,845 -12.5% 724 822 -11.9%
#172 Mitsubishi Outlander 9,101 7,588 19.9% 1,134 1,233 -8.0%
#173 Nissan Titan 8,719 11,281 -22.7% 1,231 1,261 -2.4%
#174 Ram ProMaster 8,582 1,658
#175 Nissan Armada 8,411 9,601 -12.4% 1,006 1,114 -9.7%
#176 Nissan NV200 8,391 2,091 301% 1,223 514 138%
#177 Land Rover Range Rover 8,351 7,712 8.3% 1,113 972 14.5%
#178 Honda Crosstour 8,269 11,672 -29.2% 1,037 1,654 -37.3%
#179 Fiat 500L 8,262 2,717 204% 33 1,214 -97.3%
#180 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque 8,215 7,463 10.1% 1,051 1,070 -1.8%
#181 Infiniti QX80/QX56 8,119 7,972 1.8% 949 1,225 -22.5%
#182 Nissan Quest 7,900 9,430 -16.2% 744 1,426 -47.8%
#183 Toyota Sequoia 7,814 9,045 -13.6% 913 1,280 -28.7%
#184 Volkswagen CC 7,530 10,989 -31.5% 787 1,693 -53.5%
#185 Smart Fortwo 7,332 6,312 16.2% 1,334 993 34.3%
#186 Porsche 911 7,032 6,889 2.1% 1,015 769 32.0%
#187 Ram Cargo Van 6,812 6,085 11.9% 1,161 578 101%
#188 Kia Cadenza 6,524 4,832 35.0% 522 1,677 -68.9%
#189 BMW 6-Series 6,185 6,391 -3.2% 468 760 -38.4%
#190 Acura TSX 6,144 12,889 -52.3% 240 1,755 -86.3%
#190.1 Acura TSX Sedan * 5,520 11,398 -51.6% 215 1,586 -86.4%
#190.2 Acura TSX SportWagon * 624 1,491 -58.1% 25 169 -85.2%
#191 Lincoln MKS 5,803 7,284 -20.3% 585 1,134 -48.4%
#192 Audi A7 5,798 5,404 7.3% 682 719 -5.1%
#193 BMW 7-Series 5,784 6,850 -15.6% 529 924 -42.7%
#194 Scion xD 5,757 6,257 -8.0% 789 1,124 -29.8%
#195 Subaru BRZ 5,739 5,642 1.7% 720 868 -17.1%
#196 Nissan 370Z 5,441 4,560 19.3% 691 853 -19.0%
#197 Lexus LS 5,336 6,808 -21.6% 758 900 -15.8%
#198 Infiniti Q60 †  5,304 7,315 -27.5% 602 1,054 -42.9%
#199 Hyundai Azera 5,214 7,618 -31.6% 511 898 -43.1%
#200 Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class 5,049 5,015 0.7% 1,150 778 47.8%
#201 Kia Sedona 5,043 4,723 6.8% 692 1,093 -36.7%
#202 Lincoln Navigator 4,875 5,137 -5.1% 588 675 -12.9%
#203 Lincoln MKC 4,655 1,760
#204 BMW 1-Series & 2-Series ³ 4,563 4,426 3.1% 657 628 4.6%
#205 Volkswagen Touareg 4,554 5,638 -19.2% 686 705 -2.7%
#206 Jaguar XF 3,967 5,218 -24.0% 285 757 -62.4%
#207 Porsche Macan 3,947 969
#208 Porsche Panamera 3,945 3,473 13.6% 429 454 -5.5%
#209 Infiniti QX70/FX 3,662 4,339 -15.6% 384 398 -3.5%
#210 Volvo V60 3,610 429
#211 Audi A8 3,573 4,090 -12.6% 436 539 -19.1%
#212 Lincoln MKT 3,466 4,244 -18.3% 313 551 -43.2%
#213 Mazda MX-5 Miata 3,441 4,390 -21.6% 379 578 -34.4%
#214 Volvo XC90 3,349 4,705 -28.8% 318 522 -39.1%
#215 Land Rover LR4 3,200 4,934 -35.1% 586 703 -16.6%
#216 Volvo XC70 3,189 3,278 -2.7% 552 411 34.3%
#217 Mercedes-Benz SL-Class 3,174 5,035 -37.0% 314 716 -56.1%
#218 Infiniti Q70/M 3,171 3,808 -16.7% 174 491 -64.6%
#219 Mercedes-Benz SLK-Class 3,106 3,165 -1.9% 341 385 -11.4%
#220 Jaguar XJ 3,012 3,624 -16.9% 385 499 -22.8%
#221 BMW X6 2,979 3,422 -12.9% 28 414 -93.2%
#222 Nissan Cube 2,965 4,139 -28.4% 347 419 -17.2%
#223 Honda Insight 2,914 3,220 -9.5% 290 438 -33.8%
#224 Land Rover LR2 2,762 2,070 33.4% 369 347 6.3%
#225 Porsche Boxster 2,749 3,457 -20.5% 347 348 -0.3%
#226 Honda CR-Z 2,697 3,282 -17.8% 342 483 -29.2%
#227 Jaguar F-Type 2,616 1,318 98.5% 378 401 -5.7%
#228 Volkswagen Eos 2,603 3,160 -17.6% 302 382 -20.9%
#229 Chevrolet Caprice PPV 2,516 2,452 2.6% 427 718 -40.5%
#230 Acura RLX/RL  2,508 2,639 -5.0% 216 459 -52.9%
#231 Lexus LX 2,506 2,643 -5.2% 277 335 -17.3%
#232 Hyundai Equus 2,335 2,135 9.4% 253 435 -41.8%
#233 Porsche Cayman 2,323 2,120 9.6% 280 321 -12.8%
#234 Acura TLX 2,286 2,286
#235 Ford Transit 2,085 1,099
#236 BMW i3 2,082 1,025
#237 Chevrolet SS 2,055 152
#238 Mercedes-Benz G-Class 1,986 1,741 14.1% 248 238 4.2%
#239 Toyota Land Cruiser 1,964 1,967 -0.2% 258 269 -4.1%
#240 Infiniti QX50/EX 1,907 1,189 60.4% 254 236 7.6%
#241 Scion iQ 1,620 3,078 -47.4% 219 433 -49.4%
#242 BMW Z4 1,447 1,790 -19.2% 114 177 -35.6%
#243 Mini Paceman 1,304 1,186 9.9% 228 246 -7.3%
#244 Volvo S80 1,211 1,249 -3.0% 132 197 -33.0%
#245 Volkswagen Routan 1,103 1,230 -10.3% 209 -100%
#246 Jaguar XK 1,093 974 12.2% 136 66 106%
#247 Audi TT 1,056 1,352 -21.9% 86 198 -56.6%
#248 Kia K900 1,050 102
#249 Nissan GT-R 859 876 -1.9% 208 123 69.1%
#250 Cadillac ELR 774 196
#251 Volvo C70 769 2,310 -66.7% 13 541 -97.6%
#252 Subaru Tribeca 671 1,131 -40.7% 23 137 -83.2%
#253 BMW X4 663 345
#254 Audi R8 525 547 -4.0% 50 76 -34.2%
#255 Dodge Viper 438 381 15.0% 38 61 -37.7%
#256 Audi Q3 243 243
#257 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG 204 301 -32.2% 26 32 -18.8%
#258 Mercedes-Benz CL-Class 171 319 -46.4% 17 27 -37.0%
#259 Mitsubishi i MiEV 134 958 -86.0% 20 30 -33.3%
#260 Mitsubishi Galant 122 1,278 -90.5% 76 -100%
#261 Mercedes-Benz B-Class 92 10 820% 51
#262 Chevrolet Avalanche 87 14,899 -99.4% 5 1,525 -99.7%
#263 Chevrolet Colorado 73 3,334 -97.8% 93 -100%
#264 Acura ZDX 66 306 -78.4% 3 29 -89.7%
#265 Volvo C30 64 1,190 -94.6% 92 -100%
#266 Porsche 918 Spyder 19 15
#267 Lexus LFA 15 17 -11.8% 3
#268 BMW i8 9 9
#269 Mercedes-Benz R-Class 7 28 -75.0% 1 1 0.0%
#270 GMC Canyon 5 910 -99.5% 12 -100%
#271 Mercedes-Benz CLK-Class 2
T272 Honda FCX 1 6 -83.3% 4 -100%
T272 Hyundai Veracruz 1 175 -99.4% 6 -100%
T272 Mazda RX-8 1 1 0.0%
T272 Mazda Tribute 1 2 -50.0%
#276 Jeep Liberty 6,067 -100% 19 -100%
#277 Suzuki SX4 2,859 -100%
#278 Suzuki Kizashi 1,602 -100%
#279 Suzuki Grand Vitara 1,037 -100%
#280 Suzuki Equator 448 -100%
#281 Mitsubishi Eclipse 109 -100%
#282 Dodge Caliber 45 -100%
#283 Mitsubishi Endeavor 24 -100%
#284 Cadillac DTS 19 -100%
#285 Buick Lucerne 9 -100%
#286 Cadillac STS 7 -100%
#287 Lexus HS 5 -100%
#288 Chevrolet HHR 3 -100%
#289 Chevrolet Aveo 2 -100%
#290 Honda S2000 2 -100%
#291 Honda Element 2 -100%
#292 Ford -Brand 1,637,666 1,649,821 -0.7% 213,227 212,212 0.5%
#293 Chevrolet -Brand 1,388,993 1,365,544 1.7% 185,930 187,740 -1.0%
#294 Toyota -Brand 1,386,729 1,313,525 5.6% 207,105 194,047 6.7%
#295 Honda -Brand 936,464 944,267 -0.8% 151,551 149,381 1.5%
#296 Nissan -Brand 883,274 782,369 12.9% 125,224 108,614 15.3%
#297 Hyundai -Brand 501,448 493,116 1.7% 70,003 66,101 5.9%
#298 Jeep -Brand 461,156 317,921 45.1% 68,766 46,239 48.7%
#299 Kia -Brand 404,389 378,380 6.9% 54,667 52,025 5.1%
#300 Dodge -Brand 399,937 413,258 -3.2% 49,895 52,858 -5.6%
#301 Subaru -Brand 333,968 281,652 18.6% 50,246 41,061 22.4%
#302 GMC -Brand 328,152 303,254 8.2% 47,700 43,202 10.4%
#303 Ram -Brand 298,650 240,727 24.1% 46,594 33,587 38.7%
#304 Volkswagen -Brand 244,878 282,913 -13.4% 35,181 40,342 -12.8%
#305 Mercedes-Benz -Brand ^ 221,471 203,157 9.0% 28,958 26,151 10.7%
#306 Mazda -Brand 216,974 198,026 9.6% 31,305 28,106 11.4%
#307 BMW -Brand 211,005 188,997 11.6% 27,214 24,523 11.0%
#308 Lexus -Brand 198,831 171,238 16.1% 32,809 29,792 10.1%
#309 Chrysler -Brand 194,285 212,495 -8.6% 29,762 28,678 3.8%
#310 Buick -Brand 153,298 141,880 8.0% 22,143 24,650 -10.2%
#311 Audi -Brand 116,066 101,346 14.5% 17,101 14,005 22.1%
#312 Cadillac -Brand 114,008 119,586 -4.7% 16,650 20,255 -17.8%
#313 Acura -Brand 105,918 109,182 -3.0% 15,487 17,051 -9.2%
#314 Infiniti -Brand 77,043 71,879 7.2% 9,164 11,884 -22.9%
#315 Lincoln -Brand 60,531 53,399 13.4% 8,146 8,192 -0.6%
#316 Mitsubishi -Brand 52,807 40,980 28.9% 6,786 5,281 28.5%
#317 Scion -Brand 41,949 48,959 -14.3% 6,186 7,698 -19.6%
#318 Volvo -Brand 39,184 44,005 -11.0% 4,960 5,518 -10.1%
#319 Land Rover -Brand 35,318 31,972 10.5% 4,489 4,938 -9.1%
#320 Mini -Brand 34,969 44,329 -21.1% 5,006 6,023 -16.9%
#321 Fiat -Brand 32,141 29,585 8.6% 3,362 4,190 -19.8%
#322 Porsche -Brand 31,759 28,456 11.6% 4,540 3,327 36.5%
#323 Jaguar -Brand 10,688 11,134 -4.0% 1,184 1,723 -31.3%
#324 Maserati -Brand 7,807 1,862 319% 1,233 326 278%
#325 Bentley -Brand 1,750 1,606 9.0% 241 239 0.8%
#326 Suzuki -Brand 5,946 -100%
11,191,068 10,651,957 5.1% 1,586,374 1,503,665 5.5%
1,493,839 1,453,552 2.8% 216,458 203,730 6.2%
384,668 362,743 6.0% 52,356 51,671 1.3%
242,086 205,801 17.6% 30,942 25,411 21.8%
Passenger Cars, SUVs, Crossovers
9,070,475 8,629,861 5.1% 1,286,618 1,222,853 5.2%

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 was up 9.4% to 27,078 in August; up 8.2% to 205,894 YTD.
² Total Prius Family sales: down 11.5% to 151,213 YTD, down 14.3% to 23,437 in August.
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: down 26.2% to 4803 in August, up 16.9% to 39,753 YTD. Total G Sedan and Q50 sales: down 23.0% to 4201 in August, up 29.0% to 34,449 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 August 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 August, 16,830 YTD.  HybridCars.com, however, typically estimates much lower Model S sales, 1200 in August and 10,600 YTD. BMW and total figures are subject to slight change as a BMW USA glitch has created some confusion between the X4 and X6 numbers, and thus their totals.