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


2015 Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class grey

In its first month on sale in the United States, the Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class was America’s 173rd-best-selling vehicle.

That made the GLA a more common acquisition than the Honda Ridgeline, Nissan Titan, Mitsubishi Lancer, and Scion FR-S, but less common than the Audi Q3, BMW i3, and Lincoln Navigator. Audi USA sold 1092 Q3s in September, the Q3’s second month on the market. 

The GLA and CLA – 991 and 2531 sales, respectively – accounted for 13% of Mercedes-Benz USA’s non-Sprinter sales in September. The Q3 and A3 – 1092 and 2340 sales, respectively – generated 23% of Audi USA’s September volume. 

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

As Audi steadily chases down America’s top tier luxury brands (Mercedes-Benz, BMW, and Lexus are way up ahead), it’s not surprising to see Audi succeeding with their lower-end models. These are vehicles Audi has used to overtake Mercedes-Benz and BMW in many parts of the globe. 

It’s at the high-end where Audi’s numbers so severely trail Mercedes-Benz, for example. More than four S-Class sedans are sold for every A8. The GL-Class, Mercedes-Benz’s biggest family SUV, sells 35% more often than the Q7, Audi’s biggest utility vehicle. Mercedes-Benz has sold 7743 SLs, SLKs, SLS AMGs, and CL-Class two-doors this year. Audi has sold 1678 R8s and TTs, with no proper rival for the SL, most apparently. In the middle of the range, Mercedes-Benz’s broad E-Class lineup generates triple the U.S. volume of the Audi A6.

2015 Chrysler Town & Country

The results visible in this post, of course, take into account so much more than just Mercedes-Benz and Audi, so much more than just premium brands. The Ford F-Series was America’s best-selling vehicle in September 2014, but for the second month running, GM’s full-size truck twins combined to outsell the F-Series. Honda’s Accord led all passenger cars for the second consecutive month, as well, although three trucks led the monthly leaderboard, knocking the Accord back from second place overall in August to fourth. The Chrysler/Dodge-controlled minivan category generated 3.5% of the industry’s September volume; pickup trucks another 15.5%.

Three 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 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 – September 2014 YTD
Commercial Van Sales In America – September 2014 YTD
Minivan Sales In America – September 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 Lexus HS and Buick Lucerne, nameplates which collected sales in the first nine months of 2013 but not this year.

2013 Buick Verano Turbo blue

More useful, there are now visible brand results, so when you sort the table by vehicle names to showcase all Buicks together, for example, you’ll also see the Buick 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 – September 2014 YTD
• U.S. SUV Sales Rankings By Model – September 2014 YTD
• U.S. Car Sales Rankings By Model – September 2014 YTD

Reminder: these are 2014 year-to-date rankings, but you can sort vehicles by September volume by clicking the September 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 • September 2015 • October 2014 • August 2014September 2013

Rank
Vehicle
September
2014
YTD
September
2013
YTD
%
Change
September
2014
September
2013
% Change
#1 Ford F-Series 557,037 559,506 -0.4% 59,863 60,456 -1.0%
#2 Chevrolet Silverado 382,153 360,775 5.9% 50,176 32,506 54.4%
#3 Toyota Camry 334,978 318,990 5.0% 28,507 31,871 -10.6%
#4 Ram P/U 319,868 262,787 21.7% 36,612 28,145 30.1%
#5 Honda Accord 304,382 282,102 7.9% 32,956 25,176 30.9%
#6 Toyota Corolla/Matrix 258,805 233,547 10.8% 20,530 23,251 -11.7%
#7 Nissan Altima 256,935 249,518 3.0% 21,675 21,221 2.1%
#8 Honda Civic 253,430 253,561 -0.1% 22,263 22,983 -3.1%
#9 Honda CR-V 241,015 229,082 5.2% 23,722 21,439 10.6%
#10 Ford Fusion 240,585 226,293 6.3% 21,693 19,972 8.6%
#11 Ford Escape 230,162 228,290 0.8% 21,718 22,607 -3.9%
#12 Chevrolet Cruze 208,114 195,775 6.3% 18,415 12,730 44.7%
#13 Toyota RAV4 202,069 160,242 26.1% 22,724 15,928 42.7%
#14 Chevrolet Equinox 184,805 185,420 -0.3% 17,266 15,443 11.8%
#15 Hyundai Elantra 176,403 194,593 -9.3% 18,848 19,691 -4.3%
#16 Ford Focus 176,156 188,654 -6.6% 15,397 16,733 -8.0%
#17 Hyundai Sonata 164,934 152,702 8.0% 14,918 13,872 7.5%
#18 Ford Explorer 158,652 145,934 8.7% 15,795 14,965 5.5%
#18.1 Ford Explorer * 143,303 135,847 5.5% 13,770 13,655 0.8%
#18.2 Ford Explorer Police Interceptor * 15,349 10,087 52.2% 2,025 1,310 54.6%
#19 Nissan Rogue 154,568 124,669 24.0% 17,229 11,353 51.8%
#20 Chevrolet Malibu 148,574 154,950 -4.1% 15,186 14,487 4.8%
#21 GMC Sierra 147,289 135,670 8.6% 16,763 13,438 24.7%
#22 Nissan Sentra 141,216 98,281 43.7% 12,557 7,798 61.0%
#23 Jeep Grand Cherokee 136,310 128,697 5.9% 12,854 14,906 -13.8%
#24 Jeep Wrangler 134,068 119,941 11.8% 13,955 11,984 16.4%
#25 Jeep Cherokee 128,133 14,639
#26 Kia Optima 122,646 124,056 -1.1% 10,908 11,647 -6.3%
#27 Subaru Forester 117,940 84,372 39.8% 12,584 10,620 18.5%
#28 Kia Soul 115,579 90,624 27.5% 10,802 7,416 45.7%
#29 Volkswagen Jetta 115,055 124,273 -7.4% 10,245 13,309 -23.0%
#29.1 Volkswagen Jetta Sedan * 99,142 106,551 -7.0% 8,980 11,454 -21.6%
#29.2 Volkswagen Jetta SportWagen * 15,913 17,722 -10.2% 1,265 1,855 -31.8%
#30 Toyota Tacoma 114,729 121,772 -5.8% 11,993 11,479 4.5%
#31 Toyota Prius ² 110,455 125,225 -11.8% 8,339 10,185 -18.1%
#31.1 Toyota Prius Sedan * 98,613 117,251 -15.9% 7,986 9,033 -11.6%
#31.2 Toyota Prius Plug-In * 11,842 7,974 48.5% 353 1,152 -69.4%
#32 Nissan Versa 110,272 91,535 20.5% 12,072 8,776 37.6%
#33 Chrysler Town & Country 108,340 90,701 19.4% 13,029 10,632 22.5%
#34 Chevrolet Impala 107,162 121,033 -11.5% 9,225 11,462 -19.5%
#35 Toyota Highlander 105,526 94,361 11.8% 10,542 8,661 21.7%
#36 Dodge Grand Caravan 104,071 91,570 13.7% 11,275 10,946 3.0%
#37 Subaru Outback 97,266 90,073 8.0% 11,315 8,143 39.0%
#38 Honda Odyssey 95,460 98,511 -3.1% 8,769 7,714 13.7%
#39 Toyota Sienna 94,930 94,331 0.6% 8,592 9,306 -7.7%
#40 BMW 3-Series & 4-Series ³ 94,445 77,921 21.2% 12,814 8,512 50.5%
#41 Ford E-Series 89,144 93,243 -4.4% 5,549 8,925 -37.8%
#42 Toyota Tundra 88,869 81,821 8.6% 8,736 9,071 -3.7%
#43 Ford Edge 86,051 99,589 -13.6% 7,695 8,548 -10.0%
#44 Mazda 3 80,259 81,614 -1.7% 7,859 8,646 -9.1%
#45 Honda Pilot 80,247 100,355 -20.0% 7,824 9,659 -19.0%
#46 Chevrolet Traverse 79,560 75,411 5.5% 7,821 5,389 45.1%
#47 GMC Terrain 79,444 76,792 3.5% 8,310 7,141 16.4%
#48 Hyundai Santa Fe 78,907 62,744 25.8% 8,945 6,639 34.7%
#49 Mazda CX-5 78,190 60,666 28.9% 8,097 6,280 28.9%
#50 Chevrolet Sonic 77,947 69,649 11.9% 8,328 7,335 13.5%
#51 Kia Sorento 76,578 81,380 -5.9% 6,606 7,849 -15.8%
#52 Lexus RX 76,216 73,279 4.0% 7,453 7,601 -1.9%
#53 Chrysler 200 75,142 102,859 -26.9% 10,995 9,583 14.7%
#54 Volkswagen Passat 74,913 84,264 -11.1% 7,280 7,900 -7.8%
#55 Dodge Charger 72,141 73,342 -1.6% 8,624 8,713 -1.0%
#56 Dodge Journey 70,686 64,789 9.1% 7,230 6,955 4.0%
#57 Chevrolet Tahoe 70,528 60,126 17.3% 5,691 5,332 6.7%
#58 Jeep Patriot 69,958 58,910 18.8% 9,117 6,053 50.6%
#59 Chevrolet Camaro 69,878 64,815 7.8% 5,111 5,659 -9.7%
#60 Subaru Impreza 64,329 59,999 7.2% 5,210 5,789 -10.0%
#60.1 Subaru Impreza * 46,445 46,573 -0.3% 4,040 4,622 -12.6%
#60.2 Subaru Impreza WRX/STi * 17,884 13,426 33.2% 1,170 1,167 0.3%
#61 GMC Acadia 63,873 67,422 -5.3% 6,392 5,565 14.9%
#62 Chevrolet Express 63,675 59,624 6.8% 6,142 5,235 17.3%
#63 Dodge Dart 60,763 65,836 -7.7% 6,923 7,922 -12.6%
#64 Nissan Pathfinder 60,549 69,363 -12.7% 5,325 5,537 -3.8%
#65 Ford Mustang 59,831 59,165 1.1% 3,158 4,420 -28.6%
#66 Nissan Frontier 55,363 46,181 19.9% 6,853 4,662 47.0%
#67 Toyota 4Runner 55,271 37,273 48.3% 5,659 3,218 75.9%
#68 Subaru XV Crosstrek 54,303 38,019 42.8% 5,691 3,536 60.9%
#69 Kia Forte 53,793 52,715 2.0% 4,517 4,618 -2.2%
#70 Lexus ES 52,910 52,076 1.6% 5,722 4,866 17.6%
#71 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 52,608 46,006 14.4% 4,883 5,647 -13.5%
#72 Ford Fiesta 52,403 57,618 -9.1% 4,185 5,043 -17.0%
#73 Ford Taurus 51,694 63,621 -18.7% 4,757 5,578 -14.7%
#73.1 Ford Taurus * 43,582 54,935 -20.7% 3,893 4,279 -9.0%
#73.2 Ford Taurus Police Interceptor * 8,112 8,686 -6.6% 864 1,299 -33.5%
#74 Mercedes-Benz C-Class 50,170 66,596 -24.7% 6,285 6,389 -1.6%
#75 Toyota Avalon 50,025 53,795 -7.0% 4,862 4,514 7.7%
#76 Dodge Avenger 49,363 78,599 -37.2% 1,677 5,099 -67.1%
#77 Acura MDX 48,308 34,803 38.8% 4,864 4,539 7.2%
#78 Dodge Durango 48,011 44,650 7.5% 4,564 4,964 -8.1%
#79 Jeep Compass 47,918 41,736 14.8% 4,666 4,487 4.0%
#80 Hyundai Accent 46,405 45,112 2.9% 3,662 4,999 -26.7%
#81 Buick Enclave 45,921 46,384 -1.0% 4,713 3,477 35.5%
#82 Mazda 6 41,861 32,532 28.7% 4,263 3,168 34.6%
#83 Cadillac SRX 41,708 40,506 3.0% 3,700 4,362 -15.2%
#84 Nissan Maxima 39,749 36,196 9.8% 4,398 4,717 -6.8%
#85 Honda Fit 39,618 41,021 -3.4% 6,628 3,981 66.5%
#86 Chrysler 300 39,584 44,186 -10.4% 4,757 5,036 -5.5%
#87 BMW 5-Series 39,168 38,681 1.3% 1,407 3,574 -60.6%
#88 Chevrolet Suburban 38,588 34,580 11.6% 4,101 2,733 50.1%
#89 Dodge Challenger 38,376 42,577 -9.9% 3,619 3,932 -8.0%
#90 Buick LaCrosse 37,280 38,845 -4.0% 3,626 3,952 -8.2%
#91 Lexus IS 37,038 22,060 67.9% 3,611 3,201 12.8%
#92 Hyundai Tucson 36,958 32,891 12.4% 3,589 2,849 26.0%
#93 Buick Encore 36,433 22,930 58.9% 3,848 3,206 20.0%
#94 Chevrolet Captiva Sport 35,243 36,293 -2.9% 42 3,248 -98.7%
#95 Nissan Murano 34,823 31,178 11.7% 4,164 2,879 44.6%
#96 Subaru Legacy 34,718 33,351 4.1% 6,198 2,847 118%
#97 Buick Verano 34,327 36,568 -6.1% 3,913 3,688 6.1%
#98 Acura RDX 33,095 33,539 -1.3% 3,230 3,022 6.9%
#99 BMW X5 33,021 31,280 5.6% 4,398 4,667 -5.8%
#100 Ford Expedition 32,691 27,382 19.4% 3,598 3,721 -3.3%
#101 Kia Sportage 32,643 23,232 40.5% 3,781 2,195 72.3%
#102 Nissan Juke 32,253 28,307 13.9% 1,814 2,774 -34.6%
#103 Mercedes-Benz M-Class 32,114 29,400 9.2% 3,460 3,180 8.8%
#104 Ford Transit Connect 31,944 30,444 4.9% 4,132 3,188 29.6%
#105 Toyota Prius C ² 31,564 33,133 -4.7% 3,192 3,283 -2.8%
#106 Chevrolet Spark 30,937 28,324 9.2% 2,027 2,355 -13.9%
#107 GMC Yukon 30,684 18,907 62.3% 3,226 1,667 93.5%
#108 Audi Q5 30,114 28,599 5.3% 3,240 3,268 -0.9%
#109 Kia Rio 29,387 33,238 -11.6% 2,240 2,695 -16.9%
#110 Audi A4 29,304 31,113 -5.8% 2,994 3,813 -21.5%
#110.1 Audi A4 Sedan/Avant * 25,829 26,992 -4.3% 2,480 3,357 -26.1%
#110.2 Audi A4 Allroad * 3,475 4,121 -15.7% 514 456 12.7%
#111 Mercedes-Benz GLK-Class 28,229 23,285 21.2% 2,646 2,387 10.9%
#112 BMW X3 27,198 20,065 35.5% 1,808 1,580 14.4%
#113 Lincoln MKZ 26,769 23,775 12.6% 2,176 2,874 -24.3%
#114 Fiat 500 26,616 28,994 -8.2% 2,737 2,126 28.7%
#115 Chevrolet Corvette 25,950 7,830 231% 2,467 831 197%
#116 Infiniti Q50 †  25,864 4,801 439% 2,742 2,367 15.8%
#117 Toyota Prius V ² 23,471 28,398 -17.3% 2,746 2,422 13.4%
#118 Toyota Venza 23,445 29,187 -19.7% 1,858 2,193 -15.3%
#119 Volkswagen Beetle 23,306 34,918 -33.3% 1,821 3,554 -48.8%
#119.1 Volkswagen Beetle Coupe * 13,335 20,099 -33.7% 1,070 1,980 -46.0%
#119.2 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible * 9,971 14,819 -32.7% 751 1,574 -52.3%
#120 GMC Savana 23,187 11,558 101% 1,402 820 71.0%
#121 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport 23,152 18,525 25.0% 2,351 1,832 28.3%
#122 Hyundai Veloster 22,965 23,273 -1.3% 2,777 2,268 22.4%
#123 Cadillac CTS 22,921 24,410 -6.1% 2,282 2,408 -5.2%
#124 Infiniti QX60/JX 22,613 22,667 -0.2% 2,182 2,111 3.4%
#125 Cadillac ATS 22,535 28,207 -20.1% 2,239 2,739 -18.3%
#126 Hyundai Genesis 22,313 25,117 -11.2% 2,248 2,926 -23.2%
#127 GMC Yukon XL 21,928 21,946 -0.1% 2,165 1,320 64.0%
#128 Nissan Leaf 21,822 16,076 35.7% 2,881 1,953 47.5%
#129 Ford C-Max 21,731 28,254 -23.1% 1,786 2,182 -18.1%
#130 Cadillac Escalade 21,402 16,543 29.4% 3,518 1,754 101%
#131.1 Cadillac Escalade * 13,705 8,953 53.1% 2,290 968 137%
#131.2 Cadillac Escalade ESV * 7,647 5,916 29.3% 1,228 634 93.7%
#131.3 Cadillac Escalade EXT * 50 1,674 -97.0% 152 -100%
#131 Volkswagen Golf 21,201 24,587 -13.8% 3,487 2,127 63.9%
#131.1 Volkswagen Golf GTI * 12,124 10,255 18.2% 1,600 1,084 47.6%
#131.2 Volkswagen Golf * 9,062 12,844 -29.4% 1,887 977 93.1%
#131.3 Volkswagen Golf R * 15 1,488 -99.0% 66 -100%
#132 Mini Cooper 20,565 32,374 -36.5% 2,116 3,636 -41.8%
#132.1 Mini Cooper Hardtop * 13,052 20,553 -36.5% 1,118 1,789 -37.5%
#132.2 Mini Cooper Convertible * 2875 3663 -21.5% 416 486 -14.4%
#132.3 Mini Cooper Clubman * 2589 3499 -26.0% 220 338 -34.9%
#132.4 Mini Cooper Roadster * 1202 2418 -50.3% 205 363 -43.5%
#132.5 Mini Cooper Coupe * 847 2241 -62.2% 157 660 -76.2%
#133 Volkswagen Tiguan 19,120 23,150 -17.4% 1,674 2,406 -30.4%
#134 Lincoln MKX 18,728 17,398 7.6% 1,589 1,565 1.5%
#135 Ford Flex 18,536 19,827 -6.5% 1,710 1,661 3.0%
#136 Cadillac XTS 18,386 23,722 -22.5% 1,979 2,565 -22.8%
#137 Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class 18,207 2,310 688% 2,531 2,310 9.6%
#138 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 17,785 14,940 19.0% 2,208 2,152 2.6%
#139 Mercedes-Benz GL-Class 17,728 22,182 -20.1% 2,154 2,349 -8.3%
#140 Audi A6 17,167 15,792 8.7% 1,510 1,682 -10.2%
#141 Mini Countryman 17,124 15,596 9.8% 1,908 1,191 60.2%
#142 Mercedes-Benz S-Class 16,915 7,625 122% 1,909 387 393%
#143 Buick Regal 16,803 12,767 31.6% 1,366 1,300 5.1%
#144 Volvo S60 16,447 18,732 -12.2% 1,763 1,545 14.1%
#145 Lexus GS 16,252 14,255 14.0% 1,592 1,231 29.3%
#146 Lexus GX460 15,999 7,105 125% 1,570 753 109%
#147 BMW X1 15,728 18,348 -14.3% 1,840 1,844 -0.2%
#148 Audi A3 14,669 856 1,614% 2,340 7 33,329%
#149 Chevrolet Volt 14,540 16,760 -13.2% 1,394 1,766 -21.1%
#150 Scion tC 14,460 15,006 -3.6% 1,404 1,659 -15.4%
#151 Mazda CX-9 14,069 20,431 -31.1% 1,227 1,514 -19.0%
#152 Volvo XC60 13,901 15,441 -10.0% 1,593 1,355 17.6%
#153 Land Rover Range Rover Sport 13,633 10,984 24.1% 843 1,191 -29.2%
#154 Lexus CT200h 13,585 11,440 18.8% 1,078 798 35.1%
#155 Nissan Xterra 13,200 13,619 -3.1% 1,108 998 11.0%
#156 Audi A5 13,165 14,488 -9.1% 1,204 1,511 -20.3%
#157 Audi Q7 13,105 10,772 21.7% 1,365 1,386 -1.5%
#158 Porsche Cayenne 12,940 13,913 -7.0% 1,196 1,396 -14.3%
#159 Mitsubishi Mirage 12,866 20 64,230% 1,340 20 6,600%
#160 Acura ILX 12,854 15,270 -15.8% 1,464 1,363 7.4%
#161 Mazda 2 12,697 9,069 40.0% 1,585 1,916 -17.3%
#162 Toyota FJ Cruiser 12,653 9,750 29.8% 1,300 719 80.8%
#163 Scion xB 12,444 13,992 -11.1% 1,190 1,252 -5.0%
#164 Infiniti G37 †  12,208 26,043 -53.1% 881 1,777 -50.4%
#165 Mitsubishi Lancer 12,094 15,420 -21.6% 971 1,090 -10.9%
#166 Honda Ridgeline 11,571 13,568 -14.7% 978 1,165 -16.1%
#167 Scion FR-S 11,182 14,767 -24.3% 920 1,230 -25.2%
#168 Nissan NV 10,975 9,081 20.9% 1,061 945 12.3%
#169 Acura TL 10,357 19,762 -47.6% 142 1,102 -87.1%
#170 Toyota Yaris 10,339 19,254 -46.3% 598 2,465 -75.7%
#171 Mazda 5 10,021 11,384 -12.0% 535 539 -0.7%
#172 Ram ProMaster 9,990 1,408
#173 Mitsubishi Outlander 9,982 8,576 16.4% 881 988 -10.8%
#174 Nissan Titan 9,696 12,243 -20.8% 977 962 1.6%
#175 Nissan NV200 9,431 2,566 268% 1,040 475 119%
#176 Land Rover Range Rover 9,094 8,405 8.2% 743 693 7.2%
#177 Nissan Armada 9,086 10,473 -13.2% 675 872 -22.6%
#178 Honda Crosstour 9,032 12,907 -30.0% 763 1,235 -38.2%
#179 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque 8,986 8,169 10.0% 771 706 9.2%
#180 Infiniti QX80/QX56 8,951 9,038 -1.0% 832 1,066 -22.0%
#181 Fiat 500L 8,885 3,748 137% 623 1,031 -39.6%
#182 Toyota Sequoia 8,664 10,059 -13.9% 850 1,014 -16.2%
#183 Nissan Quest 8,295 10,426 -20.4% 395 996 -60.3%
#184 Volkswagen CC 8,157 12,426 -34.4% 627 1,437 -56.4%
#185 Smart Fortwo 8,080 6,937 16.5% 748 625 19.7%
#186 Porsche 911 7,758 7,498 3.5% 726 609 19.2%
#187 Kia Cadenza 7,629 5,758 32.5% 1,105 926 19.3%
#188 Ram Cargo Van 7,290 6,509 12.0% 478 424 12.7%
#189 BMW 6-Series 6,635 7,034 -5.7% 450 643 -30.0%
#190 Lincoln MKC 6,418 1,763
#191 Audi A7 6,386 6,027 6.0% 588 623 -5.6%
#192 Scion xD 6,265 6,960 -10.0% 508 703 -27.7%
#193 BMW 7-Series 6,264 8,573 -26.9% 480 1,723 -72.1%
#194 Lincoln MKS 6,260 8,066 -22.4% 457 782 -41.6%
#195 Subaru BRZ 6,245 6,346 -1.6% 506 704 -28.1%
#196 Acura TSX 6,202 14,183 -56.3% 58 1,294 -95.5%
#196.1 Acura TSX Sedan * 5,572 12,551 -55.6% 52 1,153 -95.5%
#196.2 Acura TSX SportWagon * 630 1,632 -61.4% 6 141 -95.7%
#197 Acura TLX 6,170 3,884
#198 Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class 6,149 5,921 3.9% 1,100 906 21.4%
#199 Hyundai Azera 5,976 9,105 -34.4% 762 1,487 -48.8%
#200 Nissan 370Z 5,938 5,111 16.2% 497 551 -9.8%
#201 Lexus LS 5,904 7,569 -22.0% 568 761 -25.4%
#202 Lincoln Navigator 5,888 5,955 -1.1% 1,013 818 23.8%
#203 Infiniti Q60 †  5,758 8,159 -29.4% 454 844 -46.2%
#204 Kia Sedona 5,656 5,380 5.1% 613 657 -6.7%
#205 BMW 1-Series & 2-Series ³ 5,303 4,894 8.4% 740 468 58.1%
#206 Volkswagen Touareg 5,200 6,296 -17.4% 646 658 -1.8%
#207 Porsche Macan 4,649 702
#208 Porsche Panamera 4,395 3,948 11.3% 450 475 -5.3%
#209 Jaguar XF 4,225 5,850 -27.8% 258 632 -59.2%
#210 Audi A8 4,060 4,634 -12.4% 487 544 -10.5%
T211 Infiniti QX70/FX 3,993 4,667 -14.4% 331 328 0.9%
T211 Volvo V60 3,993 383
#213 Mazda MX-5 Miata 3,855 4,790 -19.5% 414 400 3.5%
#214 Mercedes-Benz SL-Class 3,758 5,570 -32.5% 584 535 9.2%
#215 Volvo XC70 3,748 3,639 3.0% 559 361 54.8%
#216 Lincoln MKT 3,725 4,658 -20.0% 259 414 -37.4%
#217 Mercedes-Benz SLK-Class 3,595 3,569 0.7% 489 404 21.0%
#218 Volvo XC90 3,530 5,161 -31.6% 181 456 -60.3%
#219 Land Rover LR4 3,500 5,487 -36.2% 300 553 -45.8%
#220 Jaguar XJ 3,468 4,066 -14.7% 456 442 3.2%
#221 Infiniti Q70/M 3,377 4,178 -19.2% 206 370 -44.3%
#222 Ford Transit 3,310 1,225
#223 Land Rover LR2 3,211 2,314 38.8% 449 244 84.0%
#224 Nissan Cube 3,203 4,422 -27.6% 238 283 -15.9%
#225 Honda Insight 3,154 3,519 -10.4% 240 299 -19.7%
#226 BMW i3 3,104 1,022
#227 Porsche Boxster 3,024 3,759 -19.6% 275 302 -8.9%
#228 BMW X6 2,998 3,816 -21.4% 19 394 -95.2%
#229 Honda CR-Z 2,945 3,546 -16.9% 248 264 -6.1%
#230 Jaguar F-Type 2,945 1,490 97.7% 329 172 91.3%
#231 Chevrolet Caprice PPV 2,850 2,966 -3.9% 334 514 -35.0%
#232 Volkswagen Eos 2,819 3,457 -18.5% 216 297 -27.3%
#233 Lexus LX570 2,764 2,953 -6.4% 258 310 -16.8%
#234 Acura RLX/RL  2,695 2,950 -8.6% 187 311 -39.9%
#235 Hyundai Equus 2,596 2,506 3.6% 261 371 -29.6%
#236 Porsche Cayman 2,568 2,431 5.6% 245 311 -21.2%
#237 Toyota Land Cruiser 2,209 2,191 0.8% 245 224 9.4%
#238 Mercedes-Benz G-Class 2,188 1,878 16.5% 202 137 47.4%
#239 Chevrolet SS 2,166 111
#240 Infiniti QX50/EX 2,116 1,366 54.9% 209 177 18.1%
#241 Scion iQ 1,752 3,365 -47.9% 132 287 -54.0%
#242 BMW Z4 1,617 1,953 -17.2% 170 163 4.3%
#243 Mini Paceman 1,499 1,665 -10.0% 195 479 -59.3%
#244 Volvo S80 1,393 1,401 -0.6% 182 152 19.7%
#245 Audi Q3 1,335 1,092
#246 Jaguar XK 1,192 1,041 14.5% 99 67 47.8%
#247 Kia K900 1,106 56
#248 Volkswagen Routan 1,103 1,462 -24.6% 232 -100%
#249 Audi TT 1,098 1,530 -28.2% 42 178 -76.4%
#250 BMW X4 1,043 380
#251 Nissan GT-R 1,018 952 6.9% 159 76 109%
#252 Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class 991 991
#253 Cadillac ELR 885 111
#254 Volvo C70 774 2,550 -69.6% 5 240 -97.9%
#255 Subaru Tribeca 684 1,247 -45.1% 13 116 -88.8%
#256 Audi R8 580 600 -3.3% 55 53 3.8%
#257 Dodge Viper 546 426 28.2% 108 45 140%
#258 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG 212 324 -34.6% 8 23 -65.2%
#259 Mercedes-Benz CL-Class 178 361 -50.7% 7 42 -83.3%
#260 Mercedes-Benz B-Class 159 14 1,036% 65 2 3,150%
#261 Mitsubishi i MiEV 149 978 -84.8% 15 20 -25.0%
#262 Mitsubishi Galant 122 1,329 -90.8% 51 -100%
#263 Chevrolet Colorado 109 3,375 -96.8% 36 41 -12.2%
#264 Chevrolet Avalanche 87 15,618 -99.4% 719 -100%
#265 Acura ZDX 69 323 -78.6% 3 17 -82.4%
#266 BMW i8 67 58
#267 Volvo C30 65 1,269 -94.9% 1 79 -98.7%
#268 Porsche 918 Spyder 32 13
#269 GMC Canyon 16 918 -98.3% 11 8 37.5%
#270 Lexus LFA 15 18 -16.7% 1 -100%
#271 Mercedes-Benz R-Class 7 29 -75.9% 1 -100%
#272 Mercedes-Benz CLK-Class 3 1
T273 Honda FCX 1 6 -83.3%
T273 Hyundai Veracruz 1 175 -99.4%
T273 Mazda RX-8 1 1 0.0%
#276 Jeep Liberty 6,101 -100% 34 -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 Mazda Tribute 3 -100% 1 -100%
#290 Chevrolet Aveo 2 -100%
#291 Honda S2000 2 -100%
#292 Honda Element 2 -100%
#293 Ford -Brand 1,809,927 1,827,820 -1.0% 172,261 177,999 -3.2%
#294 Chevrolet -Brand 1,542,866 1,493,329 3.3% 153,873 127,785 20.4%
#295 Toyota -Brand 1,528,002 1,453,329 5.1% 141,273 139,804 1.1%
#296 Honda -Brand 1,040,855 1,038,182 0.3% 104,391 93,915 11.2%
#297 Nissan -Brand 978,392 860,197 13.7% 95,118 77,828 22.2%
#298 Hyundai -Brand 557,458 548,218 1.7% 56,010 55,102 1.6%
#299 Jeep -Brand 516,387 355,385 45.3% 55,231 37,464 47.4%
#300 Kia -Brand 445,017 416,383 6.9% 40,628 38,003 6.9%
#301 Dodge -Brand 443,957 461,834 -3.9% 44,020 48,576 -9.4%
#302 Subaru -Brand 375,485 313,407 19.8% 41,517 31,755 30.7%
#303 GMC -Brand 366,421 333,213 10.0% 38,269 29,959 27.7%
#304 Ram -Brand 337,148 269,296 25.2% 38,498 28,569 34.8%
#305 Volkswagen -Brand 270,874 314,833 -14.0% 25,996 31,920 -18.6%
#306 Mercedes-Benz -Brand ^ 250,996 230,010 9.1% 29,523 26,851 10.0%
#307 Mazda -Brand 240,953 220,490 9.3% 23,980 22,464 6.7%
#308 BMW -Brand 236,591 212,565 11.3% 25,586 23,568 8.6%
#309 Chrysler -Brand 223,066 237,746 -6.2% 28,781 25,251 14.0%
#310 Lexus -Brand 220,683 190,760 15.7% 21,852 19,522 11.9%
#311 Buick -Brand 170,764 157,503 8.4% 17,466 15,623 11.8%
#312 Audi -Brand 130,983 114,411 14.5% 14,917 13,065 14.2%
#313 Cadillac -Brand 127,837 133,414 -4.2% 13,829 13,828 0.1%
#314 Acura -Brand 119,750 120,830 -0.9% 13,832 11,648 18.8%
#315 Infiniti -Brand 84,880 80,919 4.9% 7,837 9,040 -13.3%
#316 Lincoln -Brand 67,788 59,852 13.3% 7,257 6,453 12.5%
#317 Mitsubishi -Brand 58,365 44,981 29.8% 5,558 4,001 38.9%
#318 Scion -Brand 46,103 54,090 -14.8% 4,154 5,131 -19.0%
#319 Volvo -Brand 43,851 48,193 -9.0% 4,667 4,188 11.4%
#320 Mini -Brand 39,188 49,635 -21.0% 4,219 5,306 -20.5%
#321 Land Rover -Brand 38,424 35,359 8.7% 3,106 3,387 -8.3%
#322 Fiat -Brand 35,501 32,742 8.4% 3,360 3,157 6.4%
#323 Porsche -Brand 35,366 31,549 12.1% 3,607 3,093 16.6%
#324 Jaguar -Brand 11,830 12,447 -5.0% 1,142 1,313 -13.0%
#325 Maserati -Brand 9,125 2,241 307% 1,318 379 248%
#326 Bentley -Brand 1,986 1,859 6.8% 236 253 -6.7%
#327 Suzuki -Brand 5,946 -100%
12,436,855 11,790,337 5.5% 1,245,786 1,138,378 9.4%
1,686,837 1,616,356 4.3% 192,998 162,804 18.5%
427,876 403,765 6.0% 43,208 41,022 5.3%
266,731 227,965 17.0% 24,645 22,164 11.2%
Passenger Cars, SUVs, Crossovers
10,055,411 9,542,251 5.4% 984,935 912,388 8.0%

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 10.6% to 27,315 in September; up 8.4% to 233,211 YTD.
² Total Prius Family sales: down 10.2% to 14,277 in September; down 11.4% to 165,490 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: down 18.3% to 4077 in September; up 12.4% to 43,830 YTD. Total G Sedan and Q50 sales: down 12.6% to 3623 in September; up 23.4% to 38,072 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 the first three-quarters of 2014 were 918, 1575, 531, 127, and 675, 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 1300 cars in September; 18,130 YTD.  HybridCars.com, however, has typically estimated much lower Model S sales, 1300 in September but only 11,900 YTD. Tribute volume had previously been reported by Mazda USA as a solitary unit in April, but Mazda has since taken away that sale.