October 2014 U.S. Passenger Car Sales Rankings - Top 155 Best-Selling Cars In America - Every Car Ranked

2015 Toyota Camry
New car sales in America were up 3% in October 2014 on strong showings from the country's best-selling cars.

Toyota Camry volume was up by more than 4000 units, Honda Accord sales rose by 1966 units, and the Toyota Corolla gained 1322 sales.


U.S. Car Sales Rankings By Model - October 2015 YTD
U.S. Car Sales Rankings By Model - November 2014 YTD
U.S. Car Sales Rankings By Model - September 2014 YTD
U.S. Car Sales Rankings By Model - October 2013 YTD


Cars which weren't on sale at this time a year ago – TLX, V60, i3, K900, ELR, i8, 918 Spyder – added 6798 units to the passenger car market's total October U.S. tally. The TLX, Acura's replacement for the TL and TSX, nearly doubled the volume those two cars achieved in October 2013.

Meanwhile, the market lost volume from higher-volume nameplates like the Honda Civic (down 3174 units), Ford Focus (down 1375 units), and a further 12,148 sales via the Hyundai Sonata, Hyundai Elantra, Chevrolet Malibu, and Chevrolet Impala.


Top 13 Best-Selling Pickup Trucks In America - October 2014 YTD
Commercial Van Sales In America - October 2014 YTD
Minivan Sales In America - October 2014 YTD


While there are numerous healthy cars with fast-growing sales, there are many others which are rapidly fading as the market gradually turns away from cars to SUVs and crossovers. U.S. sales of pickup trucks rose 10% in October; SUV and crossover volume was up 10%, as well. Car sales increased by around 17,000 units in October, however, and are up just 1% this year.

2015 BMW i3
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U.S. Auto Sales Brand Rankings - October 2014 YTD
U.S. Vehicle Sales Rankings By Model - October 2014 YTD
U.S. SUV Sales Rankings By Model - October 2014 YTD


Reminder: these are 2014 year-to-date rankings, but you can sort cars by October volume by clicking the October 2014 column header, or you can rank carss 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 • October 2015 • November 2014 • September 2014October 2013
Rank
Car
October
2014
YTD
October
2013
YTD
%
Change
October
2014
October
2013
% Change
#1Toyota Camry368,142 348,134 5.7%33,164 29,144 13.8%
#2Honda Accord331,510 307,264 7.9%27,128 25,162 7.8%
#3Toyota Corolla/Matrix283,764 257,184 10.3%24,959 23,637 5.6%
#4Nissan Altima280,479 271,303 3.4%23,544 21,785 8.1%
#5Honda Civic277,584 280,889 -1.2%24,154 27,328 -11.6%
#6Ford Fusion263,431 248,033 6.2%22,846 21,740 5.1%
#7Chevrolet Cruze232,403 211,862 9.7%24,289 16,087 51.0%
#8Ford Focus189,889 203,762 -6.8%13,733 15,108 -9.1%
#9Hyundai Elantra189,161 209,469 -9.7%12,758 14,876 -14.2%
#10Hyundai Sonata180,497 172,574 4.6%15,563 19,872 -21.7%
#11Chevrolet Malibu159,705 170,696 -6.4%11,131 15,746 -29.3%
#12Nissan Sentra154,345 106,680 44.7%13,129 8,399 56.3%
#13Kia Optima134,486 135,548 -0.8%11,840 11,492 3.0%
#14Volkswagen Jetta129,662 135,983 -4.6%14,607 11,710 24.7%
#14.1Volkswagen Jetta Sedan *112,514116,712-3.6%13,37210,16131.6%
#14.2Volkswagen Jetta SportWagen *17,14819,271-11.0%1,2351,549-20.3%
#15Kia Soul126,264 98,864 27.7%10,685 8,240 29.7%
#16Nissan Versa121,369 100,161 21.2%11,097 8,626 28.6%
#17Toyota Prius
²
118,260135,559-12.8%7,80510,334-24.5%
#17.1Toyota Prius Sedan *105,939125,490-15.6%7,3268,239-11.1%
#17.2Toyota Prius Plug-In *12,32110,06922.4%4792,095-77.1%
#18Chevrolet Impala117,769 132,746 -11.3%10,607 11,713 -9.4%
#19Subaru Outback109,890 98,195 11.9%12,624 8,122 55.4%
#20BMW 3-Series & 4-Series
³
108,066 89,636 20.6%13,621 11,715 16.3%
#21Mazda 387,505 89,288 -2.0%7,246 7,674 -5.6%
#22Chrysler 20086,817 111,207 -21.9%11,675 8,348 39.9%
#23Chevrolet Sonic83,210 76,499 8.8%5,263 6,850 -23.2%
#24Volkswagen Passat81,426 91,522 -11.0%6,513 7,258 -10.3%
#25Dodge Charger79,108 81,206 -2.6%6,967 7,864 -11.4%
#26Chevrolet Camaro75,284 70,484 6.8%5,406 5,669 -4.6%
#27Subaru Impreza69,568 64,922 7.2%5,239 4,923 6.4%
#27.1Subaru Impreza *49,59950,140-1.1%3,1543,567-11.6%
#27.2Subaru Impreza WRX/STi *19,96914,78235.1%2,0851,35653.8%
#28Dodge Dart67,965 71,453 -4.9%7,202 5,617 28.2%
#29Ford Mustang64,396 66,083 -2.6%4,565 6,918 -34.0%
#30Subaru XV Crosstrek59,675 42,905 39.1%5,372 4,886 9.9%
#31Kia Forte58,983 57,421 2.7%5,190 4,706 10.3%
#32Lexus ES58,842 58,073 1.3%5,932 5,997 -1.1%
#33Mercedes-Benz C-Class57,582 73,144 -21.3%7,412 6,548 13.2%
#34Mercedes-Benz E-Class56,544 52,462 7.8%3,936 6,456 -39.0%
#35Ford Fiesta56,032 61,955 -9.6%3,629 4,337 -16.3%
#36Ford Taurus55,469 69,648 -20.4%3,775 6,027 -37.4%
#36.1Ford Taurus *46,60159,967-22.3%3,0195,032-40.0%
#67.2Ford Taurus Police Interceptor *8,8689,681-8.4%756995-24.0%
#37Toyota Avalon55,304 58,943 -6.2%5,279 5,148 2.5%
#38Hyundai Accent51,244 48,717 5.2%4,839 3,605 34.2%
#39Dodge Avenger50,710 84,005 -39.6%1,347 5,406 -75.1%
#40Honda Fit46,469 44,756 3.8%6,851 3,735 83.4%
#41Mazda 645,010 35,631 26.3%3,149 3,099 1.6%
#42Chrysler 30044,519 48,728 -8.6%4,935 4,542 8.7%
#43BMW 5-Series44,082 43,701 0.9%4,914 5,020 -2.1%
#44Nissan Maxima43,937 40,179 9.4%4,188 3,983 5.1%
#45Dodge Challenger42,516 45,833 -7.2%4,140 3,256 27.1%
#46Buick LaCrosse41,351 42,695 -3.1%4,071 3,850 5.7%
#47Subaru Legacy41,080 36,441 12.7%6,362 3,090 106%
#48Lexus IS40,809 25,630 59.2%3,771 3,570 5.6%
#49Buick Verano37,391 39,874 -6.2%3,064 3,306 -7.3%
#50Toyota Prius C
²
34,75636,168-3.9%3,1923,0355.2%
#51Chevrolet Spark33,291 30,677 8.5%2,354 2,353 0.1%
#52Audi A431,976 34,590 -7.6%2,672 3,477 -23.2%
#52.1Audi A4 Sedan/Avant *28,09730,032-6.4%2,2683,040-25.4%
#52.2Audi A4 Allroad *3,8794,558-14.9%404437-7.6%
#53Kia Rio31,921 36,112 -11.6%2,534 2,874 -11.8%
#54Fiat 50029,422 31,372 -6.2%2,806 2,378 18.0%
#55Lincoln MKZ29,277 26,684 9.7%2,508 2,909 -13.8%
#56Chevrolet Corvette28,909 11,759 146%2,959 3,929 -24.7%
#57Infiniti Q50
28,828 7,357 292%2,964 2,556 16.0%
#58Cadillac CTS26,017 26,483 -1.8%3,096 2,073 49.3%
#59Toyota Prius V
²
25,98530,652-15.2%2,5142,25411.5%
#60Toyota Venza25,341 31,459 -19.4%1,896 2,272 -16.5%
#61Volkswagen Golf25,277 26,836 -5.8%4,076 2,249 81.2%
#62.1Volkswagen Golf *11,41314,013-18.6%2,3511,169101%
#62.2Volkswagen Golf GTI *13,84811,28722.7%1,7241,03267.1%
#62.3Volkswagen Golf R *151,536-99.0%---48-100.0%
#62Volkswagen Beetle25,247 37,473 -32.6%1,941 2,555 -24.0%
#62.1Volkswagen Beetle Coupe *14,68021,411-31.4%1,3451,3122.5%
#62.2Volkswagen Beetle Convertible *10,56716,062-34.2%5961,243-52.1%
#63Cadillac ATS25,143 30,989 -18.9%2,608 2,782 -6.3%
#64Hyundai Genesis
³
24,638 27,061 -9.0%2,325 1,944 19.6%
#65Hyundai Veloster24,617 25,448 -3.3%1,652 2,175 -24.0%
#66Nissan Leaf24,411 18,078 35.0%2,589 2,002 29.3%
#67Ford C-Max23,693 30,784 -23.0%1,962 2,530 -22.5%
#68Mini Cooper23,647 35,519 -33.4%3,082 3,145 -2.0%
#68.1Mini Cooper Hardtop *15,79922,232-28.9%2,7471,67963.6%
#68.2Mini Cooper Convertible *3,1023,946-21.4%227283-19.8%
#68.3Mini Cooper Clubman *2,6044,446-41.4%15947-98.4%
#68.4Mini Cooper Roadster *1,2712,563-50.4%69145-52.4%
#68.5Mini Cooper Coupe *8712,332-62.7%2491-73.6%
#69Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class20,803 7,205 189%2,596 4,895 -47.0%
#70Cadillac XTS20,362 26,472 -23.1%1,976 2,750 -28.1%
#71Mercedes-Benz S-Class19,581 9,539 105%2,666 1,914 39.3%
#72Audi A618,935 17,630 7.4%1,768 1,838 -3.8%
#73Buick Regal18,860 14,920 26.4%2,057 2,153 -4.5%
#74Lexus GS17,617 15,548 13.3%1,365 1,293 5.6%
#75Volvo S6017,574 20,008 -12.2%1,127 1,276 -11.7%
#76Audi A317,049 857 1,889%2,380 1 237,900%
#77Chevrolet Volt15,979 18,782 -14.9%1,439 2,022 -28.8%
#78Scion tC15,695 16,505 -4.9%1,235 1,499 -17.6%
#79Lexus CT200h14,743 12,282 20.0%1,158 842 37.5%
#80Acura ILX14,472 17,275 -16.2%1,618 2,005 -19.3%
#81Audi A514,266 15,975 -10.7%1,101 1,487 -26.0%
#82Mitsubishi Mirage14,240 495 2,777%1,374 475 189%
#83Scion xB13,689 15,238 -10.2%1,245 1,246 -0.1%
#84Infiniti G Sedan
13,466 27,513 -51.1%1,258 1,470 -14.4%
#85Mitsubishi Lancer13,458 16,581 -18.8%1,364 1,161 17.5%
#86Mazda 213,154 9,805 34.2%457 736 -37.9%
#87Scion FR-S12,293 16,000 -23.2%1,111 1,233 -9.9%
#88Acura TLX11,060 ------4,890 ------
#89Toyota Yaris11,035 20,029 -44.9%696 775 -10.2%
#90Acura TL10,462 21,057 -50.3%105 1,295 -91.9%
#91Honda Crosstour9,984 14,173 -29.6%952 1,266 -24.8%
#92Fiat 500L9,804 5,044 94.4%919 1,296 -29.1%
#93Volkswagen CC8,750 13,715 -36.2%593 1,289 -54.0%
#94Porsche 9118,732 8,246 5.9%974 748 30.2%
#95Smart Fortwo8,665 7,450 16.3%585 513 14.0%
#96Kia Cadenza8,237 6,869 19.9%608 1,111 -45.3%
#97BMW 7-Series7,944 9,196 -13.6%1,680 623 170%
#98BMW 6-Series7,375 7,955 -7.3%740 921 -19.7%
#99Audi A77,021 6,723 4.4%635 696 -8.8%
#100Lincoln MKS6,784 8,985 -24.5%524 919 -43.0%
#101Scion xD6,737 7,676 -12.2%472 716 -34.1%
#102Lexus LS6,682 8,624 -22.5%778 1,055 -26.3%
#103Subaru BRZ6,680 7,126 -6.3%435 780 -44.2%
#104Nissan 370Z6,402 5,648 13.3%464 537 -13.6%
#105Hyundai Azera6,263 9,617 -34.9%287 512 -43.9%
#106Infiniti Q60
6,254 8,816 -51.1%496 657 -24.5%
#107Acura TSX6,250 15,394 -59.4%48 1,211 -96.0%
#107.1Acura TSX Sedan *5,61513,630-58.8%431,163-96.3%
#107.2Acura TSX SportWagon *6351,764-64.0%5132-96.2%
#108Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class6,182 6,568 -5.9%33 647 -94.9%
#109BMW 1-Series & 2-Series
³
5,975 5,482 9.0%672 588 14.3%
#110Porsche Panamera4,928 4,449 10.8%533 501 6.4%
#111Jaguar XF4,608 6,461 -28.7%383 611 -37.3%
#112Audi A84,590 5,079 -9.6%530 445 19.1%
#113Volvo V604,319 ------326 ------
#114BMW i34,263 ------1,159 ------
#115Volvo XC704,218 4,047 4.2%470 408 15.2%
#116Mazda MX-5 Miata4,143 5,167 -19.8%288 377 -23.6%
#117Mercedes-Benz SL-Class4,105 6,091 -32.6%347 521 -33.4%
#118Mercedes-Benz SLK-Class4,036 4,013 0.6%441 444 -0.7%
#119Infiniti Q70/M3,819 4,552 -16.1%442 374 18.2%
#120Jaguar XJ3,673 4,520 -18.7%205 454 -54.8%
#121Nissan Cube3,416 4,719 -27.6%213 297 -28.3%
#122Porsche Boxster3,394 4,056 -16.3%370 297 24.6%
#123Honda Insight3,376 3,982 -15.2%222 463 -52.1%
#124Jaguar F-Type3,287 1,843 78.4%342 353 -3.1%
#125Chevrolet Caprice PPV3,151 3,239 -2.7%301 273 10.3%
#126Honda CR-Z3,150 3,871 -18.6%205 325 -36.9%
#127Volkswagen Eos3,021 3,718 -18.7%202 261 -22.6%
#128Acura RLX/RL
2,955 3,780 -21.8%260 830 -68.7%
#129Porsche Cayman2,900 2,778 4.4%332 347 -4.3%
#130Hyundai Equus2,844 2,867 -0.8%248 361 -31.3%
#131Chevrolet SS2,281 1 228,000%115 1 11,400%
#132Scion iQ1,871 3,611 -48.2%119 246 -51.6%
#133BMW Z41,815 2,127 -14.7%198 174 13.8%
#134Volvo S801,519 1,576 -3.6%126 175 -28.0%
#135Jaguar XK1,269 1,138 11.5%77 97 -20.6%
#136Kia K9001,168 ------62 ------
#137Nissan GT-R1,158 1,063 8.9%140 111 26.1%
#138Audi TT1,130 1,739 -35.0%32 209 -84.7%
#139Cadillac ELR1,037 ------152 ------
#140Volvo C70776 2,826 -72.5%2 276 -99.3%
#141Dodge Viper626 495 26.5%80 69 15.9%
#142Audi R8620 665 -6.8%40 65 -38.5%
#143BMW i8271 ------204 ------
#144Mercedes-Benz B-Class257 16 1,506%98 2 4,800%
#145Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG223 366 -39.1%11 42 -73.8%
#146Mercedes-Benz CL-Class196 395 -50.4%18 34 -47.1%
#147Mitsubishi i MiEV166 1,006 -83.5%17 28 -39.3%
#148Mitsubishi Galant122 1,385 -91.2%---56 -100%
#149Volvo C3066 1,317 -95.0%1 48 -97.9%
#150Porsche 918 Spyder37 ------5 ------
#151Lexus LFA15 20 -25.0%---2 -100%
#152Mercedes-Benz R-Class7 30 -76.7%---1 -100%
#153Mercedes-Benz CLK-Class3 ---------------
T154Honda FCX1 6 -83.3%---------
T154Mazda RX-81 1 0.0%---------
#277Suzuki SX4---2,859 -100%---------
#278Suzuki Kizashi---1,602 -100%---------
#281Mitsubishi Eclipse---109 -100%---------
#282Dodge Caliber---45 -100%---------
#284Cadillac DTS---19 -100%---------
#285Buick Lucerne---9 -100%---------
#286Cadillac STS---7 -100%---------
#287Lexus HS---5 -100%---------
#288Chevrolet HHR---3 -100%---------
#290Chevrolet Aveo---2 -100%---------
#291Honda S2000---2 -100%---------
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Total
6,656,2446,570,1481.3% 597,442 580,045 3.0%
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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 13.5% to 13,511 in October; down 11.6% to 179,001 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 0.7% to 4718 in October; up 11.1% to 48,548 YTD. Total G Sedan and Q50 sales: up 4.9% to 4222 in October; up 21.3% to 42,294 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 ten months of 2014 were 1020, 1750, 590, 142, and 750, 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 1400 cars in October; 19,530 YTD.  HybridCars.com, however, has typically estimated much lower Model S sales, 1300 in October but only 13,200 YTD.

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