January 2015 U.S. Vehicle Sales Rankings - Top 271 Best-Selling Vehicles In America - Every Vehicle Ranked

2015 Volvo V60 Cross Country
Consumers in the United States registered 14% more new vehicles in January 2015 than in January 2014, 10% more than in January 2013, 26% more than in January 2012, 41% more than in January 2011, and 65% more new vehicles than in January 2010. 

By the end of the month, 1.15 million new cars, trucks, SUVs, crossovers, and vans had been purchased or leased in the United States. Sales of pickup trucks shot up 22%. SUVs and crossovers produced 19% gains. Even the passenger car market, which struggled throughout much of 2014 to generate any improvement at all, were up more than 8%.


• U.S. Vehicle Sales Rankings By Model - January 2016
U.S. Vehicle Sales Rankings By Model - February 2015 YTD
U.S. Vehicle Sales Rankings By Model - 2014 Calendar Year
U.S. Vehicle Sales Rankings By Model - January 2014


As always, the Ford F-Series was America's best-selling vehicle line. The difference in January, as opposed to the prior five months, was that the F-Series outsold the combined efforts of GM's full-size truck twins, the second-ranked Chevrolet Silverado and the 22nd-ranked GMC Sierra.

The Toyota Corolla stole the best-selling car crown from its big brother, the Toyota Camry. Honda's CR-V led all utility vehicles. The Toyota Sienna was America's top-selling minivan.


Top 13 Best-Selling Pickup Trucks In America - January 2015
Commercial Van Sales In America - January 2015
Minivan Sales In America - January 2015


New to the rankings in January were two European-derived entries. The Fiat Doblo-based Ram ProMaster City entered the commercial van category. It ranked 251st overall in January 2015. The Volvo V60-based V60 Cross Country has its sales figures isolated from the regular V60. 28 were sold last month. It won't always be that rare, but don't look for it to be a supremely popular car, either.

2015 Ram ProMaster City
The table below is completely sortable, so when you click the column header to sort by vehicle names to showcase all Kias together, for example, you'll also see the Kia 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 - January 2015
• U.S. SUV/Crossover Sales Rankings By Model - January 2015
• U.S. Car Sales Rankings By Model - January 2015



Reminder: these are January 2015 rankings, but you can sort vehicles by January 2014 volume by clicking the January 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 • January 2016 • February 2015 • December 2014January 2014
Rank
Vehicle
January 2015
January 2014
%
Change
#1Ford F-Series54,370 46,536 16.8%
#2Chevrolet Silverado36,106 28,926 24.8%
#3Ram P/U28,618 25,071 14.1%
#4Toyota Corolla/Matrix27,357 22,753 20.2%
#5Toyota Camry26,763 23,332 14.7%
#6Nissan Altima26,408 22,515 17.3%
#7Honda CR-V23,211 18,232 27.3%
#8Honda Accord21,011 20,604 2.0%
#9Ford Escape20,054 19,459 3.1%
#10Toyota RAV419,824 16,880 17.4%
#11Ford Fusion19,694 20,717 -4.9%
#12Chevrolet Equinox19,555 14,547 34.4%
#13Honda Civic18,699 21,824 -14.3%
#14Chevrolet Cruze18,693 16,828 11.1%
#15Ford Focus18,478 12,003 53.9%
#16Ford Explorer17,036 12,810 33.0%
#16.1Ford Explorer *14,99511,69628.2%
#16.2Ford Explorer Police Interceptor *2,0411,11483.2%
#17Nissan Rogue15,649 13,831 13.1%
#18Jeep Cherokee15,154 10,505 44.3%
#19Nissan Sentra14,395 9,127 57.7%
#20Chrysler 20014,157 10,912 29.7%
#21Jeep Grand Cherokee12,806 12,207 4.9%
#22GMC Sierra12,621 11,118 13.5%
#23Hyundai Sonata12,363 9,815 26.0%
#24Honda Pilot12,315 6,224 97.9%
#25Hyundai Elantra12,240 15,326 -20.1%
#26Chevrolet Malibu11,878 11,822 0.5%
#27Jeep Wrangler11,683 9,553 22.3%
#28Toyota Tacoma11,409 9,842 15.9%
#29Subaru Outback11,351 8,230 37.9%
#30Subaru Forester11,210 10,771 4.1%
#31Toyota Highlander11,060 10,676 3.6%
#32Nissan Versa10,546 8,524 23.7%
#33Chevrolet Traverse10,151 5,368 89.1%
#34Kia Optima9,394 9,979 -5.9%
#35Chevrolet Impala9,214 11,898 -22.6%
#36Volkswagen Jetta8,969 9,768 -8.2%
#36.1Volkswagen Jetta Sedan *8,3208,455-1.6%
#36.2Volkswagen Jetta SportWagen *6491,313-50.6%
#37Toyota Sienna8,933 7,696 16.1%
#38GMC Terrain8,844 7,063 25.2%
#39Ford Mustang8,694 3,881 124%
#40Toyota Tundra8,197 7,890 3.9%
#41Kia Soul8,142 8,092 0.6%
#42Dodge Dart8,136 5,051 61.1%
#43Mazda 37,896 6,234 26.7%
#44Honda Odyssey7,870 7,879 -0.1%
#45Hyundai Santa Fe7,749 6,721 15.3%
#46Toyota Prius ²7,717 8,008 -3.6%
#46.1Toyota Prius Sedan *7,3167,2051.5%
#46.2Toyota Prius Plug-In *401803-50.1%
#47Ford Edge7,581 9,411 -19.4%
#48Jeep Patriot7,563 5,577 35.6%
#49Kia Sorento7,543 7,098 6.3%
#50Subaru Impreza7,527 5,785 30.1%
#50.1Subaru Impreza *5,0964,25219.9%
#50.2Subaru Impreza WRX/STi *2,4311,53358.6%
#51BMW 3-Series & 4-Series ³7,348 6,494 13.2%
#52Dodge Journey7,041 5,936 18.6%
#53Dodge Charger7,025 5,200 35.1%
#54Toyota 4Runner6,945 3,958 75.5%
#55Chevrolet Tahoe6,607 3,514 88.0%
#56Lexus RX6,569 5,607 17.2%
#57Subaru XV Crosstrek6,513 4,801 35.7%
#58Kia Forte6,422 4,724 35.9%
#59Ford Transit6,380 ------
#60Volkswagen Passat6,305 6,236 1.1%
#61Mercedes-Benz C-Class6,236 5,748 8.5%
#62Nissan Pathfinder6,138 5,308 15.6%
#63Chrysler Town & Country6,044 7,056 -14.3%
#64Mazda CX-55,949 4,998 19.0%
#65Chevrolet Colorado5,942 14 42,343%
#66GMC Acadia5,898 5,463 8.0%
#67Nissan Frontier5,868 4,931 19.0%
#68Honda Fit5,802 3,122 85.8%
#69Chevrolet Camaro4,991 4,733 5.5%
#70Toyota Avalon4,781 4,281 11.7%
#71Dodge Grand Caravan4,665 7,290 -36.0%
#72Dodge Challenger4,592 2,458 86.8%
#73Hyundai Accent4,438 4,240 4.7%
#74Acura MDX4,381 4,241 3.3%
#75Mercedes-Benz E-Class4,336 5,266 -17.7%
#76Jeep Compass4,317 4,068 6.1%
#77Volkswagen Golf4,199 1,712 145%
#77.1Volkswagen Golf *2,040839143%
#77.2Volkswagen Golf GTI *1,978865129%
#77.3Volkswagen e-Golf *181-----
#77.4Volkswagen Golf R *---8-100%
#78Chevrolet Suburban4,130 1,705 142%
#79Lexus ES4,080 3,959 3.1%
#80Subaru Legacy3,881 2,735 41.9%
#81Nissan Murano3,773 2,188 72.4%
#82Mazda 63,766 3,172 18.7%
#83Ford Transit Connect3,689 2,146 71.9%
#84Dodge Durango3,585 4,128 -13.2%
#85Chevrolet Express3,582 3,892 -8.0%
#86Chevrolet Sonic3,521 6,587 -46.5%
#87Acura RDX3,517 2,730 28.8%
#88Buick Enclave3,497 3,509 -0.3%
#89Cadillac SRX3,485 4,446 -21.6%
#90Buick Encore3,465 2,366 46.5%
#91Ford Fiesta3,454 4,162 -17.0%
#92Lexus IS3,375 3,048 10.7%
#93BMW 5-Series3,359 3,269 2.8%
#94Ford E-Series3,308 7,476 -55.8%
#95BMW X53,214 2,754 16.7%
#96Chrysler 3003,192 3,145 1.5%
#97Chevrolet Spark3,170 1,848 71.5%
#98Mercedes-Benz M-Class3,144 2,824 11.3%
#99Kia Sportage3,054 2,587 18.1%
#100Hyundai Tucson3,036 3,533 -14.1%
#101Ford Taurus3,006 3,713 -19.0%
#101.1Ford Taurus *2,3283,033-23.2%
#101.2Ford Taurus Police Interceptor *678680-0.3%
#102Infiniti Q502,966 2,949 0.6%
#103Audi Q52,927 2,774 5.5%
#104Acura TLX2,892 ------
#105Lexus NX2,812 ------
#106Buick Verano2,776 3,120 -11.0%
#107Cadillac Escalade2,766 1,110 149%
#107.1Cadillac Escalade *1,664704136%
#107.2Cadillac Escalade ESV *1,100381189%
#107.3Cadillac Escalade EXT *225-92.0%
#108GMC Yukon2,649 1,287 106%
#109Toyota Prius C ²2,6142,4676.0%
#110Infiniti QX602,577 2,380 8.3%
#111Hyundai Genesis ³2,573 1,459 76.4%
#112Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class2,491 2,433 2.4%
#113Ford Expedition2,460 2,139 15.0%
#114Mini Cooper2,401 1,358 76.8%
#114.1Mini Cooper Hardtop *2,169832161%
#114.2Mini Cooper Convertible *144163-11.7%
#114.3Mini Cooper Roadster *655812.1%
#114.4Mini Cooper Coupe *2284-73.8%
#114.5Mini Cooper Clubman *1221-99.5%
#115Fiat 5002,386 2,493 -4.3%
#116Audi A32,383 ------
#117Mitsubishi Outlander Sport2,267 1,838 23.3%
#118GMC Canyon2,205 1 220,400%
#119Nissan Maxima2,144 3,975 -46.1%
#120Chevrolet Corvette2,127 2,261 -5.9%
#121Mercedes-Benz GL-Class2,121 1,541 37.6%
#122Toyota Venza2,105 1,993 5.6%
#123Buick LaCrosse2,023 2,849 -29.0%
#124Nissan Juke2,001 3,442 -41.9%
#125GMC Yukon XL1,965 865 127%
#126Toyota Prius V ²1,913 1,730 10.6%
#127Cadillac XTS1,882 1,648 14.2%
#128Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class1,878 ------
#129Chevrolet Trax1,839 ------
#130Lincoln MKZ1,830 2,122 -13.8%
#131Lexus GX4601,803 1,443 24.9%
#132Audi A41,7902,498-28.3%
#132.1Audi A4 Allroad *227304-25.3%
#132.2Audi A4 Sedan/Avant *1,5632,194-28.8%
#133Cadillac ATS1,757 1,909 -8.0%
#134Land Rover Range Rover Sport1,752 1,612 8.7%
#135Mitsubishi Mirage1,705 1,170 45.7%
#136Cadillac CTS1,698 2,232 -23.9%
#137Lexus GS1,679 1,300 29.2%
#138Kia Sedona1,670 442 278%
#139Lincoln MKC1,602 ------
#140Ram ProMaster1,580 607 160%
#141Kia Rio1,572 3,162 -50.3%
#142Mercedes-Benz S-Class1,566 1,281 22.2%
#143Volvo XC601,517 942 61.0%
#144Mitsubishi Lancer1,515 900 68.3%
#145Mercedes-Benz Sprinter1,505 1,288 16.8%
#146GMC Savana1,489 1,936 -23.1%
#147Land Rover Range Rover1,481 1,221 21.3%
#148Volkswagen Tiguan1,473 1,777 -17.1%
#149Ford Flex1,458 1,650 -11.6%
#150Toyota Yaris1,442 1,005 43.5%
#151Scion xB1,428 1,225 16.6%
#152Land Rover Range Rover Evoque1,403 879 59.6%
#153Mercedes-Benz GLK-Class1,398 2,302 -39.3%
#154Volkswagen Beetle1,389 2,034 -31.7%
#154.1Volkswagen Beetle Coupe *8971,284-30.1%
#154.2Volkswagen Beetle Convertible *492750-34.4%
#155Volvo S601,371 1,322 3.7%
#156Lincoln MKX1,358 2,479 -45.2%
#157BMW X31,341 2,699 -50.3%
#158Hyundai Veloster1,302 1,821 -28.5%
#159Mazda CX-91,269 1,490 -14.8%
#160Infiniti QX801,248 1,023 22.0%
#161Scion tC1,219 1,107 10.1%
#162Audi A61,202 1,481 -18.8%
#163Nissan NV2001,184 540 119%
#164Ford C-Max1,160 1,418 -18.2%
#165Porsche Cayenne1,116 1,158 -3.6%
#166Ram Cargo Van1,101 355 210%
#167Nissan Leaf1,070 1,252 -14.5%
#168Nissan NV1,059 749 41.4%
#169Porsche 9111,052 792 32.8%
#170Infiniti Q40/G Sedan1,029 902 14.1%
#171Nissan Armada1,029 1,029 0.0%
#172Lexus CT200h1,005 1,290 -22.1%
#173Mitsubishi Outlander1,003 941 6.6%
#174Nissan Xterra998 1,518 -34.3%
#175Acura ILX992 1,157 -14.3%
#176Mazda 5941 1,800 -47.7%
#177Lincoln Navigator916 375 144%
#178Toyota Sequoia904 787 14.9%
#179Audi Q7880 1,268 -30.6%
#180Audi Q3873 ------
#181Fiat 500L869 729 19.2%
#182Lexus RC847 ------
#183Audi A5843 925 -8.9%
#184Porsche Macan796 ------
#185Buick Regal792 1,434 -44.8%
#186Nissan Titan774 887 -12.7%
#187Scion FR-S746 921 -19.0%
#188Mini Countryman745 1,074 -30.6%
#189Nissan Quest708 735 -3.7%
#190BMW i3670 ------
#191Lexus LS666 634 5.0%
#192Honda Crosstour661 1,176 -43.8%
#193Lincoln MKS645 635 1.6%
#194Jaguar XF644 658 -2.1%
#195BMW 7-Series637 575 10.8%
#196Infiniti Q70627 489 28.2%
#197Land Rover LR4609 599 1.7%
#198Chevrolet City Express585 ------
#199Hyundai Azera584 762 -23.4%
#200Infiniti QX70557 645 -13.6%
#201Chevrolet Volt542 918 -41.0%
#202Volkswagen CC531 881 -39.7%
#203BMW X1518 1,332 -61.1%
#204BMW 6-Series511 507 0.8%
#205Smart Fortwo492 521 -5.6%
#206Volkswagen Touareg482 544 -11.4%
#207Infiniti Q60466 413 12.8%
#208Nissan 370Z448 440 1.8%
#209Porsche Panamera437 546 -20.0%
#210BMW X6433 382 13.4%
#211Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class406 420 -3.3%
#212BMW X4396 ------
#213Kia Cadenza383 927 -58.7%
#214BMW 2-Series (& 1-Series) ³375 75 400%
#215Mazda MX-5 Miata338 212 59.4%
T216Subaru BRZ330 592 -44.3%
T216Volvo XC70330 261 26.4%
#218Mercedes-Benz SL-Class310 339 -8.6%
#219Audi A8306 337 -9.2%
#220Porsche Cayman304 280 8.6%
#221Jaguar F-Type301 177 70.1%
#222Lexus LX570293 356 -17.7%
#223Volvo V60292 322 -9.3%
#224Audi A7285 624 -54.3%
#225Jaguar XJ275 394 -30.2%
#226Lincoln MKT268 362 -26.0%
#227Toyota Land Cruiser251 257 -2.3%
#228Mercedes-Benz SLK-Class246 258 -4.7%
#229Dodge Avenger242 4,795 -95.0%
#230Mercedes-Benz B-Class240 ------
#231Mercedes-Benz G-Class231 122 89.3%
#232Honda Insight223 317 -29.7%
T233Hyundai Equus220 327 -32.7%
T233Scion xD220 592 -62.8%
#235Honda Ridgeline214 1,163 -81.6%
#236Volvo S80212 352 -39.8%
#237Porsche Boxster198 320 -38.1%
#238Honda CR-Z196 267 -26.6%
#239Infiniti QX50188 197 -4.6%
#240Acura RLX176 420 -58.1%
#241Toyota FJ Cruiser158 1,162 -86.4%
T242Nissan Cube156 402 -61.2%
T242Volkswagen Eos156 183 -14.8%
#244Chevrolet Caprice PPV124 200 -38.0%
#245Kia K900119 ------
#246Chevrolet SS115 232 -50.4%
#247Mazda 2112 907 -87.7%
#248Nissan GT-R101 79 27.8%
#249Alfa Romeo 4C97 ------
#250BMW Z494 166 -43.4%
#251Ram ProMaster City93 ------
#252Cadillac ELR92 41 124%
#253BMW i885 ------
#254Mini Paceman82111-26.1%
#255Scion iQ77 166 -53.6%
#256Dodge Viper61 47 29.8%
#257Audi R849 81 -39.5%
#258Jaguar XK46 118 -61.0%
#259Volvo XC9038 459 -91.7%
#260Land Rover LR236 363 -90.1%
#261Porsche 918 Spyder34 ------
#262Volvo V60 Cross Country28------
#263Acura TL18 1,368 -98.7%
#264Mercedes-Benz CL-Class11 33 -66.7%
#265Chevrolet Captiva Sport10 3,765 -99.7%
#266.1Acura TSX6 893 -99.3%
#266.2Acura TSX Sedan *6796-99.2%
#266.3Acura TSX SportWagon *---97-100%
#267.4Volvo C706 122 -95.1%
#268Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG5 35 -85.7%
T269Mitsubishi i MiEV3 1 200%
T269Audi TT3 113 -97.3%
#271Lexus LFA2 ------
#272Volkswagen Routan---359 -100%
#273Subaru Tribeca---86 -100%
#274Chevrolet Avalanche---31 -100%
#275Mitsubishi Galant---17 -100%
#276Acura ZDX---14 -100%
#277Volvo C30---12 -100%
#278Mercedes-Benz R-Class---2 -100%
#279Hyundai Veracruz---1 -100%
#280Mazda RX-8---1 -100%
#281Ford -Brand170,822 147,521 15.8%
#282Chevrolet -Brand142,882 119,089 20.0%
#283Toyota -Brand142,373 124,717 14.2%
#284Nissan -Brand94,449 81,472 15.9%
#285Honda -Brand90,202 80,808 11.6%
#286Jeep -Brand51,523 41,910 22.9%
#287Hyundai -Brand44,505 44,005 1.1%
#288Subaru -Brand40,812 33,000 23.7%
#289Kia -Brand38,299 37,011 3.5%
#290GMC -Brand35,671 27,733 28.6%
#291Dodge -Brand35,347 34,905 1.3%
#292Ram -Brand31,392 26,033 20.6%
#293Mercedes-Benz -Brand26,124 23,892 9.3%
#294Volkswagen -Brand23,504 23,494 0.1%
#295Chrysler -Brand23,393 21,113 10.8%
#296Lexus -Brand23,131 17,637 31.2%
#297Mazda -Brand20,271 18,814 7.7%
#298BMW -Brand18,981 18,253 4.0%
#299Buick -Brand12,553 13,278 -5.5%
#300Acura -Brand11,982 10,823 10.7%
#301Cadillac -Brand11,680 11,386 2.6%
#302Audi -Brand11,541 10,101 14.3%
#303Infiniti -Brand9,658 8,998 7.3%
#304Lincoln -Brand6,619 5,973 10.8%
#305Mitsubishi -Brand6,493 4,867 33.4%
#306Land Rover -Brand5,281 4,674 13.0%
#307Porsche -Brand3,937 3,096 27.2%
#308Volvo -Brand3,794 3,792 0.1%
#309Scion -Brand3,690 4,011 -8.0%
#310Fiat -Brand3,255 3,222 1.0%
#311Mini -Brand3,228 2,543 26.9%
#312Jaguar -Brand1,266 1,347 -6.0%
#313Maserati -Brand452 568 -20.4%
#314Bentley -Brand96 192 -50.0%
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1,152,4801,013,42613.7%
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166,326136,43521.9%
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30,83133,257-7.3%
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25,55518,98934.6%
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Passenger Cars, SUVs, Crossovers
929,768824,74512.7%
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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.
^ Brand total includes sales of commercial vans, without which Mercedes-Benz was up 8.9% to 24,619.
² Total Prius Family sales: up 0.3% to 12,244 in January.
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.
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 January 2015 were 103, 177, 63, 15, and 77, 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 2250 cars in January.  HybridCars.com, however, has typically estimated much lower Model S sales: 1300 in January.

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