June 2015 YTD U.S. Passenger Car Sales Rankings – Top 154 Best-Selling Cars In America – Every Car Ranked


2016 BMW 3-Series

The Toyota Camry was America’s best-selling car in June 2015, continuing a streak that dates back to February of this year. But Camry sales, like the figures achieved by the second, fourth, fifth, seventh, eighth, and ninth-best-selling cars in June, declined as the U.S. passenger car market fell by nearly 4%.

Many of the Camry’s midsize cohorts were among the hardest hit, although the Nissan Altima (down 2.5% this year) was up 13% in June. The Honda Accord’s 15% drop was drastic, but the Ford Fusion also slid 8%, the Chevrolet Malibu was down 6%, the Hyundai Sonata plunged 40%, the Kia Optima was down 3%, and the Volkswagen Passat was down 3%.

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A number of affordable premium nameplates were increasingly more popular in June 2015 than they were in June 2014. Mercedes-Benz C-Class sales jumped 48% to 8316 units. BMW finally began releasing separate figures for the 3-Series and its 4-Series offshoot. (We’re showing them together for another month for consistency’s sake through the first-half of 2015.) Although the 4-Series accounts for only 37% of the 3er/4er total so far this year, in June, the 4-Series was responsible for 49% of the duo’s U.S. volume, falling just 266 sales shy of the 3-Series. 

Under the 4-Series banner, BMW sells a coupe, convertible, and the Gran Coupe four-door hatchback. The 3-Series is the core sedan model plus the wagon and the Gran Turismo four-door hatchback, a more upright hatch than the 4-Series GC.

2015 BMW 4-Series Gran Coupe

The pair generated 42% of BMW’s U.S. volume last month as BMW was propelled to a 6.5% year-over-year gain, outselling non-Sprinter Mercedes-Benzes by 4132 units. In the race to end 2015 as the best-selling premium brand, BMW is 3653 sales ahead of Mercedes-Benz. 67% of BMW’s volume is car-derived; 61% at Mercedes-Benz. 

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In specific head-on races, the Camry leads the Nissan Altima by a virtually insurmountable 43,785 sales through the first-half of 2015. The Toyota Corolla is 31,830 sales ahead of the Honda Civic in the small car sales race. Subcompacts are led by the Nissan Versa, which is 29,979 sales ahead of the Chevrolet Sonic. Ford’s Mustang is 25,697 sales in front of the Chevrolet Camaro. America’s top-selling Detroit brand car is the Ford Fusion, 25,220 sales ahead of the Chevrolet Cruze. Volkswagen has sold 12,976 Golf GTIs and Golf Rs; Subaru’s WRX/STi duo is 2059-units superior. The Audi A3 is 1802 sales ahead of the Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class. Audi’s A4 Allroad is 68 sales in front of the Volvo V60 Cross Country.

U.S. Auto Sales Brand Rankings – June 2015 YTD
U.S. Vehicle Sales Rankings By Model – June 2015 YTD
U.S. SUV/Crossover Sales Rankings By Model – June 2015 YTD

Reminder: these are year-to-date rankings, but you can sort cars by June volume by clicking the June 2015 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.

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Rank
Car
June 2015 YTD
June 2014 YTD
%
Change
June
2015
June
2014
% Change
#1 Toyota Camry 215,816 222,540 -3.0% 37,408 40,664 -8.0%
#2 Toyota Corolla 190,131 174,354 9.0% 30,645 30,945 -1.0%
#3 Nissan Altima 172,031 176,453 -2.5% 29,418 26,111 12.7%
#4 Honda Civic 158,301 167,097 -5.3% 28,727 32,301 -11.1%
#5 Honda Accord 155,746 185,278 -15.9% 27,477 32,329 -15.0%
#6 Ford Fusion 153,158 165,498 -7.5% 25,409 27,604 -8.0%
#7 Hyundai Elantra 128,698 112,497 14.4% 26,613 17,168 55.0%
#8 Chevrolet Cruze 127,938 145,338 -12.0% 22,647 26,008 -12.9%
#9 Ford Focus 117,079 120,956 -3.2% 22,051 26,266 -16.0%
#10 Chrysler 200 106,569 45,178 136% 18,560 7,345 153%
#11 Nissan Sentra 105,901 93,898 12.8% 17,200 17,097 0.6%
#12 Chevrolet Malibu 96,520 103,505 -6.7% 15,228 16,137 -5.6%
#13 Hyundai Sonata 95,821 106,347 -9.9% 15,199 25,195 -39.7%
#14 Kia Optima 79,966 82,813 -3.4% 13,488 13,866 -2.7%
#15 Subaru Outback 71,317 62,755 13.6% 10,912 11,525 -5.3%
#16 Ford Mustang 68,290 44,231 54.4% 11,719 7,631 53.6%
#17 Kia Soul 67,986 74,999 -9.4% 11,844 12,322 -3.9%
#18 BMW 3-Series & 4-Series ³ 67,689 56,657 19.5% 13,516 11,543 17.1%
#18.1 BMW 3-Series * 42,783 41,521 3.0% 6,891 7,633 -9.7%
#18.2 BMW 4-Series * 24,906 15,402 61.7% 6,625 3,910 69.4%
#19 Volkswagen Jetta 67,018 76,307 -12.2% 11,080 12,090 -8.4%
#19.1 Volkswagen Jetta Sedan * 64,578 65,748 -1.8% 10,944 10,102 8.3%
#19.2 Volkswagen Jetta SportWagen * 2,440 10,559 -76.9% 136 1,988 -93.2%
#20 Nissan Versa 66,955 67,940 -1.5% 10,190 11,613 -12.3%
#21 Chevrolet Impala 58,071 78,499 -26.0% 8,406 14,378 -41.5%
#22 Toyota Prius ² 57,063 72,337 -21.1% 10,023 12,848 -22.0%
#22.1 Toyota Prius Sedan * 54,173 63,037 -14.1% 9,559 11,277 -15.2%
#22.2 Toyota Prius Plug-In * 2,890 9,300 -68.9% 464 1,571 -70.5%
#23 Mazda 3 54,878 52,148 5.2% 9,251 8,824 4.8%
#24 Dodge Charger 50,761 49,767 2.0% 7,703 8,444 -8.8%
#25 Dodge Dart 49,055 37,967 29.2% 6,702 7,225 -7.2%
#26 Subaru Impreza 46,341 44,334 4.5% 7,232 7,342 -1.5%
#26.1 Subaru Impreza * 31,306 31,099 0.7% 5,066 5,277 -4.0%
#26.2 Subaru Impreza WRX/STI * 15,035 13,235 13.6% 2,166 2,065 4.9%
#27 Mercedes-Benz C-Class 43,337 33,034 31.2% 8,316 5,607 48.3%
#28 Kia Forte 43,182 37,951 13.8% 7,907 5,846 35.3%
#29 Chevrolet Camaro 42,593 46,672 -8.7% 8,611 7,721 11.5%
#30 Volkswagen Passat 42,195 49,775 -15.2% 6,984 7,222 -3.3%
#31 Subaru XV Crosstrek 41,950 33,765 24.2% 7,057 5,434 29.9%
#32 Dodge Challenger 37,011 26,281 40.8% 6,845 4,377 56.4%
#33 Chevrolet Sonic 36,976 50,390 -26.6% 7,894 9,718 -18.8%
#34 Hyundai Accent 35,976 34,264 5.0% 6,541 5,720 14.4%
#35 Honda Fit 35,634 21,824 63.3% 4,669 3,698 26.3%
#36 Ford Fiesta 35,489 35,081 1.2% 7,971 6,450 23.6%
#37 Mazda 6 32,307 26,918 20.0% 5,332 4,793 11.2%
#38 Volkswagen Golf 30,724 11,469 168% 6,145 2,528 143%
#38.1 Volkswagen Golf GTI * 11,305 6,771 67.0% 1,820 1,927 -5.6%
#38.2 Volkswagen Golf * 11,237 4,683 140% 1,967 600 228%
#38.3 Volkswagen Golf SportWagen * 4,993 —   1,873 —  
#38.4 Volkswagen Golf R * 1,671 15 11,040% 192 1 19,100%
#38.5 Volkswagen e-Golf * 1,518 —   293 —  
#39 Subaru Legacy 29,173 17,854 63.4% 4,526 3,131 44.6%
#40 Lexus ES 29,041 33,170 -12.4% 4,742 5,508 -13.9%
#41 Toyota Avalon 28,718 32,031 -10.3% 5,038 5,605 -10.1%
#42 Ford Taurus 25,172 35,094 -28.3% 5,249 6,715 -21.8%
#42.1 Ford Taurus * 20,036 29,672 -32.5% 4,493 5,618 -20.0%
#42.2 Ford Taurus Police Interceptor * 5,136 5,422 -5.3% 756 1,097 -31.1%
#43 Chrysler 300 24,715 26,014 -5.0% 3,965 3,566 11.2%
#44 BMW 5-Series 23,581 27,617 -14.6% 2,965 7,940 -62.7%
#45 Lexus IS 23,420 23,573 -0.6% 3,821 3,932 -2.8%
#46 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 22,252 34,597 -35.7% 3,611 6,500 -44.4%
#47 Acura TLX 22,172 3,986
#48 Mini Cooper 21,144 12,603 67.8% 3,885 3,238 20.0%
#48.1 Mini Cooper 2-Door * 10,227 7,721 32.5% 1,425 2,304 -38.2%
#48.2 Mini Cooper 4-Door * 8,261 1,886
#48.3 Mini Cooper Convertible * 1,707 1,737 -1.7% 393 368 6.8%
#48.4 Mini Cooper Roadster * 673 724 -7.0% 123 127 -3.1%
#48.5 Mini Cooper Coupe * 258 512 -49.6% 51 78 -34.6%
#48.6 Mini Cooper Clubman * 18 1,910 -99.1% 7 361 -98.1%
#49 Buick LaCrosse 20,710 25,280 -18.1% 2,972 5,332 -44.3%
#50 Infiniti Q50 20,400 18,006 13.3% 3,470 2,423 43.2%
#51 Chevrolet Spark 19,409 22,299 -13.0% 3,857 3,708 4.0%
#52 Toyota Prius C ² 18,921 20,283 -6.7% 2,756 3,291 -16.3%
#53 Chevrolet Corvette 18,307 17,744 3.2% 2,807 2,723 3.1%
#54 Audi A3 17,905 7,735 131% 3,482 2,452 42.0%
#55 Buick Verano 17,598 22,090 -20.3% 2,319 3,984 -41.8%
#56 Hyundai Genesis ³ 17,270 14,046 23.0% 2,513 3,109 -19.2%
#57 Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class 16,103 10,576 52.3% 2,391 1,658 44.2%
#58 Fiat 500 15,390 18,179 -15.3% 2,283 3,328 -31.4%
#59 Lincoln MKZ 15,260 18,976 -19.6% 2,543 2,990 -15.0%
#60 Audi A4 14,872 19,409 -23.4% 3,112 3,756 -17.1%
#60.1 Audi A4 Sedan * 13,547 17,399 -22.1% 2,863 3,365 -14.9%
#60.2 Audi A4 Allroad * 1,325 2,010 -34.1% 249 391 -36.3%
#61 Kia Rio 14,835 19,966 -25.7% 2,420 3,257 -25.7%
#62 Nissan Maxima 14,505 23,451 -38.1% 4,037 3,528 14.4%
#63 Toyota Prius V ² 14,165 14,481 -2.2% 2,272 2,510 -9.5%
#64 Mitsubishi Mirage 13,501 8,267 63.3% 1,669 1,451 15.0%
#65 Toyota Venza 13,197 16,254 -18.8% 2,017 2,322 -13.1%
#66 Volkswagen Beetle 13,091 16,128 -18.8% 2,282 2,585 -11.7%
#66.1 Volkswagen Beetle Coupe * 7,285 9,240 -21.2%             1,231              1,292 -4.7%
#66.2 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible * 5,806 6,888 -15.7% 1,051 1,293 -18.7%
#67 Toyota Yaris 12,688 8,532 48.7% 2,810 1,322 113%
#68 Cadillac ATS 12,507 14,910 -16.1% 2,211 2,358 -6.2%
#69 Cadillac XTS 11,590 11,490 0.9% 1,447 1,693 -14.5%
#70 Audi A6 11,409 11,910 -4.2% 2,431 2,191 11.0%
#71 Hyundai Veloster 11,201 14,970 -25.2% 2,065 2,554 -19.1%
#72 Ford C-Max 11,183 13,450 -16.9% 2,481 2,940 -15.6%
#73 Lexus GS 11,142 10,122 10.1% 1,643 1,511 8.7%
#74 Mitsubishi Lancer 10,622 8,848 20.1% 1,255 1,152 8.9%
#75 Mercedes-Benz S-Class 10,580 11,231 -5.8% 1,593 1,780 -10.5%
#76 Nissan Leaf 9,816 12,736 -22.9% 2,074 2,347 -11.6%
#77 Cadillac CTS 9,689 16,008 -39.5% 1,535 2,174 -29.4%
#78 Buick Regal 9,387 12,303 -23.7% 1,528 1,743 -12.3%
#79 Scion tC 9,362 9,243 1.3% 1,418 1,389 2.1%
#80 Volvo S60 8,758 11,221 -21.9% 1,406 2,337 -39.8%
#81 Scion xB 8,692 8,218 5.8% 1,316 1,218 8.0%
#82 Acura ILX 8,471 8,357 1.4% 1,662 928 79.1%
#83 Infiniti Q40/G Sedan 7,677 8,441 -9.1% 748 1,392 -46.3%
#84 Lexus CT200h 7,123 8,337 -14.6% 1,118 1,521 -26.5%
#85 Lexus RC 6,730 1,129
#86 Audi A5 6,719 8,538 -21.3% 1,101 1,554 -29.2%
#87 Fiat 500L 6,076 6,793 -10.6% 530 1,150 -53.9%
#88 Scion FR-S 5,748 7,662 -25.0% 1,003 1,128 -11.1%
#89 Chevrolet Volt 5,622 8,615 -34.7% 1,225 1,777 -31.1%
#90 BMW 2-Series (& 1-Series) ³ 5,342 3,268 63.5% 1,067 680 56.9%
#91 BMW 7-Series 5,223 4,711 10.9% 832 1,548 -46.3%
#92 BMW 6-Series 5,084 5,333 -4.7% 238 322 -26.1%
#93 Porsche 911 5,072 5,168 -1.9% 813 809 0.5%
#94 Honda Crosstour 4,596 6,378 -27.9% 837 675 24.0%
#95 Infiniti Q70 4,484 2,725 64.6% 613 379 61.7%
#96 BMW i3 4,456 694 542% 551 358 53.9%
#97 Nissan 370Z 4,001 4,114 -2.7% 666 662 0.6%
#98 Lincoln MKS 3,829 4,688 -18.3% 525 602 -12.8%
#99 Lexus LS 3,701 3,954 -6.4% 629 582 8.1%
#100 Hyundai Azera 3,653 4,191 -12.8% 349 705 -50.5%
#101 Smart Fortwo 3,624 4,647 -22.0% 774 673 15.0%
#102 Jaguar XF 3,590 3,442 4.3% 446 312 42.9%
#103 Audi A7 3,376 4,469 -24.5% 669 686 -2.5%
#104 Kia Cadenza 3,289 5,415 -39.3% 359 1,035 -65.3%
#105 Volkswagen CC 3,081 5,953 -48.2% 522 1,003 -48.0%
#106 Subaru BRZ 2,809 4,295 -34.6% 550 557 -1.3%
#107 Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class 2,801 3,194 -12.3% 444 526 -15.6%
#108 Mazda MX-5 Miata 2,654 2,663 -0.3% 440 412 6.8%
#109 Volvo XC70 2,647 2,181 21.4% 625 404 54.7%
#110 Audi A8 2,517 2,634 -4.4% 647 585 10.6%
#111 Porsche Panamera 2,492 3,125 -20.3% 437 677 -35.5%
#112 Volvo V60 2,299 2,739 -16.1% 437 470 -7.0%
#113 Infiniti Q60 2,292 4,020 -43.0% 366 752 -51.3%
#114 Mercedes-Benz SL-Class 2,201 2,542 -13.4% 303 369 -17.9%
#115 Jaguar F-Type 2,152 1,737 23.9% 451 428 5.4%
#116 Mercedes-Benz SLK-Class 2,080 2,349 -11.5% 421 371 13.5%
#117 Jaguar XJ 1,856 2,322 -20.1% 309 408 -24.3%
#118 Porsche Cayman 1,633 1,776 -8.1% 257 214 20.1%
#119 Porsche Boxster 1,555 2,110 -26.3% 310 338 -8.3%
#120 Chevrolet SS 1,534 1,662 -7.7% 354 217 63.1%
#121 Volkswagen Eos 1,346 1,949 -30.9% 258 409 -36.9%
#122 Honda CR-Z 1,292 1,999 -35.4% 204 302 -32.5%
#123 Volvo V60 CC 1,257 328
#124 Acura RLX 1,200 2,084 -42.4% 224 229 -2.2%
#125 Mercedes-Benz B-Class 1,172 242
#126 Hyundai Equus 1,159 1,777 -34.8% 170 250 -32.0%
#127 Honda Insight 1,091 2,333 -53.2% 126 333 -62.2%
#128 BMW Z4 1,072 1,213 -11.6% 105 114 -7.9%
#129 Dodge Avenger 1,011 40,463 -97.5% 113 5,344 -97.9%
#130 Volvo S80 923 961 -4.0% 283 127 123%
#131 Chevrolet Caprice PPV 803 1,732 -53.6% 159 434 -63.4%
#132 Nissan Cube 790 2,294 -65.6% 115 336 -65.8%
#133 Nissan GT-R 760 560 35.7% 93 79 17.7%
#134 BMW i8 733 137
#135 Kia K900 710 816 -13.0% 168 224 -25.0%
#136 Scion xD 707 4,286 -83.5% 48 678 -92.9%
#137 Mercedes-AMG GT 607 106
#138 Cadillac ELR 593 390 52.1% 62 97 -36.1%
#139 Scion iQ 422 1,227 -65.6% 53 199 -73.4%
#140 Audi R8 363 422 -14.0% 51 65 -21.5%
#141 Dodge Viper 351 354 -0.8% 62 36 72.2%
#142 Alfa Romeo 4C 320 25
#143 Mazda 2 273 7,957 -96.6% 14 2,103 -99.3%
#144 Jaguar XK 238 816 -70.8% 11 115 -90.4%
#145 Porsche 918 Spyder 135 1 13,400% 29 1 2,800%
#146 Acura TL 81 9,016 -99.1% 5 990 -99.5%
#147 Mitsubishi i MiEV 72 97 -25.8% 23 22 4.5%
#148 Mercedes-Benz CL-Class 52 144 -63.9% 11 -100%
#149 Acura TSX 28 5,425 -99.5% 1 681 -99.9%
#149.1 Acura TSX Sedan * 26 4,883 -99.5% 1 614 -99.8%
#149.2 Acura TSX SportWagon * 2 542 -99.6% 67 -100%
#150 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG 27 160 -83.1% 4 18 -77.8%
#151 Audi TT 16 869 -98.2% 2 124 -98.4%
#152 Volvo C70 7 729 -99.0% 54 -100%
#153 Lexus LFA 5 12 -58.3% 1 2 -50.0%
#154 Mercedes-Benz R-Class 4 6 -33.3%
#155 Mitsubishi Galant 122 -100%
#156 Volvo C30 64 -100%
#157 Mercedes-Benz CLK-Class 1 -100%
#158 Honda FCX 1 -100%
Total
3,963,635 4,013,554 -1.2% 679,102 703,772 -3.5%

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 19.3% to 15,051 in June; down 15.8% to 90,149 YTD.
³ BMW has traditionally 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. Now, for June, we have a 3-Series/4-Series breakdown, but we’ve continued to put them together for these halfway results for consistency’s sake. (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. estimates say sales for those brands in the first-half of 2015 were 510, 1062, 378, 74, and 570, 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 1700 cars in June; 10,200 YTD. HybridCars.com, which typically estimated much lower Model S sales, estimates 2800 June sales; 11,900 YTD.