July 2015 YTD U.S. Passenger Car Sales Rankings - Top 155 Best-Selling Cars In America - Every Car Ranked

2014 Mercedes-Benz E-Class sedan
Three of the five best-selling cars in America - along with four of the top six, nine of the top 15, 13 of the top 20 – posted declining year-over-year volume through the first seven months of 2015.

Is it any wonder that car sales slid more than 1% through the first 58% of the year even as the industry rapidly approaches its first 17-million-sale year since 2001? The popular cars are tumbling, and the gains produced by a handful of market-share-stealing cars simply aren't enough to make up for their losses.


U.S. Car Sales Rankings By Model - July 2016 YTD
U.S. Car Sales Rankings By Model - August 2015 YTD
U.S. Car Sales Rankings By Model - June 2015 YTD
U.S. Car Sales Rankings By Model - July 2014 YTD


Most popular cars are maintaining their hold on lead positions. The Toyota Camry was America's best-selling car at this time last year; it is now, too. The Toyota Corolla led all small cars at this time a year ago; it is this year, as well. The BMW 3-Series was America's favourite premium brand car a year ago; it still is.


Others, however, aren't so lucky. The Honda Accord was the second-best-selling car in America through the first seven months of 2015. Its year-to-date decline in 2015 means it ranks fourth now. 
2014 BMW 5-Series
Year-over-year, the Hyundai Sonata has dropped two spots, as has the Kia Soul, and Volkswagen Jetta. The Toyota Prius dropped from 17th to 20th, the Chevrolet Impala fell five spots, and the Volkswagen Passat nine spots.


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


The Chevrolet Sonic was America's 23rd best-selling car at the end of July last year – it ranks 33rd now. The Ford Taurus dropped eight positions. The Mercedes-Benz E-Class slid from 35th to 46th. Its chief rival, the BMW 5-Series, plunged from 41st to 47th.


U.S. Auto Sales Brand Rankings - July 2015 YTD
U.S. Vehicle Sales Rankings By Model - July 2015 YTD
U.S. SUV/Crossover Sales Rankings By Model - July 2015 YTD


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

Click Column Headers To Sort • July 2016 • August 2015 • June 2015July 2014
Rank
Car
July 2015 YTD
July 2014 YTD
%
Change
July
2015
July
2014
% Change
#1Toyota Camry254,251262,428-3.1%38,43539,888-3.6%
#2Toyota Corolla220,380205,1877.4%30,24930,833-1.9%
#3Nissan Altima205,873203,1071.4%33,84226,65427.0%
#4Honda Accord190,242220,351-13.7%34,49635,073-1.6%
#5Honda Civic189,440197,135-3.9%31,13930,0383.7%
#6Ford Fusion178,263189,440-5.9%25,10523,9424.9%
#7Hyundai Elantra150,833134,71012.0%22,13522,213-0.4%
#8Chevrolet Cruze149,277166,264-10.2%21,33920,9262.0%
#9Ford Focus134,106138,680-3.3%17,02717,724-3.9%
#10Nissan Sentra124,412111,47711.6%18,51117,5795.3%
#11Chrysler 200121,67753,337128%15,1088,15985.2%
#12Hyundai Sonata119,738128,924-7.1%23,91722,5775.9%
#13Chevrolet Malibu112,542117,042-3.8%16,02213,53718.4%
#14Kia Optima92,60496,401-3.9%12,63813,588-7.0%
#15Subaru Outback82,18074,52310.3%10,86311,768-7.7%
#16Kia Soul81,96189,708-8.6%13,97514,709-5.0%
#17Volkswagen Jetta78,58089,449-12.2%11,56213,142-12.0%
#17.1Volkswagen Jetta Sedan *76,04576,7560.9%11,46711,0084.2%
#17.2Volkswagen Jetta SportWagen *2,53512,693-80.0%952,135-95.5%
#18Nissan Versa76,90483,570-8.0%9,94915,630-36.3%
#19Ford Mustang76,77250,79551.1%8,4826,56429.2%
#20Toyota Prius ²68,85086,574-20.5%11,78714,237-17.2%
#20.1Toyota Prius Sedan *65,37675,903-13.9%11,20312,866-12.9%
#20.2Toyota Prius Plug-In *3,47410,671-67.4%5841,371-57.4%
#21Chevrolet Impala66,22788,135-24.9%8,1569,636-15.4%
#22Mazda 364,38261,5294.6%9,5049,3811.3%
#23Subaru Impreza56,58451,7079.4%10,2437,37338.9%
#23.1Subaru Impreza *37,83336,4673.8%6,5275,36821.6%
#23.2Subaru Impreza WRX/STI *18,75115,24023.0%3,7162,00585.3%
#24Dodge Charger56,58255,3062.3%5,8215,5395.1%
#25Dodge Dart54,92145,45020.8%5,8667,483-21.6%
#26Kia Forte51,05043,51717.3%7,8685,56641.4%
#27Subaru XV Crosstrek50,52540,36825.2%8,5756,60329.9%
#28BMW 3-Series ³50,51250,3100.4%7,7298,789-12.1%
#29Chevrolet Camaro50,06256,633-11.6%7,4699,961-25.0%
#30Mercedes-Benz C-Class49,72138,73428.4%6,3845,70012.0%
#31Volkswagen Passat49,09958,443-16.0%6,9048,668-20.4%
#32Dodge Challenger42,16230,57537.9%5,1514,29420.0%
#33Chevrolet Sonic42,07856,820-25.9%5,1026,430-20.7%
#34Ford Fiesta40,98042,626-3.9%5,4917,545-27.2%
#35Hyundai Accent40,25238,0195.9%4,2763,75513.9%
#36Honda Fit39,96626,93948.4%4,3325,115-15.3%
#37Volkswagen Golf37,44113,915169%6,7172,446175%
#37.1Volkswagen Golf *13,1275,402143%1,890719163%
#37.2Volkswagen Golf GTI *13,0858,49854.0%1,7801,7273.1%
#37.3Volkswagen Golf SportWagen *7,595------2,602------
#37.4Volkswagen e-Golf *1,831------313------
#37.5Volkswagen Golf R *1,8031511,920%132------
#38Mazda 637,14831,96416.2%4,8415,046-4.1%
#39Lexus ES34,48139,496-12.7%5,4406,326-14.0%
#40Toyota Avalon33,99938,123-10.8%5,2816,092-13.3%
#41Subaru Legacy33,67322,53349.4%4,5004,679-3.8%
#42Ford Taurus29,96741,721-28.2%4,7956,627-27.6%
#42.1Ford Taurus *24,03835,259-31.8%4,0025,587-28.4%
#42.2Ford Taurus Police Interceptor *5,9296,462-8.2%7931,040-23.8%
#43Chrysler 30028,88929,940-3.5%4,1743,9266.3%
#44BMW 4-Series ³28,09619,11047.0%3,1903,708-14.0%
#45Lexus IS27,70028,115-1.5%4,2804,542-5.8%
#46Mercedes-Benz E-Class27,14541,244-34.2%4,8936,648-26.4%
#47BMW 5-Series25,76733,293-22.6%2,1865,676-61.5%
#48Acura TLX25,702------3,530------
#49Mini Cooper25,03716,08355.7%3,8933,47911.9%
#49.1Mini Cooper 2-Door *12,70610,35322.7%2,4792,632-5.8%
#49.2Mini Cooper 4-Door *9,297------1,036------
#49.3Mini Cooper Convertible *1,9792,100-5.8%272363-25.1%
#49.4Mini Cooper Roadster *751874-14.1%78150-48.0%
#49.5Mini Cooper Coupe *283596-52.5%2584-70.2%
#49.6Mini Cooper Clubman *212,160-99.0%3250-98.8%
#50Infiniti Q5024,20720,46718.3%3,8072,46154.7%
#51Buick LaCrosse24,16129,200-17.3%3,4513,920-12.0%
#52Chevrolet Spark22,69626,014-12.8%3,2873,715-11.5%
#53Toyota Prius C ²22,43823,983-6.4%3,5173,700-4.9%
#54Chevrolet Corvette21,10120,8041.4%2,7943,060-8.7%
#55Audi A321,0729,899113%3,1672,16446.3%
#56Buick Verano19,97725,280-21.0%2,3793,190-25.4%
#57Hyundai Genesis ³19,74417,03615.9%2,4742,990-17.3%
#58Nissan Maxima18,68029,241-36.1%4,1755,790-27.9%
#59Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class18,54212,95443.1%2,4392,3782.6%
#60Lincoln MKZ17,90221,752-17.7%2,6422,776-4.8%
#61Fiat 50017,34920,550-15.6%1,9592,371-17.4%
#62Audi A417,30522,492-23.1%2,4333,083-21.1%
#62.1Audi A4 Sedan *15,76520,116-21.6%2,2182,717-18.4%
#62.2Audi A4 Allroad *1,5402,376-35.2%215366-41.3%
#63Kia Rio17,06223,757-28.2%2,2273,791-41.3%
#64Toyota Prius V ²16,78517,219-2.5%2,6202,738-4.3%
#65Toyota Venza15,42618,794-17.9%2,2292,540-12.2%
#66Volkswagen Beetle15,40018,580-17.1%2,3092,452-5.8%
#66.1Volkswagen Beetle Coupe *8,55910,521-18.6%1,2741,281-0.5%
#66.2Volkswagen Beetle Convertible *6,8418,059-15.1%1,0351,171-11.6%
#67Mitsubishi Mirage15,0549,86052.7%1,5531,593-2.5%
#68Cadillac ATS14,09517,492-19.4%1,5882,582-38.5%
#69Toyota Yaris14,0919,21852.9%1,403686105%
#70Audi A613,33713,730-2.9%1,9281,8205.9%
#71Hyundai Veloster13,26117,207-22.9%2,0602,237-7.9%
#72Ford C-Max13,10116,444-20.3%1,9182,994-35.9%
#73Cadillac XTS12,89213,429-4.0%1,3021,939-32.9%
#74Lexus GS12,84312,1235.9%1,7012,001-15.0%
#75Mercedes-Benz S-Class11,99413,151-8.8%1,4141,920-26.4%
#76Mitsubishi Lancer11,91410,02618.8%1,2921,1789.7%
#77Cadillac CTS11,20418,047-37.9%1,5152,039-25.7%
#78Nissan Leaf10,99015,755-30.2%1,1743,019-61.1%
#79Buick Regal10,92813,549-19.3%1,5411,24623.7%
#80Scion tC10,78310,928-1.3%1,4211,685-15.7%
#81Acura ILX10,0849,5925.1%1,6131,23530.6%
#82Scion xB10,0089,6333.9%1,3161,415-7.0%
#83Volvo S609,81012,960-24.3%1,0521,739-39.5%
#84Lexus CT200h8,49710,316-17.6%1,3741,979-30.6%
#85Infiniti Q40/G Sedan8,0849,781-17.3%4071,340-69.6%
#86Lexus RC7,962------1,232------
#87Audi A57,82410,148-22.9%1,1051,610-31.4%
#88Chevrolet Volt6,93510,635-34.8%1,3132,020-35.0%
#89Scion FR-S6,8068,833-22.9%1,0581,171-9.7%
#90Fiat 500L6,3908,229-22.3%3141,436-78.1%
#91BMW 2-Series (& 1-Series) ³6,3703,90663.1%1,02863861.1%
#92BMW 7-Series6,1395,25516.8%91654468.4%
#93Porsche 9115,8506,017-2.8%778849-8.4%
#94Honda Crosstour5,5207,232-23.7%9248548.2%
#95BMW 6-Series5,3955,717-5.6%311384-19.0%
#96BMW i35,3911,057410%935363158%
#97Infiniti Q705,0562,99768.7%572272110%
#98Nissan 370Z4,6744,750-1.6%6736365.8%
#99Lincoln MKS4,3735,218-16.2%5445302.6%
#100Lexus LS4,3324,578-5.4%6316241.1%
#101Audi A74,1255,116-19.4%74964715.8%
#102Hyundai Azera4,0674,703-13.5%414512-19.1%
#103Smart Fortwo4,0655,998-32.2%4411,351-67.4%
#104Jaguar XF4,0603,68210.3%47024095.8%
#105Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class4,0393,8993.6%1,23870575.6%
#106Mazda MX-5 Miata3,7843,06223.6%1,130399183%
#107Kia Cadenza3,6996,002-38.4%410587-30.2%
#108Volkswagen CC3,5606,743-47.2%479790-39.4%
#109Subaru BRZ3,3345,019-33.6%525724-27.5%
#110Volvo XC703,0522,63715.7%405456-11.2%
#111Audi A82,9353,137-6.4%418503-16.9%
#112Volvo V602,8683,181-9.8%57344229.6%
#113Porsche Panamera2,8623,516-18.6%370391-5.4%
#114Infiniti Q602,6114,702-44.5%319682-53.2%
#115Jaguar F-Type2,5772,23815.1%425501-15.2%
#116Mercedes-Benz SL-Class2,5312,860-11.5%3303183.8%
#117Mercedes-Benz SLK-Class2,4042,765-13.1%324416-22.1%
#118Jaguar XJ2,1922,627-16.6%33630510.2%
#119Porsche Cayman1,9182,043-6.1%2852676.7%
#120Chevrolet SS1,8551,903-2.5%32124133.2%
#121Porsche Boxster1,8082,402-24.7%253292-13.4%
#122Volkswagen Eos1,5922,301-30.8%246352-30.1%
#123Honda CR-Z1,5622,355-33.7%270356-24.2%
#124Volvo V60 Cross Country1,493------232------
#125Acura RLX1,4132,292-38.4%2132082.4%
#126Mercedes-Benz B-Class1,368413,237%19641378%
#127Hyundai Equus1,3332,082-36.0%174305-43.0%
#128Honda Insight1,2042,624-54.1%113291-61.2%
#129BMW Z41,1901,333-10.7%118120-1.7%
#130Kia K9001,19094825.5%480132264%
#131Dodge Avenger1,08944,781-97.6%784,318-98.2%
#132Volvo S809581,079-11.2%35118-70.3%
#133BMW i8950------217------
#134Chevrolet Caprice PPV9432,089-54.9%140357-60.8%
#135Nissan Cube8422,618-67.8%52324-84.0%
#136Nissan GT-R82665126.9%6691-27.5%
#137Scion xD7504,968-84.9%43682-93.7%
#138Mercedes-AMG GT696------89------
#139Cadillac ELR65957814.0%66188-64.9%
#140Scion iQ4491,401-68.0%27174-84.5%
#141Dodge Viper4144003.5%634637.0%
#142Audi R8404475-14.9%4153-22.6%
#143Alfa Romeo 4C368------48------
#144Mazda 228310,032-97.2%102,075-99.5%
#145Jaguar XK249957-74.0%11141-92.2%
#146Porsche 918 Spyder17544,275%4031,233%
#147Acura TL849,752-99.1%3736-99.6%
#148Mitsubishi i MiEV84114-26.3%1217-29.4%
#149Mercedes-Benz CL-Class53154-65.6%110-90.0%
#150Acura TSX305,904-99.5%2479-99.6%
#150.1Acura TSX Sedan *285,305-99.5%2422-99.5%
#150.2Acura TSX SportWagon *2599-99.7%---57-100%
#151Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG27178-84.8%---18-100%
#152Audi TT24970-97.5%8101-92.1%
#153Volvo C707756-99.1%---27-100%
#154Lexus LFA612-50.0%1------
#155Mercedes-Benz R-Class46-33.3%---------
#158Mitsubishi Galant---122-100%---------
#159Volvo C30---64-100%---------
#156Mercedes-Benz CLK-Class---2-100%---------
#157Honda FCX---1-100%---------
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Total
4,637,9324,705,602-1.4% 674,297 692,046 -2.6%
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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% to 17,924 in July; down 15% to 108,073 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 July, we have a 3-Series/4-Series breakdown. (Hyundai does the same with the Genesis and Genesis Coupe.)
Total 3-Series/4-Series sales: down 13% to 10,919 in July; up 14% to 78,608 YTD.
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 seven months of 2015 were 595, 1239, 441, 87, and 665, 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 July; 11,900 YTD. HybridCars.com estimates 1800 July Model S sales; 13,700 YTD.

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