Ask GCBC: What Are The Best-Selling Import Cars In America?

2015 Subaru Forester
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This week, Tom from America wanted to know the following: "What are the best-selling import cars in America? Not just the Toyota Camry, which is built in America, but the vehicles of any kind that are built outside of the U.S., Canada, or Mexico?"




That's simple enough. We'll exclude import brand vehicles such as the Toyota Camry, America's best-selling car in each of the last 14 years, a Japanese-branded machine that's assembled in Indiana. We'll include for contention vehicles like the Buick Encore, which wears an American badge but is built in South Korea. 

Vehicles which are assembled outside of the U.S, Canada, and Mexico – the NAFTA zone – are eligible for this list of America's 15 most popular import vehicles in the first two months of 2016.


Rank
Best-Selling Import Autos
Feb.
2016 YTD
Feb.
2015 YTD

Change
#1
Subaru Forester
24,14322,6696.5%
#2
Kia Soul
21,03318,10716.2%
#3
Nissan Rogue °
18,81413,95334.8%
#4
Toyota 4Runner
15,97213,36519.5%
#5
Mazda 3
14,82616,769-11.6%
#6
Mazda CX-5
14,64213,3949.3%
#7
Subaru Impreza/WRX
13,53014,712-8.0%
#8
Toyota Prius/Prius Plug-In
13,51815,184-11.0%
#9
Kia Forte
13,51611,97112.9%
#10
Jeep Renegade
13,119------
#11
Subaru Crosstrek
12,57712,919-2.6%
#12
Hyundai Tucson
12,554690581.8%
#13
Buick Encore
10,793838628.7%
#14
Kia Sportage
10,663646165.0%
#15
BMW 3-Series
788210,747-26.7%
° Total Rogue sales are up 0.7% to 21,561, with 11,589 (down 9.7%) of the Rogues sold so far this year built in Smyrna, Tennessee. 

Timothy Cain is the founder of GoodCarBadCar.net, which obsesses over the free and frequent publication of U.S. and Canadian auto sales figures. Follow on Twitter @goodcarbadcar and on Facebook.

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