June 2016 YTD U.S. Passenger Car Sales Rankings - Top 156 Best-Selling Cars In America - Every Car Ranked

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U.S. sales of passenger cars fell 8.5% in June 2016, dragging the first-half figure down to 7.9% as top-selling cars from Toyota, Ford, and Chevrolet pull the sector down despite major gains from a handful of rival top sellers.

The second-best-selling Honda Civic jumped 20% in the first-half of 2016, a U.S. year-over-year sales gain of nearly 32,000 units. But the 45,147 additional sales garnered by the Honda Civic and Honda Accord – not to mention the 17,777 additional sales from the Nissan Altima and Sentra – are cancelled out by sharp losses from America's perennial best-selling car, the Toyota Camry, and even worse declines from the Ford Focus, Hyundai Elantra, and Chevrolet Cruze, among others.


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


Consumers are quickly veering away from cars into SUVs/crossovers, a change that's particularly noteworthy at Toyota. While Camry volume has fallen 7%, or 16,056 units, the similarly priced Toyota RAV4 – America's most popular utility vehicle – produced 22,325 extra sales.

This small but applicable example helps explain the market's overall rise in 2016. After record-setting auto sales in 2015, the U.S. auto industry is projected to end 2016 at an even higher level. 


Pickup Truck Sales In America - June 2016
Minivan Sales In America - June 2016


Cars are declining, but SUVs/crossovers and pickup trucks and vans are all growing to such an extent that manufacturers' overall volume isn't sorely affected by the car decline.

Through the first six months of 2016, the Camry leads the second-ranked Honda Civic by 9920 sales. The Civic leads the next-best-selling compact car, the Toyota Corolla, by a smaller 7647-unit margin. The 13th-ranked Nissan Versa is America's leading subcompact, more than 33,000 sales ahead of the Hyundai Accent. 




The Ford Mustang's 15th position places it far ahead of all other sporty cars. Mercedes-Benz's C-Class, though down 14% year-to-date, is 4329 sales ahead of the BMW 3-Series; nearly 15,000 sales behind the combined 3-Series/4-Series duo.

Reminder: these are 2016 year-to-date rankings, but you can sort cars by June volume by clicking the June 2016 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.


U.S. Vehicle Sales Rankings By Model - June 2016 YTD
U.S. SUV/Crossover Sales By Model - June 2016 YTD


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 • May 2016June 2015
Rank
Car
June
2016 YTD
June
2015 YTD
%
Change
June
2016
June
2015
% Change
#1Toyota Camry199,760215,816-7.4%32,56137,408-13.0%
#2Honda Civic189,840158,30119.9%31,81028,72710.7%
#3Toyota Corolla182,193190,131-4.2%30,95030,6451.0%
#4Nissan Altima172,695172,0310.4%30,47529,4183.6%
#5Honda Accord169,354155,7468.7%28,80627,4774.8%
#6Ford Fusion146,833153,158-4.1%26,52025,4094.4%
#7Nissan Sentra123,014105,90116.2%20,72117,20020.5%
#8Chevrolet Malibu120,32596,52024.7%16,13815,2286.0%
#9Hyundai Sonata104,40195,8219.0%11,85415,199-22.0%
#10Ford Focus103,144117,079-11.9%19,49122,051-11.6%
#11Hyundai Elantra96,306128,698-25.2%22,41426,613-15.8%
#12Chevrolet Cruze86,731127,938-32.2%18,66622,647-17.6%
#13Nissan Versa72,46166,9558.2%14,68310,19044.1%
#14Kia Soul70,52867,9863.7%12,22911,8443.3%
#15Ford Mustang62,96568,290-7.8%9,77611,719-16.6%
#16Kia Optima61,06779,966-23.6%9,18013,488-31.9%
#17Volkswagen Jetta58,27967,018-13.0%8,61711,080-22.2%
#17.1Volkswagen Jetta Sedan *58,27564,578-9.8%8,61610,944-21.3%
#17.2Volkswagen Jetta SportWagen *42,440-99.8%1136-99.3%
#18Chevrolet Impala56,39058,071-2.9%12,3358,40646.7%
#19Kia Forte52,74243,18222.1%9,1707,90716.0%
#20Mazda 351,38154,877-6.4%8,3999,251-9.2%
#21Dodge Charger50,32450,761-0.9%6,2237,703-19.2%
#22Toyota Prius ²48,51757,063-15.0%8,54210,023-14.8%
#22.1Toyota Prius *48,47554,173-10.5%8,5319,559-10.8%
#22.2Toyota Prius Plug-In *422,890-98.5%11464-97.6%
#23Subaru Impreza45,77146,341-1.2%8,1247,23212.3%
#23.1Subaru Impreza *29,76531,306-4.9%4,9945,066-1.4%
#23.2Subaru Impreza WRX/STI *16,00615,0356.5%3,1302,16644.5%
#24Chrysler 20040,981106,569-61.5%7,81718,560-57.9%
#25Hyundai Accent39,33035,9769.3%3,1396,541-52.0%
#26Mercedes-Benz C-Class37,30543,337-13.9%6,8678,316-17.4%
#27Chevrolet Camaro36,83442,593-13.5%4,9698,611-42.3%
#28Dodge Challenger34,60737,011-6.5%5,4796,845-20.0%
#29BMW 3-Series32,97642,796-22.9%6,8196,891-1.0%
#30Volkswagen Passat32,81342,195-22.2%5,9926,984-14.2%
#31Chrysler 30030,75424,71524.4%3,6693,965-7.5%
#32Nissan Maxima30,75314,505112%4,9234,03721.9%
#33Subaru Legacy30,35729,1734.1%5,0234,52611.0%
#34Dodge Dart29,07949,055-40.7%3,3056,702-50.7%
#35Chevrolet Sonic28,29236,976-23.5%7,5837,894-3.9%
#36Lexus ES27,89329,041-4.0%5,0604,7426.7%
#37Honda Fit27,38535,634-23.1%5,0344,6697.8%
#38Volkswagen Golf26,32230,724-14.3%4,6066,145-25.0%
#38.1Volkswagen Golf GTI *10,85211,305-4.0%2,0321,82011.6%
#38.2Volkswagen Golf *6,08011,237-45.9%1,0211,967-48.1%
#38.3Volkswagen Golf SportWagen *5,3654,9937.5%1,0191,873-45.6%
#38.4Volkswagen Golf R *2,5701,67153.8%28619249.0%
#38.5Volkswagen e-Golf *1,4551,518-4.2%248293-15.4%
#39Ford Fiesta25,53935,489-28.0%4,0647,971-49.0%
#40Ford Taurus24,38625,172-3.1%3,3385,249-36.4%
#40.1Ford Taurus *19,69520,036-1.7%2,5144,493-44.0%
#40.2Ford Taurus Police Interceptor *4,6915,136-8.7%8247569.0%
#41Mazda 623,46332,307-27.4%4,2245,332-20.8%
#42Toyota Avalon23,31428,718-18.8%3,3025,038-34.5%
#43Mercedes-Benz E-Class & CLS-Class ³22,45825,053-10.4%4,2924,0555.8%
#44BMW 5-Series20,27523,581-14.0%2,8472,965-4.0%
#45Infiniti Q5020,25420,400-0.7%2,3493,470-32.3%
#46BMW 4-Series19,27624,893-22.6%3,1846,625-51.9%
#47Acura TLX18,91322,172-14.7%2,8123,986-29.5%
#48Mini Cooper18,80921,144-14.2%3,4783,885-10.5%
#48.1Mini Cooper Hardtop 4-Door *6,3198,261-23.5%9831,886-47.9%
#48.2Mini Cooper Hardtop 2-Door *6,24010,227-39.0%8501,425-40.4%
#48.3Mini Cooper Clubman * 4,4111824,406%1,007714,286%
#48.4Mini Cooper Convertible *1,8301,7077.2%63539361.6%
#48.5Mini Cooper Coupe *6258-97.7%351-94.1%
#48.6Mini Cooper Roadster *3673-99.6%---123-100%
#49Chevrolet Spark18,29119,409-5.8%6,5593,85770.1%
#50Hyundai Genesis ³17,38517,2700.7%2,3952,513-4.7%
#51Lexus IS17,09923,420-27.0%2,7483,821-28.1%
#52Audi A316,58417,905-7.4%3,1713,482-8.9%
#53Scion iA16,427------2,939------
#54Audi A415,75614,8725.9%2,9363,112-5.7%
#54.1Audi A4 Sedan *14,91913,54710.1%2,8022,863-2.1%
#54.2Audi A4 Allroad *8371,325-36.8%134249-46.2%
#55Kia Rio15,36814,8353.6%5,2382,420116%
#56Buick Verano14,71917,598-16.4%2,0252,319-12.7%
#57Lincoln MKZ14,69315,260-3.7%2,7602,5438.5%
#58Chevrolet Corvette14,66818,307-19.9%2,4832,807-11.5%
#59Buick LaCrosse13,96320,710-32.6%1,4882,972-49.9%
#60Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class13,61116,103-15.5%2,2962,391-4.0%
#61Mitsubishi Mirage13,17313,501-2.4%1,5411,669-7.7%
#62Hyundai Veloster12,92311,20115.4%1,7002,065-17.7%
#63Toyota Prius C ²11,57318,921-38.8%1,3552,756-50.8%
#64Ford C-Max10,26811,183-8.2%2,1162,481-14.7%
#65Chevrolet Volt9,8085,62274.5%1,9371,22558.1%
#66Cadillac XTS9,78711,590-15.6%1,1841,447-18.2%
#67Cadillac ATS9,76412,507-21.9%1,8802,211-15.0%
#68Buick Regal9,2539,387-1.4%1,1821,528-22.6%
#69Scion iM9,081------1,570------
#70BMW 2-Series9,0575,34269.5%2,5541,067139%
#71Mercedes-Benz S-Class8,49310,580-19.7%1,4871,593-6.7%
#72Acura ILX8,4588,471-0.2%1,1141,662-33.0%
#73Mitsubishi Lancer8,43410,622-20.6%1,0281,255-18.1%
#74Audi A68,32811,409-27.0%1,6902,431-30.5%
#75Fiat 5007,93215,390-48.5%1,1132,283-51.2%
#76Cadillac CTS7,9069,689-18.4%1,5161,535-1.2%
#77Lexus GS7,45211,142-33.1%1,3511,643-17.8%
#78Toyota Prius V ²7,31514,165-48.4%1,1302,272-50.3%
#79Volkswagen Beetle6,77313,091-48.3%1,1052,282-51.6%
#79.1Volkswagen Beetle Coupe *3,6837,285-49.4%6131,231-50.2%
#79.2Volkswagen Beetle Convertible *3,0905,806-46.8%4921,051-53.2%
#80Toyota Yaris6,58412,688-48.1%1,3002,810-53.7%
#81Nissan Leaf5,7939,816-41.0%1,0962,074-47.2%
#82Scion tC5,7869,362-38.2%9051,418-36.2%
#83Volvo S605,7798,758-34.0%1,5591,40610.9%
#84BMW 7-Series5,6055,2237.3%1,40883269.2%
#85Mazda MX-5 Miata5,3842,654103%889440102%
#86Lexus RC5,2926,730-21.4%7871,129-30.3%
#87Porsche 9115,0265,072-0.9%8528134.8%
#88Lexus CT200h4,5157,123-36.6%7851,118-29.8%
#89Audi A54,3346,719-35.5%8021,101-27.2%
#90Jaguar XF4,0773,59013.6%397446-11.0%
#91Buick Cascada4,071------755------
#92Scion FR-S3,7835,748-34.2%6881,003-31.4%
#93Lincoln MKS3,4453,829-10.0%413525-21.3%
#94Infiniti Q703,1474,484-29.8%522613-14.8%
#95Audi A73,0563,376-9.5%487669-27.2%
#96Nissan 370Z2,9804,001-25.5%593666-11.0%
#97BMW i32,8804,456-35.4%60855110.3%
#98Lexus LS2,8783,701-22.2%529629-15.9%
#99Kia Cadenza2,7563,289-16.2%203359-43.5%
#100Scion xB2,6298,692-69.8%761,316-94.2%
#101Smart Fortwo2,5933,624-28.4%407774-47.4%
#102Hyundai Azera2,5733,653-29.6%340349-2.6%
#103Volvo XC702,5032,647-5.4%75262520.3%
#104Subaru BRZ2,4072,809-14.3%347550-36.9%
#105Fiat 500L2,3386,076-61.5%274530-48.3%
#106Porsche Panamera2,1982,492-11.8%50643715.8%
#107Jaguar F-Type2,0062,152-6.8%306451-32.2%
#108Porsche Cayman1,9831,63321.4%34425733.9%
#109Cadillac CT61,979------962------
#110Audi A81,9412,517-22.9%303647-53.2%
#111Jaguar XJ1,8851,8561.6%284309-8.1%
#112BMW 6-Series1,8755,084-63.1%28423819.3%
#113Mercedes-Benz SL-Class1,7982,201-18.3%191303-37.0%
#114Mercedes-Benz SLK-Class1,7372,080-16.5%168421-60.1%
#115Volvo V601,7322,299-24.7%59343735.7%
#116Volkswagen CC1,6813,081-45.4%168522-67.8%
#117Chevrolet SS1,6131,5345.2%254354-28.2%
#118Audi TT1,478169,138%233211,550%
#119Porsche Boxster1,3791,555-11.3%34331010.6%
#120Jaguar XE1,231------633------
#121Honda CR-Z1,2051,292-6.7%23520415.2%
#122Volvo V60 Cross Country1,1251,257-10.5%43432832.3%
#123Hyundai Equus1,0351,159-10.7%131170-22.9%
#124Acura RLX7271,200-39.4%113224-49.6%
#125Honda Crosstour7024,596-84.7%22837-97.4%
#126Infiniti Q606852,292-70.1%79366-78.4%
#127Mercedes-AMG GT67860711.7%79106-25.5%
#128BMW i8620733-15.4%16913723.4%
#129BMW Z45511,072-48.6%104105-1.0%
#130Cadillac ELR496593-16.4%946251.6%
#131Chevrolet Caprice PPV487803-39.4%18715917.6%
#132Kia K900439710-38.2%62168-63.1%
#133Volkswagen Eos3871,346-71.2%---258-100%
#134Volvo S80325923-64.8%81283-71.4%
#135Volvo S60 Cross Country320------69------
#136Nissan GT-R315760-58.6%4493-52.7%
#137Mercedes-Benz B-Class3101,172-73.5%44242-81.8%
#138Alfa Romeo 4C309320-3.4%362544.0%
#139Dodge Viper298351-15.1%5762-8.1%
#140Audi R8262363-27.8%725141.2%
#141Toyota Mirai218------40------
#142Infiniti Q40587,677-99.2%4748-99.5%
#143Honda Insight481,091-95.6%9126-92.9%
#144Mitsubishi i MiEV2072-72.2%423-82.6%
#145Nissan Cube15790-98.1%---115-100%
T146Scion xD8707-98.9%---48-100%
T146Volvo S908------8------
T148Lexus LFA6520.0%11---
T148Scion iQ6422-98.6%153-98.1%
T150Acura TSX328-89.3%---1-100%
T150Jaguar XK3238-98.7%---11-100%
T150Mazda 23273-98.9%---14-100%
#153Acura NSX2------2------
T154Fiat 124 Spider1------1------
T154Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG127-96.3%---4-100%
T154Porsche 918 Spyder1135-99.3%---29-100%
#157Dodge Avenger---1,011-100%---113-100%
#158Acura TL---81-100%---5-100%
#159Mercedes-Benz CL-Class---52-100%---------
#160Volvo C70---7-100%---------

Total  °
3,532,1383,837,166-7.9% 602,978 659,116 -8.5%

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Source: Automakers & ANDC & WSJ

* 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 26.7% to 11,027 in June; down 25.2% to 67,405 YTD.
³ Hyundai USA combines sales of the Genesis and Genesis Coupe. Mercedes-Benz USA, not GCBC, is also combining E-Class and CLS-Class sales figures.
 
Sales data for brands such as Aston Martin, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Lotus, Rolls-Royce etc. are unfortunately not broken down by model.
Tesla, unfortunately, doesn't release model-specific monthly U.S. sales data, but we source estimates from HybridCars.com and The Wall Street Journal.

WSJ Model S sales estimate: up 10% to 2200 in June; up 39.1% to to 12,450 YTD.

° Overall market figure is a combination of all reported sales figures.

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