Top 30 Best-Selling Vehicles In America - May 2017


Ford dominated auto sales in May of 2017 with their vehicles making the list on every top seller report so far. Overall, the Ford F-series was the highest selling vehicle in America easily crushing Ram and Silverado pickups. The F-series sales are up 8.5% on the year.

The biggest tumble in percentage came from the Hyundai Elantra with a 26% drop from May of last year. 


We've already published May lists for the 20 best-selling cars, 20 best-selling SUVs and crossovers, and complete figures for every pickup truck, links to which you'll find above. Throwing all those vehicles into one group results in this list of the 30 best-selling vehicles overall. We end up with 2 pickup trucks, 12 cars, and 12 utility vehicles. Historical monthly and yearly sales figures for any of these top-selling vehicles can always be accessed through the dropdown menu at GCBC's Sales Stats page, and for those not viewing the mobile version of this site, near the top right of this page, as well. Mobile users can now thumb across the table for full-width access.

April 2017May 2016



Rank Vehicle/Brand/Manufacturer May-17 May-16 % Change 2017 YTD 2016 YTD % Change
1 Ford F-Series 76,027 67,412 12.80% 351,965 324,307 8.50%
2 Ram P/U 44,850 38,569 16.30% 207,370 192,131 7.90%
3 Chevrolet Silverado 43,804 45,035 -2.70% 212,425 223,990 -5.20%
4 Toyota RAV4 38,356 32,261 18.90% 150,646 138,535 8.70%
5 Honda Accord 33,547 31,949 5.00% 130,300 140,548 -7.30%
6 Toyota Corolla 32,937 36,615 -10.00% 145,476 158,754 -8.40%
7 Toyota Camry 32,547 36,916 -11.80% 147,434 167,200 -11.80%
8 Nissan Rogue 32,533 27,428 18.60% 161,340 119,637 34.90%
9 Honda CR-V 32,186 29,359 9.60% 158,914 129,460 22.80%
10 Honda Civic 31,989 35,396 -9.60% 144,854 158,030 -8.30%
11 Ford Escape 27,830 30,861 -9.80% 129,805 126,375 2.70%
12 Ford Explorer 25,632 21,790 17.60% 111,266 108,751 2.30%
13 Nissan Altima 23,994 28,404 -15.50% 118,242 142,220 -16.90%
14 Ford Explorer * 22,715 18,813 20.70% 97,157 94,981 2.30%
15 Ford Fusion 21,603 24,589 -12.10% 89,086 120,313 -26.00%
16 Chevrolet Equinox 20,908 21,252 -1.60% 104,272 101,738 2.50%
17 Jeep Grand Cherokee 20,726 18,205 13.80% 96,203 83,631 15.00%
18 Chevrolet Malibu 20,718 24,202 -14.40% 73,087 104,187 -29.90%
19 Jeep Wrangler 19,931 19,558 1.90% 80,083 80,320 -0.30%
20 Nissan Sentra 18,371 20,204 -9.10% 90,040 102,293 -12.00%
21 Toyota Highlander 18,115 14,783 22.50% 82,738 68,493 20.80%
22 Toyota Tacoma 17,654 16,544 6.70% 78,153 79,226 -1.40%
23 Ford Focus 17,244 17,455 -1.20% 67,146 83,653 -19.70%
24 Chevrolet Cruze 17,120 16,671 2.70% 92,360 68,065 35.70%
25 Hyundai Elantra 16,407 22,168 -26.00% 86,955 73,892 17.70%
26 Subaru Forester 16,280 15,309 6.30% 72,517 68,226 6.30%
27 GMC Sierra 16,200 17,642 -8.20% 83,410 89,304 -6.60%
28 Subaru Outback 15,193 12,404 22.50% 72,234 63,969 12.90%
29 Jeep Cherokee 14,635 19,206 -23.80% 69,473 84,610 -17.90%
30 Ford Transit 13,801 13,640 1.20% 55,584 64,043 -13.20%

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