U.S. Auto Sales Brand Rankings - June 2017 YTD


Alfa Romeo saw great success compared with last year's figures, with their Giulia sedan continuing to provide a very welcome boost to the Italian marque's figures. Bentley also saw a jump after entering the premium SUV market with their Bentayga.

Despite a broad range Mini, makers of the biggest ever small car see substantial drops compared with last year, compounding overall drops in sales for BMW-Mini group as a whole.


Most of the manufacturer groups see drops overall, though Nissan Motor Company and Jaguar Land Rover buck the trend by increasing their sales on last year - the latter having recently introduced their new, technologically-advanced Discovery, reviving the moniker in the States alongside the phenomenally popular Jaguar F-Pace SUV.


If you don't wish to see automakers arranged alphabetically, click column headers to sort automakers by March sales, year-over-year change, year-to-date totals, or any other order. Best seller lists for cars, trucks, and SUVs will be added later this afternoon. In the coming days, GCBC will also publish a complete list of year-to-date sales for every single vehicle line, a list which includes brand results. (Check out the 2016 version here.) You can always find historical monthly and yearly sales figures for any brand by clicking the brand name in the table below or by selecting a make (or model) at GCBC's Sales Stats page.


Click column headers to sort by specific categories. Using the mobile version of GoodCarBadCar? Thumb across the table for full-width visibility or switch to the web version at the bottom of the page, at which point columns will be sortable. May 2017June 2016



Updated 6/3 at 8:17 PM EST


Rank
Automaker
June 2017
% Change
2017 YTD
% Change
June 2017
Market Share
YTD Market Share
21
14038
23.7%
73871
-6.5%
.95%
.88%
34
1017
2725%
3717
1152%
.07%
.04%
19
19416
5.3%
102971
6.2%
1.32%
1.22%
36
218
51.4%
1148
82.8%
.01%
.01%
14
28962
0.4%
149086
-2.8%
1.97%
1.77%
20
19299
16.4%
110316
5.9%
1.31%
1.31%
22
12580
-11.8%
72073
-1.6%
.86%
.86%
3
169842
-6.4%
968882
-3.8%
11.55%
11.5%
18
19741
-15%
102095
-21%
1.34%
1.21%
11
42550
-14%
260890
-4%
2.89%
3.1%
31
2242
-4%
14682
-12%
.15%
.17%
1
Ford 217891
-5.4%
1238060
-4.2%
14.82%
14.69%
32
1613
0%
9919
0%
.11%
.12%
12
41434
-3.6%
263175
3.4%
2.82%
3.12%
5
125755
-1.3%
718015
.7%
8.55%
8.52%
8
52894
-21.6%
336441
-10%
3.6%
3.99%
8
12271
11%
79143
21.8%
.83%
.94%
30
2946
7%
20665
88%
.2%
.25%
6
73153
-11%
406291
-13%
4.98%
4.82%
7
56143
-10.3%
295736
-9.9%
3.82%
3.5%
27
5760
1%
35839
-2%
.39%
.43%
16
24395
-5.4%
133760
-11.7%
1.66%
1.59%
24
9275
5.3%
56337
5.7%
.63%
.67%
33
1235
31.2%
7053
35.6%
.08%
.08%
17
22342
-14.7%
141624
-2.6%
1.52%
1.68%
13
32102
1.7%
177760
-0.4%
2.18%
2.11%
29
4410
-10.3%
22205
-11.7%
.3%
.26%
24
7625
-5.2%
54576
4.8%
.52%
.65%
4
131057
1.2%
740545
1%
8.91%
8.79%
28
4516
.76%
27568
3.22%
.31%
.33%
10
48645
6%
279595
8%
3.31%
3.32%
35
226
-44.5%
1983
-23.5%
.02%
.02%
9
52057
11.7%
304810
9.1%
3.54%
3.62%
2
177981
3.2%
1021405
-2.4%
12.10%
12.12%
15
27377
15%1612388.2%1.86%
1.91%
26
7303
-15%
34105
-7%
.5%
.4%
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243155
-4.7%
1414446
-1.7%
16.54%
16.78%
227166-5.4%
1294397
-3.8%
15.45%
15.36%
202376
2.1%
1155165
-3.6% 13.76%
13.71%
187348
-7%
1067360
-7%
12.74%
12.66%
139793
.8%
791886
-0.1% 9.51%
9.4%
150,953
1.6%
874,264
2.8%
9.75%
9.73%
110650
-6.6%
642096
-8.5%
7.53%
7.62%
51527
9.02%
292925
6.71%
3.5%
3.48%
323281.1%
179743
-0.8%
2.2%
2.03%
33372
-1.2%
171291
-4.1%
2.27%
2.03%
8706
3%
56504
19% .59%
.67%
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Total
1470311
-2.9%
8427669
-2.55%
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Source: Automakers & ANDC  Red font indicates declining year-over-year volume 
* Does not include Lamborghini : 88
^ Excluding Sprinter/Metris:  28994
° Alfa Romeo, Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Jeep, Ram = FCA 
WSJ estimate for Tesla: 3900
ANDC estimate for Tesla:4400  
ANDC estimate for Ferrari : 195
ANDC estimate for Aston Martin: 57
† Industry total takes into account Automotive News figures/estimates for brands such as Tesla and other low-volume, high-priced manufacturers.

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