2012 US Auto Sales Figures – By Model (All Vehicle Ranked)
2012 U.S. Vehicle Sales Rankings – Every Vehicle Ranked By Sales Volume
The Ford F-Series was the best-selling vehicle line in the United States in 2012. Fortunately, you can now click the percentage change column on the far right to see that F-Series volume hasn’t grown as fast as, say, the Lexus GS, Chevrolet Volt, or Kia Rio, as compared to the previous year’s performance of the same vehicle. What you don’t see, but can calculate, is that F-Series volume increased by 60,399 units in 2012. Growth of 60,399 units by one model? Mitsubishi didn’t even sell that many vehicles in total in 2012.
Enough about the F-Series. We can succinctly mention that the third-ranked Toyota Camry was the best-selling car in America in 2012, the ninth-ranked Honda CR-V was the best-selling utility vehicle, the 45th-ranked BMW 3-Series was the best-selling premium brand vehicle, and the 48th-ranked Lexus RX was the top-selling premium utility vehicle. The Camry’s ranking didn’t change from last year, although sales jumped 31%. Honda’s CR-V moved up to 13th. The 3-Series slid three spots; the Lexus RX moved up one.