North America Car Sales Data - Annual Reports
The United States, the largest car market in North America, experienced a strong rebound in car sales over the past decade. Factors such as improving employment rates, favorable lending conditions, and the need for vehicle replacements contributed to this resurgence. However, the market has experienced some fluctuations due to factors like trade disputes, economic uncertainties, and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Like other regions, the adoption of electric vehicles (EVs) has gained momentum in North America. Increasing environmental concerns, advancements in battery technology, and government incentives have spurred the growth of EV sales. Several automakers have introduced electric models to cater to this growing market segment.
North America Car Sales by Country (All Years)
In this section of the site, you can find a databank of auto sales data since 2005 for virtually every country in North America. Please note these statistics are either Total Market Volumes, which include passenger cars as well as light commercial vehicles (LCVs) or just passenger cars. Please read each post to make sure you understand which data is which. Please note that these figures often come from unofficial sources and can vary slightly from other data you may find elsewhere. Despite our best efforts to find the most reliable data, we can’t guarantee 100% accuracy, but we are confident the provided data is sufficiently indicative of the size and trend of the market.