Honda Sales Figures US

Honda Sales Figures – US Market

Monthly and Yearly Sales Figures for Honda in the United States

Guide
Monthly Sales Data
Sales & Growth Chart
Annual Sales Data
Model Split & Brand Share

Honda U.S Car Sales Data

This is your hub for all of the Honda sales data for the U.S market.

Honda cars are a common sight on our roads, as well as several other roads across the globe. Their cars are a favorite among many and are synonymous with being trustworthy, well-built and great to drive. Even though Honda is a Japanese company, the brand has a huge fan base in the US.  In the US, Honda is known for its reliability.  Honda have been pretty consistent when it comes to dependability and have always been in the top ten for reliability.

There are quite a few reasons why Honda are so dependable. One of these reasons could be due to the fact that they don’t cost much to repair when they do go wrong. Honda cars are cheap to repair and aren’t off the road for very long. This greatly increases reliability. One of the issues that many luxury brands run into is that their parts are expensive to source, replace and can be off the road for a long period of time, which lowers their dependability. However, a brand like Honda does not have this issue, and therefore has an increased reliability.

Honda’s extensive line-up includes everything from powerful sports cars to spacious minivans. And, with their reputation for industry-leading technology and innovation, even the less expensive models can feel like a luxury vehicle.

Our Take On Honda US Sales Figures

Honda started selling cars in North America since 1969 when they introduced their first automobile sold in the US, the Honda N600. Even though the company entered the North American market as a motorcycle manufacturer, Honda had an easy time expanding in the US as they entered the automobile industry. By 1983, Honda had already opened more than 800 dealerships in the US, which tells us how successful the Japanese brand is despite being in a foreign market.

Today, Honda has become the perennial number two Japanese automaker in the US, right behind Toyota. Sales of all Honda models in the US has been hovering above 1 million units every year since 2000. Honda-branded vehicles in the US include Fit, Civic, Accord, Clarity FCV and BEV, Odyssey, HR-V, CR-V, Passport, Pilot, Ridgeline, CR-Z, Insight, Crosstour, FCX, Element, CRX, Del Sol, and S2000. Out of these models,  the Accord has been the best selling model for the brand in the United States for years, while the CR-V is Honda’s best selling SUV.

Honda Monthly Sales Data

Below we have a table that shows Honda sales for the United States automotive market, but this time it is broken out by month. This is on a unit basis. This is Honda new vehicle sales in the US.

Honda Sales & Growth

Below is the unit volume sales and unit growth rate for the Honda brand in the United States.

Honda Annual Sales and Market Share

Below we have a table that shows Honda sales volumes for the US automotive market. This data captures all Honda car sales. We found a great data source in Honda directly who publishes sales data for the U.S market periodically. We were able to aggregate the data into the below format.

Year Sales YOY Change US Marketshare Marketshare Change
2005 1,259,864 0.00 7.46 0.00
2006 1,308,135 3.83 7.96 6.26
2007 1,361,428 4.07 8.50 6.39
2008 1,280,103 -5.97 9.76 12.88
2009 1,045,061 -18.36 10.10 3.35
2010 1,096,872 4.96 9.53 -5.98
2011 1,023,985 -6.64 8.07 -18.15
2012 1,365,558 33.36 8.88 9.18
2013 1,359,873 -0.42 8.78 -1.16
2014 1,373,189 0.98 8.36 -5.00
2015 1,409,386 2.64 8.10 -3.25
2016 1,476,493 4.76 8.44 4.02
2017 1,484,750 0.56 8.63 2.19
2018 1,445,627 -2.63 8.34 -3.37
2019 1,450,985 0.37 8.52 2.09
2020 536,297 0.00 8.41 0.00

Honda Model Specific Sales Reports

Accord, Civic, Crosstour, CR-V, CR-Z, Element, FCX, Fit, HR-V, Insight, Odyssey, Pilot, Prelude, Ridgeline, S2000