Best Selling Midsize Cars in America for June 2018
Here you will find the Midsize car sales leaders in the United States for June 2018. Each month we compile the Midsize car model sales data and reports for North American markets and analyze it to create the best selling list below.
General Motors’ SUV, crossover and pickup lines have all been on a charge since we last heard from the country’s largest vehicle producer, with GM as a whole having sold 3.4% more vehicles in the first half of 2018 than 2017.
That momentum has failed to carry over to its highest volume midsize passenger cars, it seems.
After six months of the year, the Chevrolet Malibu and Volt are both down, the former by 8.9% and the latter by 28.5%.
The smaller Bolt, included here as part of the hybrids and electrics countdown, is on the rise, while the Buick Regal, a smaller player in the midsize segment, has boosted its sales by almost a quarter for the year so far, although that rise is against a backdrop of model changeover through 2017.
That said, at the halfway point of 2017, the majority of the midsize segment is behind on 2017’s numbers. The best-selling Toyota Camry stays up by 1.1% after a solid first quarter of sales results, but the highest-volume contributor to this segment’s bottom line to see growth for the year so far is the Mazda 6, which by comparison has sold roughly a tenth of the Camry’s total.
Best Selling Midsize Cars Rankings
Top Midsize Cars Sales Figures – This Month
This sales table of shows the top Midsize car sales performers in the United States, including their year on year growth rates both for the most recent month and year to date figures. Note that this table is sortable and that it fees the chart below. You can easily change the chart by filtering and sorting the below table.
For reference US = United States Sales for the month, US LY = Last Year’s United States Sales for the month, US vs LY = The Year on Year Growth Rate, YTD = United States Sales Year to Date, YTD LY = Last Year’s United States Year to Date Sales, YTD vs LY = The Year on Year Growth Rate.