2013 Ford C-Max Hybrid SEL Ruby Red

American car buyers have registered more than 13 million new vehicles since January 1, 2012. The best-selling truck, best-selling car, best-selling SUV, and best-selling minivan account for 10.1% of those 13.1 million new vehicle sales. The 261 other nameplates in this exhaustive list account for the remaining 89.9%.

2013 Honda Civic sedan Crimson Pearl
U.S. Civic Sales Were Up 42% Before
Honda Released This Updated 2013 Model

There is yet more data to come relating to hybrids and diesel and electric powertrains (some of which has already been added). For now, every ounce of available information supplied by the manufacturers as it relates to these 265 vehicles has been posted in the table below. 

This is where you’ll see that 2.4% of all the Honda Civics sold in 2012 have been hybrids; that 13.8% of all the Volkswagen Jettas sold have been SportWagens; that 16.1% of all Subaru Impreza sales are of the WRX variety; that the Allroad accounts for 7.7% of Audi A4 sales; that Mitsubishi managed to find 449 Eclipse Spyder buyers in the first eleven months of 2012; and that more than out of every ten Ford Taurus sales ends up as a Police Interceptor.

2013 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT LeMans Red
Mercedes-Benz’s U.S. Dealers Have Sold 251 More SLS AMGs In
2012 Than Mitsubishi’s U.S. Dealers Have Sold All-Electric i MiEVs

But there’s much more to this list than bodystyle breakdowns. In 241st spot, the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG is just eleven sales ahead of the Audi R8. Despite the praise heaped upon modern subcompacts and their increasing popularity, the highest-ranked car in the class is only America’s 40th-best-selling vehicle. Yes, five pickup trucks sell more often than the most popular subcompact. Not to mention the sub-subcompacts, often referred to as city cars. The Chevrolet Spark sits in 165th, the smart fortwo ranks 176th, and the Scion iQ is in 181st. Throw the Mini Cooper and Fiat 500 in that group and city cars still don’t rank any better than 85th and 86th, respectively. Yes, the 500, with two bodystyles, is now just 814 sales behind the Mini, a five-strong product line.

2013 Chrysler 200 S Deep Cherry Red
The Chrysler 200 Was Booted From
The Top 30 By The Honda Odyssey

The biggest moves up from their October rankings were completed by the Cadillac ATS (+14), Subaru XV Crosstrek (+12), BMW X1 (+11), Dodge Dart (+10), Cadillac XTS (+6), and the Chevrolet Spark (+6). Oh, and don’t forget the Ford C-Max, which ranked 210th through ten months (having only been on sale at that point for two months) but ended November as the 177th-best-selling vehicle in America. That’s a jump of 33 positions, a jump enabled by the C-Max’s 4848-unit November.

Detailed monthly and yearly sales sales figures for each and every currently-sold automobile can be accessed through GCBC’s Sales Stats page. It’s a free service. You’re welcome. 

2013 Kia Rio 5-Door Signal Red
The Kia Rio Moved Up From 91st To 88th
In November, Right Behind The VW Golf

Monthly best seller posts are always updated as soon as possible – links to those posts are available at the Best Sellers page. 

You’ll find other key links at The Tally, where all sorts of things are… tallied. 

And we’re less than three weeks away from the reveal of 2013’s The Good 12 and The Bad 8. GCBC Awards have nothing to do with sales, but you’ll find out more about the author’s automotive tastes.

For now, you can click past the top 30 or start perusing this lengthy list at the very top. Every vehicle is ranked by year-to-date U.S. sales volume. Use your Command+F or Cntrl+F function to search for a specific model. As soon as GoodCarBadCar has access to date for vehicles like the Camry Hybrid and Jetta TDI, such numbers will be added.

Rank
Vehicle
November
2012 YTD
November
2011 YTD
% Change
#1
Ford F-Series
576,529 516,639 + 11.6%
#2
Toyota Camry
373,479 275,004 + 35.8%
* Camry
332,266 267,560 + 24.2%

* Camry Hybrid
41,213 7444 + 454%
#3
Chevrolet Silverado
367,613 367,343 + 0.1%
* Silverado
367,191 366,537 + 0.2%

* Silverado Hybrid
422 806 – 47.6%
#4
Honda Accord
302,444 217,958 + 38.8%
#5
Honda Civic
284,791 200,690 + 41.9%
Civic
278,147 196,552 + 41.5%

Civic Hybrid
6644 4138 + 60.6%
#6
Nissan Altima
278,968 243,005 + 14.8%
* Altima
278,865 239,703 + 16.3%

* Altima Hybrid
103 3302 – 96.8%
#7
Toyota Corolla/Matrix
266,268 219,250 + 21.4%
#8
Dodge Ram
263,152 218,749 + 20.3%
#9
Honda CR-V
255,919 196,787 + 30.0%
#10
Ford Escape
240,877 228,719 + 5.3%
* Escape
239,518 219,710 + 9.0%

* Escape Hybrid
1359 9009 – 84.9%
#11
Ford Focus
223,318 161,436 + 38.3%
* Focus
222,800 —– —–

* Focus EV
518 —– —–
#12
Ford Fusion
221,980 226,445 – 2.0%
* Fusion
211,124 216,047 – 2.3%

* Fusion Hybrid
10,856 10,398 + 4.4%
#13
Toyota Prius
216,619 119,459 + 81.3%
Prius & Prius V
172,689 119,459 + 44.6%

Prius C
32,562 —– —–

Prius Plug-In
11,368 —– —–
#14
Chevrolet Cruze
216,528 215,057 + 0.7%
#15
Hyundai Sonata
209,779 208,621 + 0.6%
* Sonata
190,899 190,855 + 0.02%

* Sonata Hybrid
18,880 17,766 + 6.3%
#16
Chevrolet Malibu
199,321 191,774 + 3.9%
* Malibu
184,038 191,750 + 4.0%

* Malibu Hybrid
15,283 24 + 63,579%
#17
Chevrolet Equinox
199,070 175,079 + 13.7%
#18
Hyundai Elantra
183,010 173,336 + 5.6%
#19
Chevrolet Impala
159,710 160,955 – 0.8%
#20
Toyota RAV4
157,526 118,130 + 33.3%
* RAV4
157,386 118,130 + 33.2%

* RAV4 EV
140 —– —–
#21
Volkswagen Jetta
154,763 162,938 – 5.0%
Jetta Sedan
133,376 138,093 – 3.4%

Jetta SportWagen
21,387 24,845 – 13.9%

* Jetta Sedan/Wagon 2.5 & GLI
110,010 114,936 – 4.3%

* Jetta Sedan & Wagon TDI
44,753 48,002 – 6.8%
#22
Ford Explorer
146,963 121,832 + 20.6%
Explorer
141,649 121,832 + 16.3%

Explorer Police Interceptor
5314 —– —–
#23
Kia Optima
140,391 73,886 + 90.0%
* Optima
131,058 n/a n/a

* Optima Hybrid
9333 n/a n/a 
#24
GMC Sierra
138,475 132,675 + 4.4%
* Sierra
138,149 132,521 + 4.2%

* Sierra Hybrid
326 154 + 112%
#25
Jeep Grand Cherokee
137,613 110,398 + 24.7%
#26
Nissan Rogue
130,861 112,257 + 16.6%
#27
Jeep Wrangler
130,124 111,045 + 17.2%
#28
Toyota Tacoma
127,335 98,565 + 29.2%
#29
Dodge Grand Caravan
127,308 98,983 + 28.6%
#30
Honda Odyssey
116,854 95,579 + 22.3%

Source: Manufacturers, ANDC & HybridCars.com
Red font indicates year-over-year declining sales
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Rank
Vehicle
November
2012 YTD
November
2011 YTD
% Change
#31
Chrysler 200
116,396 80,200 + 45.1%
200
116,396 77,820 + 49.6%

Sebring
—– 2380 – 100%
#32
Ford Edge
115,535 109,625 + 5.4%
#33
Mazda 3
113,064 93,153 + 21.4%
#34
Toyota Highlander
108,864 89,475 + 21.7%
* Highlander
103,531 85,489 + 21.1%

* Highlander Hybrid
5333 3986 + 33.8%
#35
Kia Sorento
108,630 119,572 – 9.2%
#36
Kia Soul
108,601 92,643 + 17.2%
#37
Subaru Outback
105,481 90,975 + 15.9%
#38
Toyota Sienna
103,840 99,865 + 4.0%
#39
Honda Pilot
103,482 104,656 – 1.1%
#40
Nissan Versa
102,709 89,791 + 14.4%
#41
Volkswagen Passat
102,561 15,951 + 543%
Passat Sedan
102,561 15,895 + 545%

* Passat
78,716 12,941 + 508%

* Passat TDI
23,845 2954 + 707%

Passat Wagon
—– 56 – 100%
#42
Chrysler Town & Country
102,486 84,701 + 21.0%
#43
Nissan Sentra
98,640 106,281 – 7.2%
#44
Toyota Tundra
91,367 73,866 + 23.7%
#45
Dodge Avenger
89,508 57,807 + 54.8%
#46
BMW 3-Series
88,857 85,882 + 3.5%
* 3-Series
87,887 82,639 + 6.4%

* 335d
712 3243 – 78.0%

* ActiveHybrid 3
258 —– —–
#47
GMC Terrain
86,270 75,455 + 14.3%
#48
Lexus RX
82,847 71,087 + 16.5%
* RX350
72,018 61,597 + 16.9%

* RX450h
10,829 9490 + 14.1%
#49
Chevrolet Camaro
78,554 81,495 – 3.6%
#50
Chevrolet Traverse
78,176 97,805 – 20.1%
#51
Ford Mustang
77,458 65,381 + 18.5%
#52
Chevrolet Sonic/Aveo
75,321 38,612 + 95.1%
Sonic
75,257 10,035 + 650%

Aveo
64 28,577 – 99.78%
#53
Dodge Charger
74,725 62,878 + 18.8%
#54
Subaru Impreza
74,294 34,475 + 116%
Impreza
62,312 21,927 + 184%

Impreza WRX
11,982 12,548 – 4.5%
#55
Mercedes-Benz C-Class
73,941 61,570 + 20.1%
#56
GMC Acadia
73,101 71,933 + 1.6%
#57
Jeep Liberty
71,975 60,523 + 18.9%
#58
Dodge Journey
71,875 50,445 + 42.5%
#59
Kia Forte
71,405 71,565 – 0.2%
#60
Subaru Forester
67,583 67,595 – 0.02%
#61
Ford Taurus
67,471 57,876 + 16.6%
Taurus
59,907 57,876 + 3.5%

Taurus Police Interceptor
7564 —– —–
#62
Hyundai Santa Fe
63,737 69,309 – 8.0%
#63
Chrysler 300
63,572 31,143 + 104%
#64
Chevrolet Tahoe
60,302 72,097 – 16.4%
* Tahoe
59,838 71,618 – 16.4%

* Tahoe Hybrid
464 479 – 3.1%
#65
Mercedes-Benz E-Class
58,187 57,435 + 1.3%
* E-Class
56,083 54,855 + 2.2%

* E-Class BlueTec
2104 2580 – 18.4%
#66
Hyundai Accent
58,071 50,285 + 15.5%
#67
Jeep Patriot
57,444 50,247 + 14.3%
#68
Nissan Maxima
55,212 53,669 + 2.9%
#69
Infiniti G
54,328 51,715 + 5.1%
G Sedan
42,346 38,360 + 10.4%

G Coupe & Convertible
11,982 13,355 – 10.3%
#70
Buick LaCrosse
53,002 53,114 – 0.2%
* LaCrosse
41,811 52,295 – 20.0%

* LaCrosse eAssist
11,191 819 + 1266%
#71
Nissan Frontier
51,747 46,074 + 12.3%
#72
Ford Fiesta
51,163 64,901 – 21.2%
#73
Cadillac SRX
51,085 49,581 + 3.0%
#74
Buick Enclave
50,651 52,837 – 4.1%
#75
BMW 5-Series
48,413 46,604 + 3.9%
* 5-Series
48,067 46,604 + 3.1%

* ActiveHybrid 5
346 —– —–
#76
Lexus ES
48,171 35,991 + 33.8%
* ES350
42,996 —– —–

* ES300h
5175 —– —–
#77
Nissan Murano
47,676 48,153 – 1.0%
#78
Acura MDX
45,785 38,683 + 18.4%
#79
Honda Fit
45,666 54,097 – 15.6%
Fit
45,618 54,097 – 15.7%

Fit EV
48 —– —–
#80
Hyundai Tucson
45,133 42,774 + 5.5%
#81
Cadillac CTS
43,607 49,622 – 12.1%
#82
Toyota 4Runner
43,531 39,916 + 9.1%
#83
Subaru Legacy
42,910 37,776 + 13.6%
#84
Chevrolet Suburban
42,160 43,497 – 3.1%
#85
Mini Cooper
40,879 37,098 + 10.2%
Hardtop
26,267 25,305 + 3.8%

Clubman
5324 6428 – 17.2%

Convertible
4488 4665 – 3.8%

Coupe
2702 700 + 286%

Roadster
2098 —– —–
#86
Fiat 500
40,065 17,444 + 130%
#87
Dodge Challenger
39,177 36,250 + 8.1%
#88
BMW X5
38,723 34,540 + 12.1%
* X5
30,469 28,192 + 8.1%

* X5 xDriv335d
8254 6258 + 47.9%
#89
Toyota Venza
38,672 35,767 + 8.1%
#90
Volkswagen Golf
38,031 31,963 + 19.0%
GTI
15,229 15,535 – 2.0%

* Golf 2.5
9821 7459 + 31.7%

* Golf TDI
9379 8969 + 4.6%

Golf R
3602 —– —–
#91
Kia Rio
37,932 17,956 + 111%
#92
Dodge Durango
37,373 46,891 – 20.3%
#93
Mazda CX-5
37,363 —– —–
#94
Jeep Compass
37,104 43,454 – 14.6%
#95
Buick Verano
36,222 4 + 905,450%
#96
Chevrolet Colorado
35,547 28,056 + 26.7%
#97
Audi A4
34,724 31,512 + 10.2%
A4
32,044 31,512 + 1.7%

A4 Allroad
2680 —– —–
#98
Nissan Pathfinder
34,682 23,272 + 49.0%
#99
Kia Sportage
34,661 43,846 – 20.9%
#100
Chevrolet Captiva Sport
34,228 5055 + 577%
#101
Ford Expedition
34,001 36,287 – 6.3%
#102
Mercedes-Benz M-Class
33,860 30,522 + 10.9%
* M-Class
29,038 26,269 + 10.5%

* M-Class BlueTec
4802 4252 + 12.9%

* M-Class Hybrid
20 1 + 1900%
#103
Nissan Juke
33,619 32,858 + 2.3%
#104
Hyundai Veloster
32,886 7096 + 363%
#105
Mazda 6
32,372 30,528 + 3.4%
#106
Hyundai Genesis
31,576 30,528 + 3.4%
#107
Acura TL
31,326 27,954 + 12.1%
#108
BMW X3
30,011 24,261 + 23.7%
#109
Toyota Yaris
28,591 28,190 + 1.4%
#110
Volkswagen Tiguan
28,421 23,587 + 20.5%
#111
Acura TSX
26,723 27,389 – 2.4%
TSX
22,903 24,474 – 6.4%

TSX Sport Wagon
3820 2915 + 31.0%
#112
Lincoln MKZ
26,423 25,094 + 5.3%
* MKZ
20,677 19,789 + 4.5%

* MKZ Hybrid
5746 5305 + 8.3%
#113
Mercedes-Benz GLK
26,360 21,964 + 20.0%
#114
Ford Flex
26,052 25,175 + 3.5%
#115
Volkswagen Beetle
25,992 4937 + 426%
Beetle
25,988 4096 + 534%

Beetle Convertible
4 841 – 99.5%
#116
Acura RDX
25,496 13,620 + 87.2%
#117
Lexus IS
25,211 26,040 – 3.2%
#118
Audi Q5
25,045 22,571 + 11.0%
* Q5
24,897 22,571 + 10.3%

* Q5 Hybrid
148 —– —–
#119
Toyota Avalon
24,385 25,695 – 5.1%
#120
GMC Yukon
23,876 30,282 – 21.2%
* Yukon
23,381 29,733 – 21.4%

* Yukon Hybrid
495 549 – 9.8%
#121
Buick Regal
23,090 37,058 – 37.7%
* Regal
20,707 37,021 – 44.1%

* Regal eAssist
2383 37 + 6341%
#122
Mercedes-Benz GL-Class
22,931 22,561 + 1.6%
* GL-Class
17,197 17,352 – 0.9%

* GL-Class BlueTec
5734 5209 + 10.1%
#123
Lincoln MKX
22,490 20,714 + 8.6%
#124
Scion tC
21,283 20,846 + 2.1%
#125
Chevrolet Avalanche
21,258 17,542 + 21.2%
#126
Mazda CX-9
21,089 30,215 – 30.2%
#127
Volvo S60
21,012 19,331 + 8.7%
#128
Chevrolet Volt
20,828 6142 + 239%
#129
GMC Yukon XL
20,498 22,051 – 7.0%
#130
Cadillac Escalade
20,078 22,232 – 14.7%
Escalade
11,244 13,189 – 14.7%

Escalade ESV
7156 7269 – 1.6%

Escalade EXT
1678 1774 – 5.4%

* Escalade Hybrid
618 740 – 16.5%
#131
Nissan Titan
19,738 19,608 + 0.7%
#132
Volkswagen CC
19,450 27,052 – 28.1%
#133
Lexus GS
19,364 3552 + 445%
* GS
18,809 3303 + 469%

* GS450h
555 249 + 123%
#134
Ford Ranger
19,248 64,114 – 70.0%
#135
Dodge Dart
19,198 —– —–
#136
Infiniti JX35
18,966 —– —–
#137
Mini Countryman
18,788 14,702 + 27.8%
#138
Honda Crosstour
18,665 16,679 + 11.9%
#139
Scion xB
18,396 15,573 + 18.1%
#140
Volvo XC60
17,379 11,804 + 47.2%
#141
Audi A6
17,123 9269 + 84.7%
#142
Nissan Quest
17,075 10,425 + 63.8%
#143
Kia Sedona
16,801 22,182 – 24.3%
#144
Mazda 2
16,348 12,610 + 29.6%
#145
Mitsubishi Outlander Sport
16,321 14,909 + 9.5%
#146
Lexus CT200h
16,075 12,122 + 32.6%
#147
Nissan Armada
15,938 16,374 – 2.7%
#148
Nissan Xterra
15,843 16,233 – 2.5%
#149
Audi A5
15,698 14,112 + 11.2%
#150
Mitsubishi Lancer
15,125 18,325 – 17.5%
#151
Land Rover Range Rover Sport
14,488 13,512 + 7.2%
#152
Porsche Cayenne
13,980 12,148 + 15.15
* Cayenne
11,661 10,666 + 9.3%

* Cayenne Diesel
1223 —– —–

* Cayenne Hybrid
1096 1482 – 26.0%
#153
Infiniti QX56
13,078 11,693 + 11.8%
#154
Mitsubishi Galant
12,962 15,032 – 13.8%
#155
Chevrolet Covette
12,841 12,126 + 5.9%
#156
Honda Ridgeline
12,515 8291 + 50.9%
#157
Toyota FJ Cruiser
12,145 12,441 – 2.4%
#158
Cadillac XTS
12,110 —– —–
#159
Suzuki SX4
11,809 11,189 + 5.5%
#160
Mazda 5
11,738 17,949 – 34.6%
#161
Toyota Sequoia
11,618 11,100 + 4.7%
#162
Mazda CX-7
11,327 32,940 – 65.6%
#163
Lincoln MKS
11,174 10,841 + 3.1%
#164
Mercedes-Benz S-Class
10,684 11,185 – 4.5%
* S-Class
9839 10,752 – 9.3%

* S-Class BlueTec
734 161 + 356%

* S-Class Hybrid
111 272 – 59.2%
#165
Chevrolet Spark
10,156 —– —–
#166
Dodge Caliber
10,145 33,632 – 69.8%
#167
Scion xD
10,079 8693 + 15.9%
#168
Volkswagen Routan
9923 11,940 – 16.9%
#169
Scion FR-S
9922 —– —–
#170
Acura ILX
9766 —– —–
ILX
8913 —– —–

ILX Hybrid
853 —– —–
#171
BMW 7-Series
9676 10,080 – 4.0%
* 7-Series
9449 9793 – 3.5%

* ActiveHybrid 7
227 287 – 20.9%
#172
Lexus GX460
9632 10,390 – 7.3%
#173
Audi Q7
9515 8079 + 17.8%
* Q7
6584 4667 + 41.1%

* Q7 TDI
2931 3412 – 14.1%
#174
Infiniti FX
9436 8843 + 6.7%
#175
Volkswagen Touareg
9145 6418 + 42.5%
* Touareg
4600 3015 + 52.6%

* Touareg TDI
4313 3042 + 41.8%

* Touareg Hybrid
232 361 – 35.7%
#176
smart fortwo
9013 4498 + 100%
* fortwo
8874 4292 + 107%

* fortwo EV
139 206 – 32.5%
#177
Ford C-Max
8999 —– —–
* C-Max Hybrid
7596 —– —–

* C-Max Energi
1403 —– —–
#178
Volvo XC90
8640 9714 – 11.1%
#179
GMC Canyon
8420 8874 – 5.1%
#180
Nissan Leaf
8330 8720 – 4.5%
#181
Scion iQ
8303 —– —–
#182
Infiniti M
8281 9734 – 14.9%
* M37/M56
7666 9410 – 18.5%

* M Hybrid
615 324 + 89.8%
#183
Hyundai Veracruz
8174 8603 – 5.0%
#184
Porsche 911
8009 5593 + 43.2%
#185
Land Rover Range Rover Evoque
7784 1490 + 422%
#186
Audi A7
7672 5383 + 42.5%
#187
Hyundai Azera
7584 1506 + 404%
#188
Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class
7362 5027 + 46.4%
#189
Lincoln Navigator
7289 7009 + 4.0%
#190
BMW 6-Series
7171 3180 +126%
#191
Porsche Panamera
7131 6403 + 11.4%
* Panamera
6607 6377 + 3.6%

* Panamera Hybrid
524 26 + 1915%
#192
Mitsubishi Outlander
7112 8844 – 19.6%
#193
Nissan Cube
7078 14,053 – 49.6%
#194
Lexus LS
7059 8512 – 17.1%
* LS460
7011 8437 – 16.9%

* LS600hL
48 75 – 36.0%
T195
Nissan 370Z
6932 6879 + 0.8%
T195
BMW 1-Series
6932 7915 – 12.4%
* 1-Series
6261 7915 – 20.9%

* ActiveE
671 —– —–
#197
Land Rover Range Rover
6809 8791 – 22.5%
#198
Audi A3
6808 5926 + 14.9%

* A3 TDI
3639 3282 + 10.9%
* A3
3169 2644 + 19.9%
#199
Land Rover LR4
6542 7169 – 8.7%
#200
Lincoln MKT
6441 4450 + 44.7%
#201
BMW X1
6141 —– —–
#202
Mazda MX-5 Miata
5911 5335 + 10.8%
#203
Volkswagen Eos
5842 7115 – 17.9%
#204
BMW X6
5710 5431 + 5.1%
* X6
5705 5391 + 5.8%

* ActiveHybrid X6
5 40 – 87.5%
#205
Honda Insight
5536 14,859 – 62.7%
#206
Suzuki Kizashi
5204 6345 – 18.0%
#207
Audi A8
5102 5022 + 1.6%
#208
Jaguar XF
4999 4702 + 6.3%
#209
Volvo XC70
4995 5119 – 2.4%
#210
Suzuki Grand Vitara
4616 4509 + 2.4%
#211
Lexus LX570
4511 2843 + 58.7%
#212
Jaguar XJ
4463 4851 – 8.0%
#213
Mercedes-Benz SL-Class
4396 1350 + 226%
#214
Volvo C70
4233 4659 – 9.1%
#215
Mercedes-Benz SLK
4150 2954 + 40.5%
#216
Cadillac ATS
4029 —– —–
#217
Subaru XV Crosstrek
3987 —– —–
#218
Honda CR-Z
3949 10,766 – 63.3%
#219
Ford Crown Victoria
3883 45,932 – 91.5%
#220
Subaru BRZ
3647 —– —–
#221
Hyundai Equus
3622 2868 + 26.3%
#222
Chevrolet Caprice PPV
3489 781 + 347%
#223
Dodge Nitro
3269 22,445 – 85.4%
#224
Infiniti EX
3161 5486 – 42.4%
#225
Volvo S80
3070 4523 – 32.1%
#226
Land Rover LR2
2867 2394 + 19.8%
#227
Volvo C30
2587 3207 – 19.3%
#228
Toyota Land Cruiser
2579 1497 + 72.3%
#229
Porsche Boxster
2519 1735 + 45.2%
#230
BMW Z4
2427 3180 – 23.7%
#231
Audi TT
2031 2020 + 0.5%
#232
Subaru Tribeca
1886 2467 – 23.6%
#233
Suzuki Equator
1772 1963 – 9.7%
#234
Jaguar XK
1500 1566 – 4.2%
#235
Mercedes-Benz R-Class
1464 2241 – 34.7%
* R-Class
1100 1791 – 38.6%

* R-Class BlueTec
364 450 – 19.1%
#236
Mercedes-Benz G-Class
1162 1136 + 2.3%
#237
Mitsubishi Eclipse
1153 7381 – 84.4%
Eclipse
704 4341 – 83.8%

Eclipse Spyder
449 3040 – 85.2%
#238
Nissan GT-R
1139 1259 – 9.5%
#239
Buick Lucerne
970 19,646 – 95.1%
#240
Lincoln Town Car
949 9132 – 89.6%
#241
Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG
762 636 + 19.8%
#242
Audi R8
751 1012 – 25.8%
#243
Acura ZDX
725 1478 – 50.9%
#244
Mercedes-Benz CL-Class
652 886 – 26.4%
#245
Lexus HS250h
647 2590 – 75.0%
#246
Mitsubishi i MiEV
511 4 + 12,675%
#247
Mazda Tribute
503 2494 – 79.8%
* Tribute
413 2046 – 79.8%

* Tribute Hybrid
90 448 – 79.9%
#248
Mitsubishi Endeavor
493 9493 – 94.8%
#249
Dodge Dakota
490 11,748 – 95.8%
#250
Cadillac DTS
465 11,423 – 95.9%
#251
Porsche Cayman
452 1310 – 65.5%
#252
Acura RL
361 1046 – 65.5%
#253
Cadillac STS
160 3260 – 95.1%
#254
Mazda RX-8
80 733 – 89.1%
#255
Volvo S40
51 2964 – 98.3%
#256
Lexus LFA
40 52 – 23.1%
#257
Chevrolet HHR
21 36,862 – 99.9%
#258
Dodge Viper
20 161 – 87.6%
#259
Chevrolet Cobalt
11 851 – 98.7%
#260
Suzuki XL7
10 45 – 77.8%
#261
Mercedes-Benz B-Class
7 19 – 63.2%
#262
Honda FCX
5 2 + 150%
#263
Honda Element
3 11,518 – 99.97%
#264
Lexus SC430
2 18 – 88.9%
#265
Suzuki Forenza/Reno
1 1 0.0%
Total
12,871,673 11,304,458 + 13.9%
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264,633 230,738 + 14.7%
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Overall Market
13,136,306 11,535,196 + 13.9%

Source: Manufacturers & ANDC
Red font indicates year-over-year declining sales 
Italicized unranked lines are nothing more than available breakdowns, already included in the model’s total, not in addition to the model’s total. Sales data for brands such as Aston Martin, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Lotus, Maybach, Rolls-Royce etc. are unfortunately not broken down by model. estimates say sales for those brands through November were 748, 1650, 440, 221, 42, and 352, respectively. HybridCars.com estimates that Tesla Model S sales totalled 1500 units through eleven months. Total Maserati and Bentley volume is reported, but not by specific models.
* = unconfirmed by manufacturer’s monthly report

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