Top 20 Best-Selling Luxury Vehicles In America for May 2018
Here you will find the top 20 Best-Selling Luxury Vehicle sales leaders in the United States for May 2018. Each month we compile the top 20 Best-Selling Luxury Vehicle sales data and reports for North American markets and analyze it to create the best selling list below.
Our Take On The Top 20 Best-Selling Luxury Vehicle Sales Numbers
The top-selling luxury passenger car in the top-20 for the US for May 2017, the Mercedes-Benz C-Class, clawed back two spaces to sit third after dropping behind the Audi Q5 in April.
That’s not to do with the C-Class increasing its sales; those fell by 22.5% year-on-year for the month.
The Q5 grew its sales by the narrowest margin seen in the last 11 months in May, 0.2%. With deliveries of its smaller stable mate, the Q3, increasing (up 5.4% year-on-year in May), could it be that the smaller luxury SUV is pinching a few sales from under the Q5’s nose?
With Audi having reported last month that for 2018 so far, its Q-badge SUVs account for around 51% of its sales, itmay not worry where the sales are coming from, as long as they keep on rolling in.
Other luxury SUVs in this month’s sales chart posted steeper growth; Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class sales grew 71.9%; BMW X3 sales were up 18.1%; two Volvos hit the top 20 with the XC90 and XC60 building on last May’s results by 30.1% and 84.9% respectively.
Meanwhile, the BMW 5-Series and Audi A4 were the only passenger cars out of the luxury top-20 to experience sales growth for the month.
Top 20 Best-Selling Luxury Vehicles Rankings
This sales table of shows the Top Luxury Vehicle 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.