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2014 US Auto Sales Figures – By Brand (Brand Rankings)

2014 U.S. Automotive Sales by Brand – The Best-Selling Automotive Brands By Sales Volume

The first record reported belonged to Nissan, which despite disappointing Infiniti figures, recorded record Nissan Group and record Nissan division sales in calendar year 2014. U.S. sales of the Altima, Rogue, Versa, Juke, and Leaf all rose to new highs, as well.

The Chrysler Group’s (FCA US’s) 16% improvement was powered in large part by Jeep and Ram as the contributions from Alfa Romeo, Fiat, and Chrysler were small, while Dodge sales decreased. Honda sales were basically flat, but encouraging signs from Acura late in the year and steadily improving CR-V volume lifted spirits. Cadillac sales slid 6.5% in 2014, but GM’s other three brands posted meaningful improvements. At the Ford Motor Company, sales declined slightly in 2014 as the F-Series pickup line aged and declined modestly and cars dropped more sharply. Toyota ended the year on a high note with best-ever Lexus sales, and the calendar year as a whole was certainly not unkind to the world’s largest automaker.

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