2013 US Auto Sales Figures – By Model (All Vehicle Ranked)
2013 U.S. Vehicle Sales Rankings – Every Vehicle Ranked By Sales Volume
America’s ten best-selling vehicles generated one quarter of the U.S. auto industry’s new vehicle sales volume in 2013. From the Ford F-Series to the Ford Escape – with two trucks, one SUV, and five cars in between – the ten top sellers were the same ten nameplates that presided over the top of the charts in 2012. The order has changed, however. The F-Series, Silverado, Camry, and Accord are still the top four, the Ford Escape remained steady in tenth, but the Ram Pickup has risen from seventh to fifth with an 11% improvement. The Nissan Altima fell from sixth to seventh, the Honda Civic fell from fifth to sixth, the Toyota Corolla slid into ninth spot from eighth. The Honda CR-V moved up a spot into eighth.
Based on a percentage improvement scale, America’s fastest-growing nameplates have naturally ascended these rankings in an impressive fashion. The SRT Viper shot up 14 spots. The Acura RLX is 44 spots up on the Acura RL’s placement a year ago. The Porsche Cayman is America’s 220th-best-selling vehicle, up from the 251st spot a year ago.