Audi

Audi_Q5-US-car-sales-statisticsAudi is one of the fastest growing premium brands in the US, breaking its sales records for more than 60 consecutive months. And there’s still plenty of room to grow, as the worldwide best selling premium brand still lags its two German rivals and Lexus by an almost 2-to-1 ratio in US sales.

Currently all of Audi’s models for the US market are imported, but the brand will open its first North American assembly plant in Pueblo, Mexico the second half of 2016, where the Q5 SUV will be produced.

The Q5 midsized crossover is Audi’s best selling model in the United States, while the soon-to-be-replaced A4 midsized car is traditionally the most popular sedan in the line-up, but this year the A3 compact sedan has taken that title.

Audi
All models
2014
Audi
All models
2015
Audi
All models
2016
Audi
All models
2017
January 10.101 11.541 11.850 13.201
February 10.881 11.455 11.718 13.741
March 14.246 17.102 18.392 18.705
April 15.653 16.827 17.801
May 16.601 18.428 18.728
June 16.867 18.262 18.445
July 14.616 17.654 18.364
August 17.101 18.794 19.264
September 14.917 17.340 17.617
October 15.150 17.700 17.721
November 16.640 16.700 17.118
December 19.238 20.399 23.195

Audi
All models
Market
Share
2016 210.213 1,20%
2015 202.202 1,16%
2014 182.011 1,10%
2013 158.061 1,01%
2012 139.310 0,97%
2011 117.561 0,92%
2010 101.629 0,88%
2009 82.716 0,79%
2008 87.760 0,66%
2007 93.506 0,58%
2006 80.113 0,48%
2005 83.066 0,49%
2004 30.749 0,18%
2003 35.378 0,21%
2002 85.726 0,50%
2001 83.283 0,50%
2000 80.372 0,50%
1999 65.959 0,40%
1998 47.517 0,30%
1997 34.160 0,20%
1996 27.349 0,20%
1995 34.232 0,11%
1994 36.695 0,08%
1993 39.158 0,09%
1992 41.621 0,11%
1991 44.085 0,10%
1990 46.548 0,17%
1989 49.011 0,16%
1988 51.474 0,14%
1987 41.322 0,27%
1986 59.798 0,34%
1985 74.061 0,48%
1984 71.206 0,50%
1983 47.934 0,34%
1982 42.662 0,40%
1981 47.234 0,44%
1980 41.274 0,36%
1979 42.709 0,30%
1978 40.882 0,27%
1977 35.849 0,24%
1976 33.316 0,25%
1975 50.680 0,46%
1974 50.437 0,44%
1973 46.136 0,32%
1972 28.631 0,21%
1971 20.604 0,17%
1970 7.691 0,08%

 

Also find Audi sales in Europe and Audi China sales figures.

Use the dropdown at the top right of this page to find sales figures for the Audi A3, A4, A5, A6, A7, A8, TT, R8, A4 Allroad, Q3, Q5, Q7, Allroad Quattro, 80/90, Cabriolet, 4000, Coupe, Quattro, Fox, 100, 5000, V8 and any other car model sold in the US since the early 2000’s.

 

 

Sources: Manufacturers, ANDC

 

Audi
All models
2014
Audi
All models
2015
Audi
All models
2016
Audi
All models
2017
January 10.101 11.541 11.850 13.201
February 10.881 11.455 11.718 13.741
March 14.246 17.102 18.392 18.705
April 15.653 16.827 17.801
May 16.601 18.428 18.728
June 16.867 18.262 18.445
July 14.616 17.654 18.364
August 17.101 18.794 19.264
September 14.917 17.340 17.617
October 15.150 17.700 17.721
November 16.640 16.700 17.118
December 19.238 20.399 23.195

Audi
All models
Market
Share
2016 210.213 1,20%
2015 202.202 1,16%
2014 182.011 1,10%
2013 158.061 1,01%
2012 139.310 0,97%
2011 117.561 0,92%
2010 101.629 0,88%
2009 82.716 0,79%
2008 87.760 0,66%
2007 93.506 0,58%
2006 80.113 0,48%
2005 83.066 0,49%
2004 30.749 0,18%
2003 35.378 0,21%
2002 85.726 0,50%
2001 83.283 0,50%
2000 80.372 0,50%
1999 65.959 0,40%
1998 47.517 0,30%
1997 34.160 0,20%
1996 27.349 0,20%
1995 34.232 0,11%
1994 36.695 0,08%
1993 39.158 0,09%
1992 41.621 0,11%
1991 44.085 0,10%
1990 46.548 0,17%
1989 49.011 0,16%
1988 51.474 0,14%
1987 41.322 0,27%
1986 59.798 0,34%
1985 74.061 0,48%
1984 71.206 0,50%
1983 47.934 0,34%
1982 42.662 0,40%
1981 47.234 0,44%
1980 41.274 0,36%
1979 42.709 0,30%
1978 40.882 0,27%
1977 35.849 0,24%
1976 33.316 0,25%
1975 50.680 0,46%
1974 50.437 0,44%
1973 46.136 0,32%
1972 28.631 0,21%
1971 20.604 0,17%
1970 7.691 0,08%

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