Chevrolet

Chevrolet_Silverado-US-car-sales-statisticsChevrolet is the biggest of General Motors’ four remaining brands and battling with Toyota for second place behind Ford as most popular brand in the United States by volume. It’s products range from the small citycar Spark to the plug-in hybrid Volt and the full-fledged sports car Corvette and from the small crossover Trax to the full-sized SUV Suburban and of course the full-sized pick-up truck Silverado.

Chevrolet produces most of its cars and SUVs for the US market in North America, with the exception of the Caprice and SS large sedans, which are imported from GM’s soon-to-be-shuttered Holden factory in Australia, and the Spark minicar, which is produced in GM’s former Daewoo factory in South Korea.

The Chevrolet Silverado full-sized pick-up truck has been the best selling model for the brand in the United States for decades, while the Cruze compact car is its most popular sedan and the Equinox compact crossover its best selling crossover.

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

 

Chevrolet
All Models
2012
Chevrolet
All Models
2013
Chevrolet
All Models
2014
Chevrolet
All Models
2015
Chevrolet
All Models
2016
January 123.864 137.304 119.089 142.882 137.803
February 151.197 158.541 153.913 159.788 158.644
March 173.073 173.859 179.681 173.886 176.283
April 155.487 172.460 181.648 187.837 183.442
May 177.943 179.510 205.010 207.970 169.331
June 180.098 193.460 188.567 181.256 181.387
July 138.942 162.670 175.155 188.790 178.820
August 169.978 187.740 185.930 183.098 175.965
September 149.801 127.785 153.873 169.675 170.237
October 135.305 155.214 155.965 183.464 181.964
November 128.867 145.089 149.673 156.907 169.675
December 167.091 153.493 184.938 188.794 212.959

Chevrolet
All Models
Market
Share
2016 2.096.508 11,95%
2015 2.125.347 12,17%
2014 2.033.442 12,30%
2013 1.947.125 12,50%
2012 1.851.646 12,78%
2011 1.775.802 13,90%
2010 1.563.881 13,49%
2009 1.338.612 12,83%
2008 1.790.519 13,52%
2007 2.250.352 13,93%
2006 2.396.532 14,47%
2005 2.651.124 15,60%
2004 2.748.365 16,25%
2003 2.641.586 15,84%
2002 2.642.786 15,70%
2001 2.689.954 15,70%
2000 2.615.884 15,10%
1999 2.610.324 15,50%
1998 2.426.530 15,60%
1997 2.484.945 16,40%
1996 2.541.773 16,80%

 

Use the dropdown at the top right of this page to find sales figures for the Chevrolet Spark, Sonic, Cruze, Bolt EV, Volt, Malibu, Impala, Caprice PPV, SS, Camaro, Corvette, Trax, Equinox, Traverse, Tahoe, Suburban, Colorado, Silverado, City Express, Express Van, Aveo, Cavalier, Cobalt, Monte Carlo, HHR, SSR, Captiva Sport, Avalanche, S-10, Blazer, Trailblazer, Tracker, Venture, Uplander, Astro, Metro, Spectrum, Prizm, Lumina, Geo Storm and any other car model sold in the US since the early 2000’s.

 

Sources: Manufacturers, ANDC

 

Chevrolet
All Models
2012
Chevrolet
All Models
2013
Chevrolet
All Models
2014
Chevrolet
All Models
2015
Chevrolet
All Models
2016
January 123.864 137.304 119.089 142.882 137.803
February 151.197 158.541 153.913 159.788 158.644
March 173.073 173.859 179.681 173.886 176.283
April 155.487 172.460 181.648 187.837 183.442
May 177.943 179.510 205.010 207.970 169.331
June 180.098 193.460 188.567 181.256 181.387
July 138.942 162.670 175.155 188.790 178.820
August 169.978 187.740 185.930 183.098 175.965
September 149.801 127.785 153.873 169.675 170.237
October 135.305 155.214 155.965 183.464 181.964
November 128.867 145.089 149.673 156.907 169.675
December 167.091 153.493 184.938 188.794 212.959

Chevrolet
All Models
Market
Share
2016 2.096.508 11,95%
2015 2.125.347 12,17%
2014 2.033.442 12,30%
2013 1.947.125 12,50%
2012 1.851.646 12,78%
2011 1.775.802 13,90%
2010 1.563.881 13,49%
2009 1.338.612 12,83%
2008 1.790.519 13,52%
2007 2.250.352 13,93%
2006 2.396.532 14,47%
2005 2.651.124 15,60%
2004 2.748.365 16,25%
2003 2.641.586 15,84%
2002 2.642.786 15,70%
2001 2.689.954 15,70%
2000 2.615.884 15,10%
1999 2.610.324 15,50%
1998 2.426.530 15,60%
1997 2.484.945 16,40%
1996 2.541.773 16,80%

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