Mitsubishi

Mitsubishi_Outlander_Sport-US-car-sales-statisticsMitsubishi as a brand is slowly starting to creep back from the hole it found itself towards the end of the 2000s, when its sales volume collapsed from 129k in 2007 to just 54k in 2009. Despite a bumpy return to growth, the brand hasn’t topped 100K sales since 2007..

However, Mitsubishi today is far from the proud brand that once gave us the Lancer Evo, Eclipse and 3000GT, as well as a string of WRC and Dakar rally wins. Instead, it features an eclectic lineup featuring the cheapest new car on the market (the hapless Mirage), a pair of kind-of-popular SUVs (Outlander and Outlander Sport), the Lancer sedan which reminds us that the brand once had sporty aspirations, and the super-unpopular i-Miev electric car. At the same time it has conceded the mainstream to its rivals, pulling the Gallant from the market and might not even replace the Lancer. Of all the brands, this is the one which most clearly lacks a purpose and a driving MO.

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

Mitsubishi
All Models
2014
Mitsubishi
All Models
2015
Mitsubishi
All Models
2016
Mitsubishi
All Models
2017
January 4.867 6.493 6.264 6.457
February 5.977 7.533 7.870 10.924
March 8.996 9.764 11.078 11.766
April 6.542 8.216 9.674 8.375
May 7.269 9.575 9.025 9.429
June 6.021 7.963 8.023 7.625
July 6.349 7.868 7.890 8.025
August 6.786 8.289 7.336 8.164
September 5.558 7.556 7.191 8.430
October 6.199 7.426 7.637
November 6.534 6.772 6.896
December 6.545 7.887 7.383

Mitsubishi
All Models
Market
Share
2016 96.267 0,55%
2015 95.342 0,55%
2014 77.643 0,47%
2013 62.227 0,40%
2012 57.790 0,40%
2011 79.020 0,62%
2010 55.683 0,48%
2009 53.986 0,52%
2008 97.257 0,73%
2007 128.993 0,80%
2006 118.558 0,72%
2005 123.995 0,73%
2004 161.609 0,96%
2003 256.810 1,54%
2002 345.915 2,10%
2001 323.706 1,90%
2000 316.496 1,80%
1999 263.464 1,60%
1998 192.785 1,20%
1997 190.978 1,30%
1996 187.126 1,20%
1995 198.059 1,25%
1994 201.004 1,51%
1993 168.202 1,29%
1992 155.580 1,31%
1991 190.801 1,54%
1990 191.017 1,50%
1989 150.476 1,13%
1988 113.492 0,71%
1987 119.816 0,78%
1986 84.418 0,48%
1985 76.453 0,50%
1984 56.741 0,39%
1983 41.994 0,29%
1982 5.260 0,00%

 

 

Use the dropdown at the top right of this page to find sales figures for the Mitsubishi i-MiEV, MirageLancerOutlander Sport, Outlander, Galant, Diamante, Eclipse, 3000GT, Endeavor, Montero, Montero Sport, Raider, Wagon, Precis and any other car model sold in the US since the early 2000’s.

 

Sources: Manufacturers, ANDC

Mitsubishi
All Models
2014
Mitsubishi
All Models
2015
Mitsubishi
All Models
2016
Mitsubishi
All Models
2017
January 4.867 6.493 6.264 6.457
February 5.977 7.533 7.870 10.924
March 8.996 9.764 11.078 11.766
April 6.542 8.216 9.674 8.375
May 7.269 9.575 9.025 9.429
June 6.021 7.963 8.023 7.625
July 6.349 7.868 7.890 8.025
August 6.786 8.289 7.336 8.164
September 5.558 7.556 7.191 8.430
October 6.199 7.426 7.637
November 6.534 6.772 6.896
December 6.545 7.887 7.383

Mitsubishi
All Models
Market
Share
2016 96.267 0,55%
2015 95.342 0,55%
2014 77.643 0,47%
2013 62.227 0,40%
2012 57.790 0,40%
2011 79.020 0,62%
2010 55.683 0,48%
2009 53.986 0,52%
2008 97.257 0,73%
2007 128.993 0,80%
2006 118.558 0,72%
2005 123.995 0,73%
2004 161.609 0,96%
2003 256.810 1,54%
2002 345.915 2,10%
2001 323.706 1,90%
2000 316.496 1,80%
1999 263.464 1,60%
1998 192.785 1,20%
1997 190.978 1,30%
1996 187.126 1,20%
1995 198.059 1,25%
1994 201.004 1,51%
1993 168.202 1,29%
1992 155.580 1,31%
1991 190.801 1,54%
1990 191.017 1,50%
1989 150.476 1,13%
1988 113.492 0,71%
1987 119.816 0,78%
1986 84.418 0,48%
1985 76.453 0,50%
1984 56.741 0,39%
1983 41.994 0,29%
1982 5.260 0,00%

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