US sales: March 2017, models

US-sales-March-2017-compact_crossover-segmentAfter discussing the US auto brand sales ranking for March, let’s take a closer look at the models ranking. If the top-3 is traditionally pretty stable, in March the RAM Pickup outsold its rival Chevrolet Silverado for only the second time in 36 months as sales of the latter dipped 11.6%, resulting in a loss for the first quarter. The Silverado’s sibling GMC Sierra in 20th place also takes a hit in March to dip into the red for the quarter. Big surprise this year is the surging Nissan Rogue, taking the title of best selling non-pickup truck with sales up more than 40% and it continues this streak in March, not only outselling its rivals Honda CR-V and Toyota RAV4, but also the traditional #4 Toyota Camry, which is down 3.6% for the month and 13.3% for the quarter. The Camry’s midsized sedan rivals Nissan Altima and Honda Accord take even bigger hits in March, and all remaining sedan models in the top-10 lose volume this month. This underscores the shift away from sedans to crossovers, which has never been as apparent as now: in the first quarter of 2017, 63% of vehicles sold in the US were “light trucks”: pickups, SUVs, crossovers and minivans, compared to just 37% for cars: sedans, hatchbacks and station wagons. The last time the difference between cars and light trucks was this large was in 1993, when cars took 61,2% of the market and light trucks just 38,8%. Of the 104 models that showed a year-over-year increase in March, 55 were light trucks and 49 were cars, while of the 162 losers, 92 were cars vs. 70 light trucks.  This trend is even stronger visible in the US than in Europe, where crossovers are also taking share away from cars.

US-sales-March-2017-compact-cars-Chevrolet_Cruze-Hyundai_ElantraThe best performing cars in the top-30 are the Chevrolet Cruze at +88.3% in 19th place and the Hyundai Elantra at +43.2% in 13th place. The midsized siblings of these compact cars are heading in the opposite direction, with the Sonata down 46.6% and the Malibu down 35.5%. Then again, Ford has more to worry about with both the Focus and Fusion dropped with large double digits for the third consecutive month and even the Escape (slightly) in red, compared to double digit gains for its Japanese rivals. In the top 20-50, the big winners are the GMC Acadia (+84%) and Hyundai Santa Fe (+74.9%),  and also worth noting are the Toyota 4Runner (+25.5%), Nissan Pathfinder (+19.8%) and Chevrolet Tahoe (+19%). And look at two outdated Dodge models going strong: the Grand Caravan gains 20.7% to keep leading the minivan segment, while the Journey gains 18.7% despite being way past its expiry date.

In the top 50-100, the new generation Nissan Titan is starting to gain traction now that its line-up is almost complete. It reaches the highest monthly volume for the nameplate since 2007. The Mitsubishi Outlander almost doubles up and makes up for losses of each of the brand’s other models, while the new generation Subaru Impreza (+47.4%) and  Ford Expedition (+42.7%) also show significant gains. Most surprising is perhaps the 42.9% gain of the BMW X3 without any major updates, and the X5 also shows a 35.4% increase in sales despite having much fresher competition. The 41.7% gain of the Volkswagen Golf comes almost exclusively from the station wagon version, although the electric e-Golf also quadruples to take 5.4% of total sales for the nameplate. The Buick Encore continues to make up about 40% of total brand sales and manages to outsell the Jeep Renegade for only the second time since the latter reached its full potential in July 2015. Big losers in this part of the ranking are the Hyundai Accent, losing almost half of its volume as it’s about to be renewed, the Jeep Patriot at -39.3% as it will make room for the next generation Compass, and the Honda Odyssey (-32.2%) and Kia Soul (-30%).

Nissan_Armada-2017-US-car-sales-statisticsOutside of the top-100, we see impressive gains of the prehistoric GMC Savana van (sales almost tripled, perhaps thanks to a large order from U-Haul?), the new generation Nissan Armada (+215%), Mercedes-Benz GLS (+242%) and Mazda CX-9 making up for losses of all of the brand’s other volume models, except for the MX-5 Miata. The Infiniti Q60 coupe hits a new volume high at 1,829 sales. The Chevrolet SS enjoys a sudden second wind almost at the end of its life cycle, with sales up more than fourfold after a stable first two months. Among the big losers the still relatively fresh Mercedes-Benz GLC stands out (-35.8%), as well as its smaller sibling GLA, outsold fairly and squarely for the second straight month by the model that’s based on the same platform, the Infiniti QX30 at 1,714 vs. 2,960 sales. The Volvo XC90 also takes a hit at -44.3%, while the Kia Rio is down by almost half (-49.7%). The Cadillac CT6 outsells the CTS for only the third time ever.

Newcomers

Best selling new nameplate (<12 months) is the Chrysler Pacifica at #48, followed by the Cadillac XT5 at #85, singlehandedly outselling all Cadillac’s sedan models combined. The Buick Envision is in 110th place, the QX30 in 123rd and the Kia Niro hybrid crossover in 132nd place. The Jaguar F-Pace in 149th place tops 2,000 sales for the first time, while the XE also breaks its volume record in 183rd place, just behind the Genesis G80 at #181. The Chevrolet Bolt EV is stable just below 1,000 sales.

  Model March 2017 March 2016 Δ YTD rank 2017 2016 Δ
1 Ford F-series 81,330 73,884 10.1% 1 205,281 186,121 10.3%
2 RAM Pickup 46,384 44,874 3.4% 3 119,199 113,367 5.1%
3 Chevrolet Silverado 42,410 47,966 -11.6% 2 128,467 128,965 -0.4%
4 Nissan Rogue 39,512 27,713 42.6% 4 101,421 69,036 46.9%
5 Toyota Camry 35,648 36,991 -3.6% 6 83,459 96,244 -13.3%
6 Honda CR-V 32,872 26,730 23.0% 5 94,057 71,188 32.1%
7 Toyota RAV4 32,027 29,045 10.3% 8 80,533 76,122 5.8%
8 Honda Civic 31,520 32,855 -4.1% 7 81,654 87,303 -6.5%
9 Toyota Corolla / Matrix 30,584 32,556 -6.1% 10 76,086 84,260 -9.7%
10 Nissan Altima 28,511 34,856 -18.2% 11 73,985 85,332 -13.3%
11 Ford Escape 28,113 28,521 -1.4% 9 76,338 71,594 6.6%
12 Honda Accord 26,824 30,523 -12.1% 12 69,815 77,073 -9.4%
13 Hyundai Elantra 25,063 17,505 43.2% 16 54,202 39,363 37.7%
14 Ford Explorer 23,424 24,412 -4.0% 13 62,770 63,415 -1.0%
15 Chevrolet Equinox 22,671 21,480 5.5% 14 62,709 59,879 4.7%
16 Nissan Sentra 21,960 26,201 -16.2% 18 51,414 62,944 -18.3%
17 Jeep Grand Cherokee 20,374 18,506 10.1% 15 56,600 47,050 20.3%
18 Ford Fusion 18,759 29,675 -36.8% 19 50,786 74,994 -32.3%
19 Chevrolet Cruze 18,607 9,881 88.3% 17 53,923 37,241 44.8%
20 GMC Sierra 18,460 21,548 -14.3% 20 49,810 51,131 -2.6%
21 Toyota Highlander 18,058 14,949 20.8% 21 46,642 38,673 20.6%
22 Toyota Tacoma 16,728 17,687 -5.4% 22 43,493 44,576 -2.4%
23 Jeep Wrangler 16,336 17,710 -7.8% 25 41,311 41,741 -1.0%
24 Subaru Outback 15,909 14,122 12.7% 23 42,572 37,271 14.2%
25 Subaru Forester 15,803 14,284 10.6% 24 41,476 38,427 7.9%
26 Dodge Grand Caravan 15,602 12,925 20.7% 27 40,054 33,712 18.8%
27 Hyundai Sonata 15,357 28,778 -46.6% 28 37,869 61,457 -38.4%
28 Jeep Cherokee 14,589 19,170 -23.9% 26 40,755 49,534 -17.7%
29 Ford Focus 14,437 18,618 -22.5% 29 36,705 50,215 -26.9%
30 Chevrolet Malibu 14,222 22,058 -35.5% 30 35,005 58,222 -39.9%
31 Nissan Versa 12,336 16,244 -24.1% 34 31,075 36,499 -14.9%
32 Ford Transit 12,167 14,895 -18.3% 35 30,283 36,022 -15.9%
33 Toyota 4Runner 12,045 9,599 25.5% 33 31,656 25,571 23.8%
34 Dodge Journey 11,858 9,986 18.7% 31 34,400 26,421 30.2%
35 Ford Edge 11,730 14,005 -16.2% 32 31,947 35,993 -11.2%
36 Hyundai Santa Fe 11,446 6,546 74.9% 38 28,102 17,217 63.2%
37 GMC Acadia 11,432 6,214 84.0% 37 29,112 18,571 56.8%
38 Chevrolet Traverse 10,657 10,747 -0.8% 36 29,352 26,919 9.0%
39 Nissan Pathfinder 10,442 8,713 19.8% 40 26,720 22,408 19.2%
40 Kia Forte 10,289 10,406 -1.1% 45 25,062 23,922 4.8%
41 Kia Optima 10,204 11,725 -13.0% 39 26,945 29,768 -9.5%
42 Honda Pilot 9,945 10,593 -6.1% 44 25,224 28,726 -12.2%
43 Toyota Sienna 9,770 11,996 -18.6% 42 26,020 34,529 -24.6%
44 Toyota Prius 9,761 12,075 -19.2% 41 26,634 31,936 -16.6%
45 Volkswagen Jetta 9,700 10,471 -7.4% 47 24,563 28,023 -12.3%
46 Lexus RX 9,445 9,648 -2.1% 57 21,641 23,796 -9.1%
47 Toyota Tundra 9,358 10,002 -6.4% 50 23,220 25,535 -9.1%
48 Chrysler Pacifica 9,340 0 New 46 25,052 0 New
49 Ford Mustang 9,120 12,563 -27.4% 53 22,464 30,136 -25.5%
50 Chevrolet Tahoe 9,112 7,658 19.0% 52 22,653 20,351 11.3%
51 Hyundai Tucson 8,985 7,830 14.8% 58 21,155 20,384 3.8%
52 Chevrolet Impala 8,885 11,465 -22.5% 56 22,022 30,554 -27.9%
53 Mazda CX-5 8,470 8,965 -5.5% 48 24,374 23,607 3.2%
54 Kia Soul 8,426 12,043 -30.0% 49 23,920 33,076 -27.7%
55 Chevrolet Colorado 8,426 9,718 -13.3% 54 22,358 22,620 -1.2%
56 Buick Encore 8,293 6,426 29.1% 64 20,079 17,219 16.6%
57 Dodge Charger 8,236 9,817 -16.1% 55 22,319 27,746 -19.6%
58 Jeep Renegade 8,065 8,832 -8.7% 43 25,345 21,951 15.5%
59 Mercedes-Benz C-Class 8,021 6,658 20.5% 61 20,619 17,839 15.6%
60 GMC Terrain 7,831 6,891 13.6% 51 22,855 23,958 -4.6%
61 Kia Sorento 7,751 9,897 -21.7% 60 20,775 24,693 -15.9%
62 Honda Odyssey 7,727 11,224 -31.2% 59 21,027 27,439 -23.4%
63 Honda HR-V 7,653 6,398 19.6% 65 19,696 15,515 26.9%
64 Subaru Impreza 7,653 5,193 47.4% 66 18,584 14,007 32.7%
65 Nissan Murano 7,317 8,657 -15.5% 70 17,249 21,618 -20.2%
66 Mazda3 7,137 7,307 -2.3% 62 20,606 22,133 -6.9%
67 Subaru XV Crosstrek 7,120 6,973 2.1% 63 20,238 19,550 3.5%
68 Chevrolet Camaro 7,052 6,879 2.5% 79 15,298 18,581 -17.7%
69 Nissan Frontier 6,973 8,198 -14.9% 75 15,566 21,395 -27.2%
70 Nissan Maxima 6,961 6,588 5.7% 74 15,597 16,225 -3.9%
71 Dodge Durango 6,506 7,651 -15.0% 71 16,729 19,585 -14.6%
72 Chevrolet Trax 6,498 5,167 25.8% 67 18,361 13,727 33.8%
73 BMW X3 6,395 4,476 42.9% 83 13,569 10,211 32.9%
74 Volkswagen Golf 6,369 4,495 41.7% 69 17,977 12,133 48.2%
75 Volkswagen Passat 6,266 6,097 2.8% 68 18,267 14,063 29.9%
76 Dodge Challenger 6,225 5,369 15.9% 73 15,725 16,039 -2.0%
77 BMW 3-series 6,197 6,218 -0.3% 82 14,637 14,100 3.8%
78 Jeep Patriot 5,968 9,837 -39.3% 72 16,180 28,747 -43.7%
79 Chevrolet Express 5,819 6,291 -7.5% 78 15,399 13,515 13.9%
80 Lexus NX 5,619 4,533 24.0% 89 12,097 11,375 6.3%
81 Kia Sportage 5,560 6,804 -18.3% 77 15,414 17,467 -11.8%
82 Nissan Titan 5,539 1,274 334.8% 95 11,295 3,271 245.3%
83 Ford Fiesta 5,488 4,549 20.6% 85 13,044 10,863 20.1%
84 Ford Expedition 5,472 3,834 42.7% 76 15,442 10,673 44.7%
85 Cadillac XT5 5,280 0 New 84 13,454 0 New
86 Honda Fit 5,060 4,771 6.1% 92 11,902 11,513 3.4%
87 Chrysler 300 4,969 6,474 -23.2% 80 15,063 15,917 -5.4%
88 Mercedes-Benz GLE 4,919 4,730 4.0% 86 12,906 12,193 5.8%
89 Subaru Legacy 4,897 5,551 -11.8% 87 12,703 14,478 -12.3%
90 BMW X5 4,896 3,617 35.4% 91 12,072 10,043 20.2%
91 Ford E-series 4,769 5,816 -18.0% 90 12,075 12,648 -4.5%
92 Ford Taurus 4,641 5,182 -10.4% 88 12,686 13,456 -5.7%
93 Lexus ES 4,626 5,792 -20.1% 106 9,506 13,018 -27.0%
94 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4,510 3,695 22.1% 93 11,870 8,560 38.7%
95 Audi Q5 4,382 3,728 17.5% 94 11,312 8,840 28.0%
96 Hyundai Accent 4,349 7,879 -44.8% 81 14,763 17,826 -17.2%
97 Mitsubishi Outlander 4,235 2,156 96.4% 105 9,588 5,820 64.7%
98 Acura MDX 4,141 4,088 1.3% 97 10,956 11,956 -8.4%
99 Scion iA / Toyota Yaris iA 4,083 3,264 25.1% 110 8,835 7,409 19.2%
100 RAM ProMaster 4,048 3,302 22.6% 102 10,047 8,394 19.7%
101 Chevrolet Suburban 3,889 3,825 1.7% 98 13,445 10,679 25.9%
102 Audi A4 / S4 3,876 3,226 20.1% 116 7,990 6,378 25.3%
103 Infiniti QX60 3,821 3,905 -2.2% 111 8,668 9,007 -3.8%
104 Infiniti Q50 3,800 5,590 -32.0% 100 10,450 11,868 -11.9%
105 Mazda6 3,794 4,094 -7.3% 99 10,692 10,283 4.0%
106 Honda Ridgeline 3,778 0 ++ 104 9,724 1 ++
107 Buick Enclave 3,772 5,116 -26.3% 107 9,437 12,934 -27.0%
108 Acura RDX 3,769 5,310 -29.0% 96 11,000 12,212 -9.9%
109 GMC Savana 3,689 1,244 196.5% 130 6,767 4,124 64.1%
110 Buick Envision 3,584 0 New 109 8,910 0 New
111 Toyota Avalon 3,483 4,643 -25.0% 112 8,596 12,201 -29.5%
112 Tesla Model S 3,450 3,990 -13.5% 138 6,100 6,390 -4.5%
113 Chevrolet Sonic 3,385 4,708 -28.1% 119 7,620 12,627 -39.7%
114 BMW 4-series 3,324 4,710 -29.4% 114 8,080 9,225 -12.4%
115 Mitsubishi Mirage 3,324 4,113 -19.2% 123 7,470 6,232 19.9%
116 Chevrolet Spark 3,306 2,273 45.4% 126 7,140 5,155 38.5%
117 Volkswagen Tiguan 3,270 3,519 -7.1% 101 10,211 9,292 9.9%
118 GMC Yukon 3,197 3,394 -5.8% 103 9,984 8,985 11.1%
119 BMW 5-series 3,161 3,157 0.1% 132 6,641 9,710 -31.6%
120 Mercedes-Benz GLC 3,126 4,871 -35.8% 108 8,956 10,914 -17.9%
121 Nissan Armada 3,094 981 215.4% 125 7,291 2,848 156.0%
122 Subaru WRX 3,050 2,737 11.4% 118 7,690 7,453 3.2%
123 Infiniti QX30 2,960 0 New 134 6,532 0 New
124 Mercedes-Benz GLS 2,938 858 242.4% 117 7,741 3,880 99.5%
125 BMW X1 2,896 3,145 -7.9% 124 7,297 6,500 12.3%
126 GMC Yukon XL 2,849 2,427 17.4% 120 7,556 6,702 12.7%
127 Acura TLX 2,815 3,768 -25.3% 127 7,124 9,087 -21.6%
128 Mini Cooper 2,812 2,429 15.8% 146 5,676 6,748 -15.9%
129 Kia Sedona 2,769 4,241 -34.7% 135 6,418 10,231 -37.3%
130 Ford Transit Connect 2,760 3,619 -23.7% 128 6,960 10,068 -30.9%
131 Tesla Model X 2,750 1,860 47.8% 164 4,300 2,400 79.2%
132 Kia Niro 2,704 0 New 157 4,889 0 New
133 Lincoln MKX 2,688 2,771 -3.0% 115 8,006 7,198 11.2%
134 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport 2,676 2,874 -6.9% 129 6,864 7,698 -10.8%
135 Audi Q7 2,660 3,004 -11.5% 121 7,548 6,993 7.9%
136 Jeep Compass 2,651 8,282 -68.0% 113 8,552 20,574 -58.4%
137 Lexus IS 2,597 3,679 -29.4% 145 5,704 8,818 -35.3%
138 Lexus GX 2,569 1,961 31.0% 149 5,514 5,219 5.7%
139 Chrysler 200 2,565 6,176 -58.5% 133 6,620 17,973 -63.2%
140 Mazda CX-9 2,550 117 2079.5% 136 6,298 1,090 477.8%
141 GMC Canyon 2,490 2,867 -13.1% 122 7,527 7,577 -0.7%
142 Lincoln MKZ 2,479 2,480 0.0% 131 6,643 6,554 1.4%
143 Chevrolet Corvette 2,460 2,753 -10.6% 144 5,804 6,370 -8.9%
144 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 2,407 2,529 -4.8% 137 6,211 5,863 5.9%
145 Audi A3 2,368 3,173 -25.4% 139 6,089 7,504 -18.9%
146 Buick LaCrosse 2,330 2,275 2.4% 156 4,985 8,975 -44.5%
147 Lincoln MKC 2,284 1,956 16.8% 143 5,911 5,138 15.0%
148 Range Rover Sport 2,251 2,507 -10.2% 141 5,993 5,552 7.9%
149 Jaguar F-Pace 2,187 0 New 154 5,241 0 New
150 Chevrolet Volt 2,132 1,865 14.3% 147 5,563 3,987 39.5%
151 Scion iM / Toyota Corolla iM 2,123 1,659 28.0% 152 5,349 4,226 26.6%
152 Range Rover 1,991 1,792 11.1% 150 5,512 4,805 14.7%
153 Infiniti QX80 1,983 1,403 41.3% 151 5,355 4,054 32.1%
154 Nissan NV200 1,897 2,416 -21.5% 162 4,495 5,352 -16.0%
155 Nissan NV van 1,863 1,791 4.0% 161 4,533 4,517 0.4%
156 Infiniti Q60 1,829 105 1641.9% 186 3,371 409 724.2%
157 Audi Q3 1,818 1,505 20.8% 168 4,102 3,395 20.8%
158 Range Rover Evoque 1,818 862 110.9% 176 3,764 2,618 43.8%
159 Porsche Macan 1,802 1,123 60.5% 153 5,337 3,604 48.1%
160 Ford Flex 1,796 2,100 -14.5% 140 6,082 6,425 -5.3%
161 Infiniti QX50 1,724 1,512 14.0% 163 4,318 3,902 10.7%
162 Land Rover Discovery Sport 1,722 2,002 -14.0% 166 4,228 4,366 -3.2%
163 Mercedes-Benz GLA 1,714 2,205 -22.3% 142 5,915 6,843 -13.6%
164 Volvo XC90 1,671 3,000 -44.3% 160 4,568 7,847 -41.8%
165 Fiat 500 1,671 1,490 12.1% 170 4,020 3,778 6.4%
166 Cadillac Escalade 1,648 1,974 -16.5% 165 4,300 5,021 -14.4%
167 Volvo 60 series 1,588 1,776 -10.6% 173 3,946 3,763 4.9%
168 Dodge Dart 1,578 5,349 -70.5% 159 4,658 16,868 -72.4%
169 Audi A6 / S6 1,576 1,453 8.5% 180 3,678 3,358 9.5%
170 Volvo XC60 1,544 1,599 -3.4% 178 3,736 3,646 2.5%
171 Mitsubishi Lancer 1,528 1,934 -21.0% 155 5,221 5,454 -4.3%
172 Volkswagen Beetle 1,497 1,468 2.0% 174 3,908 3,319 17.7%
173 Nissan Juke 1,487 2,498 -40.5% 169 4,088 5,871 -30.4%
174 Cadillac XTS 1,484 2,247 -34.0% 158 4,678 5,873 -20.3%
175 Nissan Leaf 1,478 1,246 18.6% 190 3,287 2,931 12.1%
176 Mercedes-Benz S-Class 1,434 1,332 7.7% 181 3,648 4,167 -12.5%
177 Hyundai Veloster 1,386 2,342 -40.8% 148 5,548 6,466 -14.2%
178 Toyota Yaris 1,377 1,227 12.2% 177 3,764 2,683 40.3%
179 Cadillac ATS 1,367 1,859 -26.5% 187 3,346 4,517 -25.9%
180 Mini Countryman 1,362 1,281 6.3% 197 2,672 2,366 12.9%
181 Genesis G80 1,347 0 New 172 3,952 0 New
182 Mazda MX-5 Miata 1,345 1,090 23.4% 185 3,382 2,409 40.4%
183 Jaguar XE 1,336 0 New 195 3,022 0 New
184 Buick Regal 1,334 1,276 4.5% 189 3,308 5,537 -40.3%
185 Ford C-Max 1,333 1,702 -21.7% 183 3,594 4,059 -11.5%
186 RAM ProMaster City 1,317 1,814 -27.4% 188 3,333 4,551 -26.8%
187 Mazda CX-3 1,251 1,748 -28.4% 179 3,714 4,916 -24.5%
188 Kia Rio 1,246 2,475 -49.7% 194 3,072 5,366 -42.8%
189 Chevrolet SS 1,217 286 325.5% 167 1,526 539 183.1%
190 Cadillac Escalade ESV 1,214 1,264 -4.0% 192 3,205 3,086 3.9%
191 Buick Verano 1,146 2,300 -50.2% 204 2,044 8,225 -75.1%
192 Porsche Cayenne 1,134 1,294 -12.4% 182 3,640 4,017 -9.4%
193 Toyota Sequoia 1,112 1,199 -7.3% 184 3,437 3,005 14.4%
194 Mercedes-Benz CLA 1,079 2,242 -51.9% 171 4,010 6,884 -41.7%
195 Infiniti QX70 1,077 661 62.9% 196 2,905 1,809 60.6%
196 Infiniti Q70 1,072 577 85.8% 207 1,962 1,563 25.5%
197 BMW 2-series 993 1,606 -38.2% 202 2,249 3,401 -33.9%
198 Chevrolet Bolt EV 978 0 New 193 3,092 0 New
199 Cadillac CT6 968 35 2665.7% 200 2,404 35 ++
200 Lincoln Continental 963 0 New 191 3,209 0 New
201 BMW 7-series 935 850 10.0% 203 2,103 2,313 -9.1%
202 Lincoln Navigator 897 1,311 -31.6% 198 2,487 2,968 -16.2%
203 Cadillac CTS 882 1,499 -41.2% 199 2,486 3,973 -37.4%
204 Lexus CT 841 972 -13.5% 212 1,692 2,356 -28.2%
205 Acura ILX 824 1,554 -47.0% 201 2,256 4,287 -47.4%
206 Mini Clubman 812 1,037 -21.7% 208 1,899 1,695 12.0%
207 Lexus GS 737 1,524 -51.6% 211 1,695 3,989 -57.5%
208 Fiat 500X 726 1,399 -48.1% 206 1,966 3,964 -50.4%
209 Chevrolet City Express 706 1,170 -39.7% 209 1,872 2,614 -28.4%
210 Scion FR-S / Toyota 86 705 669 5.4% 210 1,782 1,730 3.0%
211 BMW i3 703 332 111.7% 219 1,403 762 84.1%
212 Jaguar XF 678 1,266 -46.4% 221 1,285 2,782 -53.8%
213 Audi A5 / S5 674 784 -14.0% 220 1,311 1,901 -31.0%
214 Porsche 911 652 938 -30.5% 205 2,018 2,159 -6.5%
215 BMW X6 630 635 -0.8% 214 1,528 1,644 -7.1%
216 Nissan Quest 620 1,763 -64.8% 175 3,870 5,750 -32.7%
217 Lexus RC 619 1,194 -48.2% 213 1,561 2,869 -45.6%
218 Maserati Levante 567 0 New 222 1,251 0 New
219 Porsche Panamera 554 334 65.9% 246 617 963 -35.9%
220 Audi A7 / S7 541 605 -10.6% 217 1,426 1,466 -2.7%
221 Maserati Ghibli 536 658 -18.5% 218 1,405 1,485 -5.4%
222 Lexus LX 512 424 20.8% 215 1,491 1,536 -2.9%
223 Nissan 370Z 500 576 -13.2% 223 1,248 1,344 -7.1%
224 Buick Cascada 498 814 -38.8% 216 1,442 1,397 3.2%
225 Jaguar F-Type 492 426 15.5% 226 1,166 1,124 3.7%
226 Alfa Romeo Giulia 484 0 New 232 966 0 New
227 Mercedes-Benz Metris 464 543 -14.5% 224 1,222 1,377 -11.3%
228 Volvo S90 448 0 New 229 1,041 0 New
229 Subaru BRZ 439 425 3.3% 231 987 1,211 -18.5%
230 Kia Cadenza 437 593 -26.3% 227 1,125 1,552 -27.5%
231 Fiat 124 Spider 419 0 New 233 961 0 New
232 Genesis G90 408 0 New 225 1,203 0 New
233 Mercedes-Benz G-Class 395 349 13.2% 230 1,005 973 3.3%
234 BMW X4 395 689 -42.7% 236 888 1,473 -39.7%
235 Smart ForTwo 389 479 -18.8% 228 1,061 1,300 -18.4%
236 Hyundai Azera 380 508 -25.2% 234 952 1,355 -29.7%
237 Lexus LS 370 469 -21.1% 235 944 1,240 -23.9%
238 Mercedes-Benz SLK/SLC 361 314 15.0% 237 865 850 1.8%
239 BMW 6-series 330 389 -15.2% 241 789 839 -6.0%
240 Hyundai Ioniq 327 0 New 257 332 0 New
241 Volkswagen Touareg 317 394 -19.5% 238 802 1,151 -30.3%
242 Audi A8 / S8 288 422 -31.8% 240 793 985 -19.5%
243 Toyota Land Cruiser 272 266 2.3% 239 796 768 3.6%
244 Audi TT 267 308 -13.3% 245 621 663 -6.3%
245 Mercedes-Benz SL 262 304 -13.8% 243 724 887 -18.4%
246 Jaguar XJ 260 441 -41.0% 244 662 1,089 -39.2%
247 Lincoln MKT 221 390 -43.3% 242 768 1,129 -32.0%
248 Volkswagen CC 216 361 -40.2% 249 562 991 -43.3%
249 Porsche Cayman 188 384 -51.0% 247 584 809 -27.8%
250 Audi Allroad 186 177 5.1% 248 578 450 28.4%
251 Land Rover LR4 / LR3 / Discovery 183 1,569 -88.3% 253 378 3,462 -89.1%
252 Mercedes-Benz CLS 180 400 -55.0% 251 446 1,025 -56.5%
253 Porsche Boxster 149 249 -40.2% 250 522 685 -23.8%
254 Maserati Quattroporte 141 133 6.0% 254 378 309 22.3%
255 Bentley Continental 134 83 61.4% 263 260 169 53.8%
256 Honda CR-Z 129 163 -20.9% 256 336 483 -30.4%
257 Toyota Mirai 118 41 187.8% 258 311 97 220.6%
258 BMW Z4 111 120 -7.5% 262 269 217 24.0%
259 Acura RLX 110 130 -15.4% 259 293 331 -11.5%
260 Fiat 500L 106 533 -80.1% 260 284 1,267 -77.6%
261 Mercedes-AMG GT 103 140 -26.4% 261 277 360 -23.1%
262 Volvo V90 Cross Country 98 0 New 273 135 0 New
263 Chrysler Town & Country 95 13,586 -99.3% 255 341 31,616 -98.9%
264 Bentley Bentayga 86 0 New 265 209 0 New
265 Nissan GT-R 75 66 13.6% 267 195 162 20.4%
266 Dodge Viper 71 52 36.5% 268 178 138 29.0%
267 Alfa Romeo 4C 71 53 34.0% 272 140 169 -17.2%
268 Audi R8 69 7 885.7% 266 199 27 637.0%
269 Maserati GranTurismo 68 206 -67.0% 264 254 456 -44.3%
270 Mercedes-Benz B-Class 50 66 -24.2% 269 159 161 -1.2%
271 BMW i8 49 89 -44.9% 270 157 175 -10.3%
272 Kia K900 43 95 -54.7% 276 108 246 -56.1%
273 Acura NSX 37 0 New 274 133 0 New
274 Scion tC 31 1,129 -97.3% 271 142 2,761 -94.9%
275 Chevrolet Caprice 26 93 -72.0% 275 111 185 -40.0%
276 Honda Clarity FCV 23 0 New 278 92 0 New
277 Lincoln MKS 22 781 -97.2% 280 59 1,918 -96.9%
278 Bentley Flying Spur 21 25 -16.0% 281 58 66 -12.1%
279 Cadillac SRX 16 4,071 -99.6% 277 104 12,866 -99.2%
280 Bentley Mulsanne 8 11 -27.3% 283 25 27 -7.4%
281 Volvo XC70 7 420 -98.3% 282 50 959 -94.8%
282 Hyundai Equus 7 160 -95.6% 284 16 617 -97.4%
283 Toyota Venza 4 107 -96.3% 285 9 415 -97.8%
284 Mitsubishi i-MiEV 3 1 200.0% 289 4 8 -50.0%
285 Mazda5 2 75 -97.3% 286 5 205 -97.6%
286 Cadillac ELR 2 104 -98.1% 287 5 262 -98.1%
287 Ford GT 2 0 New 288 5 0 New
288 Toyota FJ Cruiser 2 0 New 293 2 1 100.0%
289 Mini Paceman 1 15 -93.3% 290 4 30 -86.7%
290 Nissan X-Terra 1 0 New 294 1 28 -96.4%

Source: manufacturers

About Krzysztof Wozniak

Kriss grew up in Poland reading German car magazines, before moving to England and graduating to the British magazines, which he still considers the best in the world and continues reading them after he’d moved to the US. In college he promised himself he’s buy himself a used Porsche before he turned 30 (not to be accused of having a mid-life crisis), but instead family needs dictated a Subaru Outback. Still waiting for that perfect moment to buy a used 2008-ish Cayman…
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Comments

  1. Interesting list CSB!
    Nissan Rogue outsold its cross-over rivals in Canada too.
    Likely reasons: fine car, finally enough supply, franchise PR barter with the Star Wars Rogue One movie.
    Nissan is about to launch the cheaper Rogue Sport as well, which is the EU QashQai

  2. Current market seems saturated. Rebates galore. Without discounts metal won’t move. Top selling Rogue goes 2800 pop less than list price. Average >$3500. Dealers are under pressure by the manufacturers. The latter “force” dealerships to sell a given quota, no matter what. If you are a dealer, employ 20 people, have a lot stuffed with quasi unsellable Dodges, what can you do? What will you do? “Hey Folks, see that! A shiny sublime sedan with cash on da hood! Drive away in 10 minutes with $3000 cash in yr pocket!”

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