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US sales: November 2015, models

After looking at the November US sales by brand last week, now it’s time to look at sales broken out by model. The top 10 changed a bit compared to October, with Toyota RAV4 advancing two positions to 5th spot, while the Honda Accord falls two spots to 7th. It is interesting to see the pre-facelift RAV4 have so much traction (sales up 29.7% compared to Nov’14), while the post-facelift Honda CR-V is struggling (sales down 19.9%). Another changes is that the Honda Civic jumped over Toyota Corolla to claim 8th spot, presumably on the strength of model-sellout incentives before the new model goes on sale. But both models are now under attack from Nissan Rogue, which may soon climb even higher than 10th (right now it’s the highest-placed Nissan).

Hyundai Elantra

Looking at cars ranked between 11th and 20th does not bring any big surprises. The biggest change relative to October is Hyundai Elantra advance to 15th spot, seven better than last month and 11 better than last year, on the back of 25.9% that grew relative to Nov’14. Clearly, Hyundai is continuing to aggressively market the model before the replacement arrives in early 2016. Exactly how long this will continue is hard to tell, but to see just how quickly such a selling spree can end look no further than at Chevrolet Malibu: 11th last month, 34th this month, exactly where it was in Sep’15.

VW Passat

November was also the month when VW’s Dieselgate finally seemed to have made a big dent in its sales figures, which were down almost 25% compared to Nov’14. Looking at its models, it is clear that the brunt of this is due to the Passat, whose sales were down 60.4% compared to this month last year, as well as the Jetta, whose sales were down 29.5%. That said, the Jetta actually did a bit better than last month, with its ranking rising from 55th to 32nd, possibly a sign that VW is getting to grips with its post-crisis reality. Time will tell if that is in fact the case.

Chrysler 200

From among the top 50, models that continue to lose sales the most include the compact Ford Focus (down 24.7% compared to Nov’14, and placing 31st, only one slot above the Jetta) and Chevy Cruze (sales down 29.7%), the mid-sized Chrysler 200 (sales down 27.8%) and the full-size pickup GMC Sierra (sales down 26.7%). This is particularly bad news for the Chrysler 200, which is only one of three (!) models sold under the Chrysler brand, and the one that was meant to mark a new dawn for the brand under Fiat’s direction.

Jeep Renegade
Jeep Renegade

An interesting fight is brewing between the Chevy Trax and Jeep Renegade – both entered the market in the past year, and while the Chevy lead the subcompact SUV sales in October, the smallest Jeep rose to the top in November. In the meantime, the supply-restricted Honda HR-V sold half the number of units of these two, though that might change once the Japanese factories finally catch up with demand.

Models ranking November 2015

Rank Nov’15 Rank change Model Sales Sales change
Nov’14 Oct’15 Nov 2015 Nov 2014
1 Ford F-series 65,192 59,049 10.4%
2 Chevrolet Silverado 45,001 42,799 5.1%
3 Ram Ram pickup 36,407 35,865 1.5%
4 1 Toyota Camry 30,945 28,846 7.3%
5 8 2 Toyota RAV4 27,368 21,108 29.7%
6 2 Honda CR-V 25,931 32,378 19.9%
7 1 2 Honda Accord 25,566 25,275 1.2%
8 1 1 Honda Civic 25,050 23,060 8.6%
9 3 1 Toyota Corolla 24,194 25,609 5.5%
10 11 Nissan Rogue 22,565 15,067 49.8%
11 4 1 Ford Escape 20,807 25,528 18.5%
12 1 3 Nissan Altima 20,564 22,834 9.9%
13 2 1 Chevrolet Equinox 19,634 18,536 5.9%
14 1 Ford Fusion 19,451 20,263 4.0%
15 11 7 Hyundai Elantra 17,634 14,002 25.9%
16 1 2 Jeep Cherokee 17,426 16,945 2.8%
17 3 4 Jeep Grand Cherokee 17,051 15,307 11.4%
18 2 2 Hyundai Sonata 16,732 18,515 9.6%
19 1 3 Ford Explorer 16,690 16,382 1.9%
20 8 3 GMC Sierra 16,527 22,544 26.7%
21 11 3 Chevrolet Cruze 16,073 22,857 29.7%
22 8 6 Nissan Sentra 14,505 13,530 7.2%
23 6 Jeep Wrangler 13,847 13,592 1.9%
24 4 3 Subaru Forester 13,655 13,879 1.6%
25 7 Toyota Tacoma 13,465 13,018 3.4%
26 1 3 Subaru Outback 13,079 14,128 7.4%
27 6 3 Kia Optima 13,048 12,707 2.7%
28 3 5 Toyota Highlander 12,741 13,476 5.5%
29 2 3 Toyota Prius 12,575 13,957 9.9%
30 7 1 BMW 3/4 series 11,857 14,702 19.4%
31 9 12 Ford Focus 11,186 14,862 24.7%
32 13 23 VW Jetta 11,022 15,633 29.5%
33 8 1 Honda Pilot 10,975 9,228 18.9%
34 23 Chevrolet Malibu 10,813 11,997 9.9%
35 1 25 Lexus RX 10,771 9,592 12.3%
36 2 2 Chevrolet Impala 10,494 9,423 11.4%
37 13 Chrysler 200 10,332 14,317 27.8%
38 6 3 Toyota Sienna 10,062 8,946 12.5%
39 3 4 Kia Soul 10,045 9,146 9.8%
40 1 8 Nissan Versa 9,783 9,283 5.4%
41 8 2 Chrysler Town & Country 9,689 8,055 20.3%
42 38 6 Ford Transit 9,584 4,851 97.6%
43 23 35 Lexus ES 9,450 5,884 60.6%
44 9 4 Hyundai Santa Fe 9,156 9,787 6.4%
45 3 9 Kia Sorento 9,023 8,598 4.9%
46 7 1 GMC Terrain 8,999 7,737 16.3%
47 10 2 Mazda CX-5 8,756 7,220 21.3%
48 3 2 Chevrolet Traverse 8,684 7,836 10.8%
49 12 2 Toyota Tundra 8,590 9,580 10.3%
50 3 1 Honda Odyssey 8,356 8,639 3.3%
51 4 9 Jeep Patriot 8,348 7,546 10.6%
52 7 16 Dodge Grand Caravan 8,158 8,842 7.7%
53 1 9 Ford Edge 8,137 7,648 6.4%
54 2 8 Dodge Journey 7,798 7,530 3.6%
55 3 2 Toyota 4Runner 7,583 7,180 5.6%
56 16 Subaru Impreza 7,405 5,296 39.8%
57 5 Mazda Mazda3 7,405 7,761 4.6%
58 new 3 Jeep Renegade 7,345 0 new
59 13 16 Ford Mustang 7,286 8,728 16.5%
60 20 4 Mercedes-Benz C class 7,239 9,259 21.8%
61 11 7 Chevrolet Tahoe 7,217 8,027 10.1%
62 36 1 Hyundai Tucson 6,906 3,642 89.6%
63 4 1 Subaru XV Crosstrek 6,786 5,799 17.0%
64 2 2 GMC Acadia 6,776 6,408 5.7%
65 5 13 Dodge Charger 6,685 6,569 1.8%
66 new 8 Chevrolet Trax 6,481 0 new
67 58 2 Chevrolet Colorado 6,230 2,366 163.3%
68 25 2 Dodge Dart 6,190 9,012 31.3%
69 1 22 Dodge Durango 5,780 5,413 6.8%
70 26 10 Nissan Murano 5,574 3,840 45.2%
71 13 2 Chevrolet Express 5,371 4,478 19.9%
72 13 9 Chevrolet Camaro 5,303 4,385 20.9%
73 1 12 Mercedes-Benz GLE 5,250 5,190 1.2%
74 3 33 Chevrolet Suburban 5,216 5,045 3.4%
75 7 8 Buick Encore 5,133 4,577 12.1%
76 5 12 Toyota Avalon 5,129 5,378 4.6%
77 14 12 Nissan Frontier 5,099 6,332 19.5%
78 14 1 Nissan Pathfinder 5,094 6,231 18.2%
79 27 7 Cadillac SRX 5,087 3,331 52.7%
80 20 3 Hyundai Accent 5,041 3,499 44.1%
81 5 1 Kia Forte 5,010 5,047 0.7%
82 47 31 BMW X3 4,987 2,221 124.5%
83 8 12 Jeep Compass 4,886 4,099 19.2%
84 16 8 Subaru Legacy 4,769 5,733 16.8%
85 4 7 Mercedes-Benz E class 4,751 4,737 0.3%
86 1 4 Buick Enclave 4,658 4,259 9.4%
87 24 33 BMW 5 series 4,646 3,105 49.6%
88 2 Audi Q5 4,520 4,184 8.0%
89 20 9 Lexus IS/RC 4,345 5,490 20.9%
90 1 11 Dodge Challenger 4,263 4,157 2.5%
91 40 18 Ford Transit Connect 4,237 2,186 93.8%
92 17 3 Kia Sportage 4,211 3,261 29.1%
93 1 18 VW Golf 4,110 3,993 2.9%
94 21 2 Acura MDX 4,092 5,210 21.5%
95 30 4 Infiniti Q50 4,026 5,984 32.7%
96 6 4 Ford E-series 3,994 4,151 3.8%
97 14 BMW X5 3,965 4,557 13.0%
98 20 5 Chrysler 300 3,932 4,871 19.3%
99 11 10 GMC Yukon 3,925 3,179 23.5%
100 36 13 VW Tiguan 3,907 2,082 87.7%
101 7 17 Nissan Maxima 3,884 3,284 18.3%
102 11 2 Infiniti QX60 3,736 2,927 27.6%
103 6 Audi A4/A5 3,695 3,761 1.8%
104 1 2 Acura RDX 3,691 3,436 7.4%
105 26 6 Chevrolet Sonic 3,653 4,852 24.7%
106 new 12 Honda HR-V 3,505 0 new
107 5 1 Ford Fiesta 3,422 3,436 0.4%
108 33 6 Buick LaCrosse 3,351 5,083 34.1%
109 150 1 Lexus NX 3,284 22 14827.3%
110 6 5 Ford Taurus 3,187 3,412 6.6%
111 10 4 Mini Cooper 3,184 3,464 8.1%
112 10 6 GMC Yukon XL 3,137 2,416 29.8%
113 18 5 Mazda Mazda6 3,089 3,891 20.6%
114 5 3 Audi A3 3,028 2,511 20.6%
115 54 50 Honda Fit 3,018 6,421 53.0%
116 30 42 Acura TLX 2,987 4,311 30.7%
117 24 16 Ford Expedition 2,980 3,982 25.2%
118 1 6 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport 2,955 2,679 10.3%
119 7 2 Mercedes-Benz GL 2,916 3,065 4.9%
120 2 4 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 2,770 2,532 9.4%
121 62 62 VW Passat 2,759 6,966 60.4%
122 15 12 Ram ProMaster 2,754 3,290 16.3%
123 21 15 Mercedes-Benz GLA 2,721 1,812 50.2%
124 30 23 Mercedes-Benz CLA 2,611 3,898 33.0%
125 9 1 Lincoln MKZ 2,325 2,096 10.9%
126 27 1 Kia Sedona 2,243 3,538 36.6%
127 122 5 Volvo XC90 2,236 87 2470.1%
128 56 3 GMC Canyon 2,236 854 161.8%
129 35 3 Hyundai Veloster 2,204 1,296 70.1%
130 13 39 Lexus GS 2,174 1,836 18.4%
131 20 14 Volvo XC60 2,077 1,643 26.4%
132 5 9 Cadillac ATS 2,055 2,282 9.9%
133 5 4 Lexus GX 2,011 2,043 1.6%
134 25 3 Chevrolet Volt 1,980 1,336 48.2%
135 13 Cadillac XTS 1,976 1,697 16.4%
136 12 12 Chevrolet Corvette 1,952 2,378 17.9%
137 new 62 Ram ProMaster City 1,942 0 new
138 1 12 Nissan Juke 1,897 2,008 5.5%
139 14 9 Lincoln MKX 1,883 1,602 17.5%
140 21 12 Volvo 60 series 1,878 1,331 41.1%
141 27 3 Mercedes-Benz S class 1,856 2,863 35.2%
142 21 3 Hyundai Genesis 1,837 2,431 24.4%
143 new 12 Fiat 500X 1,833 0 new
144 12 3 Lincoln MKC 1,805 2,152 16.1%
145 22 63 BMW X1 1,792 2,416 25.8%
146 new 4 Scion iA 1,785 0 new
147 20 1 Land Rover Range Rover Sport 1,776 1,152 54.2%
148 15 28 Infiniti GQX80 1,737 1,319 31.7%
149 27 13 Mitsubishi Outlander 1,717 1,014 69.3%
150 20 3 TESLA Model S 1,700 2,200 22.7%
151 18 2 Cadillac Escalade 1,672 2,106 20.6%
152 47 33 Buick Verano 1,646 3,335 50.6%
153 38 13 Chevrolet Spark 1,628 2,861 43.1%
154 21 3 Land Rover Range Rover 1,598 1,021 56.5%
155 18 3 Audi A6/S6 1,582 2,061 23.2%
156 4 3 Porsche Cayenne 1,523 1,619 5.9%
157 16 2 Ford C-Max 1,454 1,940 25.1%
158 30 new GMC Savana 1,439 716 101.0%
159 14 1 Ford Flex 1,364 1,803 24.3%
160 10 12 Acura ILX 1,353 1,652 18.1%
161 new 3 Mazda CX-3 1,323 0 new
162 8 5 Cadillac Escalade ESV 1,309 1,128 16.0%
163 17 30 Audi Q7 1,279 1,746 26.7%
164 10 11 Mini Countryman 1,260 1,545 18.4%
165 45 8 Cadillac CTS 1,224 2,446 50.0%
166 40 23 Mercedes-Benz GLK 1,216 2,326 47.7%
167 11 9 Mazda CX-9 1,202 1,437 16.4%
168 1 7 Nissan NV200 1,193 1,131 5.5%
169 76 3 Land Rover Discovery Sport 1,182 121 876.9%
170 28 16 Buick Regal 1,172 1,889 38.0%
171 21 2 BMW 1/2 series 1,147 646 77.6%
172 15 20 Audi Q3 1,109 735 50.9%
173 5 10 Nissan NV 1,105 1,141 3.2%
174 new 12 Scion iM 1,091 0 new
175 15 2 Mitsubishi Mirage 1,085 1,333 18.6%
176 10 3 Maserati 0 1,083 1,203 10.0%
177 3 5 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque 1,056 1,037 1.8%
178 62 4 Nissan Leaf 1,054 2,687 60.8%
179 11 28 BMW 7 series 1,045 704 48.4%
180 31 9 VW Beetle 1,011 1,665 39.3%
181 26 1 Mitsubishi Lancer 1,011 1,490 32.1%
182 20 1 Lexus CT 984 1,322 25.6%
183 4 15 Toyota Sequoia 974 970 0.4%
184 44 14 Fiat 500 968 1,984 51.2%
185 8 6 Porsche Macan 962 987 2.5%
186 29 Lincoln Navigator 960 1,433 33.0%
187 18 11 Nissan Quest 953 483 97.3%
188 36 6 Land Rover LR4 927 313 196.2%
189 46 2 Infiniti QX50 908 195 365.6%
190 55 34 Kia Rio 898 2,088 57.0%
191 9 5 Porsche 911 884 925 4.4%
192 20 10 Scion tC 878 1,124 21.9%
193 13 8 Kia Cadenza 847 482 75.7%
194 64 4 Chevrolet City Express 833 24 3370.8%
195 37 11 Scion xB 815 1,414 42.4%
196 31 7 Nissan Armada 812 1,224 33.7%
197 37 16 Mazda MX-5 Miata 732 224 226.8%
198 13 10 BMW i3 723 816 11.4%
199 21 6 Nissan Titan 719 972 26.0%
200 2 6 Volvo 70/80 series 711 562 26.5%
201 2 2 Infiniti Q70 677 559 21.1%
202 7 7 BMW X6 672 421 59.6%
203 17 1 Smart ForTwo 662 815 18.8%
204 9 3 Audi A7/S7 636 588 8.2%
205 5 10 Infiniti QX70 610 414 47.3%
206 25 9 Scion FR-S 605 935 35.3%
207 79 29 Toyota Venza 602 2,231 73.0%
208 4 6 BMW X4 572 489 17.0%
209 26 3 Lexus LS 534 857 37.7%
210 30 10 Honda Crosstour 527 955 44.8%
211 4 5 Lincoln MKS 520 449 15.8%
212 4 26 Lexus LX 512 425 20.5%
213 10 11 Porsche Panamera 491 492 0.2%
214 20 10 VW CC 475 622 23.6%
215 18 2 Mercedes-Benz CLS 454 224 102.7%
216 14 15 Jaguar XF 454 500 9.2%
217 1 2 Jaguar F-Type 432 377 14.6%
218 3 1 Lincoln MKT 425 381 11.5%
219 28 4 BMW 6 series 398 648 38.6%
220 23 25 VW Touareg 397 578 31.3%
221 20 Toyota Land Cruiser 394 320 23.1%
222 4 17 Nissan 370Z 381 351 8.5%
223 12 1 Subaru BRZ 376 408 7.8%
224 28 3 Audi A8/S8 364 582 37.5%
225 32 15 Toyota Yaris 348 634 45.1%
226 3 Mercedes-Benz G class 334 294 13.6%
227 14 5 Audi allroad 301 405 25.7%
228 2 6 Hyundai Azera 299 272 9.9%
229 7 4 Porsche Cayman 297 319 6.9%
230 16 3 Mercedes-Benz SL 296 386 23.3%
231 12 6 Porsche Boxster 291 337 13.6%
232 9 21 Mercedes-Benz SLK 239 317 24.6%
233 4 6 Honda CR-Z 236 188 25.5%
234 63 4 Fiat 500L 228 1,127 79.8%
235 18 1 Kia K900 228 69 230.4%
236 24 10 Mazda Mazda5 222 407 45.5%
237 1 17 VW Eos 201 186 8.1%
238 7 1 Hyundai Equus 198 228 13.2%
239 12 4 Chevrolet Caprice 196 288 31.9%
240 20 6 Bentley 0 188 323 41.8%
241 13 13 Jaguar XJ 179 281 36.3%
242 2 Ferrari 0 177 175 1.1%
243 20 8 Audi TT 176 16 1000.0%
244 71 26 Nissan Xterra 169 1,087 84.5%
245 1 5 Chevrolet SS 148 105 41.0%
246 14 1 Acura RLX 120 225 46.7%
247 4 3 BMW i8 118 126 6.3%
248 new 1 Mercedes-Benz GT 118 0 new
249 3 1 Rolls-Royce 0 95 75 26.7%
250 3 ASTON MARTIN 0 85 102 16.7%
251 10 2 BMW Z4 81 168 51.8%
252 10 1 Cadillac ELR 67 155 56.8%
253 1 1 Lamborghini 0 63 59 6.8%
254 2 1 Dodge Viper 50 45 11.1%
255 new 2 Alfa Romeo 4C 44 0 new
256 20 4 Mercedes-Benz B class 41 193 78.8%
257 13 1 Nissan GT-R 34 122 72.1%
258 29 1 Honda Insight 30 278 89.2%
259 new 1 Toyota Mirai 23 0 new
260 60 1 Dodge Avenger 14 540 97.4%
261 3 1 LOTUS 0 13 15 13.3%
262 new new TESLA Model X 12 0 new
263 8 3 Audi R8 10 51 80.4%
264 14 2 Scion iQ 7 82 91.5%
265 26 4 Nissan Cube 4 183 97.8%
266 119 3 Ram Cargo van 4 1,709 99.8%
267 5 2 Mitsubishi i-MiEV 4 18 77.8%
268 43 2 Mazda Mazda2 3 302 99.0%
269 68 new Honda Ridgeline 3 535 99.4%
270 53 3 Scion xD 2 352 99.4%
271 10 new Porsche 918 Spyder 2 20 90.0%
272 83 3 Toyota FJ Cruiser 1 714 99.9%
273 6 2 Mercedes-Benz SLS 1 3 66.7%
274 26 10 Jaguar XK 0 95 100.0%
275 15 7 Acura TSX 0 20 100.0%
276 25 2 Chevrolet Captiva Sport 0 78 100.0%
277 20 2 Subaru Tribeca 0 30 100.0%
278 13 1 Mercedes-Benz CL 0 11 100.0%
279 13 1 Acura ZDX 0 3 100.0%
280 12 1 Cadillac Escalade EXT 0 3 100.0%
281 12 1 Chevrolet Avalanche 0 2 100.0%
282 12 1 Lexus LFA 0 1 100.0%