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US car sales analysis – first half 2021

US auto sales bounced back in the first half of 2021 from a year earlier, when pandemic restrictions disrupted sales. A 28.8% gain on the first half of 2020 brings the market almost back to pre-pandemic levels, as the 8.34 million deliveries are down just 1.1% on the first half of 2019. However, the gains are not shared equally among automakers and may not be long-lived as computer chip shortages plague the industry and are causing factory shutdowns, limiting new-vehicle supplies. A shortage of vehicles to sell at the end of the first half has hurt  some companies more than others, most notably Ford Motor Co. and Subaru, while other automakers will start to feel the same issues in the third quarter. By the end of June, dealer inventories of vehicles have dropped 61% year over year to just above 30 days. Among brands with the lowest supplies in June were Toyota, Lexus, Chevrolet, GMC, Kia, Subaru, Honda and Land Rover, which may hurt their sales for the rest of the year. On the other hand, Alfa Romeo, Fiat, Genesis, Infiniti, Mitsubishi, Buick, Jeep, Ram and Audi had the highest stockpiles.

Utility vehicles (SUVs, crossovers, pickup trucks and vans) are up 31.5% and jump to a record 76.6% of the US car market, while car models (sedans, hatchbacks, wagons, coupes and convertibles) are down 1.9% to just 23.4%. American brands are up just 15.2% and lose 4.4 percentage points of market share compared to the 2020 full year, to 40.8%. Japanese brands are up 38.4% to gain 2.7 percentage points of market share to 39.3%, the highest since 2009. European brands are up 40.1% to gain half a percentage point of market share to 10.3%. If they can stay above 10% for the rest of the  year, it will be a new annual record and the first time with double digit share. South-Korean brands outperform all others at +48.1% to gain 1.3 percentage points of market share to 9.7%, also on the way to a new annual record.

Brands highlights:

  • Toyota jumps to the top of the brands ranking with sales up 44.1%, gining 2.4 percentage points of market share while Ford is the worst performing brand in the top-15, up just 4.6% and losing 2.6 percentage points of share. Chevorlet stays in third place but loses 1.5 percentage points of market share with sales up 11.9%.
  • Honda and Nissan outperform the market with gains of around 39% each, while Jeep underperforms at +13.5%.
  • Hyundai is the best performing brand in the top-10, growing by almost 50%, and sister brand Kia is the third-best performer, leapfrogging RAM and Subaru. RAM gains share and distances the latter.
  • Volkswagen and Mazda have a great first half of the year, with the Japanese brand moving ahead of Mercedes-Benz.
  • Luxury brands are having a 2021 so far, outpacing mainstream brands. When exluding vans which are not luxury models, Mercedes-Benz is up 26.3%, allowing BMW to take over the luxury crown thanks to sales up 52.2%. Lexus is not far behind in third place with sales up 47.7%, followed by Tesla up 55.5%, Audi up 59.9% and Acura up 57.9%.
  • Dodge (-4.6%), Infiniti (-11.3%), Jaguar (-21.4%) and Fiat (-30.8%) are the only brands losing sales compared to 2020, the latter two also the slowest selling brands in the US, with Jaguar dropping behind Alfa Romeo, Mini and Genesis. Thanks to the addition of two crossover models, Genesis is the best performing brand with sales up 155.9%, followed by Buick at +61% and Audi at +59.9%.
  • Volvo passes Chrysler and Mitsubishi to move into 23td place, closing in on Cadillac. Land Rover moves ahead of Infiniti into #27, with Porsche not far behind either, as the German brand has its best first half ever in terms of sales.

Brands ranking

Brand 2021 2020 Change 2021 share 2020 share
1 Toyota 1.134.166 786.960 44,1% 13,6% 12,2%
2 Ford 941.047 900.089 4,6% 11,3% 13,9%
3 Chevrolet 858.633 767.339 11,9% 10,3% 11,8%
4 Honda 745.126 536.297 38,9% 8,9% 8,3%
5 Nissan 546.764 393.281 39,0% 6,6% 6,1%
6 Jeep 407.984 359.386 13,5% 4,9% 5,5%
7 Hyundai 407.135 272.597 49,4% 4,9% 4,2%
8 Kia 378.511 263.337 43,7% 4,5% 4,1%
9 Ram 350.670 268.169 30,8% 4,2% 4,1%
10 Subaru 321.250 267.110 20,3% 3,9% 4,1%
11 GMC 284.264 220.474 28,9% 3,4% 3,4%
12 Volkswagen 211.373 146.137 44,6% 2,5% 2,3%
13 Mazda 189.167 128.869 46,8% 2,3% 2,0%
14 Mercedes-Benz 182.358 145.487 25,3% 2,2% 2,2%
15 BMW 167.994 110.412 52,2% 2,0% 1,7%
16 Lexus 157.712 106.801 47,7% 1,9% 1,6%
17 Tesla 139.300 89.600 55,5% 1,7% 1,4%
18 Dodge 126.302 132.414 -4,6% 1,5% 2,0%
19 Audi 121.835 76.210 59,9% 1,5% 1,2%
20 Buick 111.711 69.390 61,0% 1,3% 1,1%
21 Acura 88.384 55.989 57,9% 1,1% 0,9%
22 Cadillac 73.427 53.621 36,9% 0,9% 0,8%
23 Volvo 63.754 43.255 47,4% 0,8% 0,7%
24 Chrysler 58.637 43.980 33,3% 0,7% 0,7%
25 Mitsubishi 53.377 47.760 11,8% 0,6% 0,7%
26 Lincoln 48.924 46.842 4,4% 0,6% 0,7%
27 Land Rover 40.900 36.434 12,3% 0,5% 0,6%
28 Infiniti 36.937 41.653 -11,3% 0,4% 0,6%
29 Porsche 36.326 24.186 50,2% 0,4% 0,4%
30 Genesis 19.298 7.540 155,9% 0,2% 0,1%
31 Mini 15.625 10.525 48,5% 0,2% 0,2%
32 Alfa Romeo 9.664 7.437 29,9% 0,1% 0,1%
33 Jaguar 9.112 11.586 -21,4% 0,1% 0,2%
34 Fiat 1.706 2.467 -30,8% 0,0% 0,0%

Models highlights:

  • The Ford F-Series remains on top of the models charts for now, but America’s top seller for the past 39 years was outsold in Q2 by both of its rivals RAM Pickup and Chevrolet Silverado as Ford didn’t have enough chips to produce all the pickup trucks it could have sold. And with no end of the shortage in sight, 2021 could become a historic year with a new best selling vehicle for the first time in 40 years. The RAM moved into second place ahead of the Silverado but is still almost 50,000 sales behind the F-Series so the latter does have a comfortable lead for now. Ford also has an extra ace up its sleeve with the launch of the all-electric F-150 Lightning planned for the second half fo the year.
  • The Toyota RAV4 remains the best selling non-pickup truck in fourth place, but the Honda CR-V is closing in quickly. The Nissan Rogue is boosted by its new generation to reclaim 6th place and its the best performing nameplate in the top-8. The Toyota Highlander enters the top-10 and is the best performing model in the top-25.
  • Best selling sedan is the Toyota Camry in 7th place, followed by the Toyota Corolla and Honda Civic. The Honda Accord is only in 16th place and the Nissan Sentra makes it only 5 sedans in the top-25.
  • Best selling newcomer is the Tesla Model Y at #26, ahead of the Ford Bronco Sport at #36, the Kia K5 at #44, the Toyota Venza at #72 and the Ford Mustang Mach-E at #139. The Genesis GV80 lands at #164, the Volkswagen ID.4 lands at #191, the Volkswagen Taos at #202, the Audi e-Tron Sportback at #231 and the Infiniti Q55 at #245.
  • The Model Y is also the best selling luxury model at #26, ahead of the Lexus RX at #39, the Tesla Model 3 at #43, the Acura MDX at #70, the BMW X3 at #71 and the Mercedes-Ben GLE at #73. Behind the Model 3, the second best selling luxury sedan is the BMW 3-Series at #102, ahead of the Lexus ES at #103
Model 2021 2020 Change
1 Ford F-series 362.032 367.387 -1,5%
2 Ram Pickup 313.068 246.253 27,1%
3 Chevrolet Silverado 291.322 267.166 9,0%
4 Toyota RAV4 221.195 183.360 20,6%
5 Honda CR-V 213.199 138.898 53,5%
6 Nissan Rogue 182.289 106.965 70,4%
7 Toyota Camry 177.671 125.899 41,1%
8 Toyota Corolla 155.531 109.601 41,9%
9 Honda Civic 152.956 127.858 19,6%
10 Toyota Highlander 144.380 79.071 82,6%
11 Toyota Tacoma 139.296 104.699 33,0%
12 GMC Sierra 138.412 106.833 29,6%
13 Chevrolet Equinox 118.666 124.251 -4,5%
14 Jeep Wrangler 118.666 96.131 23,4%
15 Ford Explorer 118.241 101.149 16,9%
16 Honda Accord 114.707 88.754 29,2%
17 Jeep Grand Cherokee 107.924 96.409 11,9%
18 Subaru Forester 95.965 85.860 11,8%
19 Mazda CX-5 92.621 65.072 42,3%
20 Subaru Outback 87.619 62.305 40,6%
21 Ford Escape 85.492 84.797 0,8%
22 Hyundai Tucson 83.517 57.941 44,1%
23 Chevrolet Traverse 83.431 52.409 59,2%
24 Nissan Sentra 77.859 43.787 77,8%
25 Honda Pilot 76.560 54.815 39,7%
26 Tesla Model Y 76.429 0 New
27 Hyundai Elantra 74.057 48.450 52,9%
28 Toyota 4Runner 69.949 57.428 21,8%
29 Honda HR-V 68.441 36.895 85,5%
30 Jeep Cherokee 67.158 56.938 17,9%
31 Volkswagen Tiguan L 65.153 47.494 37,2%
32 Subaru Crosstrek 64.214 45.732 40,4%
33 Hyundai Santa Fe 63.110 44.185 42,8%
34 Kia Forte 62.159 39.444 57,6%
35 Nissan Altima 61.930 69.049 -10,3%
36 Ford Bronco Sport 60.514 0 New
37 Ford Ranger 58.371 45.988 26,9%
38 Toyota Sienna 57.642 17.208 235,0%
39 Lexus RX 56.644 36.813 53,9%
40 Hyundai Sonata 54.198 30.289 78,9%
41 Kia Sportage 53.374 39.618 34,7%
42 Ford Transit 51.713 54.780 -5,6%
43 Tesla Model 3 51.510 72.000 -28,5%
44 Kia K5 51.104 0 New
45 Hyundai Kona 50.996 30.767 65,7%
46 Chevrolet Tahoe 50.946 36.419 39,9%
47 Jeep Gladiator 48.784 34.827 40,1%
48 Chevrolet TrailBlazer 48.367 6.702 621,7%
49 Kia Sorento 48.313 37.796 27,8%
50 Chrysler Pacifica 47.571 35.594 33,6%
51 Honda Odyssey 47.556 35.917 32,4%
52 Ford Expedition 47.508 32.345 46,9%
53 GMC Acadia 46.222 32.928 40,4%
54 Kia Telluride 45.438 25.376 79,1%
55 Buick Ecore GX 44.679 11.857 276,8%
56 Volkswagen Atlas 44.069 24.972 76,5%
57 Nissan Kicks 43.962 23.162 89,8%
58 Toyota Tundra 43.865 48.880 -10,3%
59 Hyundai Palisade 43.501 35.699 21,9%
60 Volkswagen Jetta 43.009 37.364 15,1%
61 GMC Yukon 42.315 24.608 72,0%
62 Dodge Charger 42.103 30.084 40,0%
63 Nissan Versa 41.321 19.842 108,3%
64 Chevrolet Blazer 39.855 41.870 -4,8%
65 Ford Edge 39.355 50.651 -22,3%
66 Chevrolet Colorado 38.859 41.273 -5,8%
67 Kia Soul 38.780 34.041 13,9%
68 Toyota Prius 38.763 20.483 89,2%
69 Dodge Durango 38.415 29.499 30,2%
70 Acura MDX 36.791 17.974 104,7%
71 BMW X3 36.273 20.074 80,7%
72 Toyota Venza 35.834 0 New
73 Mercedes-Benz GLE 35.705 21.302 67,6%
74 Chevrolet Trax 35.047 50.708 -30,9%
75 Jeep Compass 34.154 48.221 -29,2%
76 Mazda CX-30 33.904 16.956 100,0%
77 Audi Q5 33.566 18.031 86,2%
78 GMC Terrain 33.533 39.231 -14,5%
79 Kia Seltos 32.185 14.078 128,6%
80 Lexus NX 32.066 22.725 41,1%
81 Ford Mustang 31.950 33.786 -5,4%
82 Chevrolet Malibu 31.886 47.944 -33,5%
83 Jeep Renegade 31.294 26.859 16,5%
84 Mercedes-Benz GLC 30.149 22.559 33,6%
85 Dodge Challenger 30.148 22.018 36,9%
86 Chevrolet Express 29.429 22.315 31,9%
87 BMW X5 29.244 19.155 52,7%
88 Ram ProMaster 29.009 17.498 65,8%
89 Subaru Ascent 28.373 31.397 -9,6%
90 Acura RDX 27.690 22.750 21,7%
91 Nissan Murano 27.019 29.975 -9,9%
92 Honda Passport 26.694 16.023 66,6%
93 Nissan Frontier 26.392 19.074 38,4%
94 Ford EcoSport 26.304 30.155 -12,8%
95 Buick Envision 26.002 14.813 75,5%
96 Volkswagen Atlas Cross Sport 25.828 7.885 227,6%
97 Buick Enclave 25.713 16.205 58,7%
98 Chevrolet Suburban 24.516 16.511 48,5%
99 Toyota C-HR 24.443 21.424 14,1%
100 Honda Ridgeline 24.370 14.505 68,0%
101 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport 23.983 16.785 42,9%
102 BMW 3-series 23.776 18.326 29,7%
103 Lexus ES 22.792 17.009 34,0%
104 Mazda3 21.634 16.228 33,3%
105 Cadillac Escalade 20.716 10.555 96,3%
106 Volvo XC60 20.592 12.212 68,6%
107 Chevrolet Bolt EV 20.288 8.371 142,4%
108 Mazda CX-9 20.265 13.451 50,7%
109 Volvo XC90 19.981 13.899 43,8%
110 Cadillac XT5 19.346 14.806 30,7%
111 Chevrolet Spark 19.259 14.663 31,3%
112 Audi Q3 18.445 9.967 85,1%
113 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 18.170 14.582 24,6%
114 Mercedes-Benz C-Class 17.795 13.382 33,0%
115 Nissan Titan 17.776 12.196 45,8%
116 Audi Q7 17.705 10.650 66,2%
117 Mercedes-Benz GLB 17.441 11.519 51,4%
118 Ford E-series 17.335 15.900 9,0%
119 Subaru Impreza 17.165 18.620 -7,8%
120 Ford Transit Connect 16.940 14.325 18,3%
121 Kia Rio 16.673 11.747 41,9%
122 Acura TLX 15.412 9.414 63,7%
123 Lexus GX 15.406 11.316 36,1%
124 Mercedes-Benz E-class 15.305 13.123 16,6%
125 Buick Encore 15.255 24.271 -37,1%
126 Hyundai Venue 15.050 7.171 109,9%
127 Nissan Armada 14.894 13.154 13,2%
128 Volvo XC40 14.866 9.520 56,2%
129 Chevrolet Corvette 14.582 6.279 132,2%
130 Subaru WRX 14.272 10.333 38,1%
131 Mercedes-Benz GLS 14.042 11.633 20,7%
132 Infiniti QX50 13.749 9.069 51,6%
133 Mitsubishi Mirage 13.722 8.453 62,3%
134 BMW 5-series 13.701 10.335 32,6%
135 Nissan Pathfinder 13.552 26.953 -49,7%
136 Lincoln Corsair/MKC 13.507 11.133 21,3%
137 Lexus IS 13.393 5.092 163,0%
138 Cadillac XT6 13.141 9.205 42,8%
139 Ford Mustang Mach E 12.975 0 New
140 Subaru Legacy 12.921 11.901 8,6%
141 Dodge Journey 12.765 20.586 -38,0%
142 Nissan NV200 12.572 7.977 57,6%
143 BMW 4-series 12.533 3.957 216,7%
144 GMC Canyon 12.491 9.708 28,7%
145 Audi A4 / S4 12.201 8.364 45,9%
146 Kia Carnival/Sedona 11.859 7.014 69,1%
147 Lincoln Aviator 11.856 9.682 22,5%
148 Kia Niro 11.817 8.252 43,2%
149 Porsche Macan 11.489 7.741 48,4%
150 Ford Fusion 11.453 61.421 -81,4%
151 Lincoln Nautilus / MKX 11.427 10.281 11,1%
152 Volkswagen Passat 11.367 10.101 12,5%
153 Mitsubishi Outlander 11.314 16.176 -30,1%
154 Audi A5 / S5 11.295 10.311 9,5%
155 GMC Savana 11.291 7.166 57,6%
156 BMW X7 11.279 8.653 30,3%
157 Hyundai Ioniq 11.107 5.438 104,2%
158 Chrysler 300 11.062 8.383 32,0%
159 Mercedes-Benz GLA 10.617 7.797 36,2%
160 Toyota Avalon 10.328 7.563 36,6%
161 Porsche Cayenne 10.234 7.644 33,9%
162 Land Rover Range Rover Sport 10.190 9.254 10,1%
163 Hyundai Accent 10.104 8.294 21,8%
164 Genesis GV80 10.077 0 New
165 Mazda6 10.026 8.085 24,0%
166 BMW X1 10.022 6.440 55,6%
167 Nissan Maxima 9.965 10.086 -1,2%
168 Chevrolet Camaro 9.881 13.860 -28,7%
169 Honda Insight 9.867 6.964 41,7%
170 Mini Cooper 9.765 6.170 58,3%
171 Lexus UX 9.524 7.349 29,6%
172 Nissan NV van 9.372 6.616 41,7%
173 BMW 2-series 9.340 5.576 67,5%
174 Lincoln Navigator 9.228 6.575 40,3%
175 Honda Fit 8.673 13.887 -37,5%
176 Audi Q8 8.625 4.422 95,0%
177 Ram ProMaster City 8.593 4.418 94,5%
178 Infiniti Q50 8.482 9.218 -8,0%
179 Land Rover Defender 8.313 600 1285,5%
180 Acura ILX 8.233 5.395 52,6%
181 Volkswagen Golf 7.978 14.377 -44,5%
182 Cadillac XT4 7.966 9.140 -12,8%
183 Nissan Leaf 7.729 3.007 157,0%
184 Infiniti QX80 7.631 9.236 -17,4%
185 Land Rover Range Rover 7.615 6.982 9,1%
186 Audi A6 / S6 7.392 4.568 61,8%
187 Volvo 60 series 7.371 6.738 9,4%
188 Cadillac CT5 6.825 5.575 22,4%
189 Mazda MX-5 Miata 6.677 4.320 54,6%
190 Kia Stinger 6.498 6.351 2,3%
191 Volkswagen ID.4 6.230 0 New
192 Tesla Model X 6.206 9.000 -31,0%
193 Land Rover Range Rover Velar 5.989 6.117 -2,1%
194 Mercedes-Benz A-Class 5.913 7.801 -24,2%
195 Porsche Taycan 5.367 1.039 416,6%
196 Mini Countryman 5.351 3.320 61,2%
197 Alfa Romeo Stelvio 5.313 3.915 35,7%
198 Tesla Model S 5.155 8.600 -40,1%
199 Audi e-tron 5.122 2.872 78,3%
200 Jaguar F-Pace 5.112 5.892 -13,2%
201 Porsche 911 5.108 4.835 5,6%
202 Volkswagen Taos 4.939 0 New
203 Cadillac CT4 4.930 632 680,1%
204 Genesis G70 4.789 4.392 9,0%
205 Mercedes-Benz CLA 4.696 6.211 -24,4%
206 BMW X6 4.612 2.452 88,1%
207 Mercedes-Benz G-class 4.571 3.370 35,6%
208 Toyota Supra 4.548 2.294 98,3%
209 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross 4.358 6.346 -31,3%
210 BMW X4 4.351 3.161 37,6%
211 Toyota Sequoia 4.338 2.528 71,6%
212 Infiniti QX60 4.306 12.171 -64,6%
213 Alfa Romeo Giulia 4.284 3.451 24,1%
214 Mazda CX-3 4.040 4.757 -15,1%
215 BMW 7-series 3.915 2.848 37,5%
216 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque 3.819 6.011 -36,5%
217 BMW 8-series 3.781 3.441 9,9%
218 Land Rover Discovery Sport 3.578 3.859 -7,3%
219 Toyota Land Cruiser 3.550 1.250 184,0%
220 Mercedes-Benz Metris 3.542 3.698 -4,2%
221 BMW X2 3.367 4.054 -16,9%
222 Genesis G80 2.992 2.001 49,5%
223 Dodge Grand Caravan 2.867 30.222 -90,5%
224 Volkswagen Arteon 2.781 1.585 75,5%
225 Porsche 718 2.412 872 176,6%
226 Mercedes-AMG GT 2.329 1.817 28,2%
227 Audi A7 / S7 2.311 1.244 85,8%
228 Lexus LX 2.289 1.814 26,2%
229 Lexus LS 2.251 1.426 57,9%
230 Honda Clarity 2.103 1.780 18,1%
231 Audi e-tron Sportback 1.762 0 New
232 Porsche Panamera 1.716 2.055 -16,5%
233 Lexus RC 1.702 1.537 10,7%
234 Lincoln MKZ 1.633 6.467 -74,7%
235 Toyota Mirai 1.597 209 664,1%
236 Lexus LC 1.575 415 279,5%
237 Infiniti Q60 1.526 1.697 -10,1%
238 Chevrolet Sonic 1.512 6.452 -76,6%
239 Jaguar E-Pace 1.470 1.896 -22,5%
240 Mercedes-Benz S-class 1.416 4.183 -66,1%
241 Land Rover Discovery 1.396 3.611 -61,3%
242 Hyundai Veloster 1.361 4.287 -68,3%
243 Audi A3 1.330 4.139 -67,9%
244 Lincoln Continental 1.273 2.575 -50,6%
245 Infiniti QX55 1.242 0 New
246 Jaguar F-Type 1.212 800 51,5%
247 Audi A8 / S8 1.113 1.017 9,4%
248 Toyota 86 1.034 1.349 -23,4%
249 Volvo 90 series 944 886 6,5%
250 BMW Z4 891 1.455 -38,8%
251 Fiat 124 Spider 873 969 -9,9%
252 Genesis G90 862 1.147 -24,8%
253 BMW i3 851 252 237,7%
254 Ford Bronco 801 0 New
255 Subaru BRZ 721 962 -25,1%
256 Chevrolet Impala 714 6.998 -89,8%
257 Fiat 500X 668 678 -1,5%
258 Audi TT 612 426 43,7%
259 Jaguar I-Pace 609 1.046 -41,8%
260 Jaguar XF 594 349 70,2%
261 Mini Clubman 509 1.035 -50,8%
262 Mercedes-Benz SL 444 795 -44,2%
263 Audi R8 356 199 78,9%
264 Kia Cadenza 225 670 -66,4%
265 Mercedes-Benz SLC 222 920 -75,9%
266 Toyota Yaris 201 3.714 -94,6%
267 Acura RLX 198 401 -50,6%
268 Cadillac CT6 171 2.550 -93,3%
269 Cadillac XTS 170 737 -76,9%
270 Cadillac CTS 162 328 -50,6%
271 Fiat 500L 153 254 -39,8%
272 Hyundai Nexo 134 76 76,3%
273 Jaguar XE 101 886 -88,6%
274 Nissan GT-R 99 128 -22,7%
275 Chevrolet Cruze 71 682 -89,6%
276 Lexus GS 70 1.303 -94,6%
277 Kia K900 70 125 -44,0%
278 Alfa Romeo 4C 67 71 -5,6%
279 Ford GT 63 97 -35,1%
280 Acura NSX 60 55 9,1%
281 BMW 6-series 48 118 -59,3%
282 Buick Regal 36 2.024 -98,2%
283 Nissan 370Z 33 1.310 -97,5%
284 Buick LaCrosse 19 209 -90,9%
285 Kia Optima 16 38.825 -100,0%
286 Jaguar XJ 14 717 -98,0%
287 Fiat 500 12 566 -97,9%
288 BMW i8 10 115 -91,3%
289 Volkswagen Beetle 9 2.332 -99,6%
290 Buick Cascada 7 11 -36,4%
291 Jeep Patriot 4 1 300,0%
292 Volkswagen Touareg 4 2 100,0%
293 Chrysler 200 3 3 0,0%
294 Volkswagen CC 3 20 -85,0%
295 Volkswagen Tiguan 3 5 -40,0%
296 Chevrolet Volt 2 62 -96,8%
297 Dodge Dart 2 5 -60,0%
298 Dodge Viper 2 0 New
299 Mercedes-Benz B-class 1 1 0,0%
300 Infiniti QX30 1 133 -99,2%
301 Toyota FJ Cruiser 1 0 New
302 Ford Fiesta 0 3.157 -100,0%
303 Cadillac ATS 0 93 -100,0%
304 Mercedes-Benz CLS 0 794 -100,0%
305 Infiniti Q70 0 129 -100,0%
306 Lincoln MKT 0 129 -100,0%
307 Ford Flex 0 4.151 -100,0%
308 Honda CR-Z 0 1 -100,0%
309 Chevrolet City Express 0 2.404 -100,0%