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The new Ram Pickup was second on the sales chart for the first time since May 2017 (based on our estimates of monthly sales of the Chevrolet Silverado), though its absolute sales were still only two-thirds that of the market titan, Ford F-series
Both Toyota and Honda are struggling with their bread and butter models, with RAV4, Camry, Accord, Civic and Corolla all seeing their sales fall by between 20% and 40%, and only the CR-V just about holding to its sales
Two models in the Top 11-20 reached their highest ranking ever: Jeep Cherokee, in 11th place, and the ever-rising Tesla Model 3 in 13th place (note: ranking based on sales estimates for Tesla)
Looking further down, two Ford models dipped to their lowest rankings since the beginning of 2015: the Escape, in 16th place, and Focus, all the way down in 60th place
Dodge Grand Caravan had a great month, with sales more than quadrupling on Sep’17, brining it into the green in 2018
After a great start, the new Mazda CX-5 fell to its lower position in a year (44th) as sales fell by more than 15%
The new Audi Q5 rose to the top of its segment in 58th spot
Sales of the Nissan Versa collapsed to just a third of the Sep’17 volume
Tesla Model X climbed to its highest ranking ever (95th), and has now outsold the Model S for three straight months
New model highlights
The new BMW X2 seems to be a giant hit but buyers, so much so that in September it led the segment sales, outselling models such as Mercedes-Benz GLA, Audi Q3, its own more practical but less-sexy brother, the X1, and, by a factor of two, the much-vaunted Volvo XC40
Sales of the new Subaru Ascent reached a new peak of almost 6,000 units
The new Nissan Kicks seems to be quite the hit with the buyers – while it could not quite top the almost-4,000 units sold in August, Sep’18 was still a better month for the model than its predecessor, the Juke, registered in its final four years on the market
Sales of the latest Honda Clarity topped 2,000 for the first time, while those of its Insight cousin hovered around the 2,000 mark for a third month in a row, at about half the level of its main competitor, the Toyota Prius
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