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USA September 2016: Ram above Silverado, Jeep down

ram-1500-rebel-usa-september-2016-picture-courtesy-automobilemag-comThe Ram Pickup outsells the Chevrolet Silverado for the 2nd time in history this month. 

* See the Top 15 groups, Top 40 brands and Top 288 models by clicking on the title *

It’s official: the U.S. market has plateaued. In September, new light vehicle sales decline year-on-year for the second consecutive month and the 4th time so far in 2016 at -0.5% to 1.435.689 units. This means the year-to-date tally is now up just 0.5% after 9 months to 13.115.309. The last year when volumes declined so many times was 2009 when sales dropped eight months out of twelve. The seasonally adjusted annualised sales rate (SAAR) ends up being higher than forecasts at 17.74 million, up from 16.97 in August but down from 18.04 in September 2015. A strong end of 2015 makes it unlikely for the U.S. market to post a 7th consecutive year of growth – it will have to settle for a slight decline but remains at incredibly high levels. Cars continue to handicap the overall market with sales down another 7.1% to 575.114 or just 40% share and down 8.2% year-to-date to 5.429.943 whereas light trucks gain 4.5% to 860.575 and 7.7% year-to-date to 7.685.366.

Jeep Wrangler USA September 2016Jeep posts a negative result for the first time in 3 years, the Wrangler is down 18%.

General Motors registers a 6th consecutive decline at -0.6% to 249.795 units but retail sales are up 0.3%, with Buick up 14% and Cadillac up 3% but Chevrolet down 0.3% and GMC down 9%. Ford Motor’s overall volume is down a harsh 8% to 203.444 with retail sales down 4% and fleet deliveries freefalling 21%. Toyota Motor ends 4 consecutive months of declines with a 1.5% growth to 197.260, spread evenly across the Toyota brand now including ex-Scion-branded models (+1.4%) and Lexus (+2%). Honda Motor skids down 0.1% to 133.655 sales with Acura (-13%) the sole culprit as the Honda brand gains 2%, Nissan is up 4.9% to 127.797 with the Nissan brand up 4.3% and Infiniti up 12%, Hyundai-Kia is up 2% to 115.830 as Hyundai gains 4% but Kia drops 1%, Subaru gains 3.5% to lift its year-to-date tally to a record 446.887 units (+4.2%) and the Volkswagen Group (-3%) endures an 11th consecutive month of decline by VW (-7.8%) just as Audi posts an 83rd consecutive year-on-year gain at +1.6%.

Mercedes GLC USA September 2016. Picture courtesy caranddriver.comMercedes cements its position as #1 luxury brand in the U.S., partly thanks to the GLC (+137%). 

But the big news this month come from FCA Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, down 0.9% to 192.883 – a relative stability that hides vast disparities across brands. Ram surges 27% to 51.866 sales thanks to an exceptional month by the Ram Pickup up 29% to 47.792, outselling the Chevrolet Silverado (down 16% to 45.380) for the 2nd place overall for the second time in history along with March 2014. In fact, since BSCB started following the U.S. market monthly in July 2004, only once has the Ram Pickup posted a higher monthly volume: in July 2005 at 48.710. Chevrolet dismisses this as a freak event due to stronger-than-usual incentives by Ram. Although true, high incentives are the norm this month for full-size pickups and haven’t been that high since December 2008 in the midst of the last recession. According to JD Power, average incentives on the Ram Pickup in September 2016 are up 29% year-on-year to $7.082, compared to $5.647 for the Silverado (+21%) and $5.173 for the Ford F-Series, whose volume is down 3% this month to 67.809.

chevrolet-colorado-usa-september-2016-picture-courtesy-caranddriver-comThe Chevrolet Colorado hits a record 36th spot in the U.S. in September. 

If Dodge (-6%), Chrysler (-27%), Fiat (-30%) and Alfa Romeo (-27%) all post dismal results, these are in line with their recent under-performance whereas the big surprise comes from Jeep, posting its first year-on-year decline in three years at -2.7% to 76.331. The last time the Jeep brand was in negative, in September 2013, was the month before the then-delayed Jeep Cherokee hit the U.S. market. Although not a surefire sign for Jeep’s near future, this decline raises a few red flags, especially given the fact that the sales drop is spread across the majority of its lineup: the Cherokee is down 12% despite reported $7.000 incentives, the Renegade down 13%, the Compass down 16% despite regional incentives as high as $4.750 and the Wrangler down 18%. The only Jeep gainers are the Grand Cherokee up 18% and Patriot up 33% in runout mode before its discontinuation.

chevrolet-trax-usa-september-2016-picture-courtesy-topspeed-comThe Chevrolet Trax gets a 39% boost thanks to its facelift. 

Local press outlet Automotive News points that Jeep’s sales losses “stand out in September within their respective market segments: while Renegade sales are down 13% and its inventory level at 114-days – the highest of all Jeep nameplates – other subcompact crossovers, such as the Subaru Crosstrek, Honda HR-V, Chevrolet Trax and Mazda CX-3, are up by double digits. And while Cherokee and Wrangler are down, the competing Toyota 4Runner in the midsize SUV segment is up 21%. In the race to the luxury U.S. crown, Mercedes cements its domination with sales up 1.7% to 29.500 excliuding Sprinter and Metris LCVs, compared to 25.801 for Lexus (+2%) and 25.389 for BMW (-4.6%). Year-to-date, Mercedes leads with 249.204 (-0.2%) ahead of Lexus at 236.193 (-4.5%) and BMW at 230.133 (-7.9%).

chrysler-pacifica-usa-september-2016-picture-courtesy-caranddriver-comThe Chrysler Pacifica breaks into the Top 50 for the first time this month. 

The high level of discounts throughout 2016 is another factor dimming analysts’ optimism for the rest of the year and 2017. Automotive News reports that “According to J.D. Power, incentives reached an all-time record of $3.923 per vehicle in September, whereas the previous record of $3.753 was set in December 2008, the month that the U.S. government first issued emergency funding to General Motors in preparation for its eventual bankruptcy filing.” TrueCar for its part estimates industry incentives at $3.387, up 8% year-on-year. Based on TrueCar figures , BMW has by far the largest average incentive per vehicle this month at a whopping $6.732, up 44% on September 2015. It is followed by Daimler at $4.342 (-9%), FCA at $4.302 (+23%), GM at $4.101 (+2%), Ford at $4.092 (+11%), Volkswagen Group at $3.910 (+23%) and Nissan at $3.896 (+12%). Below the market average are Kia at $2.763 (-2%), Hyundai at $2.431 (+1%) and Toyota at $2.330 (-0.1%) and remaining at negligible levels are Honda at $1.722 (-17%) and Subaru at $1.014 (+69%).

lincoln-continental-usa-september-2016-picture-courtesy-caranddriver-comThe Lincoln Continental lands at #200 this month. 

Over in the models aisle, below the pickup podium mentioned above the Honda CR-V gains 6% to consolidate its #1 SUV ranking at 31.884 sales and 263.493 year-to-date vs. 29.438 and 260.380 for its archenemy the Toyota RAV4, up 9% this month. The Toyota Corolla (+17%) becomes the best-selling passenger car in the country above the Camry (-11%), Honda Civic (-0.3%) and Accord (-19%). The Nissan Rogue (+6%) rounds up the Top 10, with the Chevrolet Malibu (+26%), Subaru Outback (+12%), Toyota Tacoma (+35%) and Highlander (+21%) delivering some of the largest gains in the Top 30. Below, the Chevrolet Colorado hits a record #36 rank and 10.383 sales, up 42% year-on-year, the Dodge Charger is up 35%, the Chevrolet Tahoe up 64%, Toyota Tundra up 18% and Chevrolet Trax up 39%.

alfa-romeo-giulia-usa-september-2016-picture-courtesy-caranddriver-comIt’s finally here! The Alfa Romeo Giulia makes its first appearance in the U.S. sales charts.

The Chrysler Pacifica leads recent launches (<12 months) and breaks into the Top 50 for the first time at #45 and an all-time high 9.172 deliveries in September. Only the Cadillac XT5 manages to rank within the Top 150 at #90 with 4.698 units. The Buick Envision (#154), Cadillac CT6 (#166), Tesla Model X (#169) and Genesis G80 (#177) are the next most popular newcomers. We welcome three new arrivals in the U.S. sales charts this month: the most successful is the Lincoln Continental landing directly at #200 with 775 sales, followed by the Genesis G90 at #277 and 10 units and the Alfa Romeo Giulia at #279 and 7 deliveries.

Previous month: USA August 2016: Light trucks outsell cars by 52%, market down 4%

One year ago: USA September 2015: Market up 16% to highest SAAR in a decade (again)

Full September 2016 Top 15 groups, Top 40 brands and Top 288 models below.

USA September 2016 – groups:

PosGroupSep-16/15Aug2016/15PosFY15
1General Motors249,795-1%12,212,397-4%11
2Ford Motor Co203,444-8%21,977,2931%22
3Toyota Motor Corporation197,2601%31,822,418-2%33
4Fiat Chrysler Automobiles192,883-1%41,714,3604%44
5American Honda133,6550%51,228,3803%55
6Nissan North America127,7975%71,183,0245%66
7Hyundai-Kia115,8302%61,079,4522%77
8Subaru54,9183%8446,8874%89
9Volkswagen Group46,491-3%9425,168-6%98
10Daimler AG33,0753%10278,4041%1011
11BMW Group29,413-5%11269,119-9%1110
12Mazda24,889-3%12224,267-7%1212
13Jaguar Land Rover8,29921%1374,46725%1314
14Mitsubishi7,1910%1574,3511%1413
15Volvo Cars NA5,6152%1458,40127%1515

USA September 2016 – brands:

PosBrandSep-16/15Aug2016/15PosFY15
1Ford194,647-8%11,896,8580%11
2Chevrolet170,2370%31,531,912-4%32
3Toyota167,7713%21,532,767-3%23
4Honda120,8422%41,108,6535%44
5Nissan116,3844%51,086,2496%55
6Jeep76,331-3%6707,10612%66
7Hyundai65,3992%7584,9801%77
8Subaru54,9183%8446,8874%99
9Ram51,86627%10400,30011%1012
10Kia49,220-1%9491,7643%88
11GMC43,268-9%12391,432-5%1210
12Dodge42,935-6%11394,9402%1111
13Mercedes32,4704%13263,763-2%1313
14Lexus25,8012%14236,193-5%1416
15BMW25,389-5%17230,133-8%1615
16Mazda24,889-3%16224,267-7%1718
17Volkswagen24,112-8%15231,268-12%1514
18Buick20,92214%18169,7671%1919
19Chrysler18,797-27%20186,497-22%1817
20Audi17,6172%19152,1793%2020
21Cadillac15,3683%21119,286-5%2222
22Acura12,813-13%22119,727-9%2121
23Infiniti11,41312%2396,7751%2323
24Lincoln8,7971%2480,4359%2424
25Mitsubishi7,1910%2674,3511%2525
26Land Rover5,637-4%2754,39112%2726
27Volvo5,6152%2558,50727%2627
28Porsche4,4791%2940,2462%2930
29Mini4,024-9%3038,911-15%3028
30Scion3,688-43%2853,45836%2829
31Tesla3,60064%3126,90078%3132
32Fiat2,913-30%3325,099-19%3231
33Jaguar2,662168%3220,34981%3333
34Genesis1,211new342,708new36
35Maserati1,18536%358,156-3%3434
36Smart605-19%374,044-26%3535
37Bentley283155%361,475-18%3836
38Ferrari21258%381,8126%3737
39Rolls Royce7811%396726%4038
40Lamborghini771%408030%3939
41Alfa Romeo41-27%41418-18%4140

USA September 2016 – models:

PosModelSep-16/15Aug2016/15PosFY15
1Ford F-Series67,809-3%1595,6566%11
2Ram Pick-up47,79229%3361,0868%33
3Chevrolet Silverado45,380-16%2425,556-3%22
4Honda CR-V31,8847%4263,4932%77
5Toyota Corolla31,16717%9275,818-1%65
6Toyota Camry30,707-11%7297,453-9%44
7Toyota RAV429,4389%5260,38014%810
8Honda Civic28,1840%8283,78314%58
9Honda Accord27,204-19%10258,619-2%96
10Nissan Rogue26,4596%6241,61913%1113
11Ford Escape25,065-12%11234,7641%1211
12Nissan Altima25,0313%17242,321-8%109
13Chevrolet Malibu21,52126%22170,38916%1625
14Ford Fusion20,570-18%18210,462-9%1312
15Hyundai Elantra19,382-6%15157,050-19%2016
16Ford Explorer19,146-8%14188,425-1%1415
17Jeep Grand Cherokee18,50718%19153,9269%2224
18GMC Sierra18,068-9%20164,4402%1818
19Jeep Cherokee17,995-12%12158,346-1%1919
20Subaru Outback16,97812%21126,42617%2931
21Subaru Forester15,8833%16130,6521%2728
22Toyota Tacoma15,72335%23142,7217%2426
23Hyundai Sonata15,347-5%28155,271-2%2120
24Chevrolet Equinox15,261-29%25173,736-19%1514
25Chevrolet Cruze15,2168%13138,012-22%2617
26Toyota Highlander14,93721%27127,0459%2830
27Jeep Wrangler14,255-19%24148,627-6%2322
28Nissan Sentra13,670-4%29169,47610%1721
29Jeep Patriot12,31633%3296,0397%3742
30Dodge Journey12,0916%3477,946-5%5151
31Kia Soul11,885-13%30107,823-4%3132
32Nissan Versa11,553-36%38106,455-3%3233
33Hyundai Santa Fe11,3506%2698,29811%3643
34Ford Focus11,160-17%33140,049-15%2523
35Ford Transit10,7996%31112,60731%3045
36Chevrolet Colorado10,38342%4980,04727%4864
37Ford Edge10,3221%36103,0768%3338
38Dodge Charger10,05635%5272,2700%5757
39Chevrolet Tahoe10,05164%5970,0008%5961
40Toyota Prius9,794-4%4278,424-13%5044
41Toyota Tundra9,50718%4484,822-5%4541
42Mazda CX-59,3853%3782,4391%4749
43Toyota Sienna9,269-12%4099,510-5%3534
44Honda Pilot9,206-10%4890,999-8%3935
45Chrysler Pacifica9,172new6435,572new102
46Toyota 4Runner9,05821%4183,29817%4655
47Kia Optima9,010-23%4789,327-24%4129
48Honda Odyssey8,954-10%4394,835-4%3837
49Lexus RX8,60511%4576,2409%5352
50Chevrolet Trax8,52639%6754,12426%7480
51VW Jetta8,2997%3589,748-8%4036
52Subaru Crosstrek8,26111%5168,8103%6160
53Kia Forte8,25653%5779,60826%4966
54Dodge Grand Caravan8,179-18%39100,73257%3454
55Kia Sorento8,137-13%5385,6020%4447
56Nissan Pathfinder8,02829%7859,111-6%6765
57Chevrolet Traverse7,922-11%5586,142-7%4340
58Nissan Frontier7,59665%4669,38847%6082
59Nissan Murano7,53646%6360,78235%6681
60Hyundai Accent7,495106%5662,20028%6584
61Subaru Impreza7,469-13%5470,241-7%5853
62BMW 3 Series7,432-19%7453,092-24%7658
63Mazda37,350-5%6674,131-10%5450
64Hyundai Tucson7,333-7%6165,33359%6378
65Buick Encore7,29730%7556,48415%7170
66Chevrolet Impala6,919-26%8174,038-13%5546
67Honda HR-V6,85349%6258,27099%69109
68GMC Acadia6,7952%7158,540-22%6856
69Jeep Renegade6,776-13%6077,252112%5285
70Mercedes C Class6,600-14%7056,334-13%7263
71Chevrolet Camaro6,57725%8254,535-11%7368
72Nissan Maxima6,56970%7249,37684%80112
73Jeep Compass6,482-16%5072,91451%5671
74Ford Mustang6,429-33%5887,258-9%4239
75VW Passat6,335-12%6553,086-17%7767
76Kia Sportage6,28257%6963,51063%6491
77Ford Expedition6,03373%8045,47949%83111
78Subaru Legacy6,027-4%7747,3967%8286
79Dodge Challenger5,69819%8750,958-2%7872
80Chevrolet Express5,663-15%6849,75113%7979
81GMC Terrain5,656-48%7367,912-19%6248
82Chevrolet Suburban5,57558%7939,28210%9297
83Chrysler 3005,459-17%8644,04011%8492
84GMC Yukon5,29634%8535,32518%103107
85Honda Fit5,068296%8443,255-2%8693
86Acura MDX4,93014%9139,578-9%9188
87Mercedes GLC/GLK4,873137%9636,39079%100n/a
88Mercedes E Class/CLS4,8248%9937,576-6%9699
89Lexus NX4,72952%8338,11519%95106
90Cadillac XT54,608new9321,696new135
91VW Golf4,585-13%9441,098-17%8873
92Lexus ES4,543-13%7643,773-7%8574
93Infiniti Q504,35923%10831,163-1%109105
94Dodge Durango4,274-9%8953,09315%7577
95Ford Fiesta4,230-40%9238,807-28%9376
96Mercedes GLE/M Class4,127-20%10737,4813%97157
97Ford E-Series4,0732%9540,1953%9098
98Mazda64,052-11%10635,862-24%10189
99Buick Enclave3,973-16%8840,703-13%8983
100Audi Q53,957-23%10035,195-4%10495
101Buick Verano3,92965%9825,3681%123124
102Acura RDX3,9192%10238,7221%9496
103Chevrolet Sonic3,8512%10341,109-19%8775
104Toyota Avalon3,844-20%10535,028-21%10587
105BMW X33,82926%9731,00349%111123
106Cadillac Escalade3,75033%12326,6876%119118
107BMW X53,74948%10432,818-19%10890
108GMC Yukon XL3,50016%11324,11315%128127
109Audi A43,45739%12125,07711%124125
110Honda Ridgeline3,318new11412,7472375%168268
111Ford Taurus3,275-17%11534,144-10%106100
112Ram ProMaster3,21816%12026,54438%120132
113Chrysler 2003,185-68%10148,959-65%8127
114Hyundai Veloster3,16850%14720,08514%139143
115Infiniti QX603,126-19%11931,0676%110110
116Kia Sedona3,0510%9037,35525%98116
117VW Tiguan2,9881%11830,22536%112119
118Mini Cooper2,988-5%10928,798-9%113113
119GMC Canyon2,94926%11627,20621%117129
120Acura TLX2,908-39%11128,540-18%114101
121Chevrolet Corvette2,82910%12222,719-14%131120
122Mercedes GLS/GL Class2,78214%12621,24410%137134
123Ford Transit Connect2,714-30%11033,753-8%10794
124Lexus IS2,678-15%11226,763-24%118102
125Dodge Dart2,597-63%12737,267-45%9962
126Mitsubishi Outlander Sport2,570-18%13325,518-7%122115
127Nissan Titan2,484130%17310,97415%181189
128Audi Q72,47528%13921,88552%133162
129Volvo XC902,465109%12824,131398%127186
130BMW X12,463191%16518,17277%145181
131Lincoln MKZ2,447-2%12922,8620%130128
132Mercedes Sprinter2,4054%13220,8843%138130
133Lincoln MKX2,3229%13022,71050%132150
134Tesla Model S2,3004%13819,45028%143138
135BMW 4 Series2,289-16%14126,036-23%121103
136Chevrolet Spark2,223-6%12527,681-1%116121
137Audi A32,209-19%12424,863-8%125117
138Kia Rio2,14145%11724,16519%126144
139Lincoln MKC2,0862%13718,7863%144142
140Mercedes GLA2,032-4%19117,407-7%148139
141Chevrolet Volt2,031114%14616,32676%150176
142Porsche Macan1,99872%14013,36230%166182
143Lexus GX1,98423%13517,545-2%147140
144Cadillac XTS1,94822%14214,925-7%157147
145Mitsubishi Outlander1,925-1%14519,46246%142161
146Audi Q31,91970%14314,44448%158183
147Buick LaCrosse1,909-51%15619,829-39%140108
148Mercedes CLA Class1,845-12%15219,551-16%141131
149Mazda CX-91,83418%1499,621-32%187164
150Cadillac ATS1,770-23%13616,130-14%152136
151Mitsubishi Mirage1,75630%15817,750-1%146154
152Nissan Armada1,712104%2158,083-18%196187
153Buick Regal1,696-2%14415,46110%154159
154Buick Envision1,648new1596,126new204
155Audi A61,599-7%14813,709-20%163148
156Ford Flex1,59426%15117,03413%149158
157Range Rover Sport1,532-6%15515,345-1%155155
158BMW 5 Series1,521-63%13127,705-18%115104
159Mazda CX-31,51313%16214,006587%160219
160Cadillac CTS1,50314%16712,148-15%172160
161Fiat 5001,481-25%17411,603-42%175141
162Toyota Prius C1,459-57%16315,893-46%153114
163Mercedes S Class1,440-26%15413,414-16%164152
164Ford C-Max1,428-27%15715,149-12%156153
165Nissan NV1,395-3%16613,3837%165169
166Cadillac CT61,343new1755,391new211
167VW Beetle1,341-13%16011,161-41%180149
168Nissan LEAF1,3166%1889,238-32%190168
169Tesla Model X1,300new1867,450new200275
170Nissan NV2001,284-8%16414,37911%159167
171Porsche Cayenne1,239-6%18011,506-6%178173
172Toyota Prius V1,222-53%16911,241-50%179133
173Infiniti QX501,215362%18112,399485%171225
174Infiniti QX801,20215%17211,79412%173175
175Land Rover Discovery Sport1,2015%19210,346204%183210
176BMW 7 Series1,201796%1779,23945%189199
177Genesis G801,201new1612,698new240
178Scion iA / Toyota Yaris iA1,192-41%13423,1411037%129211
179Volvo XC601,157-48%15013,910-25%161137
180Scion iM / Toyota Corolla iM1,105-18%16813,184874%167228
181Lexus GS1,066-33%17810,964-32%182146
182Mini Countryman1,031-13%17110,045-17%185172
183Range Rover1,006-26%17611,525-8%177165
184GMC Savana1,00438%20713,896-15%162151
185Chrysler Town & Country981-89%15357,926-7%7059
186BMW 2 Series977-9%20612,47047%170184
187Range Rover Evoque965-27%1848,039-26%197180
188Nissan Juke947-55%18316,214-24%151135
189Land Rover LR4933133%1969,13354%192201
190Mitsubishi Lancer923-17%18711,539-19%176166
191Acura ILX916-43%18211,747-12%174163
192Toyota Sequoia907-21%1979,134-2%191188
193Volvo S60889-30%1859,648-23%186171
194Ram ProMaster City856-7%19412,649136%169191
195Hyundai Genesis845-62%17021,663-11%136126
196Fiat 500X839-55%1999,264122%188198
197Jaguar XE829new1983,602new227
198Lexus RC827-29%1898,161-22%194178
199Jaguar F-Pace809new1795,429new210
200Lincoln Continental775new775new260
201Mazda MX-5 Miata752-20%2017,84029%199204
202Audi A5746-21%2006,672-32%203185
203Scion tC738-39%1908,690-36%193174
204Lincoln Navigator674-38%2038,036-8%198190
205Scion FR-S/Toyota 86651-16%2085,754-33%207195
206Lexus CT638-44%2026,821-39%202179
207Smart Fortwo605-19%2324,044-26%222212
208BMW X660481%2115,1240%212207
209Mercedes Metris565new2134,154new219
210Audi A7541-14%2124,588-17%215209
211Nissan 370Z513-10%2104,805-18%214213
212Maserati Ghibli511-21%2144,984-13%213n/a
213Infiniti Q6049793%2541,413-56%253237
214Fiat 124 Spider490new2171,431new252
215Volvo XC704855%2044,39811%217227
216Buick Cascada470new2095,796new205
217Porsche 911465-39%2057,047-7%201197
218Cadillac SRX440-94%19521,786-57%13469
219Hyundai Azera41949%2273,775-19%224224
220Jaguar XF41556%2165,50819%209222
221Infiniti Q70402-35%2234,495-29%216205
222BMW X4400-16%2243,776-16%223218
223BMW i3391-77%1935,763-27%206192
224Kia Cadenza390-55%2453,753-23%225214
225Maserati Levante387new264478new272
226Lexus LX386124%2263,69263%226238
227Infiniti QX70363-24%2424,0623%221223
228Porsche Panamera356-36%2203,341-14%229230
229Lexus LS345-15%2184,113-22%220215
230Toyota Yaris339-42%2228,157-47%195170
231Jaguar XJ336-6%2382,788-5%238240
232Audi A8335-24%2332,951-23%234229
233VW Touareg330-48%2303,208-40%230216
234Mercedes SL Class32626%2212,846-9%236236
235Toyota Land Cruiser325171%2462,55545%244248
236Subaru BRZ3000%2393,362-19%228226
237Chevrolet City Express296-71%2315,750-22%208196
238Audi TT29558%2432,265336%246261
239BMW 6 Series2764%2412,971-50%233206
240Jaguar F-Type273-23%2283,019-10%231232
241Lincoln MKT254-41%2442,944-14%235231
242Mercedes G Class25120%2402,97522%232239
243Infiniti QX30249new267323new280
244Lincoln MKS239-52%2374,322-20%218217
245Mercedes SLC/SLK238-30%2342,559-18%243235
246VW CC234-39%2482,355-48%245220
247Volvo V60 Cross Country23475%2252,11011%249247
248Porsche Cayman224-29%2502,8264%237241
249Maserati Quattroporte21652%2471,7248%251n/a
250Nissan Quest209-68%23610,05532%184193
251Porsche Boxster197-34%2492,163-9%247243
252Honda CR-Z165-47%2521,864-15%250244
253BMW i8158-13%2551,089-19%255251
254Volvo S90147new253608new265
255Volvo V60142-17%2352,603-22%242234
256Bentley Bentayga140new251363new279
257Mercedes AMG GT1112%2589587%258259
258Fiat 500L103-70%2562,761-61%239208
259Acura RLX102-41%2571,053-41%256252
260BMW Z4993%260875-38%259256
261Bentley Continental GT9421%259735-36%261n/a
262Audi R884500%26353017%270269
263Nissan GT-R82116%265537-42%269262
264Maserati GranTurismo71-17%261970-8%257n/a
265Toyota Mirai69new229710new263280
266Kia K90068-79%270621-67%264249
267Hyundai Equus60-72%2661,297-25%254250
268Volvo S8058-11%262561-48%267254
269Mercedes B Class51-65%269468-72%273253
270Dodge Viper38-22%268446-11%274266
271Volvo S60 Cross Country3831%272440457%275273
272Acura NSX38new27583new283
273Bentley Flying Spur3540%271275-48%281n/a
274Alfa Romeo 4C34-39%273411-20%276267
275Mitsubishi i-MiEV17467%27482-12%284277
276Bentley Mulsanne1475%276102-18%282n/a
277Genesis G9010new10new292
278Chevrolet Caprice PPV8-95%283560-56%268255
279Alfa Romeo Giulia7new7new295
280Toyota Venza6-100%280580-97%266156
281Cadillac ELR6-83%284523-29%271263
282Chevrolet SS5-98%2792,153-11%248246
283Honda Crosstour5-99%282725-90%262200
284Mini Paceman5-95%28568-95%285257
285Mazda53-99%277365-95%278202
286Scion xB2-100%2782,674-79%241177
287Dodge Avenger2-95%44-97%288260
288Honda Insight1-98%28163-95%286258

Source: Manufacturers via ANDC, Wall Street Journal, GCBC

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