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USA August 2019: Fleet, incentives lift market to largest gain in 4 years (+10.3%), Toyota RAV4 and Honda CR-V break all-time records

The Toyota RAV4 and Honda CR-V both break their all-time US monthly volume records in August.

After edging into positive for the first time this year in July (+1.9%), the US new light vehicle market soars an estimated 10.3% year-on-year in August to 1.651.092 units, the first double-digit gain in almost 4 years – since the +14% of October 2015, even though fleets and incentives – as well as five weekends of sales including Labour Day – are mainly responsible for this impressive (artificial?) surge that tilts the YTD tally into positive territory at +0.005% or 572 units to 11.500.148. Note GM, Ford and FCA do not report monthly sales anymore, only quarterly, but we will continue to share with you our exclusive brands and models estimates. As such, all GM, Ford and FCA as well as Tesla brands and models data in this article are estimates. Note the data becomes official every Quarter when we correct all our figures. The seasonally adjusted annualised sales rate (SAAR) is up a much more modest 0.3% year-on-year to 17.07 million, the third month above 17m in the past 4. Average incentives are up 1.2% to $3.825 according to ALG (see detail by manufacturer below) while JD Power has them at $4.177, up 7.7%. According to Edmunds, the average interest rate on a new-vehicle loan is 5.8%, the average down payment for a new vehicle falls below $4.000 for the first time in over a year and sales with zero percent financing accounted for 6.1% of financed purchases vs. 5.8% in July.

Hyundai-Kia is up 13.3% with incentives down -11.1%, helped by the Kia Telluride breaking its volume record.

In the groups ranking, General Motors is estimated to soar 20% year-on-year, the largest market gain below Daimler (+24.9%), however on the back of incentives flying off +8.8% whereas Daimler’s are actually down -4.5%. Toyota Motor (+11.3%) posts solid growth and measured incentive increase (+2%), FCA (+11%) is also strong but so are its incentives (+9%) but Ford Motor (-3.1%) is the only manufacturer to post a decline in August alongside much smaller Tesla (-30.9%) and JLR (-9.8%), a logical move that goes with reduced incentives (-6.9%). American Honda (+17.6%) stuns with an all-time volume record in line with sharply higher incentives (+16%), Nissan/Mitsubishi (+12.1%) is a lot healthier (incentives down -4.9%) while Hyundai-Kia (+13.3%) manages the exploit of posting one of the largest gains in market while significantly lowering its incentives (-13% at Kia, -9% at Hyundai). As a result, it is the first time in 4 years that all four big Asian companies (Toyota, Honda, Nissan, Hyundai) are up more than 10% in a given month.

Subaru celebrates 93 consecutive months of year-on-year gains and a new all-time volume record in August.

Brand-wise, Toyota (+12.3%) overtakes Ford (-3%) to become the best-seller for the first time in over two years (since 2017) thanks to a record light truck volume up 15% to 143.000, however remaining #2 at a safe distance YTD (almost 150.000 units). Chevrolet (+15.3%), Honda (+19.6%) and Nissan (+16.2%) complete a very dynamic Top 5 ahead of Jeep (-0.4%) and Ram (+28.1%) estimated to cross the symbolic 70.000 monthly sales mark for only the second time in history after last June (75.227). As for Subaru (+9.3%) it extends its stretch of year-on-year gain to a surreal 93 consecutive months and smashes its all-time volume record by over 5.000 units at 70.039 vs. a previous best of 64.541 last December. Rounding up the Top 10, Hyundai (+12%) signs a 13th straight month of year-on-year gains and Kia (+12.7%) excels also. Below, Genesis (+186.6%), Lamborghini (+85.6%), McLaren (+56.5%), GMC (+33.8%), Buick (+27.7%), Mercedes (+25.2%), Cadillac (+23.5%), Dodge (+18.4%) and Porsche (+13.5%) all post spectacular gains.

Ram is estimated to surge 28.1% to its 2nd largest ever volume in August.

The Ford F-Series (-12%) is in difficulty and sees its lead over the #2, the Ram Pickup (+28.7%) estimated to hit its 2nd largest volume ever, reduce to under 10.000 for the first time in history at just 7.794, keeping in mind both volumes as well as those of the Chevrolet Silverado (+11.3%) are estimated. On the other hand, the Toyota RAV4 (+17.2%) lunges to a confirmed all-time record volume of 49.481, smashing its previous best established last May by almost 6.000 units. The Honda CR-V (+27.8%) also hits an all-time high mark at 44.235, over 2.000 above its previous best of December 2018. As for the Nissan Rogue (+24.6%) it notches its 3rd highest ever volume. An outstanding month for the best-selling crossovers in the US indeed, prolonged by astonishing performances by the Chevrolet Equinox (estimated +40.7%), Toyota Highlander (+21.7%), Subaru Crosstrek (+33.3%) and Chevrolet Tahoe (estimated +48.9%). The Honda Civic (+25.8%), Toyota Corolla (+15.2%) and Honda Accord (+14.3%) keep the cars’ honour intact, the only ones in the Top 15 alongside the Toyota Camry (+6.1%), still segment leader YTD. The Ford Ranger (#67) is estimated to top recent launches above the Kia Telluride (#76 and new volume record), Jeep Gladiator (#84), Hyundai Palisade (#92 and above 5.000 sales for the first time) and Chevrolet Blazer (#93).

Previous month: USA July 2019: Hyundai, Ram, Mercedes lift market to first uptick of the year (+1.9%) – Detroit 3 stop monthly reports

One year ago: USA August 2018: Subaru, Ram Pickup break records, market edging up

Full August 2019 Top 15 groups, Top 40 brands and Top 295 models below.

USA August 2019 – groups:

PosGroupAug-19/18Jul2019/18PosFY18
1General Motors287,50020.0%11,933,7850.0%11
2Toyota Motor Corporation248,33411.3%21,609,646-0.7%33
3Fiat Chrysler Automobiles215,00011.0%41,491,4600.3%44
4Ford Motor Co211,000-3.1%31,634,354-2.8%22
5American Honda173,99317.6%51,092,2841.7%56
6Nissan Motor/Mitsubishi135,36912.1%71,030,995-5.2%65
7Hyundai-Kia126,22413.3%6886,7345.0%77
8Subaru70,0399.3%8473,6706.1%88
9Volkswagen Group61,9807.7%9436,6063.1%99
10Daimler AG30,21824.9%10221,681-0.9%1111
11BMW Group29,5266.6%11230,161-0.2%1010
12Mazda27,4826.5%12189,329-11.5%1212
13Tesla16,025-30.9%13116,25037.3%1313
14Volvo Cars NA9,1942.5%1468,1094.4%1515
15Jaguar Land Rover8,700-9.8%1579,5812.9%1414

USA August 2019 – brands:

PosBrandAug-19/18Jul2019/18PosFY18
1Toyota218,40312.3%21,418,955-0.9%22
2Ford202,584-3.0%11,567,369-3.0%11
3Chevrolet192,45315.3%31,302,077-2.7%33
4Honda158,80419.6%4990,5691.8%44
5Nissan118,04516.2%5862,243-5.2%55
6Jeep87,178-0.4%6614,340-7.3%66
7Ram70,23428.1%9460,50927.8%89
8Subaru70,0399.3%7473,6706.1%77
9Hyundai63,73712.0%8454,4054.3%98
10Kia60,73012.7%10418,9794.6%1010
11GMC58,42033.8%11383,4698.6%1111
12Dodge42,10418.4%12304,429-4.2%1212
13Volkswagen35,4129.8%13251,2086.6%1314
14Mercedes30,14425.2%14221,055-0.8%1413
15Lexus29,9314.6%15190,6910.9%1617
16Mazda27,4826.5%16189,329-11.5%1716
17BMW25,5057.2%17204,9602.9%1515
18Audi21,5313.0%18142,341-3.9%1918
19Buick21,33227.7%19146,0163.1%1819
20Tesla16,025-30.9%20116,25037.3%2020
21Cadillac15,29523.5%22103,5363.9%2123
22Acura15,1890.8%21101,7150.7%2222
23Chrysler11,755-3.8%2385,739-23.8%2421
24Volvo9,1942.5%2468,1094.4%2627
25Infiniti9,185-14.9%2580,903-12.7%2524
26Lincoln8,416-5.9%2766,985-0.2%2726
27Mitsubishi8,139-3.3%2687,8492.5%2325
28Land Rover6,572-8.5%2859,1511.7%2828
29Porsche4,63613.5%2939,8496.2%2929
30Mini3,9112.9%3024,321-20.9%3030
31Jaguar2,128-13.8%3120,4306.8%3131
32Genesis1,757186.6%3213,35057.2%3235
33Alfa Romeo1,701-24.1%3312,119-26.6%3332
34Fiat1,034-24.7%346,976-36.0%3533
35Maserati9944.6%357,348-1.5%3434
36Lamborghini23285.6%361,85685.6%3639
37McLaren18056.5%371,56673.8%3737
38Bentley1692.4%381,3523.0%3836
39Rolls Royce1101.9%398802.0%3940
40Smart74-31.5%40626-27.3%4038
 –Others3282.2% –2,6242.2% – –

USA August 2019 – models:

PosModelAug-19/18Jul2019/18PosFY18
1Ford F-Series72,048-12.0%1589,016-2.5%11
2Ram Pickup64,25428.7%2415,98128.5%23
3Chevrolet Silverado54,68511.3%3354,430-8.0%32
4Toyota RAV449,48117.2%4289,7362.9%44
5Honda CR-V44,23527.8%5254,8353.2%56
6Nissan Rogue41,62924.6%10242,851-11.7%65
7Honda Civic34,80825.8%7233,1471.3%99
8Chevrolet Equinox32,88040.7%9233,85716.3%88
9Toyota Camry31,9866.1%8235,128-0.1%77
10Honda Accord30,55814.3%11184,137-3.1%1111
11Toyota Corolla30,12115.2%6213,624-0.3%1010
12Toyota Highlander28,36421.7%12161,8752.0%1515
13Toyota Tacoma27,01014.8%14169,2924.7%1314
14Jeep Wrangler23,02914.2%15158,663-9.3%1616
15Jeep Grand Cherokee22,51912.2%17164,01611.3%1418
16Nissan Altima22,40350.1%32142,416-8.0%1721
17Ford Escape22,312-8.5%13176,775-6.8%1212
18GMC Sierra21,89616.7%18137,2040.3%1919
19Ford Explorer21,640-10.0%30135,237-23.0%2013
20Subaru Outback17,110-5.0%16129,2493.3%2223
21Subaru Forester17,07610.6%21118,0268.8%2425
22Ford Fusion16,84749.3%20129,32918.6%2124
23Jeep Cherokee16,424-25.3%24126,928-18.6%2317
24Subaru Crosstrek15,86033.3%2686,602-12.6%3733
25Mazda CX-515,59220.2%23103,368-2.6%2630
26Chevrolet Traverse14,64529.1%2898,9663.3%2831
27Honda Pilot14,381-6.2%2994,707-9.3%3127
28Hyundai Elantra14,305-7.6%31110,855-14.0%2522
29Hyundai Tucson13,98521.0%2592,5680.0%3328
30Toyota 4Runner13,2583.1%3786,218-4.3%3836
31Tesla Model 313,150-26.1%2294,25067.1%3235
32Jeep Compass13,131-19.6%3499,275-14.5%2726
33Dodge Grand Caravan13,0710.2%3595,645-10.7%3029
34Ford Transit12,717-0.1%2798,0003.2%2937
35Chevrolet Tahoe12,64548.9%3676,75414.9%4351
36Toyota Tundra12,42712.4%3378,0122.2%4141
37Chevrolet Colorado12,156-6.3%3887,235-7.9%3538
38Chevrolet Malibu11,889-11.0%4086,758-14.9%3632
39Lexus RX11,7007.6%4269,008-2.4%4545
40Nissan Sentra11,393-14.4%19137,657-7.2%1820
41VW Tiguan10,95828.1%4577,2577.4%4252
42GMC Acadia10,94566.0%4679,51527.4%4060
43Hyundai Santa Fe10,828-4.6%4188,04311.7%3442
44Ford Edge10,267-11.2%3984,331-6.0%3939
45Honda Odyssey10,1903.1%4466,801-5.1%4947
46Honda HR-V9,7303.9%5262,786-1.9%5462
47GMC Terrain9,62330.6%5367,844-1.8%4743
48Kia Sportage9,59346.7%4858,2415.4%6064
49VW Jetta9,592-9.5%5066,65131.9%5058
50Nissan Murano9,462-1.6%6841,888-23.8%8463
51Kia Forte9,42045.6%4367,005-2.1%4853
52Subaru Impreza9,395-12.0%5159,414-18.5%5848
53Buick Encore9,35827.9%5565,9075.2%5157
54Kia Optima9,259-16.4%4768,460-0.6%4654
55Kia Sorento9,160-23.6%4964,434-16.0%5346
56Chrysler Pacifica9,042-1.4%5764,927-19.8%5240
57Dodge Charger8,74865.7%5960,90616.2%5767
58Kia Soul8,701-4.5%5671,6426.4%4450
59Chevrolet Trax8,364-0.1%6161,557-2.3%5659
60Chevrolet Express8,26422.1%6253,747-0.7%6565
61Toyota Prius (incl. C & V)8,26113.1%6344,094-22.9%8169
62Hyundai Sonata8,231-13.0%6062,339-14.9%5549
63VW Atlas8,227102.9%5453,64138.6%6683
64GMC Yukon7,711110.8%7348,98618.0%7266
65Dodge Journey7,6725.9%7459,339-12.6%5956
66Subaru Ascent7,31972.8%5854,723410.4%62114
67Ford Ranger7,250new6444,128#DIV/0!80 –
68Dodge Durango7,15133.6%7549,95416.3%7076
69Nissan Kicks7,05882.1%6542,897529.5%82148
70Chevrolet Suburban7,01146.6%7642,0257.7%8381
71Ford Fiesta6,83373.5%6751,49255.0%6788
72Ford Expedition6,71722.5%7056,71853.7%6186
73Ford Mustang6,664-11.0% –45,206-9.4%7670
74Ford Ecosport6,62839.0%7247,36040.4%7387
75Hyundai Kona6,38533.8%7149,851106.5%7197
76Kia Telluride6,374new8934,160new95 –
77BMW X36,3600.3%7744,17724.9%7980
78Mercedes GLC6,33628.6%7944,5650.1%7873
79Audi Q56,282-7.8%6944,7625.9%7772
80Chevrolet Cruze6,205-48.1%8250,744-49.6%6934
81Toyota Sienna6,172-13.0%6653,807-10.1%6461
82Jeep Renegade6,124-31.4%8447,117-30.2%7455
83Acura MDX5,976-4.4%8633,3982.6%9789
84Jeep Gladiator5,950new8118,327new132 –
85Nissan Frontier5,88828.8%7850,8510.0%6868
86Buick Enclave5,84047.4%8738,35427.8%8792
87Lexus ES5,63620.3%8334,57618.7%9294
88Acura RDX5,459-5.8%8540,5744.3%8578
89Dodge Challenger5,45617.4%9238,560-17.7%8675
90Mercedes GLE5,37048.3%8027,181-11.8%106101
91Lexus NX5,138-9.0%9336,437-6.5%8979
92Hyundai Palisade5,115new919,962new182 –
93Chevrolet Blazer5,105new9024,454#DIV/0!111282
94Toyota C-HR4,93529.1%10134,3371.7%9493
95Mazda34,825-13.8%10036,999-20.7%8877
96Chevrolet Impala4,81212.0%9434,532-3.8%9384
97Ram ProMaster4,79525.2%9535,40726.6%9098
98Chevrolet Camaro4,77211.2%9733,181-1.3%9890
99Cadillac XT54,695-12.8%9634,984-17.1%9182
100GMC Canyon4,58650.7%9927,19919.9%105118
101BMW X54,522103.2%9832,69611.8%99102
102Nissan Pathfinder4,223-13.6%8845,2213.0%7574
103Honda Passport4,182new10222,433new119 –
104Honda Fit4,02758.2%10624,561-21.8%110115
105BMW 3 Series3,9846.2%10528,534-8.3%103103
106VW Golf3,8086.0%10726,096-20.1%109106
107Mercedes Sprinter3,76127.1%14217,098-8.8%140135
108GMC Savana3,66061.6%11122,72239.4%116157
109Ford E-Series3,563-11.4%10429,325-11.8%10195
110Nissan Maxima3,54830.2%13822,467-23.2%118105
111Buick Envision3,52056.7%11323,1609.7%114128
112Infiniti QX603,49521.8%11429,1906.4%10296
113Audi Q73,408-7.4%11722,192-8.9%120111
114Cadillac Escalade3,37510.7%11522,469-4.8%117112
115Ford Transit Connect3,36320.8%11026,43628.0%107122
116Mercedes C Class3,315-18.6%10333,825-10.0%9685
117Honda Ridgeline3,30218.3%11921,3065.1%123126
118Volvo XC903,16312.6%11621,9743.8%122123
119Subaru Legacy3,121-9.6%10923,791-13.4%113110
120Toyota Avalon3,06429.8%12020,626-15.6%126117
121Volvo XC602,9263.0%12619,918-0.9%127119
122Audi A42,924-22.4%12417,657-31.0%135121
123Mercedes E Class/CLS2,89228.5%11826,126-6.5%108100
124Mitsubishi Mirage2,82437.9%10818,9817.8%128144
125Nissan Versa2,817-10.4%12154,219-0.2%6371
126Chevrolet Spark2,77497.2%13018,68632.6%131147
127Kia Rio2,75216.3%12917,47414.3%136149
128Chrysler 3002,709-10.1%13420,770-32.0%12599
129Mazda CX-92,61715.0%13516,624-13.4%141132
130Lexus GX2,604-6.1%13915,669-6.8%145137
131Nissan Titan2,589-44.5%13122,857-28.4%11591
132BMW 5 Series2,534-26.3%12527,7580.2%104104
133Cadillac XT42,534new13618,774#DIV/0!130210
134Nissan NV2,50376.9%14913,81526.7%152170
135Honda Insight2,47711.8%13317,243286.4%137183
136Audi Q32,42078.3%1624,267-68.3%219172
137Mitsubishi Outlander Sport2,404-19.3%12223,849-17.3%112113
138Lincoln MKX/Nautilus2,4040.4%12720,84216.4%124131
139Kia Niro2,352-12.8%14316,229-15.5%142133
140Mercedes A Class2,308new1239,440new186 –
141Acura TLX2,25217.5%15017,185-17.6%138127
142Chevrolet Corvette2,22221.6%14813,7650.2%154160
143Ford Flex2,2219.8%13717,11022.0%139154
144Hyundai Ioniq2,152127.7%11212,64217.7%162176
145Audi A52,085-23.7%14115,676-16.2%144142
146Porsche Macan2,038-3.3%12814,049-11.5%151150
147Mazda CX-32,02436.7%15710,331-17.3%181171
148Mini Cooper1,967-12.7%14615,007-16.6%148140
149Mini Countryman1,94425.6%1849,314-26.8%189168
150Mitsubishi Outlander1,938-23.4%14530,644-2.3%100107
151Cadillac XTS1,91865.8%15512,62617.1%163167
152VW Beetle1,91637.0%13213,53821.4%155179
153Infiniti Q501,888-26.0%14418,120-24.8%134116
154Infiniti QX501,833-25.2%15312,258-6.6%167143
155Tesla Model X1,825-33.6%17512,425-8.6%164141
156Lincoln MKC1,749-27.8%15115,249-10.4%147139
157BMW X71,741new16012,020new169 –
158Nissan Armada1,716-3.3%15422,102-1.8%121120
159Range Rover Sport1,716-10.3%15215,5961.0%146145
160BMW X11,710-25.9%20310,546-48.2%180130
161Lexus UX1,629new16311,001new177268
162Mercedes Metris1,612105.1%1947,01845.5%201209
163Mazda61,608-30.8%15916,166-28.5%143125
164Hyundai Accent1,577-39.0%14718,313-5.0%133129
165Chevrolet Sonic1,5456.7%17211,289-21.9%173153
166Kia Sedona1,532-17.2%16710,666-22.7%179165
167Chevrolet Bolt1,52238.4%17411,04410.7%176164
168Volvo XC401,50114.6%14012,12652.9%168184
169Porsche Cayenne1,454916.8%16812,819125.5%160191
170Nissan NV2001,444-9.3%15612,9951.5%158161
171Acura ILX1,43957.8%1769,61931.6%184188
172Range Rover1,435-6.5%17011,964-0.8%170159
173Kia Stinger1,422-3.9%1809,335-19.7%188173
174Mercedes GLA1,4056.8%16112,831-13.3%159146
175Lincoln MKZ1,372-22.9%16411,712-10.1%171156
176Lexus IS1,363-38.9%16911,066-29.0%175151
177Range Rover Velar1,306-5.8%17711,167-2.5%174169
178Lincoln Navigator1,288-15.4%17111,438-3.3%172166
179Audi A61,247754.1%17312,395118.3%165194
180Audi Q81,214new1789,297new190247
181Volvo S601,20358.1%18110,71596.7%178211
182Infiniti QX801,195-1.9%16613,16916.6%156158
183Ram ProMaster City1,18411.1%1869,1257.1%191181
184Jaguar F-Pace1,1694.0%1959,3401.7%187182
185Buick Regal1,150-19.2%1878,483-22.5%194180
186Mercedes GLS1,142-22.3%19312,289-4.4%166152
187Hyundai Veloster1,12542.8%1899,65836.2%183192
188Toyota Sequoia1,12242.9%1826,727-5.7%204190
189Nissan Leaf1,117-15.1%1888,063-11.6%195178
190Cadillac XT61,100new2141,724#DIV/0!247 –
191BMW 4 Series1,072-45.2%15814,250-29.8%150124
192Tesla Model S1,050-60.0%1859,575-34.6%185134
193Ford Taurus1,036-65.9%18313,020-48.2%157109
194Genesis G701,015new1917,636new198271
195Range Rover Evoque1,01447.4%1926,81822.1%202195
196Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross97313.4%19714,375211.9%149199
197Buick LaCrosse958-25.2%1997,130-47.5%199175
198Mercedes S Class92655.6%1907,975-17.4%196177
199Honda Clarity FCV914-45.9%1968,811-20.7%192155
200Cadillac CTS8744.8%2006,7270.7%203189
201Alfa Romeo Stelvio856-32.7%2046,151-24.8%207185
202Toyota Yaris831-63.7%16518,858-11.8%129136
203Alfa Romeo Giulia827-13.6%2075,845-28.5%209187
204Mazda MX-5 Miata816-30.2%1795,839-12.9%210202
205Lincoln Aviator800new –800new269 –
206BMW 7 Series76227.6%2016,19714.3%206206
207Audi A3705-66.1%2156,355-54.0%205163
208Cadillac CT6666-13.1%2135,302-16.6%212198
209Ford Focus657-92.7%20913,766-85.2%15344
210Toyota Supra643new231963new262 –
211BMW 2 Series6174.8%2084,892-26.1%213201
212Audi e-Tron593new2063,106new226 –
213VW Passat572-85.2%21012,656-58.1%161108
214Land Rover Discovery560-35.2%2125,909-6.6%208196
215Genesis G8054414.0%2164,417-33.3%218212
216Land Rover Discovery Sport541-31.8%1987,6975.4%197186
217BMW X2532-52.1%2057,040-16.8%200174
218BMW X451764.6%2024,88695.0%214227
219Lexus LS509-44.9%2253,602-40.0%222200
220Buick Cascada50516.4%2222,976-4.7%230230
221Chevrolet City Express501-8.2%2232,77418.8%235217
222Lexus RC48247.4%2213,02829.7%229237
223Lexus LX4449.9%2293,086-8.0%228223
224Chevrolet Volt440-67.9%2284,465-57.2%217162
225Lincoln Continental437-30.2%2193,722-34.4%221203
226Porsche Panamera423-24.5%2184,639-18.9%216207
227BMW i3385-7.9%2332,895-34.0%233218
228Infiniti Q60384-43.0%2263,182-48.2%225204
229Porsche 911382-56.8%2245,410-13.9%211197
230Mercedes G Class37385.6%2174,746111.8%215234
231Lincoln MKT36683.0%2273,22294.9%224241
232Fiat 124 Spider3635.8%2362,186-16.9%240235
233Toyota 8634511.3%2342,306-20.1%238229
234Lexus GS342-37.7%2322,377-49.5%236216
235Porsche 718339-12.6%2202,932-26.2%231221
236Mercedes AMG GT338238.0%2302,361111.2%237255
237Audi A7331198.2%2373,762109.2%220231
238VW Arteon329new2411,179new257 –
239Fiat 500327-41.9%2402,284-28.4%239220
240BMW Z4285n/a2381,88694200.0%245288
241Toyota Land Cruiser2833.7%2422,1608.1%241239
242BMW 8-Series271new2442,021new243274
243Fiat 500X261-21.4%2481,957-50.3%244222
244Jaguar E-Pace256-60.4%2353,10029.2%227219
245Volvo V60253-42.2%2451,024-71.3%260228
246Jaguar XE2398.6%2492,825-9.9%234224
247Nissan 370Z214-15.7%2461,692-30.3%248236
248Infiniti QX30208-68.6%2392,931-51.8%232208
249Genesis G9019845.6%2531,298-30.6%254244
250Infiniti Q70182-40.5%2502,047-34.0%242226
251Audi A8164412.5%2611,608150.5%251253
252Jaguar i-Pace160new2471,682new249269
253Subaru BRZ158-58.7%2511,865-29.5%246232
254Jaguar F-Type158-21.8%2431,6516.5%250242
255Cadillac ATS133-88.9%2591,143-88.6%258193
256Mercedes SL Class12751.2%2571,275-11.1%255245
257Kia Cadenza126-49.4%265964-74.3%261225
258Audi TT12348.2%252924-18.8%264257
259Mercedes SLC12064.4%2541,54311.7%252249
260Mercedes CLA Class118-92.8%2118,502-42.4%193138
261Toyota Mirai98-15.5%2561,18719.2%256252
262BMW i89034.3%263864104.3%266262
263Volvo V9088-72.2%266853-52.7%267240
264Lexus LC84-60.0%264848-39.1%268250
265Fiat 500L83-39.0%267549-52.1%272256
266Jaguar XJ74-5.1%260871-23.7%265254
267Smart Fortwo74-31.5%269605-29.7%271258
268BMW X672-84.2%2623,230-29.2%223214
269Jaguar XF72-63.6%258961-43.7%263243
270Volvo S9053-89.2%2551,492-71.3%253213
271BMW 6 Series51-76.2%2681,067-59.9%259233
272Nissan GT-R41-54.4%273242-44.1%275266
273Kia K9003944.4%27227921.3%274272
274Acura RLX38-79.2%270753-39.9%270251
275Audi R835-67.0%271340-40.7%273261
276Hyundai Nexo34new274174new277285
277Acura NSX2566.7%27718667.6%276276
278Alfa Romeo 4C1850.0%276123-25.0%280273
279Ford GT1614.3%27516688.6%278279
280VW Touareg7-94.2%278143-91.6%279248
281Ford C-Max6-98.4%27950-99.2%281215
282VW CC3-95.2%28047-87.9%282267
283Toyota Venza2n/a –4n/a290284
284Jeep Patriot1-95.7% –14-97.6%284265
285Mercedes B Class10.0%2819-93.2%287278
286Dodge Viper1n/a –6-57.1%288283
287Chrysler 2000-100.0% –35-96.4%283259
288Dodge Dart0-100.0% –10-97.3%285270
289Nissan Juke0-100.0% –10-98.6%286263
290Infiniti QX700-100.0% –6-99.4%289260
291Chrysler Town & Country0n/a –3-40.0%291286
292Lexus LFA0n/a –3n/a292295
293Mitsubishi Lancer0n/a –3n/a293238
294Honda CR-Z0-100.0% –2-94.3%294281
295Dodge Avenger0-100.0% –1-75.0%295290
296Toyota FJ Cruiser0n/a –1n/a296293

Source: Manufacturers, ANDC, insideevs.com, GCBC

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  1. If RAV4 keeps high sales all over the world during next 4 months, it has a chance to become fifth model in automotive history after (Corolla, Focus, Golf and F-series) which has sold more than 1 million units in one calendar year.
    Civic and CR-V were other two possible members of this exclusive club, but perhaps only RAV4 has real chance this year!
    Go Toyota!
    PS: Scotty Kilmer likes 😉 🙂

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