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USA March 2020: Sales tumble -39% under COVID-19 pressure, Q1 down -11.9%, Chevrolet Silverado shoots up

Chevrolet Silverado sales are up 25.7% in Q1 in a market down -11.9%.

11/04 update: Now with Mercedes, Jaguar and Land Rover data.

March is the month the coronavirus pandemic upended the US economy. From just 100 confirmed cases as of March 1, the number of infected US citizens surged to 188.547 by March 31 (including 3.899 deaths), more than any country in the world and almost double the cases of the 2nd most affected country, Italy (105.792). Worse: only 10 days later and at the time of updating this article on April 10, these numbers were already up to 501.419 and 18.469 deaths. On April 2, White House medical experts forecast that even if Americans hunker down in their homes as told to slow the spread of COVID-19, some 80.000 to 200.000 citizens could die by the time the pandemic is under control. Department of Defence working to provide 100.000 body bags for use by civilian authorities in the coming weeks. Part of the reason behind such a devastating turn of events is the long downplaying of the danger by the government and the absence of united, national response.

US States in lockdown as of April 3. Source Business Insider.

Each state has operated in a silo but, as of April 2, it is estimated that 96% of the American population is in lockdown with either stay-at-home or shelter-in-place orders valid until end-April and non-essential businesses closed (see map below). On March 19 California, the largest new car market in the U.S., adopted stay-at-home orders, followed by Texas (#2 car market) on March 31 and Floria (#3) on April 1. In major cities where stay-at-home orders were issued, new-vehicle sales typically dropped 80% within a few days according to  J.D. Power.The ensuing economic disruption has forced 10 million Americans to file for unemployment in just the last two weeks of the month including 6.6 million in the last week, figures not seen since the Great Depression of 1929, and the current situation means the brunt of the economic impact will be felt in April, May and June. If car servicing and repair is commonly accepted as an essential business, some States including New York (the most affected so far with 3.485 deaths) have lobbied for new car sales to also be deemed as essential business, and won. 

As we anticipated in our mid-month update, this hasn’t prevented the U.S. new car market to collapse in March. The Seasonally Adjusted Annualised sales Rate (SAAR) crumbles -34.7% year-on-year to 11.37 million units, its lowest level since April 2010 at the end of the Financial Crisis (11.25m). Estimates for the April SAAR vary wildly between 5 to 9 million. If February results were on a “Good news only” basis, this time the 11 carmakers that reported detailed March sales average -40.4% with an overall market estimated to fall roughly -39% to 988.000 units. The rest of the market has preferred diluting ghastly March results into more palatable Q1 volumes. Even then, only 3 brands manage to stay positive in Q1: Ram (+2.5%), Lincoln (+2.3%) and Kia (+1%) in an overall market down -11.9% over the first 3 months of 2020 to just 3.512.724 units vs. 3.988.681 a year ago. In March, Hyundai-Kia (-31.2%) and Toyota Motor (-36.9%) fare best among the groups reporting sales, while among brands Kia (-18.6%), Genesis (-33.2%) and Toyota (-35.2%) are the standouts but Mitsubishi (-52.1%), Acura (-51.2%), Honda (-47.7%), Lexus (-46.7%) and Subaru (-47.1%) suffer, the later snapping a streak of 72 consecutive months above 40.000 sales.

Hyundai-Kia is down just -5.4% over Q1 2020.

Over the First Quarter of 2020, General Motors (-7.1%) resists ahead of Ford Motor (-10.9%), Toyota Motor (-8.8%) and FCA (-10.4%), all groups outpacing the market itself down -12%. But American Honda (-19.2%) and Nissan Motor/Mitsubishi (-28.1%) both freefall and pull the market down. Mercedes (-4.6%) and Hyundai-Kia (-5.4%) resist best among large groups, with the VW Group (-13.9%) and BMW Group (-17.4%) both in difficulty. Brand-wise, Ford (-13%) falls much faster than Toyota (-7.9%) and Chevrolet (-3.8%) but Honda (-18.9%) and Nissan (-30%) implode. Below Jeep (-14.2%), Ram (+2.5%) and Kia (+1%) are the only gainers in a Top 10 rounded out by Hyundai (-11.3%) and Subaru (-16.7%) down 3 spots on Q1 2019. Further down, Lincoln (+2.3%), Mercedes (-4.3%), Mazda (-4.5%), Chrysler (-4.6%), McLaren (-5.4%), GMC (-5.5%) and Genesis (-5.9%) stand out while Tesla is up an estimated 72.5%.

Ram sales are up 2.5% thanks to the pickup (+7.3%).

In the models ranking, the Ford F-Series (-13.1%) falls slightly faster than the market due to a very rough March retail performance after gains in January and February. The issue is the two other best-selling large pickups in the US market are on fire: the Chevrolet Silverado (+25.7%) is boosted by a new generation to almost 144.000 units, overtaking the Ram Pickup (+7.3%) and reducing the gap with the F-Series from 100.298 units over Q1 2019 to just 42.863 over Q1 2020… In fact, when adding sales of the GMC Sierra (+30.7%), GM big pickups combined sales hit 198.610 units, higher than any year since 2007 and accounting for 32% of the group’s sales vs. just 23% a year ago. The Toyota RAV4 (+16.5%) also ignores the surrounding gloom to sail off in the distance with just under 98.000 sales vs. 73.500 for the next best SUV, the Chevrolet Equinox (-17%) down one spot to #6. Below the Honda CR-V (-18.4%) also down one tick, the Nissan Rogue (-36.3%) is the big loser in the segment, giving from #4 overall in Q1 2019 to #10 this time. 

Lincoln edges up 2.3% in Q1 partly thanks to the new Aviator.

The Toyota Camry (-5.5%) brilliantly limits its fall and surges 3 spots on Q1 2019 to #5, more than ever the queen of passenger cars above the Toyota Corolla (-12%) and Honda Civic (-18.2%), now the only sedans in the Top 15. Indeed the next best thing is the Nissan Altima (-8%) at #17 overall just as the Honda Accord (-26.8%) freefalls from #11 to #18. The Ford Transit (+15.7%) and Chevrolet Malibu (+3.2%) manage gains in the remainder of the Top 30 while the Subaru Forester (-3.9%), Ford Edge (-4.3%), Toyota Tacoma (-7.8%), Toyota Highlander (-9%) and Ford Explorer (-9.1%) contain their losses to the single digits. As the Chevrolet Blazer (#42) and Ford Ranger (#47) are now over 1 year-old, there are no recent launches in the Top 60, with the most popular being the Hyundai Palisade (#65) above the Mazda CX-30 (#103), Lincoln Aviator (#127), Cadillac XT6 (#143), Kia Seltos (#144), Mercedes GLB (#148), Hyundai Venue (#177) and Cadillac CT5 (#178). In Q1 we welcome the Tesla Model Y (#224), Porsche Taycan (#246), Cadillac CT4 (#267) and Chevrolet Trailblazer (#276) in the US charts.

Previous post: USA March 2020: Sales down -36% from 15/03 onwards

Previous month: USA February 2020: Only 11 brands report in “Good news only” market, Kia (+20.2%), Mazda (+19%) spectacular

One year ago (March): USA March 2019: Ram (+15.5%), VW (+14.8%), Kia (+10.2%) defy market down -3.1%

One year ago (Q1): USA Q1 2019: Market endures weakest start in 5 years

Full March 2020 selected groups, brands and models below.

Full Q1 2020 Top 15 groups, Top 40 brands and Top 305 All-models below.

USA March 2020 – groups:

GroupMar-20/19
Toyota Motor Corporation135,730-36.9%
Hyundai-Kia81,500-31.2%
American Honda77,153-48.0%
Subaru32,611-47.1%
Mazda15,664-41.8%
Volvo Cars NA5,487-42.7%

USA March 2020 – brands:

BrandMar-20/19
Toyota120,145-35.3%
Honda70,116-47.7%
Kia45,413-18.6%
Hyundai35,118-42.6%
Subaru32,611-47.1%
Mazda15,664-41.8%
Lexus15,585-46.7%
Mitsubishi9,394-52.1%
Acura7,037-51.2%
Volvo5,487-42.7%
Genesis969-33.2%
Others 176-46.3%

USA March 2020 – models:

ModelMar-20/19
Honda Civic18,273-45.7%
Honda CR-V16,891-46.9%
Honda Accord  13,810-45.6%
Subaru Forester9,413-33.7%
Subaru Outback8,571-53.8%
Kia Optima8,408-12.4%
Mazda CX-57,841-41.8%
Kia Forte7,598-10.3%
Hyundai Elantra7,430-53.2%
Honda Pilot6,445-51.9%
Hyundai Santa Fe6,358-41.8%
Hyundai Tucson6,073-49.3%
Kia Sorento5,710-39.9%
Kia Sportage5,382-16.8%
Kia Soul5,367-45.6%
Kia Telluride5,1531.4%
Subaru Crosstrek5,098-47.5%
Honda Odyssey4,274-51.5%
Subaru Ascent4,036-49.1%
Hyundai Sonata3,957-55.2%
Hyundai Palisade3,934new
Hyundai Kona3,874-44.8%
Honda HR-V3,843-55.2%
Mitsubishi Outlander  3,728-54.9%
Mitsubishi Outlander Sport3,353-36.8%
Acura RDX2,678-54.1%
Subaru Impreza2,395n/a
Mazda CX-302,242new
Kia Seltos2,160new
Acura MDX2,137-46.3%
Kia Rio2,135-11.9%
Honda Passport1,878-33.9%
Mazda31,863-69.0%
Honda Ridgeline1,832-34.7%
Honda Fit1,792-44.7%
Mazda CX-91,741-18.5%
Volvo XC901,664-48.6%
Subaru Legacy1,630-48.0%
Volvo XC601,556-47.0%
Kia Niro1,454-9.6%
Acura TLX1,452-53.8%
Subaru Impreza WRX1,354-82.6%
Mitsubishi Mirage1,283-55.5%
Hyundai Accent1,196-62.2%
Kia Sedona1,180-13.7%
Volvo XC401,052-32.1%
Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross1,030-67.2%
Mazda61,021-69.9%
Hyundai Venue951new
Volvo S60888-37.8%
Honda Insight857-60.2%
Hyundai Ioniq763-42.3%
Kia Stinger754-39.9%
Acura ILX723-43.9%
Hyundai Veloster575-72.0%
Genesis G70517-36.7%
Mazda MX-5 Miata497-31.6%
Mazda CX-3459-61.8%
Genesis G80284-40.2%
Honda Clarity FCV221-84.4%
Volvo V60211189.0%
Genesis G901685.7%
Subaru BRZ114-64.2%
Kia Cadenza96-34.7%
Volvo S9071-60.8%
Volvo V9045-72.7%
Acura RLX31-77.0%
Acura NSX16-38.5%
Kia K90016-60.0%
Hyundai Nexo7-65.0%

USA Q1 2020 – groups:

PosGroupQ1 2020/19Q1 2019PosFY19
1General Motors618,335-7.1%665,84011
2Ford Motor Co514,614-10.9%577,42222
3Toyota Motor Corporation495,747-8.8%543,71633
4Fiat Chrysler Automobiles449,113-10.4%501,20044
5American Honda298,785-19.2%369,78765
6Nissan Motor/Mitsubishi293,169-28.1%407,92156
7Hyundai-Kia272,775-5.4%288,38377
8Subaru130,591-16.7%156,75488
9Volkswagen Group129,300-13.9%150,21499
10Mercedes-Benz USA75,266-4.6%78,8781011
11Mazda67,670-4.5%70,8331212
12BMW Group65,068-17.4%78,7371110
13Tesla52,80072.5%30,6001313
14Jaguar Land Rover29,200-17.2%35,2501514
15Volvo Cars NA19,485-11.7%22,0581415

USA Q1 2020 – brands:

PosBrandQ1 2020/19Q1 2019PosFY19
1Ford489,053-13.0%561,98111
2Toyota439,402-7.9%476,92522
3Chevrolet435,422-3.8%452,40133
4Honda270,253-18.9%333,40244
5Nissan232,048-30.0%331,53655
6Jeep182,670-14.2%212,80466
7Ram140,4862.5%137,01397
8Kia137,9451.0%136,5961010
9Hyundai130,875-11.3%147,58589
10Subaru130,591-16.7%156,75478
11GMC118,718-5.5%125,5771111
12Dodge88,657-19.8%110,5171212
13Mercedes75,266-4.3%78,6471414
14Volkswagen75,075-12.6%85,8721313
15Mazda67,670-4.5%70,8331517
16BMW59,455-15.3%70,2271615
17Lexus56,345-15.6%66,7911716
18Tesla52,80072.5%30,6002520
19Audi41,367-14.0%48,1151918
20Mitsubishi35,563-15.5%42,0702024
21Buick33,870-34.7%51,8671819
22Cadillac30,325-15.8%35,9952222
23Chrysler30,124-4.6%31,5912423
24Acura28,532-21.6%36,3852121
25Lincoln25,5612.3%24,9752726
26Infiniti25,558-25.5%34,3152325
27Land Rover21,934-12.4%25,0282628
28Volvo19,485-11.7%22,0582827
29Porsche11,994-20.2%15,0242929
30Jaguar7,266-28.9%10,2223031
31Mini5,237-35.1%8,0723130
32Genesis3,955-5.9%4,2023332
33Alfa Romeo3,703-13.6%4,2863233
34Maserati2,345-15.5%2,7753434
35Fiat1,128-49.1%2,2143535
36McLaren630-5.4%6663737
37Bentley435-14.2%5073838
38Lamborghini429-38.4%6963636
39Rolls Royce376-14.2%4383939
40Smart0-100.0%2314040
 –Others 176-80.2%888 – –

USA Q1 2020 – models:

PosModelQ1 2020/19Q1 2019PosFY19
1Ford F-Series186,561-13.1%214,61111
2Chevrolet Silverado143,69825.7%114,31333
3Ram Pickup128,8067.3%120,02622
4Toyota RAV497,63116.5%83,82074
5Toyota Camry77,188-5.5%81,68488
6Chevrolet Equinox73,453-17.0%88,50057
7Honda CR-V71,186-18.4%87,28065
8Toyota Corolla69,214-12.0%78,608910
9Honda Civic63,944-18.2%78,185109
10Nissan Rogue59,717-36.3%93,81446
11Ford Explorer56,309-9.1%61,9221220
12Toyota Tacoma53,636-7.8%58,1831412
13GMC Sierra53,00830.7%40,5462416
14Jeep Grand Cherokee50,083-13.3%57,7491513
15Ford Escape48,116-20.7%60,7021314
16Toyota Highlander47,890-9.0%52,6211715
17Nissan Altima47,346-8.0%51,4801818
18Honda Accord  47,125-26.8%64,4111111
19Tesla Model 343,70094.9%22,4255426
20Jeep Wrangler39,667-20.6%49,9881917
21Subaru Forester39,080-3.9%40,6562323
22Ford Fusion36,937-11.4%41,6832225
23Ford Transit36,83615.7%31,8423428
24Chevrolet Malibu35,2843.2%34,1973034
25Mazda CX-535,211-6.1%37,4942527
26Jeep Cherokee33,675-31.9%49,4202019
27Subaru Outback32,615-22.0%41,8082122
28Chevrolet Traverse30,095-12.1%34,2232929
29Jeep Compass29,820-20.1%37,3062630
30Ford Edge29,599-4.3%30,9203631
31Chevrolet Trax28,24214.9%24,5804640
32Toyota 4Runner28,072-14.5%32,8293335
33Hyundai Elantra25,745-28.7%36,1122724
34GMC Terrain25,292-0.3%25,3644245
35Dodge Grand Caravan24,931-29.7%35,4402838
36Chrysler Pacifica24,5265.4%23,2745152
37Honda Pilot23,898-27.5%32,9573233
38Nissan Sentra23,879-58.0%56,7931621
39Hyundai Tucson23,735-17.7%28,8313732
40Kia Forte22,3594.6%21,3745856
41VW Tiguan22,176-16.9%26,6973943
42Chevrolet Blazer22,144632.5%3,02319387
43Toyota Tundra21,658-13.7%25,1004341
44Subaru Crosstrek21,516-17.9%26,1974036
45Chevrolet Colorado21,429-36.0%33,4943139
46VW Jetta21,383-7.4%23,0895247
47Ford Ranger20,980122.7%9,42110857
48Lexus RX20,847-11.4%23,5294942
49Hyundai Santa Fe20,658-28.0%28,6833837
50Chevrolet Tahoe20,403-2.2%20,8536046
51Kia Optima20,345-10.2%22,6685354
52Kia Sportage20,0574.5%19,1986358
53Ford Expedition19,791-9.1%21,7735560
54Honda HR-V19,414-10.3%21,6495650
55Dodge Charger18,628-9.6%20,6156153
56Nissan Pathfinder18,0924.3%17,3546879
57Ford Mustang18,0696.8%16,9177169
58Kia Sorento18,055-23.6%23,6194855
59Dodge Durango17,8054.6%17,0197075
60GMC Acadia17,686-43.3%31,2003548
61Buick Encore16,839-31.6%24,6064544
62Kia Telluride16,826211.9%5,39515485
63Kia Soul16,713-34.6%25,5534151
64Honda Odyssey16,390-23.0%21,2975949
65Hyundai Palisade16,333new0 –130
66Nissan Murano15,68333.7%11,7299774
67Subaru Ascent15,624-18.1%19,0736461
68Hyundai Sonata15,602-27.5%21,5205759
69VW Atlas15,407-3.6%15,9797262
70Jeep Gladiator15,25813402.7%113268107
71Hyundai Kona15,174-17.5%18,3976668
72Dodge Journey15,151-36.9%24,0034765
73Jeep Renegade14,164-22.3%18,2186764
74GMC Yukon14,067-5.9%14,9477966
75Nissan Kicks13,96911.6%12,5199286
76Chevrolet Express13,309-22.7%17,2156963
77Mitsubishi Outlander  13,156-8.5%14,37182106
78Mercedes GLC13,098-14.8%15,3667470
79Ford Ecosport12,9220.3%12,8798980
80Mitsubishi Outlander Sport12,5771.0%12,45793118
81Nissan Versa12,176-51.3%24,9924477
82Dodge Challenger12,138-9.6%13,4318582
83Toyota Sienna11,876-36.2%18,6166567
84Mercedes GLE11,80280.6%6,53513498
85Toyota Prius (incl. C & V)11,483-4.8%12,0589573
86Lexus NX11,309-17.9%13,7758484
87Acura RDX11,153-25.5%14,9727881
88BMW X510,637-10.7%11,9129689
89BMW X310,613-27.1%14,5688072
90BMW 3 Series10,61329.0%8,225113101
91Toyota C-HR10,372-28.6%14,5218196
92Subaru Impreza10,289-25.3%13,77983n/a
93Nissan Frontier10,280-49.2%20,2216271
94Ford E-Series10,098-6.4%10,791100102
95Audi Q59,960-34.6%15,2287576
96Ram ProMaster9,584-28.0%13,3198688
97Chevrolet Spark9,35345.6%6,423136126
98Lexus ES9,247-18.8%11,3909892
99Infiniti QX609,061-29.4%12,83090104
100Cadillac XT59,023-32.0%13,2788795
101Acura MDX8,941-17.1%10,78310190
102Buick Enclave8,752-30.4%12,5809193
103Mazda CX-308,365new0 –274
104Honda Ridgeline8,12516.9%6,952127119
105Mazda38,118-46.6%15,2157694
106Nissan Armada8,026-18.1%9,801106122
107Honda Passport7,83362.7%4,814160111
108VW Golf7,700-1.1%7,786117110
109Ford Transit Connect7,565-15.4%8,940110105
110BMW X77,282233.1%2,186208152
111Mazda CX-97,21912.5%6,418137133
112Chevrolet Camaro7,185-40.5%12,0839499
113Honda Fit7,17912.4%6,388138114
114Mercedes E Class/CLS7,060-32.1%10,394103108
115Buick Envision6,933-9.1%7,623120120
116Mercedes C Class6,856-54.3%15,0027797
117Kia Rio6,84516.9%5,854143141
118Subaru Legacy6,535-20.5%8,219114116
119Mercedes GLS6,3816.0%6,017141148
120Audi Q76,232-12.4%7,117122117
121Nissan Maxima6,102-42.2%10,554102115
122Volvo XC906,087-8.6%6,659130112
123VW Passat5,981-22.9%7,758118184
124Chevrolet Bolt5,87436.1%4,316168175
125Nissan Titan5,732-40.8%9,683107125
126Lincoln Corsair/MKC5,670-2.0%5,787145138
127Lincoln Aviator5,666new0 –213
128Cadillac Escalade5,619-20.8%7,099123113
129Infiniti QX805,598-3.3%5,789144159
130Infiniti Q505,575-32.5%8,264112136
131Volvo XC605,569-16.1%6,636131127
132Audi Q35,5561296.0%398257181
133Chevrolet Suburban5,502-50.1%11,0299991
134Acura TLX5,484-22.0%7,029124134
135Chrysler 3005,416-34.7%8,290111129
136BMW 5 Series5,395-47.8%10,345105109
137Mercedes Sprinter5,339-1.8%5,435152128
138Audi A55,320-2.9%5,478151146
139Lincoln Nautilus/MKX5,246-33.0%7,835116124
140Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross5,184-42.4%8,997109156
141Cadillac XT45,163-26.5%7,026125123
142Lexus GX5,122-5.7%5,429153137
143Cadillac XT65,074new0 –200
144Kia Seltos5,052new0 – –
145Kia Niro4,975-6.9%5,346156143
146Mercedes GLA4,9695.3%4,721161154
147Chevrolet Impala4,966-62.5%13,25988103
148Mercedes GLB4,820new0 –267
149Hyundai Accent4,807-29.1%6,781129140
150Nissan NV2004,7401.8%4,655162162
151Mitsubishi Mirage4,646-25.6%6,242139132
152Tesla Model S4,60026.9%3,625181185
153Subaru Impreza WRX4,540-26.8%6,203140n/a
154Mazda64,506-34.9%6,921128153
155GMC Canyon4,483-35.5%6,954126121
156Chevrolet Sonic4,341-2.7%4,460166187
157GMC Savana4,182-36.3%6,566133144
158Infiniti QX504,16916.4%3,583182165
159BMW X14,133-29.4%5,856142167
160Toyota Avalon4,080-38.4%6,619132131
161Volvo XC403,97011.0%3,577183170
162Audi A43,950-31.6%5,779146135
163Honda Insight3,903-29.0%5,500150145
164Lexus UX3,838-2.2%3,925173174
165Lincoln Navigator3,826-14.4%4,469165163
166Porsche Cayenne3,821-31.3%5,559148160
167Chevrolet Corvette3,820-3.1%3,943172166
168Porsche Macan3,777-10.2%4,208170147
169Nissan NV3,729-17.3%4,507164155
170Tesla Model X3,700-3.9%3,850177158
171Mercedes A Class3,697315.4%890231177
172Kia Sedona3,608-6.5%3,859176178
173Mini Cooper3,562-37.6%5,709147149
174Hyundai Ioniq3,5226.4%3,310185157
175Lincoln MKZ3,482-18.8%4,287169169
176Mercedes CLA Class3,280-37.0%5,210157190
177Hyundai Venue3,166new0 –271
178Cadillac CT53,000new0 –287
179Acura ILX2,741-12.7%3,141191182
180Ford Fiesta2,723-82.9%15,9437383
181Lexus IS2,712-30.4%3,894174180
182Volvo S602,635-30.8%3,809178171
183Porsche 9112,590-10.5%2,894197208
184Kia Stinger2,560-20.7%3,227187188
185Mazda CX-32,552-21.5%3,253186176
186Audi A62,492-53.5%5,358155168
187Ford Flex2,466-55.6%5,557149142
188Audi Q82,435-23.3%3,176189183
189Toyota Yaris2,416-69.4%7,894115150
190Mercedes S Class2,366-24.9%3,151190193
191BMW X22,285-22.6%2,951194203
192Audi A32,238-16.1%2,669199204
193BMW 4 Series2,198-70.3%7,402121164
194Mercedes Metris2,1815.8%2,061211198
195Ram ProMaster City2,096-42.9%3,668180191
196Hyundai Veloster2,082-46.5%3,891175192
197Genesis G702,074-7.1%2,232205197
198Nissan Leaf1,958-27.1%2,685198195
199Alfa Romeo Stelvio1,912-13.5%2,210206207
200BMW X41,78824.5%1,436221211
201BMW 2 Series1,772-14.1%2,062210214
202Alfa Romeo Giulia1,759-13.6%2,035213212
203Cadillac CT61,724-21.2%2,188207215
204Audi e-Tron1,711new0 –224
205Mazda MX-5 Miata1,70011.1%1,530218216
206BMW 8-Series1,693181.7%601246233
207BMW 7 Series1,685-26.5%2,293203210
208Mini Countryman1,674-47.6%3,196188186
209Mercedes G Class1,630-28.9%2,293204222
210VW Beetle1,610-63.9%4,455167172
211Lincoln Continental1,56315.4%1,355223221
212Toyota Sequoia1,408-41.6%2,410202206
213Honda Clarity FCV1,255-68.4%3,968171199
214BMW X61,251-40.4%2,100209234
215Buick Regal1,201-59.1%2,938195205
216Genesis G801,197-19.2%1,481220218
217Porsche Panamera1,185-30.2%1,698216220
218Toyota Supra1,013new0 –246
219Mercedes AMG GT96750.2%644243235
220Infiniti Q60927-28.9%1,304224225
221Volvo V60870480.0%150266247
222Lexus LX846-30.3%1,214226230
223Lexus LS801-42.9%1,404222223
224Tesla Model Y800new0 – –
225VW Arteon788new0 –254
226Lexus RC757-21.4%963228231
227Toyota 86704-12.8%807233239
228Genesis G9068439.6%490252258
229Audi A7649-63.3%1,766215226
230BMW Z4625210.9%201263245
231Lexus GS624-34.7%955230241
232Toyota Land Cruiser614-23.9%807234238
233Nissan 370Z561-13.3%647242255
234Audi A8554-29.6%787236244
235Kia Cadenza48518.0%411255261
236Cadillac XTS473-87.3%3,734179202
237Mercedes SLC419-17.7%509251259
238Chevrolet Cruze405-98.3%23,31150100
239Mercedes SL Class401-8.0%436253260
240Porsche 718400-39.8%665241236
241Subaru BRZ392-52.1%819232256
242Fiat 124 Spider388-24.4%513250248
243Fiat 500327-58.0%778237242
244Fiat 500X283-62.5%755238253
245Lexus LC240-25.0%320260266
246Porsche Taycan211new0 – –
247Volvo V90185-57.4%434254262
248Acura RLX178-53.3%381258273
249Audi TT176-16.2%210262264
250Volvo S90169-78.7%793235251
251Cadillac CTS160-93.4%2,428201219
252Toyota Mirai147-57.6%347259263
253Buick LaCrosse138-95.2%2,902196217
254Fiat 500L130-22.6%168264275
255Infiniti Q70114-88.1%962229250
256Infiniti QX30112-92.9%1,577217243
257Lincoln MKT109-91.2%1,242225240
258Audi R898-34.2%149267277
259Ford GT79-7.1%85272282
260BMW i866-59.0%161265270
261Kia K90065-36.3%102269278
262BMW i364-93.4%964227228
263Nissan GT-R58-37.6%93270279
264BMW 6 Series52-91.7%625244268
265Hyundai Nexo51-15.0%60274280
266Cadillac ATS47-91.0%522249269
267Cadillac CT440new0 – –
268Acura NSX34-57.0%79273281
269Alfa Romeo 4C31-24.4%41275284
270Chevrolet Volt23-99.1%2,520200227
271VW CC17-22.7%22278285
272Buick Cascada7-99.1%746239252
273VW Touareg3-96.5%86271283
274Chrysler 2003-88.5%26277286
275Dodge Dart3-62.5%8281290
276Chevrolet Trailblazer3new0 – –
277Lexus LFA2-33.3%3283298
278Honda CR-Z10.0%1288299
279Ford Focus0-100.0%10,349104194
280Ford Taurus0-100.0%7,630119189
281Chevrolet City Express0-100.0%559248232
282Ford C-Max0-100.0%28276288
283Jeep Patriot0-100.0%10279289
284Nissan Juke0-100.0%9280291
285Infiniti QX700-100.0%6282293
286Mitsubishi Lancer0-100.0%3285297
287Chrysler Town & Country0-100.0%1286295
288Dodge Viper0-100.0%1287294
289Toyota Venza0-100.0%1289296
290Mercedes B Class0-100.0%3284292
291Smart Fortwo0-100.0%231261276
292Jaguar E-Pacen/an/a1,500219229
293Jaguar F-Pacen/an/a4,540163179
294Jaguar F-Typen/an/a738240257
295Jaguar i-Pacen/an/a608245249
296Jaguar XEn/an/a1,841214237
297Jaguar XFn/an/a586247265
298Jaguar XJn/an/a409256272
299Land Rover Discoveryn/an/a3,043192209
300Land Rover Discovery Sportn/an/a3,527184196
301Range Rover  n/an/a4,988158161
302Range Rover Evoquen/an/a2,052212201
303Range Rover Sportn/an/a6,469135139
304Range Rover Velarn/an/a4,949159173

Source: Manufacturers, ANDC, GCBC

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  1. Likely dozens of these COLOSSAL – or should I say monstrous – 2020 Chevy Silverado’s will feature in road rage video’s. This truck might have the effect of a red rag on a bull. Or bison, whatever 🙂

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