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January 2010 US new vehicle sales

By Group - Top 7, then VAG, followed by grouping of Mazda, Subaru, Daimler, & BMW

1 GM 146049
2 Ford 116534
3 Toyota 98796
4 Honda 67479
5 Nissan/Renault 62572
6 Fiat/Chrysler 57143
7 Hyundai/KIA 52626
8 VW/Porsche 26315
9 Mazda 15694
10 Subaru 15611
11 Daimler 15436
12 BMW 15410
13 Mitsubishi 4170
14 TATA 2589
15 Suzuki 2040

US Car Brands Dodge is in the Top 10 ahead of VW.
Chrysler volume is around the Luxury brands Cadillac, Lincoln, Infiniti, Accura.

Rank Brand Vol % Jan-10
1 Chevrolet 36% 105294
2 Ford 26% 99888
3 Toyota -19% 83279
4 Honda -4% 60347
5 Nissan 19% 55861
6 Hyundai 24% 30503
7 Kia 0% 22123
8 GMC 11% 21303
9 Dodge 1% 19953
10 Volkswagen 41% 18019
11 Jeep -7% 15715
12 Mazda 2% 15694
13 Subaru 28% 15611
14 Lexus 5% 15517
15 Mercedes-Benz 45% 15158
16 BMW 8% 13163
17 Ram -25% 11032
18 Chrysler -2% 10443
19 Buick 44% 10061
20 Cadillac -1% 8440
21 Acura -9% 7132
22 Lincoln 16% 7036
23 Infiniti -6% 6711
24 Audi 38% 6510
25 Mercury 6% 5482
26 Mitsubishi -12% 4170
27 Volvo 42% 4128
28 Mini 8% 2247
29 Suzuki -44% 2040
30 Land Rover 4% 1958
31 Porsche 8% 1786
32 Jaguar -19% 631
33 Saturn -91% 562
34 Saab -46% 511
35 Pontiac -96% 389
36 Smart -84% 278
37 Hummer -78% 265

(Rank) Model Jan-10 Change
(1) Ford F-Series 27630 10%
(2) Chevrolet Silverado 22772 -5%
(3) Honda Accord 19022 15%
(4) Nissan Altima 18636 32%
(5) Toyota Corolla/Matrix 17121 -11%
(6) Chevrolet Malibu 16439 77%
(7) Toyota Camry/Solara 15792 -24%
(8) Honda Civic 14693 4%
(9) Chevrolet Cobalt 12962 150%
(10) Ford Fusion 12179 49%
(11) Chevrolet Impala 10939 55%
(12) Ford Escape 10753 29%
(13) Ford Focus 10389 34%
(14) Dodge Ram 9957 -23%
(15) Honda CR-V 9672 -26%
(16) Chevrolet Equinox 9513 76%
(17) Volkswagen Jetta 8893 43%
(18) Toyota Prius 8484 5%
(19) Subaru Legacy/Outback 7915 115%
(20) Toyota RAV4 7894 -2%

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Feb 2010 US Auto Sales

U.S. Light Vehicle Monthly Sales by Company

(Rank) Feb-10 % change Position
(1) GM 141551 12% -
(2) Ford 140319 44% +1
(3) Toyota 100027 -9% -1
(4) Chrysler 84201 1% -
(5) Honda 80671 13% -
(6) Nissan 70189 29% -
(7) Hyundai Group 58056 10% -
(8) VW/Porsche 25863 30% -
(9) Subaru 18098 38% +3
(10) BMW 17971 14% -
(11) Mazda 17054 4% -2
(12) Daimler 15857 1% -1
(13) Mitsubishi 4019 -10% -
(14) Tata 2793 11% +1
(15) Suzuki 1375 -61% -1
Total Light Vehicles 778189 13%

Some significant changes in brand position

(Rank) Brand Vol % 2010 position change
(20) Buick 47% 9121 +4
(1) Ford 46% 123507 +1
(26) Volvo 38% 4641 +4
(12) Subaru 38% 18098 +6
(25) Audi 34% 6216 +2
(11) Volkswagen 33% 18116 +5
(2) Chevrolet 32% 99999 +1
(5) Nissan 32% 63148 -
(19) Cadillac 32% 9273 +2
(10) GMC 26% 20456 +1
(22) Mercury 24% 7456 +3
(24) Lincoln 19% 6681 +2
(30) Land Rover 18% 2,032 +2
(21) Acura 17% 8939 -1
(15) BMW 16% 15100 +4
(4) Honda 12% 71732 -
(6) Hyundai 11% 34004 -
(23) Infiniti 11% 7041 -1
(14) Chrysler 9% 16925 -1
(8) Kia 9% 24052 -
(7) Dodge 8% 32975 -
(9) Jeep 6% 23339 -
(17) Lexus 5% 13787 -
(16) Mercedes-Benz 5% 14870 -1
(13) Mazda 4% 17054 -3
(28) Mini 2% 2871 +3
(31) Porsche 1% 1531 +2
(33) Jaguar -4% 761 +3
(27) Mitsubishi -10% 4019 +1
(3) Toyota -11% 86240 -2
(18) Ram -31% 11210 -6
(29) (Saturn) -59% 2625 -6
(32) Suzuki -61% 1375 -3
(34) Smart -69% 442 -
(35) (Hummer) -72% 296 -
(36) (Saab) -86% 97 +1
(37) (Pontiac) -99% 84 -23

Top 20 vehicles for February
(1) Ford F-Series 32895
(2) Honda Accord 20024
(3) Chevrolet Silverado 19822
(4) Toyota Corolla 16996
(5) Toyota Camry 16552
(6) Honda Civic 16471
(7) Ford Fusion 16459
(8) Nissan Altima 16198
(9) Ford Escape 15156
(10) Chevrolet Malibu 15150
(11) Chevrolet Cobalt 14101
(12) Ford Focus 13708
(13) Honda CR-V 11828
(14) Chevrolet Impala 11740
(15) Nissan Versa 11609
(16) Dodge Charger 10363
(17) Dodge Ram 10267
(18) Dodge Caravan 9390

(19) Subaru Legacy/Outback 8804
(20) Ford Edge 8694
 

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MARCH 2010 U.S. Light Vehicle Monthly Sales by Company

Interesting times - big changes in results
Chrysler passed by Honda and Nissan. Subaru gains where Suzuki loses.

(Rank) Group %YoY 2010 move
(1) GM 22% 188,546 -
(2) Toyota 41% 186,863 -
(3) Ford 40% 183,783 -
(4) Honda 22% 108,262 +1
(5) Nissan/Renault 43% 95,468 +1
(6) Fiat/Chrysler -8% 92,623 -2
(7) Hyundai/KIA 18% 77,524 -
(8) VW/Porsche 37% 32,642 -
(9) Subaru 46% 23,785 +3
(10) Mazda 6% 23,193 -1
(11) BMW 3% 21,670 -1
(12) Daimler 19% 20,700 -1
(13) Mitsubishi 18% 5,434 +1
(14) TATA 8% 3,709 +1
(15) Suzuki -72% 2,246 -2
(16) Spyker -89% 133 -
Grand Total 24% 1,066,581

Model ranges show effect of discounting for Toyota

Top 20 vehicles for March
(Rank) Vehicle Mar-10 % YoY (Rank YTD)
(1) Ford F-Series 42514 29.90% (1)
(2) Toyota Camry 36251 40.60% (3)
(3) Chevrolet Silverado 29886 27.10% (2)
(4) Toyota Corolla/ Matrix 29623 33.10% (5)
(5) Honda Accord 26533 16.80% (4)
(6) Toyota RAV4 25781 116.70% (12)
(7) Nissan Altima 24649 26.30% (6)
(8) Ford Fusion 22773 79% (8)
(9) Honda Civic 22463 8.80% (7)
(10) Ford Focus 19500 57.50% (11)
(11) Ford Escape 19182 52.50% (10)
(12) Hyundai Sonata 18935 52.60% (16)
(13) Dodge Ram PU 17818 -7.80% (14)
(14) Chevrolet Malibu 17750 20.20% (9)
(15) Chevrolet Impala 15594 23.30% (13)
(16) Honda CR-V 14848 14.60% (15)
(17) Nissan Versa 13811 105.10% (17)
(18) Chevrolet Equinox 12805 193.60% (18)
(19) Toyota Highlander 11953 121.20% (20)
(20) Toyota Prius 11786 32.10% (19)

At the Brands Kia and Dodge trade places, GMC passes Jeep, and Chrysler slips behind Mercedes and Lexus.

(Rank) Brand/Company % YoY 2010 move
(1) Toyota 41% 166644 -
(2) Ford 46% 159367 -
(3) Chevrolet 41% 133165 -
(4) Honda 22% 96540 -
(5) Nissan 44% 85526 -
(6) Hyundai 15% 47002 -
(7) Kia 23% 30522 +1
(8) Dodge -19% 29506 -1
(9) GMC 45% 27648 +4
(10) Jeep 3% 24393 -1
(11) Subaru 46% 23785 +5
(12) Mazda 6% 23193 -2
(13) Volkswagen 41% 22148 +4
(14) Lexus 42% 20219 +5
(15) Mercedes-Benz 28% 20023 +3
(16) Chrysler 1% 19780 -4
(17) Ram -11% 18944 -6
(18) BMW 3% 18060 -3
(19) Buick 76% 12954 +5
(20) Acura 30% 11722 -
(21) Cadillac 42% 11639 +1
(22) Mercury 26% 10486 -1
(23) Infiniti 37% 9942 +4
(24) Lincoln 19% 8693 +2
(25) Audi 34% 8589 +3
(26) Mitsubishi 18% 5434 +4
(27) Volvo -18% 5237 +2
(28) Mini 0% 3610 +3
(29) Saturn -63% 2737 -4
(30) Land Rover 21% 2726 +2
(31) Suzuki -72% 2246 -8
(32) Porsche 9% 1905 +1
(33) Jaguar -16% 983 +3
(34) Smart -61% 677 -
(35) Hummer -65% 294 +2
(36) Saab -89% 133 -1
(37) Pontiac -99% 109 -23
 

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Interesting, I always knew the F-series trucks were leaps and bounds ahead, but never knew the numbers. Guess my F-350 isn't as unique as I thought, lol; my Ram is though :smileup:
 

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APRIL 2010 U.S. Light Vehicle Monthly Sales by Company

GM was in dire straits a year ago now back on top. Subaru still on the up.

(Rank) Group %YoY 2010 move
(1) GM 138% 183,997 +3
(2) Ford 25% 162,996 -1
(3) Toyota 24% 157,439 -1
(4) Honda 13% 113,697 -1
(5) Fiat/Chrysler 25% 96,006 -
(6) Hyundai/KIA 24% 74,059 -
(7) Nissan/Renault 35% 63,769 -
(8) VW/Porsche 36% 34,327
(9) Subaru 48% 23,198 +3
(10) BMW 9% 21,131 -1
(11) Mazda 17% 18,935 -1
(12) Daimler 15% 18,314 -1
(13) Geely 1% 4,546 -
(14) Mitsubishi 0% 3,932 -
(15) TATA 10% 3,645 -
(16) Suzuki -23% 1,950 -
(17) Spyker -76% 215 -
Grand Total 35% 982,156



Top 20 – April 2010
(Rank) Vehicle Mar-10 % YoY (Rank YTD)
(1) Ford F - Series PU 40946 42% (1)
(2) Chevrolet Silverado PU 29618 12% (2)
(3) Honda Accord 29311 0% (4)
(4) Toyota Corolla / Matrix 27932 51% (5)
(5) Toyota Camry / Solara 27914 10% (3)
(6) Honda Civic 25042 -5% (6)
(7) Ford Escape 19146 41% (10)
(8) Ford Fusion 18971 4% (8)
(9) Hyundai Sonata 18536 57% (17)
(10) Honda CR-V 16661 37% (14)
(11) Chevrolet Malibu 16536 13% (9)
(12) Chevrolet Impala 16144 -8% (13)
(13) Toyota RAV4 14851 34% (12)
(14) Nissan Altima 14762 23% (7)
(15) Ford Focus 14107 21% (11)
(16) Chevrolet Cobalt 13701 29% (16)
(17) Dodge Ram PU 13665 -24% (15)
(18) Chrysler Town & Country 13367 80% (20)
(19) Toyota Prius 12555 50% (19)
(20) Chevrolet Equinox 11987 190% (18)

At the Brands Chevrolet is taking over Pontiac sales, Dodge traded places with KIA, Chrysler last year was associated with the Bankruptcy, RAM is suffering from it's lone identity.

(Rank) Brand % YoY 2010 move
(1) Ford 26% 146,589 -
(2) Toyota 24% 139,080 -
(3) Chevrolet 17% 135,369 +5
(4) Honda 12% 102,978 -1
(5) Nissan 34% 56,558 -1
(6) Hyundai 30% 44,023 -1
(7) Dodge 61% 38,795 -
(8) Kia 17% 30,036 -2
(9) GMC 18% 24,224 -
(10) Subaru 48% 23,198 +5
(11) Volkswagen 42% 23,135 +1
(12) Chrysler 61% 22,386 +6
(13) Jeep 0% 19,645 -3
(14) Mazda 17% 18,935 -1
(15) Lexus 29% 18,359 +2
(16) Mercedes-Benz 21% 17,628 -
(17) BMW 10% 17,268 -3
(18) Ram -22% 14,877 -7
(19) Buick 36% 12,181 +1
(20) Cadillac 36% 11,317 +2
(21) Acura 22% 10,719 -
(22) Audi 33% 9,319 +3
(23) Mercury 19% 9,128 -
(24) Lincoln 22% 7,279 +2
(25) Infiniti 46% 7,211 +2
(26) Volvo 1% 4,546 +2
(27) Mitsubishi 0% 3,932 +2
(28) Mini 5% 3,843 +2
(29) Land Rover 35% 2,749 +3
(30) Suzuki -23% 1,950 +1
(31) Porsche -6% 1,747 +2
(32) Jaguar -30% 896 +3
(33) Smart -49% 680 +1
(34) (Hummer) -47% 481 +2
(35) (Saturn) -95% 373 -11
(36) Saab -76% 215 +1
(37) Maserati 72% 186 +3
(38) Bentley 13% 126 +1
(39) Ferrari 1% 117 -1
(40) (Pontiac) -100% 52 -21
(41) Rolls Royce -36% 20 -
(42) Maybach -14% 6 -
 

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MAY 2010 U.S. Light Vehicle Monthly Sales

MAY 2010 U.S. Light Vehicle Monthly Sales by Company

BMW stagnating >

(Rank) Group %YoY May-10 move
(1) GM 17% 223,876 -
(2) Ford 23% 192,253 -
(3) Toyota 7% 162,813 -
(4) Honda 19% 117,173 -
(5) Fiat/Chrysler 33% 105,074 -
(6) Nissan/Renault 24% 83,764 -
(7) Hyundai/KIA 28% 80,476 -
(8) VW/Porsche 19% 34,755 -
(9) Subaru 35% 23,667 +1
(10) Mazda 35% 22,605 +1
(11) BMW -4% 22,110 -2
(12) Daimler 22% 19,879 -
(13) Mitsubishi 9% 4,737 +1
(14) Geely -16% 4,659 -1
(15) TATA 8% 3,671 -
(16) Suzuki -26% 1,903 -
(17) Spyker -78% 174 -
Grand Total 19% 1,103,589

Top 20 – May 2010
(Rank) Vehicle May-10 % YoY (Rank YTD)
(1) Ford F - Series PU 49,858 49% (1)
(2) Chevrolet Silverado PU 33,690 7% (2)
(3) Toyota Camry / Solara 29,295 -7% (3)
(4) Honda Civic 28,458 37% (6)
(5) Honda Accord 27,835 23% (4)
(6) Toyota Corolla / Matrix 26,953 14% (5)
(7) Ford Fusion 22,381 13% (8)
(8) Nissan Altima 21,950 19% (7)
(9) Chevrolet Malibu 21,722 54% (9)
(10) Hyundai Sonata 21,195 92% (13)
(11) Chevrolet Impala 20,623 10% (11)
(12) Ford Escape 19,203 17% (10)
(13) Honda CR-V 17,820 23% (14)
(14) Dodge Ram PU 17,298 12% (15)
(15) Ford Focus 16,931 13% (12)
(16) Chevrolet Cobalt 16,173 27% (16)
(17) Toyota Prius 14,248 41% (18)
(18) Ford Edge 13,660 43% (20)
(19) Chrysler Town & Country 13,395 68% (19)
(20) Chevrolet Equinox 13,134 256% (17)

As Mercury dies it still outsells Lincoln. Super month for Dodge.
What's driving Subaru ?

(Rank) Brand % YoY May-10 move
(1) Ford 28% 175,370 -
(2) Chevrolet 31% 167,235 +1
(3) Toyota 4% 140,597 -1
(4) Honda 19% 105,407 -
(5) Nissan 24% 75,673 -
(6) Hyundai 33% 49,045 -
(7) Dodge 73% 42,242 +1
(8) Kia 21% 31,431 -1
(9) GMC 26% 30,160 -
(10) Subaru 35% 23,667 +3
(11) Volkswagen 20% 23,543 -
(12) Jeep 6% 22,948 -2
(13) Mazda 35% 22,605 +3
(14) Lexus 31% 22,216 +1
(15) Chrysler 29% 20,699 +2
(16) Mercedes-Benz 27% 19,176 +2
(17) Ram 12% 18,930 -3
(18) BMW -3% 17,859 -6
(19) Buick 37% 12,582 +3
(20) Cadillac 54% 12,382 +5
(21) Acura 24% 11,766 -
(22) Audi 23% 9,205 +4
(23) (Mercury) -11% 9,128 -3
(24) Infiniti 25% 8,091 +3
(25) Lincoln -9% 7,755 -2
(26) Mitsubishi 9% 4,737 +4
(27) Volvo -16% 4,659 +1
(28) Mini -8% 4,233 +1
(29) Land Rover 22% 2,709 +3
(30) Suzuki -26% 1,903 +1
(31) Porsche -5% 1,873 +2
(32) (Hummer) 18% 1,290 +4
(33) Jaguar -18% 962 +2
(34) Smart -41% 695 -
(35) (Pontiac) -99% 181 -16
(36) Saab -78% 174 +1
(37) Maserati 19% 152 +2
(38) Bentley -16% 134 -
(39) Ferrari 21% 103 +1
(40) (Saturn) -99% 46 -16
(41) Rolls Royce -31% 18 -
(42) Maybach 167% 8 -
 

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'Strong evidence that the worst is behind us'-UAW

The U.S. auto industry has passed the worst of its downturn after painful but "needed" sacrifices by unionized auto workers, retiring United Auto Workers President Ron Gettelfinger said on Monday.

Gettelfinger, speaking to about 1,100 UAW delegates in Detroit, said the U.S. auto industry is back on profitable footing and increasing domestic production a year after the Obama administration intervened to save General Motors Co and Chrysler Group LLC.

"There is strong evidence that the worst is behind us and the industry is clearly rebounding,"

Gettelfinger is retiring after eight years as president, where he steered the union through historic givebacks on pensions, health care and wages for new workers.

UAW membership peaked near 1.5 million in 1979, but had fallen to about 732,000 when Gettelfinger was nominated in late 2001 to lead the union. By 2009, membership had dropped below 400,000 workers.

[Reuters]
 

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JUNE 2010 U.S. Light Vehicle Monthly Sales

JUNE 2010 U.S. Light Vehicle Monthly Sales by Company

Mitsubishi slipping

(Rank) Group %YoY Jun-10 move
(1) GM 11% 195,380 -
(2) Ford 15% 170,900 -
(3) Toyota 7% 140,604 -
(4) Honda 6% 106,627 -
(5) Fiat/Chrysler 35% 92,786 -
(6) Hyundai/KIA 28% 83,111 -
(7) Nissan/Renault 11% 64,570 -
(8) VW/Porsche 16% 31,909 -
(9) BMW 12% 23,416 -
(10) Subaru 16% 21,601 -
(11) Daimler 20% 19,578 -
(12) Mazda 33% 18,238 -
(13) Geely -29% 4,995 -
(14) TATA 53% 4,408 +1
(15) Mitsubishi -4% 4,198 -1
(16) Suzuki -5% 2,035 -
(17) Spyker -72% 216 -
Grand Total 14% 984,572

Chevy is strong compared to GM's troubles a year ago.
Only 1 Top 20 vehicle is down first half on last year - the RAM w/o Dodge

Top 20 – June 2010
(Rank) Vehicle Jun-10 % YoY (Rank YTD) YTD %
(1) Ford F - Series PU 46,502 30% (1) 34%
(2) Chevrolet Silverado PU 30,994 25% (2) 11%
(3) Toyota Camry / Solara 28,435 8% (3) 3%
(4) Honda Civic 26,474 26% (6) 13%
(5) Honda Accord 24,944 4% (4) 13%
(6) Toyota Corolla / Matrix 21,876 10% (5) 16%
(7) Chevrolet Malibu 20,720 81% (9) 43%
(8) Ford Fusion 18,412 -1% (8) 31%
(9) Hyundai Sonata 17,771 49% (13) 48%
(10) Honda CR-V 16,041 17% (14) 10%
(11) Nissan Altima 15,920 -3% (7) 16%
(12) Ram PU 15,864 10% (15) -10%
(13) Ford Escape 15,540 1% (10) 30%
(14) Ford Focus 15,148 21% (11) 30%
(15) Chevrolet Impala 14,451 -3% (12) 14%
(16) Hyundai Elantra 14,245 119% (18) 44%
(17) Toyota RAV4 12,573 25% (16) 30%
(18) Chevrolet Equinox 11,490 180% (17) 166%
(19) GMC Sierra PU 11,441 27% (19) 11%
(20) Chevrolet Traverse 11,371 56% (20) 29%

The plunge of Pontiac and Saturn flatters the postion of other Brands (except RAM).
Subaru now outsells VW. Lincoln needs work.

(Rank) Brand % YoY 2010 move
(1) Ford 16% 155,332 -
(2) Chevrolet 32% 141,381 +1
(3) Toyota 7% 123,272 -1
(4) Honda 4% 95,788 -
(5) Nissan 8% 56,266 -
(6) Hyundai 35% 51,205 -
(7) Dodge 67% 36,996 +2
(8) Kia 19% 31,906 -1
(9) GMC 45% 28,526 +1
(10) Subaru 16% 21,601 +2
(11) Volkswagen 11% 21,051 -
(12) Jeep 25% 20,731 +3
(13) BMW 15% 19,182 +1
(14) Mercedes-Benz 25% 18,997 +3
(15) Mazda 33% 18,238 +4
(16) Chrysler 30% 17,893 +2
(17) Lexus 3% 17,332 -4
(18) Ram 7% 16,862 -2
(19) Buick 53% 13,133 +1
(20) Cadillac 39% 11,788 +1
(21) Acura 31% 10,839 +1
(22) Mercury 26% 9,250 +3
(23) Audi 14% 8,601 -
(24) Infiniti 32% 8,304 +4
(25) Lincoln -11% 6,318 +1
(26) Volvo -29% 4,995 +1
(27) Mitsubishi -4% 4,198 +2
(28) Mini 1% 4,149 +2
(29) Land Rover 44% 2,790 +3
(30) Porsche 137% 2,141 +6
(31) Suzuki -5% 2,035 -
(32) Jaguar 73% 1,618 +3
(33) Smart -48% 577 -
(34) (Hummer) -72% 303 -
(35) Saab -72% 216 +2
(36) Maserati 62% 180 +3
(37) Saturn -98% 137 -13
(38) Ferrari 14% 124 +2
(39) Bentley -6% 116 -1
(40) Pontiac -100% 112 -32
(41) Rolls Royce 193% 85 -
(42) Maybach -20% 4 -
 

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JULY 2010 U.S. Light Vehicle Monthly Sales

JULY 2010 U.S. Light Vehicle Monthly Sales by Company

(Rank) Group %YoY Jul-10 move
(1) GM 6% 199,692 -
(2) Toyota -3% 169,224 -
(3) Ford 5% 166,092 -
(4) Honda -2% 112,437 -
(5) Fiat/Chrysler 5% 93,610 -
(6) Hyundai/KIA 20% 89,525 -
(7) Nissan/Renault 15% 82,337 -
(8) VW/Porsche 20% 34,456 -
(9) Subaru 10% 23,983 -
(10) BMW 10% 23,465 -
(11) Mazda 9% 20,732 -
(12) Daimler 2% 17,930 -
(13) Mitsubishi 26% 5,648 +1
(14) Geely -33% 4,319 -1
(15) TATA 46% 3,808 +1
(16) Suzuki -44% 1,952 -1
(17) Spyker -18% 470 -
Grand Total 5% 1,049,680


Top 20 – July 2010
[Rank] Vehicle Jul-10 YTD 2010
(1) Ford F – Series 50,449 (1)
(2) Toyota Camry 35,058 (3)
(3) Chevrolet Silverado 34,664 (2)
(4) Toyota Corolla 27,345 (5)
(5) Honda Civic 23,231 (6)
(6) Honda Accord 23,032 (4)
(7) Chevrolet Malibu 20,458 (8)
(8) Ram Pickup 20,138 (14)
(9) Honda CR-V 20,058 (12)
(10) Nissan Altima 18,275 (7)
(11) Hyundai Elantra 18,215 -
(12) Hyundai Sonata 17,836 (11)
(13) Ford Fusion 17,406 (9)
(14) Toyota RAV4 15,979 (16)
(15) Ford Focus 15,417 (13)
(16) Ford Escape 14,689 (10)
(17) Chevrolet Impala 14,565 (15)
(18) Toyota Prius 14,102 -
(19) GMC Sierra 11,910 (19)
(20) Nissan Rogue 10,963 -

Good month for RAM at #8


Lots of movement amongst the BRANDS
(Rank) Brand % YoY 2010 move
(1) Ford 8% 153,603 +1
(2) Toyota -4% 150,629 -1
(3) Chevrolet 12% 139,916 -
(4) Honda -6% 99,420 -
(5) Nissan 12% 72,573 -
(6) Hyundai 19% 54,106 -
(7) Kia 21% 35,419 +1
(8) Dodge 0% 30,916 -1
(9) GMC 27% 27,798 +2
(10) Jeep 19% 26,466 -1
(11) Subaru 10% 23,983 +1
(12) Volkswagen 16% 23,880 +1
(13) Ram 11% 21,239 +1
(14) Mazda 9% 20,732 +1
(15) BMW 16% 19,064 +3
(16) Lexus 0% 18,595 -
(17) Mercedes-Benz 7% 17,367 +2
(18) Buick 137% 16,799 +4
(19) Cadillac 142% 14,919 +8
(20) Chrysler -11% 14,692 -3
(21) Acura 50% 13,017 -
(22) Infiniti 38% 9,764 +1
(23) Audi 22% 7,817 +3
(24) Mercury -31% 6,903 -4
(25) Mitsubishi 26% 5,648 +5
(26) Lincoln -16% 5,586 -2
(27) Mini -11% 4,326 +2
(28) Volvo -33% 4,319 -3
(29) Porsche 75% 2,703 +4
(30) Land Rover 26% 2,292 +2
(31) Suzuki -44% 1,952 -
(32) Jaguar 93% 1,516 +4
(33) Smart -61% 560 +1
(34) Saab -18% 470 +3
(35) (Hummer) -74% 210 -
(36) Maserati 59% 156 +4
(37) Ferrari 18% 141 +1

(38) Rolls Royce 188% 75 +3
(39) Bentley -47% 56 -
(40) (Saturn) -99% 30 -12
(41) (Pontiac) -100% 20 -31
(42) Maybach -25% 3 -


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August 2010 U.S. Light Vehicle Monthly Sales

August 2010 U.S. Light Vehicle Monthly Sales by Company

(Rank) Group %YoY Aug-10 move
(1) GM -25% 185,176 -
(2) Ford -11% 157,503 +1
(3) Toyota -34% 148,388 -1
(4) Honda -33% 108,729 -
(5) Fiat/Chrysler 7% 99,897 +2
(6) Hyundai/KIA -15% 86,068 -
(7) Nissan/Renault -27% 76,827 -2
(8) VW/Porsche -1% 34,151 -
(9) BMW -1% 24,030 +2
(10) Subaru -22% 22,239 -1
(11) Mazda -26% 19,739 -1
(12) Daimler 3% 19,280 -
(13) Geely -24% 4,441 +1
(14) Mitsubishi -37% 4,293 -1
(15) TATA 25% 3,958 +1
(16) Suzuki -68% 1,830 -1
(17) Spyker -40% 290 -
Grand Total -21% 996,839


[Rank] Top 20 Vehicle Aug-10 YTD 2010 % Chg '09
(1) Ford F - Series PU 47,652 (1) 5%
(2) Chevrolet Silverado PU 34,084 (2) 5%
(3) Toyota Camry / Solara 30,764 (3) -43%
(4) Honda Civic 22,803 (6) -47%
(5) Honda Accord 22,506 (4) -43%
(6) Hyundai Sonata 21,399 (11) 81%
(7) Toyota Corolla / Matrix 20,280 (5) -53%
(8) Honda CR-V 19,451 (12) -36%
(9) Dodge Ram PU 18,995 (13) 9%
(10) Nissan Altima 18,491 (7) -31%
(11) Chevrolet Malibu 18,182 (8) 5%
(12) Chevrolet Impala 17,343 (14) -15%
(13) Ford Fusion 17,082 (9) -19%
(14) Ford Focus 15,466 (15) -40%
(15) Hyundai Elantra 15,181 (18) -30%
(16) Ford Escape 14,838 (10) -29%
(17) Toyota RAV4 14,727 (16) -20%
(18) Toyota Prius 11,799 (17) -38%
(19) GMC Sierra PU 11,640 (19) 0%
(20) Volkswagen Jetta 10,667 (20) -17%


(Rank) Brand % YoY 2010 move
(1) Ford -11% 144,035 +2
(2) Chevrolet -22% 131,952 -
(3) Toyota -36% 128,923 -2
(4) Honda -36% 97,195 -
(5) Nissan -31% 67,399 -
(6) Hyundai -11% 53,603 -
(7) Dodge 8% 35,364 +1
(8) Kia -19% 32,465 -1
(9) GMC 12% 25,986 +4
(10) Jeep 17% 25,706 +5
(11) Volkswagen -8% 22,855 +1
(12) Subaru -22% 22,239 -2
(13) Ram 5% 20,604 +3
(14) Mazda -26% 19,739 -3
(15) BMW 2% 19,540 +2
(16) Lexus -15% 19,465 -2
(17) Mercedes-Benz 10% 18,826 +2
(18) Chrysler -4% 17,937 -
(19) Buick 66% 14,294 +3
(20) Cadillac 83% 12,689 +6
(21) Acura 20% 11,534 -1
(22) Infiniti 22% 9,428 +3
(23) Audi 14% 9,182 +1
(24) Mercury -22% 7,040 -3
(25) Lincoln 9% 6,428 +3
(26) Volvo -24% 4,441 +3
(27) Mini -13% 4,425 +4
(28) Mitsubishi -37% 4,293 -1
(29) Land Rover 11% 2,544 +3
(30) Porsche 33% 2,032 +4
(31) Suzuki -68% 1,830 -1
(32) Jaguar 62% 1,414 +3
(33) Smart -72% 448 -
(34) Saab -40% 290 +3
(35) (Hummer) -74% 205 +1
(36) Maserati 19% 151 +3
(37) Ferrari -6% 135 +1
(38) Bentley -19% 82 +2
(39) Rolls Royce 171% 65 +2
(40) (Saturn) -99% 43 -17
(41) (Pontiac) -100% 7 -32
(42) Maybach -50% 6 -

Chrysler turned in the best relative performance in August of all the largest automakers, selling 99,611 vehicles, a 7-percent increase. Chrysler has the highest proportion of 2010 models in its inventory among the Detroit Big Three - meaning that Chrysler is offering some of the most attractive incentive deals in the industry because it's got to clear the old models away to make room for the 2011 vehicles.

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Wait i am confused why is "Dodge" and "RAM" seerate in the brand catagories?
No-one knows. !!!!!

except Sergio and no-one believes it's because the car and business market segments are different.

Marketing wise Ralph is trying to position Dodge as a lifestyle brand
and RAM is .... Oh i give up.

We discussed this for a year and couldn't figure it out but read up the threads, there were lots of theories.

Business analysts commentary is that

Dodge + RAM is too dominant for internal management BUT to me that just sounds like a strength.
One option last year was a Chrysler brand shutdown but FIAT were persuaded to continue so that is a benchmark for an internal division.

Also FIAT has a commercial vehicle section so IVECO could become RAM.
 

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September 2010 U.S. Light Vehicle Monthly Sales

September 2010 U.S. Light Vehicle Monthly Sales by company

Ford takes Toyota, Chrysler takes Honda, Hyundai/KIA takes Nissan

(Rank) Group %YoY Sep-10 move
(1) GM 11% 173,155 -
(2) Ford 46% 160,873 +1
(3) Toyota 17% 147,162 -1
(4) Fiat/Chrysler 61% 100,378 +1
(5) Honda 26% 97,361 -1
(6) Hyundai/KIA 44% 76,627 +1
(7) Nissan/Renault 34% 74,205 -1
(8) VW/Porsche 15% 30,194 -
(9) BMW 21% 23,167 -
(10) Subaru 47% 21,432 +1
(11) Daimler 18% 21,091 -1
(12) Mazda 31% 18,580 -
(13) Mitsubishi 5% 4,961 +1
(14) Geely -12% 4,152 -1
(15) TATA 11% 3,456 -
(16) Suzuki -12% 1,641 -
(17) Spyker 116% 1,046 -
Grand Total 28% 959,481

[Rank] Vehicle Sep-10 [YTD] % Chg '09
(1) Ford F - Series PU 47,433 (1) 40%
(2) Chevrolet Silverado PU 32,185 (2) 66%
(3) Toyota Camry / Solara 30,769 (3) 20%
(4) Honda Accord 21,620 (4) 4%
(5) Toyota Corolla / Matrix 21,060 (5) 2%
(6) Hyundai Sonata 20,639 (10) 161%
(7) Nissan Altima 20,016 (7) 65%
(8) Honda Civic 18,637 (6) 16%
(9) Honda CR-V 17,907 (11) 23%
(10) Dodge Ram PU 16,887 (13) 26%
(11) Chevrolet Malibu 16,289 (8) 55%
(12) Ford Fusion 15,918 (9) 47%
(13) Toyota RAV4 14,685 (16) 41%
(14) Ford Escape 14,313 (12) 65%
(15) Ford Focus 13,587 (14) 48%
(16) Ford Edge 12,815 (20) 186%
(17) Chevrolet Impala 12,186 (15) -7%
(18) Chevrolet Equinox 11,658 (18) 70%
(19) Toyota Prius 11,394 (17) 4%
(20) GMC Sierra PU 11,077 (19) 53%


(Rank) Brand % YoY Sep-10 move
(1) Ford 49% 147,057 +2
(2) Toyota 20% 130,214 -1
(3) Chevrolet 18% 121,479 -1
(4) Honda 24% 86,641 -
(5) Nissan 35% 65,900 -
(6) Hyundai 48% 46,556 -
(7) Dodge 71% 36,272 +1
(8) Kia 39% 30,071 -1
(9) Jeep 65% 28,603 +3
(10) GMC 42% 25,995 -1
(11) Subaru 47% 21,432 +5
(12) Mercedes-Benz 22% 20,666 +1
(13) Volkswagen 15% 19,943 -2
(14) Mazda 31% 18,580 +3
(15) BMW 21% 18,228 -1
(16) Ram 22% 17,854 -1
(17) Chrysler 92% 17,348 +4
(18) Lexus -6% 16,948 -8
(19) Buick 36% 12,875 +1
(20) Cadillac 11% 12,620 -2
(21) Acura 48% 10,720 +1
(22) Infiniti 26% 8,305 +2
(23) Audi 13% 8,151 -
(24) Lincoln 26% 7,510 +1
(25) Mercury 16% 6,306 +1
(26) Mitsubishi 5% 4,961 +2
(27) Mini 18% 4,884 +2
(28) Volvo -12% 4,152 -1
(29) Land Rover 12% 2,489 +2
(30) Porsche 25% 1,971 +3
(31) Suzuki -12% 1,641 +1
(32) Saab 116% 1,046 +4
(33) Jaguar 10% 967 +1
(34) Smart -48% 422 +1
(35) Ferrari 3% 165 +3
(36) (Hummer) -62% 163 +1
(37) Maserati 5% 136 +3
(38) Bentley -2% 129 +1
(39) Rolls Royce 112% 55 +2
(40) (Saturn) -100% 15 -10
(41) (Pontiac) -100% 8 -22
(42) Maybach -40% 3 -
TOTAL 30% 958,993

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October 2010 U.S. Light Vehicle Monthly Sales

DETROIT TURNAROUND is just beginning to register on the charts

October 2010 U.S. Light Vehicle Monthly Sales by company



In 2000 the TOP 5 were GM, Ford, Chrysler, Toyota, Honda.

Honda back in 4th, Subaru gains from drivers of Volvo/SAAB wagons & downsizers from Minivans?

(Rank) Group %YoY Oct-10 move
(1) GM 4% 183759 -
(2) Ford 19% 157935 +1
(3) Toyota -4% 145474 -1
(4) Honda 16% 98811 -
(5) Fiat/Chrysler 37% 90470 -
(6) Hyundai/KIA 38% 73855 +1
(7) Nissan/Renault 16% 69773 -1
(8) VW/Porsche 19% 30979 -
(9) BMW 13% 23266 -
(10) Subaru 25% 22720 +1
(11) Daimler 3% 19444 -1
(12) Mazda 20% 18013 -
(13) Mitsubishi 32% 5111 +1
(14) TATA 40% 4253 +1
(15) Geely -10% 3996 -2
(16) Suzuki 17% 2043 -
(17) Spyker 44% 741 -
Grand Total 13% 950643


[Rank] Vehicle Oct-10 YTD 2010 % Chg '09
(1) Ford F - Series PU 49,041 (1) 24%
(2) Chevrolet Silverado PU 34,283 (2) 8%
(3) Toyota Camry / Solara 25,014 (3) -17%
(4) Honda Accord 21,451 (4) -8%
(5) Nissan Altima 18,978 (7) 29%
(6) Toyota Corolla / Matrix 18,636 (5) -28%
(7) Honda CR-V 18,040 (11) 15%
(8) Hyundai Sonata 17,505 (10) 125%
(9) Ford Fusion 17,362 (8) 29%
(10) Ram PU 17,316 (12) 41%
(11) Honda Civic 17,121 (6) 8%
(12) Toyota RAV4 14,694 (16) 5%
(13) Ford Escape 14,578 (13) 17%
(14) GMC Sierra PU 12,983 (18) 9%
(15) Chevrolet Equinox 12,773 (17) 62%
(16) Jeep Grand Cherokee 12,721 (20) 291%
(17) Ford Focus 12,396 (14) 23%
(18) Chevrolet Impala 12,389 (15) -3%
(19) Chevrolet Malibu 12,353 (9) 2%
(20) Volkswagen Jetta 11,958 (19) 32%

The RAM P/U has moved into the black for YTD total.
Sales of Cherokee have pushed Jeep above Dodge, bodes well for future Durango sales.

(Rank) Brand % YoY Oct-10 move
(1) Ford 21% 143,624 +1
(2) Toyota -6% 124,383 -1
(3) Chevrolet 7% 124,294 -
(4) Honda 16% 87,800 -
(5) Nissan 15% 61,843 -
(6) Hyundai 38% 42,656 -
(7) GMC 30% 33,136 +1
(8) Kia 39% 31,199 +1
(9) Jeep 111% 28,480 +7
(10) Dodge 3% 27,020 -3

(11) Subaru 25% 22,720 +1
(12) Lexus 8% 21,091 -2
(13) Volkswagen 18% 20,084 -
(14) BMW 17% 19,272 -
(15) Mercedes-Benz 5% 19,076 -4
(16) Ram 37% 18,090 +1
(17) Mazda 20% 18,013 -2
(18) Chrysler 29% 16,547 -
(19) Cadillac 15% 13,393 -
(20) Buick 39% 12,569 +2
(21) Acura 13% 11,011 -
(22) Audi 10% 8,128 +1
(23) Infiniti 23% 7,930 +3
(24) Mercury 12% 7,477 +1
(25) Lincoln 1% 6,834 -1
(26) Mitsubishi 32% 5,111 +3
(27) Volvo -10% 3,996 -
(28) Mini -5% 3,950 -
(29) Land Rover 37% 2,958 +2
(30) Porsche 61% 2,647 +3
(31) Suzuki 17% 2,043 +1
(32) Jaguar 47% 1,295 +2
(33) Saab 44% 741 +3
(34) Smart -44% 367 +1
(35) (Hummer) -21% 242 +2
(36) Maserati 77% 196 +3
(37) Ferrari 21% 137 +1

(38) Bentley 56% 120 +2
(39) (Pontiac) -99% 83 -19
(40) Rolls Royce 100% 44 +1
(41) (Saturn) -99% 42 -11
(42) Maybach -67% 1 -

TOTAL 10% 950,145

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November 2010 U.S. Light Vehicle Monthly Sales

November 2010 U.S. Light Vehicle Monthly Sales by company

Mitsubishi moves up, Suzuki has new sedan and future refreshes for volume gains.


(Rank) Group %YoY Oct-10 move
(1) GM 12% 168739 -
(2) Ford 24% 147338 +1
(3) Toyota -3% 129317 -1
(4) Honda 21% 89617 -
(5) Fiat/Chrysler 17% 74490 -
(6) Nissan/Renault 27% 71366 -
(7) Hyundai/KIA 46% 67324 -
(8) VW/Porsche 29% 32129 -
(9) BMW 27% 22925 -
(10) Subaru 22% 20792 +1
(11) Daimler 10% 19257 -1
(12) Mazda 7% 15304 -
(13) Mitsubishi 47% 4306 +2
(14) Geely -12% 4078 -1
(15) TATA 22% 4039 -1
(16) Suzuki 51% 2332 -
(17) Spyker 7% 397 -
Grand Total 17% 873750


Top 20 Vehicle Nov-10
[Rank] YTD 2010 % Chg '09



RAM reaches #6 ( clearance of MY10s?) and Cherokee enters at 19.

(1) Ford F - Series PU 38,541 (1) 26%
(2) Chevrolet Silverado PU 25,619 (2) 16%
(3) Toyota Camry / Solara 20,737 (3) -24%
(4) Nissan Altima 18,372 (7) 19%
(5) Honda CR-V 18,263 (11) 31%
(6) Dodge Ram PU 18,206 (12) 86%
(7) Ford Fusion 17,647 (8) 28%
(8) Honda Accord 16,795 (4) 0%
(9) Honda Civic 16,562 (6) 21%
(10) Toyota Corolla / Matrix 16,202 (5) -26%
(11) Chevrolet Equinox 15,387 (17) 61%
(12) Ford Escape 14,937 (13) -1%
(13) Chevrolet Impala 14,693 (14) 19%
(14) Hyundai Sonata 14,031 (10) 72%
(15) Ford Focus 13,030 (15) 28%
(16) Toyota RAV4 12,306 (16) 7%
(17) Chevrolet Malibu 11,651 (9) 5%
(18) Volkswagen Jetta 11,153 (19) 40%
(19) Jeep Grand Cherokee 10,984 (20) 256%
(20) GMC Sierra PU 9,781 (18) 17%


(Rank) Brand % YoY Oct-10 move


Maybach outsells Pontiac and Saturn, all luxury brands are up.
Dodge and Chrysler amongst worst performers. Jeep and Ram the best due to Top 20 models.

(1) Ford 27% 133,544 +1
(2) Chevrolet 18% 117,588 +1
(3) Toyota -4% 111,077 -2
(4) Honda 21% 78,899 -
(5) Nissan 25% 63,184 -
(6) Hyundai 45% 40,723 -
(7) GMC 30% 27,590 +1
(8) Kia 48% 26,601 +2
(9) Jeep 58% 24,202 +6
(10) Dodge -12% 21,246 -3
(11) Subaru 22% 20,792 -
(12) Volkswagen 24% 20,189 +1
(13) BMW 30% 20,097 +1
(14) Ram 67% 19,040 +4
(15) Mercedes-Benz 13% 19,037 -3
(16) Lexus -1% 18,240 -7
(17) Mazda 7% 15,304 -1
(18) Cadillac 21% 11,801 +1
(19) Buick 36% 11,725 +2
(20) Acura 22% 10,718 -
(21) Chrysler -23% 9,664 -4
(22) Audi 38% 9,365 +2
(23) Infiniti 45% 8,182 +3
(24) Lincoln 19% 7,648 +1
(25) Mercury -12% 6,146 -2
(26) Mitsubishi 47% 4,306 +3
(27) Volvo -12% 4,078 -
(28) Land Rover 35% 2,922 +3
(29) Mini 9% 2,786 +1
(30) Porsche 49% 2,416 +2
(31) Suzuki 51% 2,332 +2
(32) Jaguar -3% 1,117 +2
(33) Saab 7% 397 +3
(34) Smart -67% 211 +1
(35) Ferrari 46% 172 +4
(36) Maserati 66% 166 +4

(37) Bentley 21% 159 +1
(38) Rolls Royce 62% 42 +3
(39) (Hummer) -89% 25 -2
(40) Maybach 50% 9 +2
(41) (Pontiac) -100% 7 -19
(42) (Saturn) -100% 3 -14
TOTAL 17% 873,750

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December 2010 U.S. Light Vehicle Monthly Sales

December 2010 U.S. Light Vehicle Monthly Sales by company

(Rank) Group %YoY Dec-10 move
(1) GM 8% 224185 -
(2) Ford 7% 190976 +1
(3) Toyota -6% 177488 -1
(4) Honda 21% 129616 -
(5) Fiat/Chrysler 16% 101033 -
(6) Nissan/Renault 28% 93730 -
(7) Hyundai/KIA 37% 75246 -
(8) VW/Porsche 17% 37177 -
(9) BMW 17% 27639 -
(10) Subaru 16% 26694 -
(11) Daimler 5% 22047 -
(12) Mazda 18% 21479 -
(13) TATA 1% 4875 +1
(14) Mitsubishi 12% 4874 +1
(15) Geely -16% 4756 -2
(16) Suzuki 40% 2647 -
(17) Spyker 24% 1074 -
Grand Total 11% 1145536

Vehicle Dec-10
[Rank] % Chg '09 FY 2010


(1) Ford F - Series PU 54,888 14% 528,349
(2) Chevrolet Silverado PU 42,518 28% 370,135
(3) Toyota Camry / Solara 31,223 -11% 327,804
(4) Honda Accord 29,457 13% 282,530
(5) Honda Civic 28,263 27% 260,218
(6) Dodge Ram PU 23,241 93% 199,652
(7) Honda CR-V 23,125 24% 203,714
(8) Nissan Altima 23,016 24% 229,263
(9) Chevrolet Equinox 22,764 79% 149,979
(10) Ford Fusion 22,629 20% 219,219
(11) Toyota Corolla / Matrix 22,058 -36% 266,082
(12) Ford Escape 18,691 -2% 191,026
(13) Toyota RAV4 17,486 4% 170,877
(14) GMC Sierra PU 16,795 38% 129,794
(15) Hyundai Sonata 15,964 52% 196,623
(16) Toyota Prius 15,639 33% 140,928
(17) Dodge Caravan 14,266 67% 103,323
(18) Hyundai Elantra 13,096 127% 132,246
(19) Volkswagen Jetta 12,995 27% 123,213
(20) Jeep Grand Cherokee 12,753 211% 84,635


(Rank) Brand % YoY Dec-10 move
(1) Ford 10% 174,523 +1
(2) Toyota -6% 149,928 -1
(3) Chevrolet 9% 147,960 -
(4) Honda 18% 114,127 -
(5) Nissan 26% 81,228 -
(6) Hyundai 33% 44,802 +1
(7) GMC 35% 42,159 +1
(8) Dodge -6% 32,390 -2
(9) Jeep 49% 30,910 +3

(10) Kia 45% 30,444 +1
(11) Lexus -4% 27,560 -2
(12) Subaru 16% 26,694 -2
(13) Ram 87% 24,270 +6
(14) Volkswagen 17% 23,867 -1
(15) BMW 16% 23,280 -1
(16) Mazda 18% 21,479 -
(17) Mercedes-Benz 7% 21,469 -2
(18) Buick 40% 17,095 +2
(19) Cadillac 13% 16,718 -1
(20) Acura 46% 15,489 +1
(21) Chrysler -28% 13,132 -4
(22) Infiniti 37% 12,502 +2
(23) Audi 17% 10,546 +2
(24) Mercury -11% 8,393 -1
(25) Lincoln -23% 8,060 -3
(26) Mitsubishi 12% 4,874 +3
(27) Volvo -16% 4,756 -
(28) Mini 24% 4,320 +3
(29) Land Rover 3% 3,695 +1
(30) Suzuki 40% 2,647 +3
(31) Porsche 21% 2,567 +1
(32) Jaguar -5% 1,180 +2
(33) Saab 24% 1,074 +2
(34) Smart -34% 570 +2
(35) Bentley 19% 197 +3
(36) Maserati 57% 180 +4
(37) Ferrari 21% 151 +2

(38) (Pontiac) -98% 130 -12
(39) (Saturn) -98% 85 -11
(40) Rolls Royce 129% 39 +1
(41) (Hummer) -88% 38 -4
(42) Maybach -11% 8 -

TOTAL 11% 1,145,536
 

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January 2011 U.S. Light Vehicle Monthly Sales

January 2011 U.S. Light Vehicle Monthly Sales by company

(Rank) Group %YoY Jan-11 move
(1) GM 23% 178896 -
(2) Ford 13% 127317 -
(3) Toyota 17% 115856 -
(4) Honda 13% 76269 -
(5) Nissan/Renault 15% 71847 -
(6) Fiat/Chrysler 23% 70362 -
(7) Hyundai/KIA 24% 65003 -
(8) VW/Porsche 8% 28445 -
(9) Subaru 21% 18858 +1
(10) BMW 21% 18693 +2
(11) Daimler 14% 17636 -
(12) Mazda -9% 14267 -3
(13) Mitsubishi 37% 5714 -
(14) Geely 4% 4276 -
(15) TATA 24% 3206 -
(16) Suzuki 26% 2562 -
(17) Spyker 29% 658 -
Grand Total 17% 819865

Vehicle Jan-11
[Rank] % Chg '10


(1) Ford F - Series PU 35,806 30%
(2) Chevrolet Silverado PU 28,172 24%
(3) Toyota Corolla / Matrix 20,581 20%
(4) Toyota Camry / Solara 18,145 15%
(5) Nissan Altima 16,454 -12%
(6) Honda CR-V 16,339 69%
(7) Chevrolet Impala 15,188 39%
(8) Honda Civic 14,634 0%
(9) Ford Fusion 14,346 18%
(10) Chevrolet Malibu 14,102 -14%
(11) Ford Escape 13,973 30%
(12) Chevrolet Cruze 13,631 0%
(13) Honda Accord 13,456 -29%
(14) Hyundai Sonata 13,261 150%
(15) Chevrolet Equinox 12,847 35%
(16) Dodge Ram PU 12,197 23%
(17) Volkswagen Jetta 11,460 29%
(18) Toyota RAV4 11,196 42%
(19) Toyota Prius 10,635 25%
(20) GMC Sierra PU 10,627 46%

(Rank) Brand % YoY Jan-11 move
(1) Chevrolet 19% 125,389 -
(2) Ford 22% 121,511 -
(3) Toyota 24% 102,996 -
(4) Honda 13% 68,308 -
(5) Nissan 15% 64,442 -
(6) Hyundai 22% 37,214 -
(7) Kia 26% 27,789 -
(8) GMC 30% 27,658 -
(9) Dodge 22% 24,314 -
(10) Jeep 47% 23,079 +1

(11) Subaru 21% 18,858 +2
(12) Volkswagen 2% 18,401 -2
(13) Mercedes-Benz 14% 17,273 +2
(14) BMW 21% 15,905 +2
(15) Mazda -9% 14,267 -3
(16) Buick 32% 13,269 +3
(17) Ram 18% 13,020 -

(18) Lexus -17% 12,860 -4
(19) Cadillac 49% 12,580 +1
(20) Chrysler -7% 9,705 -2

(21) Acura 12% 7,961 -
(22) Audi 20% 7,812 +2
(23) Infiniti 10% 7,405 -
(24) Mitsubishi 37% 5,714 +2
(25) Lincoln -21% 5,558 -3
(26) Volvo 4% 4,276 +1
(27) Mini 22% 2,751 +1
(28) Suzuki 26% 2,562 +1
(29) Land Rover 16% 2,271 +1
(30) Porsche 20% 2,150 +1
(31) Jaguar 48% 935 +1
(32) Saab 29% 658 +1
(33) Smart 29% 358 +1
(34) Mercury -95% 248 -9
(35) Ferrari 91% 130 +2
(36) Maserati 13% 114 -1

(37) Bentley -4% 82 -1
(38) Rolls Royce 37% 37 -
(39) Maybach -17% 5 -



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February 2011 U.S. Light Vehicle Monthly Sales

February 2011 U.S. Light Vehicle Monthly Sales by company

(Rank) Group %YoY Feb-11 move
(1) GM 49% 207028 -
(2) Ford 14% 156626 -
(3) Toyota 42% 141846 -
(4) Honda 22% 98059 +1
(5) Fiat/Chrysler 13% 95353 -1
(6) Nissan/Renault 32% 92370 -
(7) Hyundai/KIA 31% 76339 -
(8) VW/Porsche 21% 31334 -
(9) Subaru 20% 21683 -
(10) BMW 11% 19952 -
(11) Mazda 14% 19387 -
(12) Daimler 6% 16763 -
(13) Mitsubishi 72% 6893 +1
(14) Geely 3% 4795 -1
(15) TATA 16% 3247 -
(16) Suzuki 19% 1643 -
(17) Spyker 463% 546 -
Grand Total 28% 993864


Top 20 vehicles in monthly sales
[Rank] Feb-11 % Chg '10

(1) Ford F - Series PU 37,549 14%
(2) Chevrolet Silverado PU 31,728 60%
(3) Toyota Camry / Solara 27,212 64%
(4) Toyota Corolla / Matrix 25,860 52%
(5) Ford Fusion 23,111 40%
(6) Honda Accord 21,206 6%
(7) Nissan Altima 20,808 29%
(8) Honda Civic 19,121 16%
(9) Honda CR-V 19,096 61%
(10) Chevrolet Malibu 19,092 26%
(11) Dodge Ram PU 18,644 82%
(12) Chevrolet Cruze 18,556 0%
(13) Ford Escape 18,005 19%
(14) Chevrolet Impala 16,290 39%
(15) Hyundai Sonata 15,723 110%
(16) Chevrolet Equinox 15,434 92%
(17) Toyota Prius 13,539 70%
(18) Nissan Sentra 12,599 62%
(19) Volkswagen Jetta 12,591 61%
(20) Toyota RAV4 12,562 85%

Mercury Brand has sold out.

(Rank) Brand % YoY Feb-11 move

(1) Ford 22% 150,678 -
(2) Chevrolet 43% 142,919 -
(3) Toyota 48% 128,032 -
(4) Honda 22% 87,263 -
(5) Nissan 32% 83,226 -
(6) Hyundai 28% 43,533 -
(7) Dodge 2% 33,561 -
(8) Kia 36% 32,806 -
(9) GMC 59% 32,534 +1
(10) Jeep 23% 28,619 -1
(11) Subaru 20% 21,683 +1
(12) Volkswagen 18% 21,461 -1
(13) Ram 81% 20,294 +5
(14) Mazda 14% 19,387 -1
(15) BMW 9% 16,416 +1
(16) Mercedes-Benz 6% 16,276 -1
(17) Buick 73% 15,807 +3
(18) Cadillac 70% 15,768 +1
(19) Lexus 0% 13,814 -2
(20) Chrysler -25% 12,628 -6
(21) Acura 21% 10,796 -
(22) Infiniti 30% 9,144 +1
(23) Audi 25% 7,753 +2
(24) Mitsubishi 72% 6,893 +3
(25) Lincoln -11% 5,948 -1
(26) Volvo 3% 4,795 -
(27) Mini 22% 3,503 +1
(28) Land Rover 26% 2,555 +1
(29) Porsche 32% 2,019 +1
(30) Suzuki 19% 1,643 +1
(31) Jaguar -9% 692 +1
(32) Saab 463% 546 +3
(33) Smart 10% 484 -
(34) Maserati 53% 159 -
(35) Bentley 6% 101 +1
(36) Ferrari 11% 92 +1
(37) Rolls Royce 32% 33 +1
(38) Maybach 50% 3 +1
(39) Mercury -100% 0 -17

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