United states – January 2017: The Kia Niro makes his debut

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in Addition to the standard versions, the Kia Niro starts his american adventure offering the edition Launch Edition (in the picture) with equipment and aesthetic differentiated

After the record of car sales in the united States in 2016 with a month of December especially active, the new year has begun with shyness as planned. In January, it has been marketed 1.143.549 units, a figure which represents a decline of 1.8% compared to the same month of the previous year.

The trio of pick-ups in head remains unchanged as usual but on this occasion the Chevrolet Silverado is even further away from the first position that holds the Ford F-Series as it has seen its enrollment was decreasing of 6% from January 2016. The Ram Pick-up looks more closely at the second post inspired by the latest special editions that it has brought to the market.

SUVS are still gaining strength in the north american country. The Honda CR-V is fourth, and the Nissan Rogue (X-Trail in Europe) is fifth, both growing in an impressive manner: 52% and 46% respectively. In sixth place is the new Honda Civic, as tourism is more popular. In addition, in January, they debuted the Kia Niro (42 units, probably units demo for the dealers), a model to be followed very closely, and the Volvo V90 (4 units).

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for more than two years that the Chevrolet Cruze was not so up in the ranking

Chevrolet Cruze has been in a good 11th place. It may not be a square, very eye-catching for a model that until a few years ago it was tremendously popular among americans, but it turns out that I haven’t hit the Top 10. In fact, this is her best performance since November 2014.

Among the manufacturers, three brands, is head have seen their demand. Ford (-2%) remains in the first position followed by Chevrolet (-2%) and Toyota (-6%). Below, Dodge rises to five as compared to December of 2016 and Ram suffers from the opposite effect going down four steps.

Sales model

The most cars sold in the u.s. market are:

Ranking Model Sales jan’17
1 Ford F-Series 57.995
2 Chevrolet Silverado 35.553
3 Ram Pick-up 33.769
4 Honda CR-V 29.287
5 Nissan Rogue 28.760
6 Honda Civic 23.095
7 Toyota RAV4 22.155
8 Toyota Corolla 21.567
9 Ford Escape 20.588
10 Toyota Camry 20.313
11 Chevrolet Cruze 19.949
12 Honda Accord 19.536
13 Nissan Altima 18.931
14 Ford Explorer 17.650
15 Chevrolet Equinox 17.574
16 Jeep Grand Cherokee 17.301
17 Ford Fusion 15.515
18 GMC Sierra 13.732
19 Nissan Sentra 13.444
20 Subaru Outback 13.186
21 Hyundai Elantra 13.185
22 Subaru Forester 12.853
23 Toyota Highlander 12.656
24 Dodge Journey 12.636
25 Jeep Cherokee 12.551
26 Toyota Tacoma 12.509
27 Jeep Wrangler 11.334
28 Dodge Grand Caravan 10.770
29 Ford Focus 9.577
30 Jeep Renegade 9.365
31 Ford Edge 9.091
32 GMC Acadia 8.899
33 Nissan Versa 8.870
34 Toyota 4Runner 8.699
35 Chevrolet Malibu 8.377
36 Chevrolet Traverse 8.218
37 Mazda CX-5 8.068
38 Hyundai Sonata 7.894
39 Hyundai Santa Fe 7.889
40 Kia Optima 7.849
41 Kia Soul 7.792
42 Ford Transit 7.770
43 Toyota Sienna 7.285
44 Nissan Pathfinder 7.281
45 Subaru Impreza 7.247
46 Honda Pilot 7.180
47 Dodge Charger 7.153
48 Hyundai Accent 7.062
49 Volkswagen Jetta 6.846
50 Chrysler Pacifica 6.670

Sales by brand

The registrations obtained for the marks are:

Ranking Brand Sales jan’17
1 Ford 162.401
2 Chevrolet 135.170
3 Toyota 127.476
4 Nissan 100.761
5 Honda 97.178
6 Jeep 58.415
7 Hyundai 44.689
8 Subaru 43.879
9 Dodge 40.109
10 Ram 38.045
11 GMC 37.324
12 Kia 35.626
13 Mercedes 27.576
14 Volkswagen 23.510
15 Mazda 21.698
16 BMW 18.109
17 Lexus 15.572
18 Chrysler 13.377
19 Audi 13.201
20 Buick 13.117
21 Infiniti 11.558
22 Cadillac 10.298
23 Acura 9.202
24 Lincoln 8.785
25 Mitsubishi 6.457
26 Land Rover 6.163
27 Porsche 4.602
28 Tesla 4.000
29 Volvo 3.472
30 Mini 3.110
31 Jaguar 2.939
32 Fiat 2.164
33 Genesis 1.818
34 Maserati 889
35 Smart 324
36 Ferrari 200
37 Bentley 148
38 Rolls-Royce 119
39 Alfa Romeo 108
40 Lamborghini 52