United states – September 2016: The Ram Pickup exceeds the Chevrolet Silverado

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The Ram Pickup equals their best mark historical

Have you reached your ceiling car sales in the united States? It seems that yes. The registrations have been slowing in recent months and in September have been virtually flat (down 0.5%) with 1.435.689 units. In this way, in the first nine months of the year have totaled 13.115.309 of sales, just 0.5% more than in the same period of the previous year.

Ford F-Series is maintained immovable in the first position in the ranking. The great is behind because the Ram Pickup has exceeded the Chevrolet Silverado, a fact that is virtually unprecedented because it is the second time in history that this happens (the first time was in march 2014). The model of Ram has improved its sales by 29%, and the Chevy has fallen 16%.

Honda CR-V is imposed in the SUV segment and the Toyota Corolla doing the same between the cars. Models such as the Chevrolet Colorado or the Chrysler Pacifica have beaten their best brands. They debuted in the north american market with three new models: the Lincoln Continental (775 units), the Genesis G90 (10 units) and the Alfa Romeo Giulia (7 units).

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The Alfa Giulia makes its debut on the other side of the pond

Ford holds the leadership among manufacturers despite having fallen by a remarkable 8% of its demand, a setback that allows Chevrolet and Toyota be a step closer the mark of the oval. Mercedes (13th) is the luxury brand most sold on top of the Lexus and BMW. Tesla improves their data by a remarkable 64%.

Another news is that Jeep has ceased to grow, after 36 consecutive months of improving data. In September it has lost ground, falling 3% to see how some of their more popular models have lowered their sales compared to September of 2015 as is the case of the Cherokee (-12%), Wrangler (-19%), Renegade (-13%) or Compass (-16%). Stay afloat the Grand Cherokee (+18%) and the Patriot (+33%).

Sales by model

The most cars sold in the united States are:

Ranking Model Sales sep’16 Sales 2016 (jan-sep) Ranking 2016 (jan-sep)
1 Ford F-Series 67.809 595.656 1
2 Ram Pick-up 47.792 361.086 3
3 Chevrolet Silverado 45.380 425.556 2
4 Honda CR-V 31.884 263.493 7
5 Toyota Corolla 31.167 275.818 6
6 Toyota Camry 30.707 297.453 4
7 Toyota RAV4 29.438 260.380 8
8 Honda Civic 28.184 283.783 5
9 Honda Accord 27.204 258.619 9
10 Nissan Rogue 26.459 241.619 11
11 Ford Escape 25.065 234.764 12
12 Nissan Altima 25.031 242.321 10
13 Chevrolet Malibu 21.521 170.389 16
14 Ford Fusion 20.570 210.462 13
15 Hyundai Elantra 19.382 157.050 20
16 Ford Explorer 19.146 188.425 14
17 Jeep Grand Cherokee 18.507 153.926 22
18 GMC Sierra 18.068 164.440 18
19 Jeep Cherokee 17.995 158.346 19
20 Subaru Outback 16.978 126.426 29
21 Subaru Forester 15.883 130.652 27
22 Toyota Tacoma 15.723 142.721 24
23 Hyundai Sonata 15.347 155.271 21
24 Chevrolet Equinox 15.261 173.736 15
25 Chevrolet Cruze 15.216 138.012 26
26 Toyota Highlander 14.937 127.045 28
27 Jeep Wrangler 14.255 148.627 23
28 Nissan Sentra 13.670 169.476 17
29 Jeep Patriot 12.316 96.039 37
30 Dodge Journey 12.091 77.946 51
31 Kia Soul 11.885 107.823 31
32 Nissan Versa 11.553 106.455 32
33 Hyundai Santa Fe 11.350 98.298 36
34 Ford Focus 11.160 140.049 25
35 Ford Transit 10.799 112.607 30
36 Chevrolet Colorado 10.383 80.047 48
37 Ford Edge 10.322 103.076 33
38 Dodge Charger 10.056 72.270 57
39 Chevrolet Tahoe 10.051 70.000 59
40 Toyota Prius 9.794 78.424 50
41 Toyota Tundra 9.507 84.822 45
42 Mazda CX-5 9.385 82.439 47
43 Toyota Sienna 9.269 99.510 35
44 Honda Pilot 9.206 90.999 39
45 Chrysler Pacifica 9.172 35.572 102
46 Toyota 4Runner 9.058 83.298 46
47 Kia Optima 9.010 89.327 41
48 Honda Odyssey 8.954 94.835 38
49 Lexus RX 8.605 76.240 53
50 Chevrolet Trax 8.526 54.124 74

Sales by brand

The results of the manufacturers in the u.s. market are:

Ranking Brand Sales sep’16 Sales by 2016 (jan-sep) Ranking 2016 (jan-sep)
1 Ford 194.647 1.896.858 1
2 Chevrolet 170.237 1.531.912 3
3 Toyota 167.771 1.532.767 2
4 Honda 120.842 1.108.653 4
5 Nissan 116.384 1.086.249 5
6 Jeep 76.331 707.106 6
7 Hyundai 65.399 584.980 7
8 Subaru 54.918 446.887 9
9 Ram 51.866 400.300 10
10 Kia 49.220 491.764 8
11 GMC 43.268 391.432 12
12 Dodge 42.935 394.940 11
13 Mercedes 32.470 263.763 13
14 Lexus 25.801 236.193 14
15 BMW 25.389 230.133 16
16 Mazda 24.889 224.267 17
17 Volkswagen 24.112 231.268 15
18 Buick 20.922 169.767 19
19 Chrysler 18.797 186.497 18
20 Audi 17.617 152.179 20
21 Cadillac 15.368 119.286 22
22 Acura 12.813 119.727 21
23 Infiniti 11.413 96.775 23
24 Lincoln 8.797 80.435 24
25 Mitsubishi 7.191 74.351 25
26 Land Rover 5.637 54.391 27
27 Volvo 5.615 58.507 26
28 Porsche 4.479 40.246 29
29 Mini 4.024 38.911 30
30 Scion 3.688 53.458 28
31 Tesla 3.600 26.900 31
32 Fiat 2.913 25.099 32
33 Jaguar 2.662 20.349 33
34 Genesis 1.211 2.708 36
35 Maserati 1.185 8.156 34
36 Smart 605 4.044 35
37 Bentley 283 1.475 38
38 Ferrari 212 1.812 37
39 Rolls Royce 78 672 40
40 Lamborghini 77 803 39
41 Alfa Romeo 41 418 41