Tuesday, 25 July 2017

Car/Light Truck Sales USA: 2012


USA sales figures are unusual in that only the brands that are listed make up the total. If a minor brand's sales are not there, then it is as if they don't exist. In countries where the data is compiled from registration figures, then all are included in the total, even if some are within the other figure. In the US, it seems that sales figures are released by the maker voluntarily. It only affects smaller marques such as Aston Martin who seem to chose not to reveal sales.

What we see here is the return of Japanese brands in 2012 after their problems with natural disasters. Mitsubishi is an exception as it seems to be losing ground everywhere, and Suzuki who are pulling out of the US. VW clearly have big ambitions for this market with, but it will interesting if they can move up from 9th spot.
Land Rover had modest growth in comparison with its worldwide 2012 sales, due mainly to the 'small' Evoque not being the size Americans prefer. The new Range Rover will do the business for the brand in 2013. The Fiat 500 is catching on stateside, after a cautious start.

1 1
GM 2,595,717 4%
2 2
Ford 2,243,009 5%
3 3
Toyota 2,082,504 27%
4 4
Chrysler 1,608,015 19%
5 5
Honda 1,422,785 24%
6 6
Nissan 1,141,656 10%
7 7
Hyundai 703,007 9%
8 8
Kia 557,599 15%
9 9
VW 438,134 35%
10 10
Subaru 336,441 26%
12 11
Mercedes 295,013 13%
13 12
BMW 281,460 14%
11 13
Mazda 277,048 11%
14 14
Audi 139,310 19%
16 15
Volvo 68,125 1%
17 16
MINI 66,123 15%
15 17
Mitsubishi 57,790 -27%
21 18
Fiat 43,772 121%
18 19
Land Rover 43,664 15%
19 20
Porsche 35,043 21%
20 21
Suzuki 25,358 -5%
22 22
Jaguar 12,011 -2%
24 23
smart 10,009 92%



Others 8,280



Total 14,491,873 13%



Data Source:
Motor Intelligence

Picture Source:
NetCarShow

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