United States Automotive Market: Brand and Corporation Sales Rankings for January 2018
Here you will find the rankings of all the major automotive brands and corporations selling vehicles in the U.S market. Each month we compile the sales data and reports for North American markets and analyze it to create the best selling list below. Note that the data trickles in throughout the day early in the month and we will update you in real time as we get the data.
Vehicle sales in the USA increased 1.3% on last January’s sales, making it two years in a row that sales have grown in January.
In the automaker rankings, Toyota shot ahead of Ford to kick off 2018, snatching 14.44% market share with a 16.8% increase on last January’s sales, while FMC declined 6.6%.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles’ sales also fell, though at twice the rate of Ford’s, with just two FCA brands – Jeep (up 2%) and Alfa Romeo (up 1426%, though still accounting only 1648 sales to the automaker’s total) starting 2018 in growth.
Nissan snatches fourth place from Honda in the first month of the year, compared to how 2017 finished up, thanks to a 12.1% increase fuelled by an 18% increase in the brand’s crossovers trucks and SUVs.
Subaru also knocks Hyundai down a spot, with the Korean brand falling 11.3% year-on-year.
Jaguar, which for the past two years had been America’s fastest-growing auto brand, posted a sales declined 11% year-on-year to kick off 2018.
US Automotive Brand Rankings – YTD
In this table we take year to date automotive sales and rank the top brands.We have also included market share numbers for the month and year to date to see relative results more easily.
In this table we take year to date automotive sales and rank the top automakers. This is the corporation level results. We have also included market share numbers for the month and year to date to see relative results more easily.
* Does not include Lamborghini :
^ Excluding Sprinter/Metris:
° Alfa Romeo, Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Jeep, Ram = FCA
WSJ estimate for Tesla:
estimate for Rolls Royce: 112
estimate for Aston Martin: 160
estimate for McLaren:78
WSJ estimate for Ferrari: 100
† Industry total takes into account Automotive News figures/estimates for brands such as Tesla and other low-volume, high-priced manufacturers.