Small And Midsize Luxury Car Sales In America – July 2018
Best Selling Small and Midsize Luxury Cars in America for July 2018
Here you will find the Small and Midsize Luxury car sales leaders in the United States for July 2018. Each month we compile the Small and Midsize Luxury car model sales data and reports for North American markets and analyze it to create the best selling list below.
Our Take On The Small and Midsize Luxury Cars Sales Numbers
Entry level luxury cars struggled in July 2018, ending the month down 12.6% compared with July 2017.
Audi and Volvo fared well – both brands on the rise in this segment – as the rest fell behind compared with July 2017’s sales.
The big story in the midsize luxury car segment is the seemingly triumphant arrival of the Tesla Model 3. With production of the Model 3 having been aggressively ramped up of late, the Model 3 is outselling every other model in this market by a clear margin.
Even by GCBC’s conservative estimates, Model 3 sales in July outsold combined sales of the Mercedes-Benz C-, CLA-, E and CLS-Classes, combined sales of the BMW 2-, 3-, 4-, 5-Series and i3, and combined sales of the Audi A3, A4, A5, A6 and A7.
Whether this situation will continue or not remains to be seen, but for July 2018 at least the Model 3 has a 24% chunk of market share.
Best Selling Small and Midsize Luxury Cars Rankings
Top Small and Midsize Luxury Cars Sales Figures – This Month
This sales table of shows the top Small and Midsize Luxury car sales performers in the United States, including their year on year growth rates both for the most recent month and year to date figures. Note that this table is sortable and that it fees the chart below. You can easily change the chart by filtering and sorting the below table.
For reference US = United States Sales for the month, US LY = Last Year’s United States Sales for the month, US vs LY = The Year on Year Growth Rate, YTD = United States Sales Year to Date, YTD LY = Last Year’s United States Year to Date Sales, YTD vs LY = The Year on Year Growth Rate.