Best-Selling Auto Brands Year-to-Date Through October

Ford Blue Oval

Here are your individual brand sales so far for 2018, in order of total sales.  I also give you the percentage of sales up or down-based on sales versus the first 10 months of 2017.

  • Ford:  1,992,434 down 2.8%
  • Toyota:  1,874,795 up 5.5%
  • Honda:  1,200,805 down 2.3%
  • Nissan:  1,117,515 down 6.5%
  • Jeep:  818,994 up 19%
  • Subaru:  558,812 up 5%
  • Hyundai:  556,937 up 1.6%
  • Kia:  497,144 down 1%
  • Ram:  471,203 up 1%
  • Dodge:  393,600 down 1%
  • VW:  295,217 up 5%
  • Mercedes:  284,172 down 15%
  • Mazda:  253,795 up 5%
  • BMW:  248,327 up 2%
  • Lexus:  236,332 down 2%
  • Audi:  180,890 up 2%
  • Chrysler:  140,445 down 9%
  • Acura:  128,107 up 1%
  • Infiniti:  117,129 down 5%
  • Mitsubishi:  101,400 up 17%
  • Lincoln:  82,854 down 9.5%
  • Volvo:  77,608 up 21%
  • Land Rover:  72,979 up 23%
  • Porsche:  49,357 down 2%
  • Mini:  37,359 down 2.8%
  • Jaguar:  23,595 down 29%
  • Alfa Romeo:  19,897 up 132%
  • Fiat:  13,235 down 42%
  • Smart:  1,054 down 62%

Photo Credit:  Ford

8 Comments
  1. wayne reyburn 4 days ago

    why no showing of any GM vehicles in your total sales through Oct.?

    • Car Pro 4 days ago

      As I’ve been saying all year, GM only reports sales quarterly, which is really angering me. They are the only automaker that does this.

      Jerry Reynolds, President
      Car Pro Radio Network

  2. Ron 4 days ago

    Does GM/GMC/Chevrolet not report?

    • Car Pro 4 days ago

      As I’ve been saying all year, GM only reports sales quarterly, which is really angering me. They are the only automaker that does this.

      Jerry Reynolds, President
      Car Pro Radio Network

      • Ron 3 days ago

        Thanks. I’m new to your newsletter, so hadn’t seen that before. Perhaps adding a line at the beginning of such a list explaining the absence might be helpful.

  3. Bob Sander-Cederlof 4 days ago

    Why no GM cars in this list?

    • Car Pro 4 days ago

      As I’ve been saying all year, GM only reports sales quarterly, which is really angering me. They are the only automaker that does this.

      Jerry Reynolds, President
      Car Pro Radio Network

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