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    Year-to-Date U.S. Auto Sales Through September - All Manufacturers Reporting

    We finally have all the year-to-date sales numbers for the first nine months of 2021.  As you can see, Toyota has taken the sales lead over Ford, and with the chip shortages Ford is projecting it is likely to end in this order when the full year sales are posted.

    Winners far outnumber losers so far this year, but remember the majority of the first three quarters of 2020 were decimated by fears of COVID.

    Here are your sales ranking so far in 2021, and how each car company fared versus the first nine months of 2020:

     
    1. Toyota: 1,549,203        22%
    2. Ford: 1,321,622     7%
    3. Chevrolet 1,181,753     2%
    4. Honda 1,052,485    20%
    5. Nissan 735,055     20%

    6. Jeep 594,668     2%
    7. Hyundai 575,946      31%
    8. Kia 537,108  25%
    9. Ram  495,412    12%
    10.        Subaru      462,802        8%
    11. GMC 399,783     13%
    12. Volkswagen 281,124     7%
    13. Mazda 268,749     32%
    14. Lexus 261,258     43%
    15. Mercedes 253,543    10%
    16. BMW 243,661     34%
    17. Dodge 175,362    14%
    18. Audi 161,661   30%
    19. Buick 150,972   27%
    20. Acura 126,939     32%
    21. Cadillac 95,614   10%
    22. Volvo 95,375    30%
    23. Mitsubishi 77,177   6%
    24. Chrysler 74,139    2%
    25. Lincoln 66,692    10%
    26.       Land Rover      59,800        14%
    27. Porsche 51,613    30%
    28. INFINITI 47,605   19%
    39. Genesis 34,329     204%
    30. MINI 22,068   13%
    31. Alfa Romeo 14,196  13%
    32.      Jaguar

           12,232 

          25%
    33.      Maserati        5,915       32%
    34.      Bentley          2,585        17%
    35. Fiat  2,107    41%
    36.      Rolls-Royce        1,140 

          24%
    37.      McLaren        1,025       3%


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