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We clearly have European, Asian and Americas auto fans. I feel this is a good place to discuss the sales of segments, models, etc. here. I have pulled the latest Statista data that can be gotten for free to show here and discuss.

As such, there is clearly a leadership perceived image that BMW and Mercedes-Benz have carried the last few years. Yet with that, you look at over all sales and both these companies have flipped and flopped leadership of the year in specific luxury segments but lack over all auto sales in the US.

Based on the reports that @Drew Dowdell posted in January 2020 on 2019 auto sales:

  • Ford - 2,422,698
  • GM - 2,887,046
  • FCA - 2,203,663
  • Tesla - 367,500
  • Audi - 224,111
  • BMW - 360,918
  • Genesis - 21,233
  • Honda - 1,608,170
  • Hyundai - 688,771
  • Infiniti - 117,708
  • Jaguar Land Rover - 125,787
  • Kia - 615,338
  • Mazda - 278,552
  • Mercedes-Benz - 357,729
  • Mitsubishi - 121,046
  • Nissan - 1,227,973
  • Porsche - 61,568
  • Subaru - 700,117
  • Toyota - 2,383,349
  • Volkswagen - 363,322
  • Volvo - 108,234

2019 Auto Sales


Luxury Brand Sales in 2019


Large Luxury Auto sales 2019


Mid size luxury auto sales 2019


Small Auto Luxury auto sales 2019


Best Selling Trucks ranking in the US 2019


Car Sales over the last 30 years in the US.


Over all Auto Sales from 1978 to now.


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2 hours ago, A Horse With No Name said:

Glad to see Lincoln in last place, actually....

Be interesting to see this chart once 2020 is over and see how the pecking order changes.

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On 4/29/2020 at 11:33 AM, Robert Hall said:

1st and 2nd quarter numbers and March and April will look pretty bad numbers-wise, I would think...

Utterly dismal, one would think. 



Was in a bad mood the other day, a little bit of Lincoln love to make up for that. 

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