All-new 2016 Civic outsells CR-V and Accord! Wayne Gerdes – CleanMPG – Feb. 2, 2016 2016 Honda Civic LX with the CVT – A somewhat pricey $20,275 incl. $835 D&H to start with local dealers discounting up to $1,500 according to TrueCar estimates. It provides owners with a 31/41 mpgUS city/.highway rating. Honda January 2016 Sales Overview Honda reported January sales of 100,497 Honda and Acura vehicles, a decrease of 1.7 percent from the 102,184 vehicles sold in January of 2015 in a month with two fewer selling days and one less weekend than January of 2015. On a daily selling rate basis (DSR) however, sales were up 6.5 percent. Despite the selling days and poor weather on both coasts, Honda on its own set a new January record with 90,247 vehicles sold. Car sales of 50,812 and truck sales of 39,435 set the pace for the month. Acura sales totaled 10,250, down 14.5 percent in January compared to January of 2015. Honda January 2016 Sales Highlights The all-new award winning 2016 Civic Sedan was the company’s bestselling vehicle in January with 26,741 sold, up a whopping 43.0 percent over the 18,699 sold in January of 2015 while setting an all-time January sales record. The Accord (20,765, down 1.2 percent) and CR-V (19,208, down 17.2 percent) were the brands next two best sellers. Notice the Nissan, Toyota and Ford declines while GM and especially Chrysler picked up significant market share. U.S. January 2016 Sales vs. January 2015 Sales Ranks and Results for the top 14 Automobile Manufacturers GM January 2016 Sales Up 0.5% with 203,745 Vehicles Sold Ford January 2016 Sales Down 2.6% with 173,723 Vehicles Sold Toyota January 2016 Sales Down 4.7% with 161,283 Vehicles Sold FCA January 2016 Sales Up 6.9% with 155,037 Vehicles Sold Nissan January 2016 Sales Up 1.6% with 105,734 Vehicles Sold Honda January 2016 Sales Down 1.7% with 100,497 Vehicles Sold Hyundai January 2016 Sales Down 1.1% with 45,011 Vehicles Sold Subaru January 20165 Sales Up 0.7% with 41,101 Vehicles Sold Kia January 2016 Sales Flat with 38,305 Vehicles Sold Mercedes-Benz January 2016 Sales Up 1.3% with 26,962 Vehicles Sold BMW January 2016 Sales Down 4.0% with 21,320 Vehicles Sold VW January 2016 Sales Down 14.6% with 20,079 Vehicles Sold Mazda January 2016 Sales Down 2.8% with 19,703 Vehicles Sold Audi January 2016 Sales Up 2.7% with 11,850 Vehicles Sold Anyone notice that Nissan sales outpaced Honda in January? The seasonally adjusted annual selling rate (SAAR) for light vehicles in January was approximately 17.5 million vehicles.