2019 Q2 YTD U.S. Auto Sales Results, Down 2.6% from 2018

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  1. xcel

    xcel PZEV, there's nothing like it :) Staff Member

    Hi All:

    U.S. auto Sales definitely peaked 2 years ago and the sales falloff continues albeit ever so slowly.

    U.S. June and 2019 YTD U.S. Auto Sales Results
    1. GM reported total YTD sales of 1,412,499 vehicles, down 4.2 percent from the 1,474,170 sold through the same period of 2018.

    2. Toyota reported total June sales of 202,352 vehicles, a decrease of 3.5 percent compared to June 2018. YTD sales of 1,152,108 vehicles was down 3.1 percent from the 1,189,311 sold through the same period of 2019.

    3. Ford reported total YTD sales of 1,189,670 vehicles, down 3.1 percent from the sold through the same period of 2018.

    4. FCA reported total June sales of 206,083 vehicles, an increase of 1.9 percent compared to June 2018. YTD sales of 1,096,110 vehicles was down 1.7 percent from the 1,115,476 sold through the same period of 2018.

    5. Honda reported total June sales of 135,901 vehicles, a decrease of 7.3 percent compared to June 2018. YTD sales of 776,995 vehicles was down 1.4 percent from the 787,824 sold through the same period of 2018.

    6. Nissan reported total June sales of 123,504 vehicles, a decrease of 14.9 percent compared to June 2018. YTD sales of 717,036 vehicles was down 8.2 percent from the 780,695 sold through the same period of 2018.

    7. Subaru reported total June sales of 61,511 vehicles, an increase of 2.8 percent compared to June 2018. YTD sales of 339,525 vehicles was up 5.2 percent from the 322,860 sold through the same period of 2018.

    8. Hyundai reported total June sales of 64,202 vehicles, an increase of 1.5 percent compared to June 2018. YTD sales of 333,328 vehicles was up 1.7 percent from the sold through the same period of 2018.

    9. Kia reported total June sales of 56,801 vehicles, flat compared to June 2018. YTD sales of 304,844 vehicles was up 3.8 percent from the 293,563 sold through the same period of 2018.

    10. VW reported total June sales of 31,725 vehicles, an increase of 9.6 percent compared to June 2018. YTD sales of 184,608 vehicles was up 6.8 percent from the 172,898 sold through the same period of 2018.

    11. BMW/Mini reported total June sales of 34,862 vehicles, an increase of 3.9 percent compared to June 2018. YTD sales of vehicles 174,023 was down 1.1 percent from the 176,022 sold through the same period of 2018.

    12. Mercedes-Benz reported total June sales of 29,275 vehicles, an increase of 0.5 percent compared to June 2018. YTD sales of 163,917 vehicles was down 7.1 percent from the 176,408 sold through the same period of 2018.

    13. Mazda reported total June sales of 22,828 vehicles, a decrease of 15.1 percent compared to June 2018. YTD sales of 138,555 vehicles was down 15.5 percent from the 163,924 sold through the same period of 2018.

    14. Audi reported total June sales of 19,409 vehicles, a decrease of 0.3 percent compared to June 2018. YTD sales of 101,440 vehicles was down 6.0 percent from the 107,942 sold through the same period of 2018.

    15. Mitsubishi reported total YTD sales of 71,097 vehicles, up 5.6 percent over the 67,327 sold through the same period of 2018.

    16. Jaguar/Land Rover reported total YTD sales of 62,405 vehicles, up 4.8% percent over the 59,566 sold through the same period of 2018.

    17. Volvo reported total YTD sales of 50,120 vehicles, up 5.2% percent from the 47,622 sold through the same period of 2018.

    18. Porsche reported total YTD sales of 30,257 vehicles, up 2.8 percent over the 29,421 sold through the same period of 2018.
    The industry as a whole achieved U.S. YTD Auto sales of 8,36 million down 2.6 percent from the 8,58 million sold through the same period of 2018.
     
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  2. xcel

    xcel PZEV, there's nothing like it :) Staff Member

    Hi All:

    I updated the results posted above through the top 18 and the YTD totals.

    Wayne
     
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