Civic, Accord and CR-V account for over 75,000 vehicle sales in February. Wayne Gerdes – CleanMPG – Mar. 1, 2015 2016 Honda Civic LX with the 2.0L I4 mated to the CVT - $20,275 to start incl. $835 D&H while offering owners a 31/41 mpgUS city/Highway rating. The EX-L with the 1.5L turbo mated to the CVT provides owners a 31/42 mpgUS rating and far more efficient than the EPQA indicates 2.0L in real world driving. Pricing begins at $23,035 incl. the $835 D&H charge for that trim. Honda February 2016 Sales Overview Honda reported record February sales of 118,985 Honda and Acura vehicles, an increase of 12.8 percent over the 105,466 sold in February of 2015. Year to date the company sold 219,482 vehicles, up 5.7 percent over the 207,650 sold through the same period of 2015. And this result is with two fewer selling days. On a daily selling rate basis, sales are up 10.1 percent! The Honda Division set a new February record with 106,212 vehicles, up 14.9 percent with truck sales setting a record with 48,945 sold. Honda February 2016 Sales Highlights The all-new 2016 Honda Civic set a new monthly record for the second month in a row with sales of 27,707 vehicles, up 31.7 percent over the 21,038 sold in February of 2015. Year to date, 54,448 Civics have been sold, up 37 percent over the 39,737 vehicles sold through the same period of 2015. It was named the North American Car of the Year for a good reason. It is a great car. 2016 Honda Civic Touring A time lapse at usk… The refreshed and very modern Accord reached sales of 25,785 vehicles, up 19.3 percent over the 21,616 vehicles sold in February of 2015. Year to date, sales of 46,550 vehicles is up 9.2 percent over the 42,627 sold through the same period of 2015. In February GM and especially Chrysler picked up significant market share while Kia's rise is coming out of Hyundai's hide. U.S. February 2016 Sales vs. February 2015 Sales Ranks and Results for the top 14 Automobile Manufacturers GM February 2016 Sales Down 1.5% with 227,825 Vehicles Sold Ford February 2016 Sales Up 20.1% with 209,153 Vehicles Sold Toyota February 2016 Sales Up 4.1% with 187,954 Vehicles Sold FCA February 2016 Sales Up 11.8% with 182,879 Vehicles Sold Nissan February 20165 Sales Up 10.5% with 130,911 Vehicles Sold Honda February 2016 Sales Up 12.8% with 118,985 Vehicles Sold Hyundai February 2016 Sales Up 1.0% with 53,009 Vehicles Sold Kia February 2016 Sales Up 13.0% with 49,737 Vehicles Sold Subaru February 2016 Sales Up 1.6% with 42,011 Vehicles Sold Mercedes-Benz February 2016 Sales Down 0.5% with 25,632 Vehicles Sold BMW February 2016 Sales Down 12.4% with 25,337 Vehicles Sold VW February 2016 Sales Down 13.2% with 22,321 Vehicles Sold Mazda February 2016 Sales Down 16.0% with 21,544 Vehicles Sold Audi February 2016 Sales Up 2.3% with 11,718 Vehicles Sold In February, notice how Nissan is increasing the sales gap over Honda and Kia not only overtook Subaru but is quickly coming up on Hyundai’s heels. The seasonally adjusted annual selling rate (SAAR) for light vehicles in February was 17.7 million vehicles.