Car shoppers in the United States are well on their way to buying over 17 million new cars and trucks in 2015. If that does indeed happen, it will be just the third time in history that milestone has been reached.
If auto sales continue at their current and projected levels, more than 17 million new cars will be sold in 2015. And if that does indeed happen, it will be just the third time new-car sales in the United States will have hit that lofty peak.
These were the ten best-selling vehicles in the United States in January 2015. While the leader may not surprise you, we think you'll find plenty of interesting facts and figures in the list, and the finishing order sometimes changes dramatically from month to month.
The year 2015 appears to be picking up right where 2014 left off, with every single auto company that sells vehicles in the United States reporting gains when compared to the same period a year ago. Trucks were the biggest driving factor in the race for sales supremacy.
We've compiled the sales numbers of all major automakers that sold cars and trucks in the United States in 2014. There are some standout performances, some noteworthy drops and overall very solid numbers in our chart that make it well worth a thorough examination.