May
08

Chevrolet Equinox is the second-best-selling crossover so far this year.

We now have sales figures for the first four months of 2014, here’s how things stack up:

  • Total U.S. light-vehicle sales came to 5.1 million units. That’s up from 5.0 million units for the same period last year.
  • Car sales remained steady at about 2.5 million units for the period, while light truck sales rose from 2.4 million units to 2.6.

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Here’s how things stack up in a few key categories for the January through April time period:

 Overall Sales Leader: 

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2014 Ford F-150

  1. Ford F-150 (236,745)
  2. Chevrolet Silverado (150,512)
  3. Ram 1500 (133,580)

Cars:

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2014 Toyota Camry

  1. Toyota Camry (132,292)
  2. Nissan Altima (114,289)
  3. Honda Accord (113,312)

Trucks:

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2014 Ford F-150

  1. Ford F-150 (236,745)
  2. Chevrolet Silverado (150,512)
  3. Ram 1500 (133,580)

Crossovers:

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2014 Honda CR-V

  1. Honda CR-V (96,133)
  2. Chevrolet Equinox (76,388)
  3. Toyota RAV4 (71,898)

Premium Vehicle:

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2014 BMW 4-Series

  1. BMW 3/4-Sereis (34,199)
  2. Lexus RX (29,362)
  3. Mercedes-Benz E-Class (21,928)

Note: All numbers are as reported in Automotive News, an industry trade publication.

 

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