Americas Vehicles market in 2014 was led by Chevrolet ahead of Ford. This exclusive report issued by focus2move is based on sales statistics in 29 markets, from Alaska to Patagonia.
In 2014 according to data released by all Car Manufacturers local Associations, total Light Passengers Vehicle (cars + light commercial vehicles) sold in the Americas (29 countries) have been 24.881.000 million, up 2.1% from the correspondent month last year.
The best-selling brand was Chevrolet with 3.275.398 sales (-1.4% from 2013) thanks to the leadership in several South American market and the strong performance scored in Brazil.
Second and just few units behind, was the historical rival Ford with 3.201.015 sales (-2.5%). Ford was second despite leading in USA, the largest market in the 29, and in Canada.
Third was Toyota with 2.642.599 sales (+5.6%). Toyota is strong in US and Canada while is growing in South region countries.
Nissan was fourth with 1.826.672 (+10.5%) outpacing Honda (5th with 1.751.287, +1.0%). Nissan is market leader in Mexico while still weak in Brazil and Argentina.
Volkswagen in 6th sold 1.314.284 units (-11.6%) with a market share at the half of those performed in China and Europe and was one of the few losing in double digit, mainly due to Argentinian market collapse and lost share in the declining Brazil.
Hyundai was 7th (+2.4%) ahead of Fiat, leader in Brazil, which sold 858.520 units, down 8.9%.
The fastest growing brand was Jeep (9th with 777.804 units, +40.2%) followed by Tesla (38th with 26.868 units, +39.3%) and Ram (14th with 564.313, +25.4%).
Below, you can sort our interactive tables. Please bear in mind that sales data are subject to adjustments as sources will update their information. This report is updated at the publishing date and will not be modified while the next on this subject will always have the year to date data updated.
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