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Best-Selling Vehicles in America – August Edition

AutoNXT Logo By Perry Stern of AutoNXT | Slide 1 of 21: With the first seven months of 2017 complete, U.S. vehicle sales are continuing to decline following record numbers last year. Current sales stand at 9,873,579 units — about 2.9 percent below the previous year. Aside from a few exceptions, most of these declines are within the passenger car segment, while at the same time many manufacturers are having record sales for trucks and SUVs. Although the auto industry is experiencing a general decline, several brands had strong sales for July, including Infiniti, Subaru, Toyota and Audi. General Motors continues to lead all other manufacturers in the U.S. with a 16.73 percent market share, followed by Ford Motor Company, Toyota Motor Corporation and Chrysler / FCA Group. Here’s a look at the best-sellers in America after the first seven months of 2017, according to numbers compiled from individual auto manufacturers’ sales reports and goodcarbadcar.net.

Best-Sellers . . . So Far

With the first seven months of 2017 complete, U.S. vehicle sales are continuing to decline following record numbers last year. Current sales stand at 9,873,579 units — about 2.9 percent below the previous year. Aside from a few exceptions, most of these declines are within the passenger car segment, while at the same time many manufacturers are having record sales for trucks and SUVs. Although the auto industry is experiencing a general decline, several brands had strong sales for July, including Infiniti, Subaru, Toyota and Audi. General Motors continues to lead all other manufacturers in the U.S. with a 16.73 percent market share, followed by Ford Motor Company, Toyota Motor Corporation and Chrysler / FCA Group. Here’s a look at the best-sellers in America after the first seven months of 2017, according to numbers compiled from individual auto manufacturers’ sales reports and goodcarbadcar.net.

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