In full-year 2022, Honda and Acura sales in the USA were a third lower with the CR-V and Accord the top-selling models.
2022 (January to December): American Honda had a dismal year with sales in the USA down by 32.9% to 983,507 vehicles. Honda brand sales were down 32.7% to 881,201 vehicles. Accura brand performed even worse with sales down 35% to 102,306 vehicles.
Honda blamed the weak performance in America in 2022 on supply rather than demand problems. Although sales were significantly stronger towards the end of the year, American Honda expects supply issues to continue into 2023 but to a much lesser degree.
Honda and Acura Car and Truck Sales in the USA in 2022
Honda and Acura sales by cars and trucks (SUV) were as follows in the USA in 2022:
As with most other brands, passenger cars performed worse in 2022 than trucks and SUVs. Honda passenger car sales were 40% lower while truck sales contracted by 28%. However, sales of passenger cars of the Acura luxury brand suffered less than trucks.
American Honda Sales per Car Model in 2022
Honda and Acura car sales per vehicle model nameplate were as follows in the USA in full-year 2022:
The Honda CR-V was the most popular Honda vehicle in the USA in 2022 while the Accord was the best-selling Honda passenger car. Sales of the Civic halved but the new model launched at the end of the year may reverse some of these losses. The Ridgeline was the only Honda model to increase sales volume in the US in 2022.
The MDX and RDX were the top-selling Acura models.
Car Sales by Brand in the USA in 2022 (Full Year)
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- → Global Sales by Brand Worldwide in 2022, 2021, and 2020
Car Sales by Brand in the USA in 2022 (Full Year):
- BMW, incl. Mini
- FCA, incl. Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram, Alfa Romeo, Fiat
- GM, incl. Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, GMC
- Honda, incl. Acura
- Nissan, incl. Infiniti
- Stellantis — see FCA
- Toyota, incl. Lexus
NOTE: “Sales” as reported by the various brands generally refer to deliveries and not necessarily sales to the customer or final registration. Terms and definitions may vary. All statistics are provided by respective car manufacturers unless clearly marked otherwise.