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Total number of existing and new car models offered in the U.S. market from 2000 to 2017

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Total number of car models offered in the U.S. market 2000-2017 The statistic shows the total number of car models offered in the U.S. market from 2000 to 2017. In 2017, there were 237 existing and 38 new car models offered in the U.S. market.
Number of car models offered in the U.S. market

In 2009, there were 230 new and existing car models that were offered within the United States market. In 2009, 39 new car models were launched into the United States market. Small and mid-sized cars made up the largest share of the country’s automobile market, accounting for 39.3 and 34 percent of new car models, respectively, in 2012.

In terms of U.S. light vehicle sales, General Motors was the most important vehicle manufacturer as of March 2014, followed by Ford, Toyota, Nissan and Fiat-owned Chrysler. About 4.4 million passenger cars were produced in the United States in 2013. As of 2016, the Ford F-Series was among the best selling car models in the world, totaling in around 987,000 sales that year. The Ford F-Series, which have been available since the 1940s, is a series of light-duty trucks and medium-duty trucks. Ford's second best selling passenger car is the Ford Focus, which began production in 1998 under the Ford Motor Company in Europe and soon after moved to North America in 1999. Worldwide production of the Ford Focus is expected to increase to 1.13 million units in 2017. The Detroit carmaker expects Asia Pacific to contribute around 40 percent of its vehicle sales in four or five years’ time.
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The statistic shows the total number of car models offered in the U.S. market from 2000 to 2017. In 2017, there were 237 existing and 38 new car models offered in the U.S. market.
Number of car models offered in the U.S. market

In 2009, there were 230 new and existing car models that were offered within the United States market. In 2009, 39 new car models were launched into the United States market. Small and mid-sized cars made up the largest share of the country’s automobile market, accounting for 39.3 and 34 percent of new car models, respectively, in 2012.

In terms of U.S. light vehicle sales, General Motors was the most important vehicle manufacturer as of March 2014, followed by Ford, Toyota, Nissan and Fiat-owned Chrysler. About 4.4 million passenger cars were produced in the United States in 2013. As of 2016, the Ford F-Series was among the best selling car models in the world, totaling in around 987,000 sales that year. The Ford F-Series, which have been available since the 1940s, is a series of light-duty trucks and medium-duty trucks. Ford's second best selling passenger car is the Ford Focus, which began production in 1998 under the Ford Motor Company in Europe and soon after moved to North America in 1999. Worldwide production of the Ford Focus is expected to increase to 1.13 million units in 2017. The Detroit carmaker expects Asia Pacific to contribute around 40 percent of its vehicle sales in four or five years’ time.
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May 2017
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2000 to 2017

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