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Just under 16 million new cars were sold in the US in 2004.
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Answer nearly 17 million Chevrolet was the best-selling brand in the US market in 2005, outpacing Ford for the first time in 19 years, Gene…ral Motors said. The Big Three US automakers' sales were down 2% overall, while Asian brands' sales climbed 7% and European brands fell 3%. US automakers' US market share fell to an unprecedented low of 56.9%, from 61.7% just three years ago, according to Autodata. Asian brands' US market share rose to 36.5%, up from 34.6%. The total number of vehicles sold in the United States was nearly 17 million, about the same as the year before.
For the past nine years, U.S. auto sales have totaled between 16.1 million and 17.4 million. --- Detroit Free Press by Tim Higgins by Tim Higgins "Interest rate cuts cou…ld help auto sales"
Answer Don't know their original source, but, here is the number: http://sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1023364/000119312507055632/d10k.htm
Approximately 16 Million
There were 9 million passenger cars sold in the United States in 2000. Because of the declining economy in the 2000s, fewer than 6 million were sold in 2009.
In the year 2006, 7,667,066 According to Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Passenger_vehicles_in_the_United_States#Sales Ed web/gadget guru
"Last year was the industry's best performance since 2007, when 16.1 million new cars and trucks were sold. Ford led all major automakers in 2013 with an 11 percent sales …gain to almost 2.5 million vehicles. Chrysler and Nissan posted 9 percent gains. GM, Toyota and Honda each posted 7 percent gains."
Per Manheim Consulting Retail Sales New car and light-duty truck sales were up 10% over 2010, to 12.8 million units. This fell short of Manheim's 13.1 million projection due t…o lost sales resulting from inventory shortages after the Japanese earthquake. New vehicles sold at a 13.1 million annualized rate in the first four months of the year and at a 13.3 million annualized clip in the final four months. It was the 11.9 million sales pace in the middle four months that dampened the annual total. Meanwhile, used vehicle sales were 38.8 million in 2011, the strongest level in four years. Manufacturer pre-owned sales totaled 1.7 million, a record high. Likewise, used vehicles retailed by the seven publicly traded dealership groups also reached a record high in 2011, at just under 1 million units.
12.8 million cars got sold in 2011 in the US