|Number of civilian aircraft (shipments)|
|General aviation||7,588||11,852||7,283||14,072||11,881||2,029||1,144||1,021||899||964||928||1,077||1,115||1,549||2,193||2,475||2,802||2,618||(R) 2,196||2,130|
|Passenger car (new retail sales)||6,641,000||9,332,000||8,399,000||8,624,000||8,979,000||11,043,000||9,300,000||8,175,000||8,214,000||8,518,000||8,990,000||8,635,000||8,526,000||8,272,000||8,141,721||8,698,284||8,846,625||8,422,625||8,103,229||7,610,481|
|Motorcycle (new retail sales)b||N||N||1,125,000||940,000||1,070,000||710,000||303,000||280,000||278,000||293,000||306,000||309,000||330,000||356,000||432,000||546,000||710,000||850,000||936,000||996,000|
|Truck (factory sales)c||1,194,475||1,716,564||1,660,446||2,231,630||1,667,283||3,356,905||3,692,474||3,363,445||4,039,518||4,870,675||5,617,866||5,689,551||5,748,147||6,125,935||6,407,702||7,345,059||7,022,478||6,223,586||6,963,720||7,143,429|
|Bus; includes school bus (factory sales)||i||35,241||31,994||40,530||34,385||33,533||32,731||24,058||22,484||24,549||22,409||23,918||27,583||26,882||27,483||i||i||i||i||i|
|Recreational vehicle (shipments)||N||192,830||380,300||339,600||178,500||351,700||347,300||293,700||382,700||420,200||518,800||475,200||466,800||438,800||441,300||481,200||418,300||321,000||378,700||377,800|
|Transit cars (deliveries)|
|Class I rail (deliveries)|
|Passenger train car||N||N||N||109||109||N||58||0||0||0||64||76||92||10||0||0||26||U||U||U|
|Recreational boath||N||N||N||N||569,700||636,800||494,700||448,000||466,750||498,775||576,200||663,760||634,750||610,100||573,300||585,300||576,900||882,300||(R) 846,000||840,800|
KEY: N = data do not exist; R = revised; U = data are not available.
a U.S.-manufactured fixed-wing aircraft over 33,000 pounds empty weight, including all jet transports plus the 4-engine turboprop-powered Lockheed L-100.
b Includes domestic and imported vehicles. Prior to 1985, all terrain vehicles (ATVs) were included in the motorcycle total. In 1995, the Motorcycle Industry Council revised its data for the years 1985 to present to exclude ATVs from its totals.
c Includes large passenger or utility vehicles that may be considered cars in other tables, and starting in 1999 includes buses.
d Includes domestic and imported vehicles, wheel sizes 20 inches and over. Data from 1997 onwards are projections.
e Buses or bus-type vehicles only. Includes demand response. Excludes vanpool vans and most rural and smaller systems prior to 1984. Transit motor bus figure is also included as part of the bus total in the highway category.
f Includes all railroads and private car owners.
g Self-propelled, 1,000 or more gross tons.
h Retail unit estimates. Includes outboard, inboard, and sterndrive boats, jet boats (since 1995), personal watercraft (since 1991), sailboats, canoes, and kayaks (since 2001). Also includes inflatable boats (until 1992) and sailboards (until 1990).
i Included in truck figure.
1960-2003: Aerospace Industries Association, Aerospace Facts and Figures (Washington, DC: Annual issues), "Civil Aircraft Shipments".
Passenger cars and trucks:
1960-97: American Automobile Manufacturers Association, Motor Vehicle Facts & Figures, 1998 (Southfield, MI: 1999), p. 21 (passenger car) and p. 6 (truck).
1998-2003: Ward's Communications, Motor Vehicle Facts & Figures, 2004 (Detroit, MI: 2004), p. 21 (passenger car) and p. 9 (truck).
1970-2000: Motorcycle Industry Council, Inc., Motorcycle Statistical Annual, 2001 (Irvine, CA: 2002), p. 8 and similar tables in earlier editions.
2001-02: Motorcycle Industry Council, Inc., "Motorcycle Sales Rev Up for 11th Straight Year," media release, Feb. 13, 2004, Internet site http://www.mic.org as of June 24, 2004.
2003: Motorcycle Industry Council, Inc., "Motorcycle Industry on Track for 12th Year of Consecutive Growth", media release, Nov. 18, 2004, Internet site http://www.motorcycles.org as of Dec. 9, 2004.
1965-97: American Automobile Manufacturers Association, Motor Vehicle Facts & Figures, 1998 (Detroit, MI: 1998), p. 6 and similar tables in earlier editions.
1998: Ward's Communications, Motor Vehicle Facts & Figures, 1999 (Detroit, MI: 1999), p. 6 and similar tables in earlier editions.
1965-97: Ibid., Motor Vehicle Facts & Figures, 1998 (Detroit, MI: 1998), p. 12 and similar tables in earlier editions.
1998-2003: Ward's Communications, Motor Vehicle Facts & Figures, 2004 (Detroit, MI: 2004), p. 12.
1980-2003: National Bicycle Dealers Association, "Industry Overview," Internet site http://www.nbda.com as of Dec. 9, 2004, Apr. 21, 2003, and personal communication Sept. 24, 1996.
1960-2003: American Public Transit Association, Public Transportation Fact Book (Washington, DC: Annual issues), table 29 and similar tables in earlier editions.
Class I rail:
1960-2003: Association of American Railroads, Railroad Facts (Washington, DC: 2004), p. 55 and similar pages in earlier editions.
1975-80: Ibid., Railroad Facts (Washington, DC: 1997), p. 17 and similar pages in earlier editions.
1985-2000: Amtrak, Amtrak Annual Report, Statistical Appendix (Washington, DC: Annual issues).
1960-2003: U.S. Department of Transportation, Maritime Administration, Merchant Fleets of the World (Washington, DC: Annual issues) and personal communications on Sept. 2, 2003 and Mar. 1, 2005.
1980-2003: National Marine Manufacturers Association, Boating 2003 (Chicago, IL: 2004), annual retail unit estimates, Internet site http://www.nmma.org as of Dec. 8, 2004.