Top 10 Best Selling Cars of 2010
Of the major car companies, Toyota was the only one that saw its sales decrease - mainly attributed to its recall fiasco which caused consumers to question the safety of the brand.
GM ended the year as the number one seller of vehicles in the US.
Ford, having more vehicles than Toyota, reclaimed its No. 2 sales spot.
The car brand that saw the highest increase in sales was Buick - up 52%, while Smart sales fell the furthest with a 60% decline.
Top 10 Best Selling Vehicles for 2010
- Ford F-Series (528,349)
- Chevy Silverado (370,135)
- Toyota Camry (327,804)
- Honda Accord (311,381)
- Toyota Corolla (266,082)
- Honda Civic (260,218)
- Nissan Altima(229,263)
- Ford Fusion (219,219)
- Honda CR-V (203,714)
- Dodge Ram (199,652)
Best Selling Passenger Cars for 2010
Best Selling Trucks/SUVs for 2010
- F Series
- Ram Pickup
- Town & Country
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