30 Most Popular Cars in the US
The top spot belonged to the Ford F-Series, selling 56,299 units and reportedly making it responsible for just under 5 percent of all November 2012 auto sales. That was followed by the Chevrolet Silverado – despite a decline in sales – in spot #2 with 39,674 units sold. And number three belonged to the Honda Civic, which continued to be America's best-selling car, with 30,075 units sold.
Check out the full list of the top 30 best-selling cars in America, courtesy of GoodCarBadCar.net, and be sure to use RydeShopper to get the best prices on these vehicles.
|#20||Jeep Grand Cherokee||13,619|
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