What Were the Top-10 Best Selling Cars in February 2011?

Even though the past two days have been filled with news from Geneva, the month of February is over and with it comes the sales numbers.

The good news is that for the most part every automaker’s sales were up last month with the exception of Chrysler and Jaguar. GM and Toyota had a great month with sales up 49 percent and 41 percent, respectively.

Last month the Ford F-Series held onto its top sales crown and the Toyota Camry remained the number one selling car in the US. It’s worth noting that the Ford Fusion has quickly moved up the ranks and has now passed the Honda Accord and Nissan Altima.

Check out the top-10 list after the jump.

1. Ford F-Series: 37,549
2. Chevy Silverado: 31,728
3. Toyota Camry: 27,212
4. Toyota Corolla: 25,860
5. Ford Fusion: 23,111
6. Honda Accord: 22,916
7. Nissan Altima: 20,808
8. Honda Civic: 19,121
9. Honda CR-V: 19,096
10. Chevy Malibu: 19,092

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