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

The auto industry showed signs of improvement last month with many of the automaker’s posting sales gains over the same period in 2010. Chrysler came out on top last month with sales up 27 percent, while Nissan’s sales were up 18 percent. Ford’s sales increased a modest 6 percent, which was brought down thanks to Lincoln and GM posted a very small increase of just under 2 percent.

The top-10 list from October saw the Honda Accord stealing the top spot from the Toyota Camry, which is all-new for 2012. The Camry’s decline is largely due to the switchover from the outgoing 2011 to the all-new 2012 Camry that is just starting to show up in dealers. So the Camry could return back to the top spot in November. Other noteworthy winners last month were the Ford Escape, which saw its sales rise just over 30 percent and the Ram pickups, which saw a nice 25 percent increase.

Check out the list after the jump…

Top 10 (October 2011):
1. Ford F-Series: 52,511
2. Chevy Silverado: 36,656
3. Honda Accord: 22,589
4. Toyota Camry​: 22,043
5. Nissan Altima: 21,838
6. Ram Pickups: 21,037
7. Honda CR-V: 19,326
8. Ford Escape: 19,046
9. Hyundai Sonata: 18,192
8. Ford Fusion: 18,094

Here’s last month’s list: What Were the Top-10 Best Selling Cars in September 2011?

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