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

September’s sales numbers are in Detroit’s automakers had a great month with Chrysler up 27.2 percent, GM up 19.6 percent and Ford’s sales improving 8.9 percent. Honda and Toyota’s production is now back to normal following the earthquake in March, but both automakers still have supply issues, which are hurting sales. Toyota was down 17.5 percent and Honda’s sales were off by 8.0 percent. Japan’s other big automaker, Nissan saw its sales rise by 23.5 percent last month.

September’s Top-10 list remains largely unchanged from the month before it, with nine out of the ten models making it the list again. The only new model on September’s list was the Honda CR-V, which had a 9.5 percent improvement over August.

Check out the list after the jump.

Top 10 (September 2011):
1. Ford F-Series: 54,410
2. Chevy Silverado: 43,698
3. Toyota Camry‚Äč: 24,851
4. Ram Pickups: 24,522
5. Nissan Altima: 24,356
6. Ford Escape: 20,225
7. Honda CR-V: 19,604
8. Ford Fusion: 19,510
9. Honda Accord: 18,639
10. Hyundai Sonata: 18,181

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