What Were the Top 20 Best Selling Vehicles in the US Through July?

Reuters has posted a list of the 20 top-selling vehicles in the U.S. through July of 2007. There aren’t really any big surprises here.

The Ford F-Series continues to dominate the market as the best selling vehicle with the Chevrolet Silverado coming in second and the Toyota Camry coming in at third place.

Here’s the list:
Top 20 Selling Vehicles Up Until July 2007 (ranked by total units sold):

1. Ford F-Series: 411,926
2. Chevy Silverado: 357,893
3. Toyota Camry: 282,044
4. Toyota Corolla: 231,940
5. Honda Accord: 219,488
6. Dodge Ram: 214,569
7. Honda Civic: 201,652
8. Chevrolet Impala: 201,612
9. Nissan Altima: 164,717
10. Honda CR-V: 124,262
11. GMC Sierra: 115,185
12. Chevrolet Cobalt: 112,287
13. Toyota Prius: 110,565
14. Dodge Caravan: 110,507
15. Ford Focus: 109,876
16. Ford Econoline/Club Wagon: 106,045
17. Toyota Tundra: 105,990
18. Ford Escape: 104,645
19. Toyota-RAV4: 101,618
20. Honda Odyssey: 94,479

What is interesting about these stats:

-Domestic automakers (Ford, GM, Chrysler) have 10 out of the 20 models in the list.
-There are only three SUVs on the list and they are all small car based SUVs. The end of the large truck based SUV is here.
-Toyota has the most vehicles on the list.
-The Toyota Corolla is the number 4 best selling vehicle despite its age and the fact that it will be replaced soon.
-Only six out of the 20 vehicles are based on truck platforms.
-The Chevrolet Impala, Nissan Altima, Honda CR-V, Toyota Prius, Toyota Tundra, and the Toyota RAV-4 had the largest gains over the same period in 2006.

Full Story: Reuters

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