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USA February 2011: market up 27%, Ford F-Series #1, Fusion #5 Discover the Top 50 best selling models

Ford Fusion

Buyers are back” is the cry we have been hearing all over the USA this month, with sales up 27% year-on-year at just under 1 million. The Top 2 best selling vehicles are still trucks: the Ford F-Series is #1 at 37,549 sales and the Chevrolet Silverado is #2 at 31,728 units.

As for passenger cars, the Toyota Camry reclaims the lead over the Toyota Corolla, and the Ford Fusion lands 3rd (or 5th overall), the first time in many years an American passenger car is on the podium. It sells 23,111 units (+40%) and is also 5th in 2011 at 37,457 sales (+31%).

Other great performances include the Chevrolet Cruze stable in 12th with best-ever 18,556 sales, the Ford Explorer back in the Top 30 (29th) with 9,657 sales and +139% and the Ford Fiesta breaking into the Top 50 at #49 with 6,270 sales.

Full Top 50 Ranking Table: click on ‘Read more’ below the Ford Explorer pic.

Ford Explorer

USA February 2011:

Pos Model Feb /10 Jan 2011 /10 Pos 2010
1 Ford F-Series 37,549 14% 1 73,355 21% 1 1
2 Chevrolet Silverado 31,728 60% 2 59,900 41% 2 2
3 Toyota Camry 27,212 64% 4 45,357 40% 4 3
4 Toyota Corolla 25,860 52% 3 46,441 36% 3 5
5 Ford Fusion 23,111 40% 9 37,457 31% 5 8
6 Honda Accord 21,206 6% 13 34,662 -11% 8 4
7 Nissan Altima 20,808 28% 5 37,262 7% 6 7
8 Honda Civic 19,121 16% 8 33,755 8% 9 6
9 Honda CR-V 19,096 61% 6 35,435 65% 7 9
10 Chevrolet Malibu 19,092 26% 10 33,194 5% 10 11
11 Dodge Ram P/U 18,644 82% 16 30,841 52% 14 10
12 Chevrolet Cruze 18,556 new 12 32,187 new 11 116
13 Ford Escape 18,005 19% 11 31,978 23% 12 13
14 Chevrolet Impala 16,290 39% 7 31,478 39% 13 15
15 Hyundai Sonata 15,723 109% 14 28,984 126% 15 12
16 Chevrolet Equinox 15,434 35% 15 28,281 61% 16 17
17 Toyota Prius 13,539 70% 19 24,174 47% 17 18
18 Nissan Sentra 12,599 62% 22 22,137 45% 21 44
19 VW Jetta 12,591 61% 17 24,051 44% 18 21
20 Toyota RAV4 12,562 85% 18 23,758 62% 19 16
21 Hyundai Elantra 12,289 54% 21 21,948 40% 22 19
22 GMC Sierra 11,696 86% 20 22,323 64% 20 20
23 Nissan Rogue 11,427 86% 23 20,850 79% 23 34
24 Ford Focus 10,879 -21% 24 19,893 -17% 24 14
25 Nissan Versa 10,578 -9% 26 19,260 10% 25 33
26 Dodge Caravan 10,555 12% 30 18,368 34% 27 30
27 Ford Edge 10,138 17% 25 19,056 28% 26 22
28 Ford Econoline 9,723 22% 29 17,702 25% 29 25
29 Ford Explorer 9,657 139% 34 17,008 105% 30 56
30 Chevrolet Traverse 9,533 62% 27 18,138 56% 28 27
31 Toyota Sienna 8,806 118% 42 15,149 129% 35 35
32 Honda Odyssey 8,744 17% 36 15,766 28% 34 26
33 Jeep Grand Cherokee 8,667 31% 31 16,279 64% 32 43
34 Kia Sorento 8,641 3% 28 16,757 3% 31 24
35 Toyota Highlander 8,622 138% 32 16,129 99% 33 41
36 Honda Pilot 8,224 23% 38 14,927 29% 38 31
37 Mazda3 8,077 -2% 52 13,092 -16% 45 28
38 Subaru Outback 7,951 28% 37 14,931 50% 37 40
39 Chrysler T&C 7,904 -9% 39 14,456 10% 39 23
40 Toyota Tacoma 7,879 -5% 35 15,019 0% 36 29
41 Jeep Wrangler 7,636 28% 40 14,080 30% 40 38
42 GMC Acadia 7,547 16% 47 13,270 11% 43 52
43 GMC Terrain 7,190 90% 41 13,559 68% 42 58
44 Toyota Tundra 7,012 28% 43 13,099 40% 44 39
45 Kia Soul 6,684 86% 48 12,029 109% 48 53
46 Lexus RX 6,567 15% 44 12,448 9% 46 37
47 Chevrolet HHR 6,398 37% 33 13,785 36% 41 48
48 Subaru Forester 6,334 0% 45 12,140 5% 47 42
49 Ford Fiesta 6,270 new 59 10,540 new 52 118
50 Chevrolet Camaro 6,245 -4% 53 11,008 -7% 49 45

Source: wsj.com, manufacturers

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