September Sales Snapshot: The Top 20 Vehicles By Volume

Edward Niedermeyer
by Edward Niedermeyer

1.Ford F-Series33,8772.Toyota Camry25,7453.Honda Accord20,8264.Toyota Corolla/Matrix20,7415.Chevrolet Silverado19,4016.Honda Civic16,0937.Honda CR-V14,5548.Dodge Ram13,4529.Chevrolet Impala13,04710.Nissan Altima12,14911.Toyota Prius10,98412.Ford Fusion10,83413.Chevrolet Malibu10,47914.Toyota RAV410,39815.Volkswagen Jetta9,56816.Ford Focus9,18217.Ford Escape8,69218.Lexus RX8,22819.Pontiac G68,09720.Chevrolet Camaro7,961

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  • John Horner John Horner on Oct 03, 2009

    I wonder how close Ford is to running maximum capacity at the Fusion factory in Mexico? The market leading Camry and Accord both have multiple factories cranking 'em out while Fusions all come from one place. Even the Altima has two factories running it (Smyrna and Canton).

  • Anonymous Anonymous on Oct 03, 2009
    Ford is not selling enough Tauruses (Taurii?) to recover their investment. Selling far less than the Impala. All the hype regarding Ford’s “new” cars is proving to be just that, hype. You can say the Taurus is only targeted at Avalon, but then again, it still would be a total waste of available investment capital. Fusion doesn’t have the legs to run with Accord or Camry. NAILED IT. But the Taurus Sales will pick up when they fleet dump them even more. The Taurus will suffer from the same D3 curse that had plagued every other D3 sales do to cost (way too much) and Toyota-like blandness.
  • Akear Akear on Oct 03, 2009

    The Impala is the car that refuses to die. It has more than nine lives. Don't be surprised if it is still around in 2015.

  • Rag21 Rag21 on Oct 05, 2009

    anyone else surprised to see a luxury car on this list? looks like people are really loving the new RX.