TABLE-Top-20 selling vehicles in U.S. through March

Tue Apr 2, 2013 2:48pm EDT

April 2 (Reuters) - The following are the 20 top-selling
vehicles in the U.S. through March of 2013 as reported by the
automakers and ranked by total units.
    
Top 20 selling vehicles in U.S. in March
 RANK   VEHICLE                     March  LAST YR   % CHNG
 1      Ford F-Series P/U          67,513   58,061    +16.3
 2      Chevy Silverado-C/K P/U    39,561   36,491     +8.4
 3      Nissan Altima              37,763   41,050     -8.0
 4      Toyota Camry               37,663   42,567    -11.5
 5      Honda Accord               36,504   26,771    +36.4
 6      Dodge Ram P/U              33,831   26,960    +25.5
 7      Toyota Corolla             31,423   28,289    +11.1
 8      Ford Fusion                30,284   28,562     +6.0
 9      Ford Escape                28,934   22,679    +27.6
 10     Honda Civic                27,665   28,199     -1.9
 11     Honda CR-V                 26,897   30,868    -12.9
 12     Hyundai Elantra            26,153   19,681    +32.9
 13     Ford Focus                 24,929   28,293    -11.9
 14     Chevrolet Cruze            23,260   21,607     +7.7
 15     Toyota Prius               22,140   28,711    -22.9
 16     Chevrolet Equinox          20,997   20,064     +4.7
 17     Chevrolet Malibu           18,539   23,887    -22.4
 18     Hyundai Sonata             18,031   23,281    -22.6
 19     Ford Explorer              17,509   13,212    +32.5
 20     Chrysler 200               16,593   14,914    +11.3
 
Top 20 selling vehicles in U.S. through March   
 RANK   VEHICLE                      2013      2012   % CHNG
 1      Ford F-Series P/U         168,843   143,827    +17.4
 2      Chevy Silverado-C/K P/U   116,649    95,638    +22.0
 3      Toyota Camry              100,830   105,405     -4.3
 4      Honda Accord               88,427    61,132    +44.6
 5      Nissan Altima              86,952    96,360     -9.8
 6      Ford Fusion                80,558    63,949    +26.0
 7      Toyota Corolla             80,244    68,428    +17.3
 8      Dodge Ram P/U              77,594    67,464    +15.0
 9      Ford Escape                72,983    58,604    +24.5
 10     Honda Civic                72,259    77,169     -6.4
 11     Honda CR-V                 65,374    74,587    -12.4
 12     Ford Focus                 61,898    66,043     -6.3
 13     Chevrolet Equinox          58,869    51,577    +14.1
 14     Chevrolet Cruze            55,731    57,083     -2.4
 15     Toyota Prius               55,724    60,859     -8.4
 16     Hyundai Elantra            54,546    44,401    +22.8
 17     Chevrolet Malibu           49,179    58,550    -16.0
 18     Ford Explorer              48,649    33,618    +44.7
 19     Hyundai Sonata             47,285    55,195    -14.3
 20     Chevrolet Impala           44,343    50,377    -12.0
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duncer wrote:
Glad to see GM is not faring well.

Apr 02, 2013 4:52pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
duncer wrote:
Glad to see GM is not faring well.

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duncer wrote:
Glad to see GM is not faring well.

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