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Old 01-13-2010, 06:22 AM
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Default USA december 2009 sales data

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1. Hyundai Accent 3.831
2. Honda Fit 3.570
3. Toyota Yaris 3.557
4. Kia Rio 3.496
5. BMW MINI 2.564
6. Kia Soul 2.505
7. Chevrolet Aveo 2.212
8. Nissan Cube 1.565
9. Scion xB 1.392 1
10. Suzuki SX4 1.087

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1. Toyota Corolla/Matrix 21.899
2. Honda Civic 13.652
3. Ford Focus 10.196
4. Toyota Prius 9.617
5. VW Jetta 7.957
6. Hyundai Elantra 6.123
7. Mazda3 5.923
8. Nissan Versa 5.554
9. Nissan Sentra 5.210
10. Chevrolet Cobalt 5.112
11. Kia Forte 4.044
12. Subaru Impreza 2.555
13. VW Golf/Rabitt/Eos 1.735
14. Lexus HS 1.407
15. Honda Insight 1.403
16. Mitsubishi Lancer 1.189
17. Volvo S40/V50 824
18. BMW Serie1 724
19. Dodge Caliber 412
20. Audi A3 391

more infomation http://autoten.com/2010/01/13/united...december-2009/
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It took me a nanosecond to get that the site used periods instead of commas for the sales figures. :lol:

It's surprising how well the old Focus is doing.

If the Golf sales are consistent for 12 months that means the Golf doesn't sell more than 21,000 a year. Time to pull the plug on that one entirely. Sell only a GTI and concede the bargain hatchback role to the Polo.

The Honda Insight is getting SPANKED by the Prius.

The Rio/Accent sales allow Hyundai some bragging rights in the small segment, but it ain't pretty in the compact segment as the Elantra/Forte is half of what the Corolla does.

It's time for the A3 to be a sedan. The hatchback thing isn't panning out.

The BMW 1 series needs to get axed being such a dumb product. Buyers see 3 series pricing on a smaller more cramped vehicle and buy the 3 series.
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It's surprising how well the old Focus is doing.

The BMW 1 series needs to get axed being such a dumb product. Buyers see 3 series pricing on a smaller more cramped vehicle and buy the 3 series.
+1 to both points.

I'm always surprised by how far the Corolla and Camry outsell their competitiors in the USA.
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Old 01-16-2010, 07:21 PM
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+1 to both points.

I'm always surprised by how far the Corolla and Camry outsell their competitiors in the USA.
People REALLY want boring cars with bad styling apparently
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Old 04-19-2010, 02:40 AM
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March 2010 United State Car Sale Report

1. Toyota 163.100
2. Ford 159.009
3. Chevrolet 132.889
4. Honda 96.540
5. Nissan 85.526
6. Hyundai 47.002
7. Kia 30.522
8. Dodge 29.506
9. GMC 27.389
10. Jeep 24.393
11. Subaru 23.785
12. Mazda 23.193
13. VW 22.148
14. Lexus 20.219
15. Mercedes 20.031
16. Chrysler 19.780
17. RAM 18.944
18. BMW 18.060
19. Buick 12.954
20. Acura 11.722
21. Cadillac 11.639
22. Mercury 10.486
23. Infiniti 9.942
24. Lincoln 8.693
25. Audi 8.589
26. Mitsubishi 5.434
27. Volvo 5.237
28. MINI 3.610
29. Scion 3.511
30. Saturn 2.737
31. Land Rover 2.726
32. Suzuki 2.246
33. Porsche 1.905
34. Jaguar 983
35. Smart 677

Top 10 model of United State in March 2010

1. Ford F-Series 42.514
2. Toyota Camry 36.251
3. Chevrolet Silverado 29.886
4. Toyota Corolla/Matrix 29.623
5. Honda Accord 26.533
6. Toyota RAV4 25.781
7. Nissan Altima 24.649
8. Ford Fusion 22.773
9. Honda Civic 22.463
10. Ford Focus 19.500

source: http://autoten.com/2010/04/16/march-...r-sale-report/
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