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Top 10 Best-Selling Vehicles — December


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If you're about to buy a new car, being up to speed on the sales performance of different vehicles in the market can provide you with helpful insight. If a vehicle is a hot seller, a dealer may be less inclined to negotiate on price. On the other hand, that model gathering dust in the back of the lot may represent a golden opportunity for those seeking the sweetest bargains.

With this in mind, here are last month's 10 best-selling vehicles. Included is each model's monthly sales total. Keep in mind that our sales figures are more granular than those reported elsewhere. Instead of lumping all Ford F-Series sales into a single number, for example, we report separate numbers for the F-150, F-250, F-350 and F-450. As a result, our rankings may differ slightly from those published in other sources.

Be sure to visit our Incentives and Rebates page to learn about current incentive and rebate offers before you buy. And check out our Deals of the Month page to find our picks for the best deals. You might also find the vehicle you're interested in offered through Edmunds.com's Price Promise® program.

  1. Ford F-150

    1. Ford F-150

    Numbers of units sold: 53,932

  2. Chevrolet Silverado 1500

    2. Chevrolet Silverado 1500

    Numbers of units sold: 45,519

  3. Honda CR-V

    3. Honda CR-V

    Number of units sold: 32,369

  4. Nissan Altima

    4. Nissan Altima

    Numbers of units sold: 32,331

  5. Honda Accord

    5. Honda Accord

    Numbers of units sold: 30,293

  6. Toyota Corolla

    6. Toyota Corolla

    Numbers of units sold: 30,125

  7. Ram 1500

    7. Ram 1500

    Numbers of units sold: 29,360

  8. Toyota Camry

    8. Toyota Camry

    Numbers of units sold: 29,170

  9. Ford Escape

    6. Ford Escape

    Number of units sold: 25,603

  10. Honda Civic

    10. Honda Civic

    Numbers of units sold: 24,861

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Comments

  • ncezee ncezee Posts:

    I don't know where you guys are getting those sales figures from, but the Hyundai Elantra had 22,100 units sold in April, and 63,303 total units sold thus far. It has clearly out sold it's big brother, the Hyundai Sonata as well as the Corolla and CRV. This is according to the Wall Stree Journal: http://online.wsj.com/mdc/public/page/2_3022-autosales.html Just FYI.

  • dc_autogeek dc_autogeek Posts:

    This list clearly indicates America's desire to buy small fuel efficient hybrids (insert sarcastic tone). I wonder where all of the "75% of Americans want 60mpg" people are that the Consumer Federation of America claim to have surveyed?

  • seamus6 seamus6 Posts:

    two trucks, two SUVs and 8 cars! Funny how higher gas prices will boost car sales!

  • bassracerx bassracerx Posts:

    the f150 i can understand but i dont see who puts down hard earned dollars on the silvarado/sierra because gm is not working hard to earn them. they used to be first class trucks back in 06 when they launched that platform but now they are pathetic compared to the competition.

  • meteor10 meteor10 Posts:

    agree about silverado))) who would buy them now? to be honest they are pathetic and poor these times...

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