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Top 10 Best-Selling Vehicles for 2013

There are a few things we can learn about American automobile buyers by taking a look at the list of 2013's best-selling vehicles.

First of all, they love trucks. Once again, by a wide margin, the best-selling vehicle in the land was a pickup — the Ford F150. Car buyers also continue to have a soft spot for family sedans. Models like the Honda Accord, Toyota Camry, Nissan Altima and Ford Fusion all rank on the list. And compact SUVs — which combine the versatility of an SUV with a smaller, more maneuverable footprint — have a strong following, with the Honda CR-V and Ford Escape leading the pack in sales.

The full list of 2013's 10 best-selling vehicles is shown below. 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.

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Numbers of units sold: 521,515

Numbers of units sold: 365,175

Numbers of units sold: 364,036

Numbers of units sold: 353,456

Numbers of units sold: 328,461

Numbers of units sold: 320,723

Numbers of units sold: 303,906

Numbers of units sold: 299,683

Numbers of units sold: 295,993

Number of units sold: 251,921


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