What was the best-selling car in America in 2012?

Top 10 Best-Selling Vehicles for 2012

  • Ford F-150. Numbers of units sold: 434,585.
  • Toyota Camry. Numbers of units sold: 359,241.
  • Honda Accord. Numbers of units sold: 331,872.
  • Honda Civic. Numbers of units sold: 310,753.
  • Chevrolet Silverado 1500. Numbers of units sold: 306,127.
  • Nissan Altima.
  • Toyota Corolla.
  • Honda CR-V.

What was the best selling car in 2011?

Top of the Charts: The Best-Selling Vehicles of 2011

  • Toyota Camry — 308,510 sales.
  • Nissan Altima — 268,981 sales.
  • Ford Escape — 254,293.
  • Ford Fusion — 248,067 sales.
  • Ram 1500/2500/3500 — 244,763.
  • Toyota Corolla — 240,259 sales.
  • Honda Accord — 235,625 sales.
  • Chevrolet Cruze — 231,732 sales.

What car sells the most 2022?

The 25 Bestselling Cars, Trucks, and SUVs of 2022 (So Far)

  • Toyota Camry (61,505 units sold)
  • Toyota Highlander (66,026 units sold)
  • Jeep Grand Cherokee (75,117 units sold)
  • Toyota RAV4 (101,192 units sold)
  • Chevy Silverado (118,796 units sold)
  • Ram Pickup (127,116 units sold)
  • Ford F-Series (140,701 units sold)

Was the Camaro the best-selling car of 2012?

With a scant 1396-unit advantage, the Chevrolet Camaro finished 2012 as the 50th-best-selling vehicle, one spot ahead of the Ford Mustang. Mustang sales rose significantly in 2012; Camaro sales fell significantly. Much could be said about every vehicle in the table below, but space and time do not allow.

What’s the best-selling mid-size car?

Once again, the mighty Ford F-150 was at the top of the heap. The Toyota Camry — the country’s best-selling midsize sedan — was in 2nd place, trailed closely by the Honda Accord. Small was big last year. The compact-car segment was a dominant force on our list, represented by the Ford Focus, Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla.

What cars were nearly sold more than the Chevy Volt?

Volkswagen’s pretty nice Golf was nearly outsold by the Golf GTI and Golf R. Audi sold more than 1200 copies of the now defunct A4 Avant. The Chevrolet Volt ranked 127th out of 266 vehicles, thereby outselling the majority of vehicles on sale in America.

Is the Ford F-series still the best-selling vehicle line?

Be ye excited. The Ford F-Series was the best-selling vehicle line in the United States in 2012. Fortunately, you can now click the percentage change column on the far right to see that F-Series volume hasn’t grown as fast as, say, the Lexus GS, Chevrolet Volt, or Kia Rio, as compared to the previous year’s performance of the same vehicle.