Ford F-150This is the official list of the top-20 selling cars and trucks in the U.S. through March of 2005. Trucks are still the favorite, but it's nice to see the Ford Mustang just cracking the list at number 20. Ford can't build enough of them. If there is one real change it is the amount of selection we have as consumers. The proliferation of new models have sent the uber-sellers down in sales but up the list. For instance, the Chevy Impala sold 11.4 percent less units, but moved up the rankings three spots. See the list at the link.

Rank

Vehicle

 2005

 2004

 ?04 Rank

 % Chng

 1

Ford F-Series

189,408

209,021

 1

 -9.4

 2

Chevy Silverado

159,321

147,337

 2

 +8.1

 3

 Toyota Camry

98,504 

96,180 

 4

 +2.4

 4

Dodge Ram

89,057 

102,845 

 3

 -13.4

 5

Toyota Corolla

81,658

75,125

 7

 +8.7

 6

Honda Accord

77,371

83,231

 5

 -7.0

 7

Chevy Impala

64,328

72,624

 10

 -11.4

 8

Ford Explorer

62,586

83,602

 6

 -25.1

 9

Nissan Altima

61,468

63,029

 17

 -2.5

 10

Honda Civic

59,255

73,149

 9

 -19.0

 11

Ford Taurus

55,114

68,679

 8

 -19.8

 12

GMC Sierra

50,869

43,771

 19

 +16.2

 13

Chevy Trailblazer

47,558

61,675

 11

 -22.9

 14

Jeep Grand Cherokee

47,114

48,899

 18

 -3.7

 15

Ford Focus

46,666

48,161

 14

 -3.1

 16

Chevy Malibu

45,792

28,989

 N/A

 +58.0

 17

Ford Escape

44,099

41,194

 N/A

 +7.1

 18

Chrysler Town&Country

43,849

31,049

 N/A

 +41.2

 19

Ford Econoline

42,466

41,334

 N/A

 +2.7

 20

Ford Mustang

42,261

36,339

 N/A

 +16.3





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