For reasons as varied as the requirement of brevity and the lack of ability to engage readers on every topic, not every car listed in a GoodCarBadCar.net Sales Stats Graph is mentioned when it comes time to actually analyze the figures. For this September 2010 edition of Midsize Car Sales and Midsize Luxury Car Sales in America, that’s gonna change. Below is a comment for each car involved. Just want the straight goods? Scroll down and have a look at the Graphs.
You might not have exact figures on fleet sales percentages for the Chrysler Sebring and Dodge Avenger, but you, like me, know it’s high. Mercury Milan sales won’t be helping out the Ford Fusion for many months – will Fusion sales rise accordingly? 2507 of the Honda Accord’s 24,127 sales are of the Crosstour variety. I’m working on a conspiracy theory that says Honda’s price for the Crosstour ($29,670) is what Honda pays you, not the other way around. How else to explain 2507 purchases of that thing? Finally, the Chevrolet Malibu: year-to-date sales are up 37.2%.
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