There are a few hours left, but considering the nature of this post, cold, hard statistics aren’t vital for an understanding of popularity within GoodCarBadCar.net. Rather than share with you a simple list of the most trafficked pages within this domain, it might be more interesting to see the most popular posts from different subsections. Without further ado, here are the most actively read posts from GoodCarBadCar.net from the last twelve months.
Most Popular Canadian Sales Stats/Best Sellers Post:
Top 10 Best-Selling Cars In Canada – February 2010 Edition
February’s version of Canada’s best-selling cars post came after GoodCarBadCar.net began a Sales Stats offensive and then had eleven months to gather traffic stats.
Most Popular U.S. Auto Sales/Best Sellers Post:
Top 10 Best-Selling Cars In America – March 2010 Edition
March, like February in Canada, was a month in whiuch GoodCarBadCar.net was still building its reputation for being the home for auto sales data breakdowns. Then came three-fourths of the year in which March’s version could continue to build traffic. The Toyota Camry had a huge lead in March, by the way.
Most Popular Bad 8 Post:
Part IV – Honda Accord Crosstour
Again, this is from 2010’s The Bad 8 v3.0. Unfortunately for the world’s biggest engine builder, the 2011 Honda Accord Crosstour is still here.
Most Popular Sales Stats Segment:
Now a combination of the subcompact car segment and the compacts and a handful of niche models, the Small Car category includes stalwarts like the Honda Civic, Toyota Corolla, and Mazda 3. The Small SUV segment is nearly as popular.
Most Searched Car:
With official fuel economy numbers from Natural Resources Canada and predicted pricing from The Good Car Guy, no car (outside of Sales Stats) received as much attention from GoodCarBadCar.net’s audience than the still-upcoming Scion iQ.
Most Popular Video(s):
13 Toyota Sienna Swagger Wagon Clips
If you haven’t seen them already, check’em out. If you have seen them, you need to take another look.