Top Selling Vehicles In America In 2010 – The 100K Club, 200K Club, 300K Club And 400K Exclusive Club


There are hot sellers, and then there are the Best Sellers. To separate the wheat from the chaff, GoodCarBadCar.net is, in this case, honouring 27 large-volume vehicles. Some are small. Most are large. A few are in the middle. All are tremendously popular. These are their U.S. sales figures through eleven months of 2010. An * beside the vehicle’s name indicates there is a chance that, by the end of December, the vehicle indicated could be bumped up a club.

The 100,000 Club
Chevrolet Equinox: 127,515  – Chevrolet Impala: 160,667
Chevrolet Malubu*: 187,250 ~ Chevrolet Traverse: 96,221 
Chrysler Town & Country: 102,495 – Dodge Ram: 176,411
Ford Edge: 107,345 – Ford Escape: 172,335 – Ford Focus: 159,679
GMC Sierra: 112,999 ~ Honda CR-V*: 180,589 ~ Honda Odyssey: 98,035
Hyundai Elantra: 119,150 ~ Hyundai Sonata*: 180,659
Kia Sorento: 99,182 ~ Mazda 3: 97,330 ~ Toyota RAV4: 153,391
Toyota Prius: 125,289 ~ Volkswagen Jetta: 110,218

The 200,000 Club
Ford Fusion: 196,590 ~ Honda Accord*: 279,000 ~ Honda Civic: 231,955
Nissan Altima: 206,247 ~ Toyota Corolla/Matrix: 244,024

The 300,000 Club
Chevrolet Silverado: 327,617 ~ Toyota Camry: 296,581

The 500,000 Club
Ford F-Series: 473,461

Honourable mentions: BMW would need a 9157-sale month after averaging 8258 sales per month through the first 11 months of 2010, up 10.8% on 2009. Dodge would need 10,943 Grand Caravan sales in December to crack the 100,000 Club after falling sales in November and a year-long average of 8096 sales per month. Nissan would need 10,848 Rogue sales though its year-long monthly average has been 8104. Honda’s Pilot, in addition to the Toyota Tacoma and Toyota Sienna, are closing in on the 100,000 Club, too.

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