Top 30 Best-Selling Vehicles In America - November 2011

2012 Toyota Prius V
2012 Toyota Prius V
In the table of November 2011's 30 best-selling vehicles in America, a table which you've probably already scanned by scrolling down this page, you'll find all ten of America's top 10 sport-utility vehicles and crossovers, five of America's best-selling trucks, and 15 of the most popular cars in America. The leading truck, and best-selling vehicle overall, was the Ford F-Series. Ford's pickup garnered 4.8% of all new vehicle sales in America last month as sales jumped 24%.

The Toyota Camry, with 24 out of every 1000 new vehicle sales in the U.S. in November, found 23,440 buyers. That's up 13% from last November, enough to propel the Camry back on top of America's best-selling car standings. One spot back of the Camry was Ford's Escape - not the new one; not yet - which posted a 46% improvement, easily enough to be the best-selling SUV in America.

Six of America's 30 best-selling vehicles in November were sold by General Motors. With 20% of the top 30, GM was at par with October's result but is down from 30% of the top 30 in 2003. 14 of the these 30 best-selling vehicles are Detroit machines. There is just one European car. It's made in Mexico. You'll spot four Korean nameplates. That leaves 11 Japanese products, including the surging Toyota Prius. North of the border, Prius V sales are listed separately, and though that doesn't have any bearing on the U.S. results, the Prius V was twice as popular as the regular Prius in November.

October's version of this post can be viewed here. Use the dropdown menu in the top right of this page to find monthly and yearly sales figures for all 30 of these vehicles as well as every other model currently on sale in North America. Keep scrolling past the table for a look at the market share of America's 20 best-selling vehicles as opposed to the other 62.4% of the new vehicle market in November 2011.

Rank
Best-Selling Vehicle
November 2011
%
Change
Year To Date
YTD
% Change
#1
Ford F-Series
47,740 + 23.9% 516,639 + 9.1%
#2
Chevrolet Silverado
34,251 + 33.7% 367,343 + 12.1%
#3
Toyota Camry
23,440 + 13.0% 275,004 - 7.3%
#4
Ford Escape
21,823 + 46.1% 228,719 + 32.7%
#5
Nissan Altima
20,613 + 12.2% 243,005 + 17.8%
#6
Ford Fusion
19,192 + 12.8% 226,445 + 15.2%
#7
Dodge Ram
19,379 + 8.4% 218,750 + 24.0%
#8
Honda Civic
17,133 + 3.4% 200,690 - 13.5%
#9
Honda CR-V
16,426 - 10.1% 196,787 + 9.0%
#10
Toyota Corolla/Matrix
16,115 - 0.5% 219,250 - 10.2%
#11
Hyundai Sonata
15,668 + 11.7% 208,621 + 15.5%
#12
Honda Accord
15,468 - 18.7% 234,637 - 15.9%
#13
Toyota Prius
15,208 + 48.7% 119,459 - 4.7%
#14
Chevrolet Equinox
14,936 - 2.9% 175,079 + 37.6%
#15
Jeep Grand Cherokee
13,545 + 23.3% 110,938 + 53.4%
#16
Chevrolet Cruze
13,238 + 64.1% 215,057 + 1478%
#17
Volkswagen Jetta
12,891 + 15.6% 162,937 + 47.8%
#18
Ford Explorer
12,888 + 217% 121,832 + 141%
#19
Hyundai Elantra
12,414 + 43.8% 173,336 + 45.5%
#20
GMC Sierra
11,971 + 22.4% 132,675 + 17.4%
#21
Ford Focus
11,735 - 9.9% 161,436 + 1.1%
#22
Toyota RAV4
11,330 - 7.9% 118,130 - 23.0%
#23
Chevrolet Impala
10,851 - 26.1% 160,955 + 0.2%
#24
Nissan Rogue
10,845 + 27.2% 112,257 + 25.9%
#25
Honda Pilot
10,487 + 38.1% 104,656 + 13.8%
#26
Chevrolet Malibu
10,269 - 11.9% 191,774 + 2.4%
#27
Toyota Tacoma
9739 + 13.0% 98,565 + 3.5%
#28
Ford Edge
9685 - 3.4% 109,625 + 2.1%
#29
Kia Sorento
9669 + 0.5% 119,572 + 20.6%
#30
Kia Optima
9533 + 570% 73,886 + 204%
Source: Manufacturers & ANDC 
Red font indicates year-over-year declining sales 
Accord sales include the Crosstour. GCBC will continue this through December for comparative purposes.
U.S. best selling autos market share chart November 2011
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