GCBC's Most Popular Auto Sales Figures - March 2015

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Two Fords hosted the two most popular vehicle sales tracking pages at GCBC during the month of March 2015.

GCBC readers viewed the Ford F-Series' page most often; the Ford Mustang's was the second most popular. There were also three Honda products in the top ten.

Our most popular review during the month of March also involved the Mustang, a 2015 V6-powered Ford Mustang, in fact. Readers looked at our complete February 2015 U.S. brand-by-brand sales rankings more often than any other February-related sales article on GoodCarBadCar.

Automobile manufacturers will begin reporting their March 2015 U.S. and Canadian sales figures on Wednesday April 1, 2015. GoodCarBadCar will be updated throughout the day with brand results from automakers competing in the United States and Canada. Later on Wednesday afternoon, U.S. March 2015 best seller lists for cars and trucks and SUVs will be published, as well.

As always, sales figures for all manufacturers, makes, and models will be updated in GCBC's free searchable database of historical monthly and yearly sales data. For non-mobile users (or mobile users who have opted to view the full site by selecting that option at the bottom of the page), you can also select a vehicle, a brand, a manufacturer, or total industry figures in a dropdown menu near the top right of this page. The in-depth breakdown of March 2015 new vehicle sales begins in earnest straightaway at the beginning of April.

CARS - MARCH VIEWS
#10: BMW 3-Series
#9: Chrysler 200
#8: Tesla Model S
#7: Acura TLX
#6: Honda CR-V
#5: Toyota Camry
#4: Honda Accord
#3: Chrysler Town & Country
#2: Ford Mustang
#1: Ford F-Series

FEBRUARY 2015 SALES ARTICLES
#10: Top 30 Best-Selling Vehicles In America - February 2015
#9: Top 20 Best-Selling Cars In Canada - February 2015
#8: U.S. Car Sales Rankings By Model - February 2015 YTD
#7: U.S. SUV/Crossover Sales Rankings By Model - February 2015 YTD
#6: U.S. Truck Sales Rankings By Model - February 2015 YTD
#5: Top 20 Best-Selling SUVs In America - February 2015
#4: Canada Auto Brand Sales Rankings - February 2015 YTD
#3: U.S. Vehicle Sales Rankings By Model - February 2015 YTD
#2: Top 20 Best-Selling Cars In America - February 2015
#1: U.S. Auto Brand Sales Rankings - February 2015 YTD

REVIEWS - MARCH VIEWS
#10: 2015 Volkswagen Golf 1.8 TSI Comfortline
#9: 2015 Toyota Camry XSE V6
#8: 2015 Mercedes-Benz C400 4Matic
#7: 2015 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 HD LT Crew Cab 4x4 Duramax
#6: 2015 Kia Forte5 SX-L Turbo
#5: 2015 Ford Escape Titanium EcoBoost AWD
#4: 2015 Honda CR-V Touring AWD
#3: 2015 Subaru Legacy 3.6R Limited
#2: 2015 Acura TLX V6 SH-AWD Elite
#1: 2015 Ford Mustang V6

RECOMMENDED READING
GCBC's Most Popular Auto Sales Figures - February 2015
GCBC's Most Popular Auto Sales Figures - January 2015
Complete U.S. Auto Sales Recap - February 2015
Complete Canadian Auto Sales Recap - February 2015

2 comments:

  1. Isn't this more of an XM Sirius Satellite Radio issue... latency involved with receiving data from satellites rather than the MyTouch system... I have XM Sirius satellite radio on my RAV4 with a basic, non-touch screen stereo, and it also has this lag when switching stations on Satellite radio.

    Does the regular FM radio work fine?
    How about all the climate controls and other functions?

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  2. The system is generally slow. There are cars which cycle through sat-rad stations promptly, some which do so but don't display that fact, and others, like the Fusion, which possess an all-around slowness. We simply chose this screen to highlight that fact because it's the most commonly used function.

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