A month ago, it seemed ironic that despite Fiat’s dramatic sales declines, GCBC’s readers were still most obsessed with sales figures for the 500 and 500L.
As the 500’s decline continued in October and the 500L was needed to prop up the brand, GCBC’s readers became more interested in the vehicle-specific sales figures of America’s more popular nameplates: the top-selling Ford F-Series, for example, and the best-selling compact (Honda’s Civic) and best-selling premium brand car, the BMW 3-Series.
Interspersed among these popular vehicles you’ll find the Tesla Model S, Chevrolet Volt, and yes, the two Fiats listed as four of the ten vehicles with the most commonly viewed vehicle-specific sales figures at GoodCarBadCar.net.
In this post you’ll also find the most commonly read October-related sales articles at GCBC over the last month and the most frequently viewed GCBC Driven reviews, as well.
Automobile manufacturers will begin reporting their November and year-to-date sales figures on Tuesday, December 3, 2013. GoodCarBadCar will be updated throughout the day with brand results from both the United States and Canada. Later on Tuesday, U.S. November best seller lists for cars and trucks and SUVs will be published, as well.