As is readily apparent from the lack of triple-up arrows, the ten vehicles which make up America’s Top 10 Best-Selling Cars are the same group present in this place in September 2010. Sure, there’s been some shifting around, but three cars are in the exact same spot they were last month, including the most popular car in America, the Toyota Camry. Although you’ll find the 2011 Ford Fiesta at #1 in the UK and, more likely than not, the 2010 Honda Civic at #1 in Canada, the Camry reigns in the USofA.
It’s worth pointing out that minivans aren’t eligible for GoodCarBadCar.net’s Top 10 Best-Selling Cars list, or the SUV list, or the trucks list, but the Chrysler Town & Country and Dodge Grand Caravan combined to sell 16,663 units in October. If the duo was eligible, and eligible as a duo, that would place them eighth on this list and knock the Chevrolet Malibu off. In the end, the Malibu stays, which makes for four domestic contenders. Truthfully, all cars here are built in either the United States or Canada, except the Mexico-built Ford Fusion. 24,344 Accord sales include 2893 Accord Crosstours.