Its styling is forgettable to the point that…. wait, what car are we talking about? Oh, right, the 2011 Volkswagen Jetta is quite boring to look at, but that’s not going to stop the Jetta from becoming one of America’s most popular cars in the next year. As America’s most popular European car in November 2010, the Jetta uses value in a way no Volkswagen has in years – unless you want to count the Phaeton.

So what does the Jetta’s popularity say about the significantly more expensive BMW 3-Series? Loved by thousands of consumers who have just a little more expendable cash than the buyers of mainstream sedans (or more desire to spend what money they have on a car), the 3-Series is America’s best-selling luxury car and sells in great enough quantity to be one of America’s more popular models overall. 

Further down the list, the Audi A5 stepped in to boot the Mercedes-Benz S-Class out of Europe’s Top 10. The Volkswagen Golf/GTI was also knocked down a peg from October 2010’s list of America’s best-selling cars from the continent. The numbers are below, so start perusing the list of America’s top selling European cars.

Rank Car Status November 2010 % Change
#1 Volkswagen Jetta 11,153 +40.2
#2 BMW 3-Series 8928 +36.6
#3 BMW 5-Series 5042 +58
#4 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4986 +3.4
#5 Mercedes-Benz C-Class 3930 -2.3
#6 Mini Cooper 2786 +8.7
#7 Audi A4 2761 +9
#8 Volkswagen Passat CC 2601 -18.4
#9 Volkswagen Golf 1754 +28.1
#10 Audi A5 1181 +10

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