The Jeep Wrangler Was America’s 33rd-Best-Selling Vehicle
In February 2014, Behind The Tacoma And Forester
America’s best-selling vehicle, the Ford F-Series, accounted for 47% of Ford brand light truck volume, 32% of Ford brand volume, 30% of Ford Motor Company volume, 9% of the U.S. auto industry’s light truck volume, and 5% of total new vehicle volume in February 2014.
The F-Series outsold its nearest rival pairing from General Motors – Silverado and Sierra, by 5066 sales in February 2014.
The GM truck twins outsold the F-Series by 1287 units in February 2013. These three trucks joined the Ram P/U as a quartet of pickups on this list of America’s 30 best-selling vehicles.
The Nissan Altima and 15 other cars made up the majority of players in the top 30, although according to the Automotive News Data Center, passenger cars were responsible for just 49% of the auto industry’s total February volume.
SUVs and crossovers, from the Ford Escape to the 30th-ranked Ford Edge, filled in the gaps. There were no minivans among the top 30 in February.
Compared with the equivalent list from one month ago, the Toyota Tacoma and Subaru Forester were knocked out in favour of the Edge and Nissan Sentra.