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Ford F-Series Still Most Popular During Devastating November

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The Ford F-Series remains atop the list of the top 10 best-selling vehicles in the U.S. for November. However, sales were down significantly across almost every brand in the market.

The biggest loser this month was Chrysler, with sales down 47% compared to November 2007. Nissan followed with sales down 42%. GM next was down 41%. Toyota was down 33.9%. Honda down 31.6%, and Ford rounded out the big-company slow-sales picture with sales that were off 30%.

Nearly every make saw significant drops. Hyundai and Kia were down 40% and 37%, respectively, while luxury automakers BMW and Mercedes-Benz were down 36% and 38%, respectively.

What the numbers show is that, despite common beliefs, the sour automotive market is not just a domestic problem. Things are so bad in Germany that the government there is considering a bailout of its automakers. 

The top 10 best-sellers list is below. 

Top 10 Best-Sellers

  • Ford F-Series: 37,911
  • Chevy Silverado: 29,534
  • Toyota Camry: 24,224
  • Toyota Corolla: 21,807
  • Honda Civic: 17,690
  • Honda Accord: 17,430
  • Dodge Ram: 15,538
  • Chevy Impala: 12,851
  • Honda CR-V: 12,153
  • Nissan Altima: 10,828


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Former managing editor David Thomas has a thing for wagons and owns a 2010 Subaru Outback and a 2005 Volkswagen Passat wagon. Email David Thomas

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