Top 10 Best-Selling Cars: December 2010

The final month of 2010 rang in huge sales for most car companies. It was such a good month that vehicles like the Chevy Equinox set sales records, catapulting it into the top 10. That pesky, well-rounded Honda CR-V still outsold it, though.

The most noticeable deletion from the top 10 was the Toyota Corolla, a perennial best-seller. While it’s being phased out for a new model, it’s still a shock to see it missing. The full list is below. Year-end figures will be following soon.

*Honda Accord includes 2,924 Crosstours

By David Thomas | January 4, 2011 | Comments (9)
Tags: Best Sellers


For now I have a special passion to ford it at home use, but also what Ford vehicle would not change.


For Accord, you included the crosstour, what about the Venza for Toyota Camry?

Michael E.

You are absolutely right Joey!!! The accord number might also include the coupe. Camry only comes in 4-door sedan. So, just compare apples to apples and NOT fruit salad to only one component of a fruit salad.

Venza is listed as a separate car from Camry, Accord Crosstour is included in its numbers for some reason.

So bad Hyundai cars won't reach the ranking. Hyundai cars today are so convenient and eco-friendly according to many reviews. :)

Michael E.

In addition, I think it's not just the corolla that's gone on the list. Where are the Malibu and impala? They used to have a ranking too....

I think that Honda Accord is the best among these cars. We all know that Honda leather is a higher quality than Toyota leather...


When will jan. 2011 sales be posted?

I'm surprised that Toyota Camry's sales have started to plummet. I mean, the Camry is one of the best-selling cars of the decade! That's why I found it odd that Toyota withdrew the model from Western Europe in 2004. Do you think it's only a matter of time until the same goes to other regions?

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