Redesigned and all-new models made a big impact for automakers last month, selling quickly. Eleven of the 19 fastest-selling cars in February were significantly changed or completely new, which led to those select cars selling at an average of just 15 days while the average for all new cars was 47 days.
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As has been the trend, most of the models on the list — 15 — were SUVs or pickup trucks. Redesigned pickups from Chevrolet and Ford had two versions each on the list, the Colorado and F-150 respectively. One oddity in the group was Nissan's Rogue Select, which is the same vehicle as the 2013 Rogue before it was redesigned for 2014. Nissan sells it as a more-affordable option - its starting price is nearly $3,000 less than the Rogue — and is not just a vehicle for rental fleets.