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USA 2020. Best selling cars ranking

USA best selling Cars ranking in first quarter 2020 reports the F-Series again with a wide gap on all others, but with sales down 13%, while Chevrolet Silverado & Ram Pick-up grow in double-digit. The top 50 brands ranking below.The Ford F-Series controls the market with a wide gap over all competitors and is projected to lead the industry for the 46th consecutive year. In the first quarter 2020, sales have been 186.5461 (-13.1%).Recovering the place lost last year, in second position there was the Chevrolet Silverado with 143.698 sales (+20.3%) ahead of the Pick up Ram, with 128.806 (+7.3%), at its best Q1 ever.In Fourth place the best SUV, the Toyota RAV4, with 97.631 sales (+16.5%) followed by the Toyota Camry, the best sedan, with 77.188 units (-5.5%), the Chevrolet Equinox with 73.453 (-18.5%) and the Honda CR-V with 71.186 (-18.4%).In eight place the Toyota Corolla with 69.214 sales (-12.0%) ahead of the Honda Civic with 63.944 (-18.2%) and in 10th place the Nissan Rogue with 59.717 (-36.3%).Tables with sales figuresIn the tables below we report sales for the top 100 ModelsThis content is for members only. Visit the site and log in/register to read.

France. Following the -50% in May, the French car market is projected down 32% in 2020
Tuesday June 02, 2020

French vehicles market lost 50.3% in May 2020 with 96.310 units sold, as car dealerships were allowed to restart activities from May 11, leading Year to Date figures to 481.989 (-42.5%). President Macron announced an €8bn plan for auto industry recovery and accelerate the transition to “clean” vehicles.French market heritageFrench vehicles market was in a positive […]

Canada 2020. In May the vehicles market lost 43.1%, supported by car dealerships restart
Friday July 03, 2020

Canada Auto Sales managed to improve in May 2020 compared to April’s fall, as car dealerships in Quebec and Ontario were able to reopen from May 4. Indeed, 113.224 units were sold in May (-43.1%), leading Year to Date sales to 487.678 (-39.5%).Canada Auto Market in MayAs car dealerships were allowed to restart activities in Quebec […]

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