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  1. classic car classifieds
    October 11, 2012

    The full numbers for monthly U.S. motorcar sales square measure out, and also the huge image appearance pretty sensible.
    Total vehicle sales for the year through the month of September rose to fourteen.87 million units versus analysts’ accord forecast of fourteen.5 million units.

  2. ant
    September 13, 2012

    ferrari sold in usa in 2011 1.750 cars and maserati 2.321 cars. in 2012 maserati comparing to 2011 is growing approx 10% no datas unfortunately about ferrari :)

  3. LM
    September 8, 2012

    @Rick
    more disgusting tbh

  4. Richard
    September 6, 2012

    as an american, it really is shocking how many light trucks there are on the road here compared to europe. it is very shocking to me though that the cruze is outselling the new focus, where I live in central kentucky (Lexington) there are probably 3 new focus models for every cruze on the streets, and very few new civics (less than the cruze by a wide margin 5:1 probably). a lot of new escapes around too, as well as mazda cx-5, not seen a single new altima on the road yet. not that many Ram trucks though, it’s kind of weird how few current gen rams there are around here.

  5. Carsitaly
    September 5, 2012

    Fiat-Chrysler sales in USA – statistics:

    http://www.carsitaly.net/fiat-car-sales_unitedstates.htm

  6. Carson
    September 5, 2012

    @Ian

    It’s not just the US. Take a look at the Aus rankings below. The Toyota Hilux is number 1 as it is in many countries in Asia and Africa.

  7. Ian
    September 5, 2012

    I meant to say pick up trucks. I am obviously not awake yet

  8. Ian
    September 5, 2012

    Quite different from Europe, the American love affair with pick up trips goes on and on

  9. Rick
    September 5, 2012

    my oh my, those F-Series…….amazing sales numbers!

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