The Ford F-Series goes from strength to strength: for its 14th consecutive year atop the overall American models ranking and even though it will be completely relaunch next year, it is up 7% to reach 691,452 sales, a personal volume record. The Chevrolet C/K drops 8% to 536,901 units but stays distant #2.
Up no less than 42% year-on-year, the Ford Explorer climbs 6 spots to land on the podium at #3 with 395,227 sales. It is followed by the Ford Taurus, down 8% at 366,266 units and best-selling passenger car in the country for the 4th year in a row, and the Honda Accord, down 7% to 341,384 sales. The Toyota Camry is closing on in its two predecessors, up 2% to 328,602 units at #6.
Previous year: see the 1994 USA post here.
Full Year 1995 Top 10 Ranking Table below.