Tough year for trucks in the US: the Ford F-Series stays distant leader but drops 11% year-on-year at 813,701 units, while the Chevrolet Silverado is down 9% with 652,646 sales. The Toyota Camry reclaims the title of best-selling passenger car in the country and climbs back onto the podium at 434,145 units, up 2 spots and 11%.
Sales up 3% were not enough for the Ford Explorer to stay on the podium, down to 4th this year at 433,847 units ahead of the Honda Accord, #5 with 398,980 sales down 4%. The Dodge Ram is back in shape: up 15% to 396,934 units and #6.
Previous year: see the 2001 US post here.
Full 2002 Top 40 Ranking Table below.