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<TABLE class=chart cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=0 width=550><TBODY><TR><TH class=chartTitle colSpan=5>Best Selling Vehicles for March</TH></TR><TR><TD class=divided>1</TD><TD class=divided>Honda</TD><TD class=divided>Accord</TD><TD class=divided>Midsize Car</TD><TD>36,161</TD></TR><TR class=alt><TD class=divided>2</TD><TD class=divided>Ford</TD><TD class=divided>F-150</TD><TD class=divided>Large Truck</TD><TD>34,996</TD></TR><TR><TD class=divided>3</TD><TD class=divided>Toyota</TD><TD class=divided>Camry</TD><TD class=divided>Midsize Car</TD><TD>31,310</TD></TR><TR class=alt><TD class=divided>4</TD><TD class=divided>Chevrolet</TD><TD class=divided>Silverado 1500</TD><TD class=divided>Large Truck</TD><TD>30,780</TD></TR><TR><TD class=divided>5</TD><TD class=divided>Nissan</TD><TD class=divided>Altima</TD><TD class=divided>Midsize Car</TD><TD>30,577</TD></TR><TR class=alt><TD class=divided>6</TD><TD class=divided>Chevrolet</TD><TD class=divided>Impala</TD><TD class=divided>Large Car</TD><TD>29,010</TD></TR><TR><TD class=divided>7</TD><TD class=divided>Honda</TD><TD class=divided>Civic</TD><TD class=divided>Compact Car</TD><TD>28,971</TD></TR><TR class=alt><TD class=divided>8</TD><TD class=divided>Toyota</TD><TD class=divided>Corolla</TD><TD class=divided>Compact Car</TD><TD>21,552</TD></TR><TR><TD class=divided>9</TD><TD class=divided>Ford</TD><TD class=divided>Focus</TD><TD class=divided>Compact Car</TD><TD>21,168</TD></TR><TR class=alt><TD class=divided>10</TD><TD class=divided>Toyota</TD><TD class=divided>Prius</TD><TD class=divided>Compact Car</TD><TD>20,635</TD></TR><TR><TD class=divided>11</TD><TD class=divided>Honda</TD><TD class=divided>CR-V</TD><TD class=divided>Compact SUV</TD><TD>18,974</TD></TR><TR class=alt><TD class=divided>12</TD><TD class=divided>Ford</TD><TD class=divided>Escape</TD><TD class=divided>Compact SUV</TD><TD>16,735</TD></TR><TR><TD class=divided>13</TD><TD class=divided>Ford</TD><TD class=divided>Fusion</TD><TD class=divided>Midsize Car</TD><TD>15,887</TD></TR><TR class=alt><TD class=divided>14</TD><TD class=divided>Toyota</TD><TD class=divided>Tacoma</TD><TD class=divided>Compact Truck</TD><TD>15,587</TD></TR><TR><TD class=divided>15</TD><TD class=divided>Dodge</TD><TD class=divided>Ram Pickup 1500</TD><TD class=divided>Large Truck</TD><TD>15,452</TD></TR><TR class=alt><TD class=divided>16</TD><TD class=divided>Pontiac</TD><TD class=divided>G6</TD><TD class=divided>Midsize Car</TD><TD>15,108</TD></TR><TR><TD class=divided>17</TD><TD class=divided>Chevrolet</TD><TD class=divided>Malibu</TD><TD class=divided>Midsize Car</TD><TD>14,737</TD></TR><TR class=alt><TD class=divided>18</TD><TD class=divided>Toyota</TD><TD class=divided>Tundra</TD><TD class=divided>Large Truck</TD><TD>14,311</TD></TR><TR><TD class=divided>19</TD><TD class=divided>Dodge</TD><TD class=divided>Grand Caravan</TD><TD class=divided>Minivan</TD><TD>14,104</TD></TR><TR class=alt><TD class=divided>20</TD><TD class=divided>Chevrolet</TD><TD class=divided>Cobalt</TD><TD class=divided>Compact Car</TD><TD>13,756</TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>
Source: Edmunds.com
<TABLE class=chart cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=0 width=550><TBODY><TR><TH class=chartTitle colSpan=6>Best Selling Vehicles for Q1 2008</TH></TR><TR><TD class=divided>1</TD><TD class=divided>2008</TD><TD class=divided>Ford</TD><TD class=divided>F-150</TD><TD class=divided>20.2%</TD><TD>94,551</TD></TR><TR class=alt><TD class=divided>2</TD><TD class=divided>2008</TD><TD class=divided>Chevrolet</TD><TD class=divided>Silverado 1500</TD><TD class=divided>19.1%</TD><TD>90,903</TD></TR><TR><TD class=divided>3</TD><TD class=divided>2008</TD><TD class=divided>Honda</TD><TD class=divided>Accord</TD><TD class=divided>27.8%</TD><TD>87,659</TD></TR><TR class=alt><TD class=divided>4</TD><TD class=divided>2008</TD><TD class=divided>Toyota</TD><TD class=divided>Camry</TD><TD class=divided>17.6%</TD><TD>84,176</TD></TR><TR><TD class=divided>5</TD><TD class=divided>2008</TD><TD class=divided>Nissan</TD><TD class=divided>Altima</TD><TD class=divided>31.5%</TD><TD>74,573</TD></TR><TR class=alt><TD class=divided>6</TD><TD class=divided>2008</TD><TD class=divided>Chevrolet</TD><TD class=divided>Impala</TD><TD class=divided>15.4%</TD><TD>71,750</TD></TR><TR><TD class=divided>7</TD><TD class=divided>2008</TD><TD class=divided>Honda</TD><TD class=divided>Civic</TD><TD class=divided>22.3%</TD><TD>70,210</TD></TR><TR class=alt><TD class=divided>8</TD><TD class=divided>2008</TD><TD class=divided>Toyota</TD><TD class=divided>Corolla</TD><TD class=divided>12.1%</TD><TD>57,857</TD></TR><TR><TD class=divided>9</TD><TD class=divided>2008</TD><TD class=divided>Honda</TD><TD class=divided>CR-V</TD><TD class=divided>16.2%</TD><TD>50,684</TD></TR><TR class=alt><TD class=divided>10</TD><TD class=divided>2008</TD><TD class=divided>Ford</TD><TD class=divided>Focus</TD><TD class=divided>10.6%</TD><TD>49,070</TD></TR><TR><TD class=divided>11</TD><TD class=divided>2008</TD><TD class=divided>Chevrolet</TD><TD class=divided>Cobalt</TD><TD class=divided>10.2%</TD><TD>48,024</TD></TR><TR class=alt><TD class=divided>12</TD><TD class=divided>2008</TD><TD class=divided>Pontiac</TD><TD class=divided>G6</TD><TD class=divided>63.9%</TD><TD>45,951</TD></TR><TR><TD class=divided>13</TD><TD class=divided>2008</TD><TD class=divided>Toyota</TD><TD class=divided>Prius</TD><TD class=divided>9.4%</TD><TD>42,907</TD></TR><TR class=alt><TD class=divided>14</TD><TD class=divided>2008</TD><TD class=divided>Toyota</TD><TD class=divided>Tundra</TD><TD class=divided>8.6%</TD><TD>40,784</TD></TR><TR><TD class=divided>15</TD><TD class=divided>2008</TD><TD class=divided>Ford</TD><TD class=divided>Fusion</TD><TD class=divided>8.6%</TD><TD>40,050</TD></TR><TR class=alt><TD class=divided>16</TD><TD class=divided>2008</TD><TD class=divided>Toyota</TD><TD class=divided>Tacoma</TD><TD class=divided>8.4%</TD><TD>39,776</TD></TR><TR><TD class=divided>17</TD><TD class=divided>2008</TD><TD class=divided>Ford</TD><TD class=divided>Escape</TD><TD class=divided>8.4%</TD><TD>39,313</TD></TR><TR class=alt><TD class=divided>18</TD><TD class=divided>2008</TD><TD class=divided>Dodge</TD><TD class=divided>Ram Pickup 1500</TD><TD class=divided>16.7%</TD><TD>38,439</TD></TR><TR><TD class=divided>19</TD><TD class=divided>2008</TD><TD class=divided>Chevrolet</TD><TD class=divided>Malibu</TD><TD class=divided>8.0%</TD><TD>37,404</TD></TR><TR class=alt><TD class=divided>20</TD><TD class=divided>2008</TD><TD class=divided>Ford</TD><TD class=divided>Edge</TD><TD class=divided>7.7%</TD><TD>36,034</TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>


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I hope also that the new F150 can add the gap between it and the silvarado. Cash on the hood would easily help Silvarado take those 4,500 units , especially since right now GM has really put a lid on rebates. if you put the GMC there, GM easily outsells F150

The new F150 can't get here fast enough.
 

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Thank you Jaybird for double checking the numbers...and why am I not surprised.

Ford still sold a large amount of F-150s...despite the fact that truck sales are off substantially across the market due to the fact gasoline now hovers around $3.50 to $3.70 a gallon across the nation, and the media has continued to spin up the frenzy of the "Credit Crunch", the "Housing Collapse", and are now screaming the dreaded "R" word...Recession.

I do agree that fuel costs are going to continue to be a thorn in the side of Truck and SUV sales for the coming years...but the F-150 is a special vehicle that manages to overcome some of these hindrances, and I see that with the re-designed 2009 model and the upcoming 4.4L Urea Diesel...Ford will still be able to move quite a substantial amount of F-150s.

As Always...Stay Fabulous!
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ummmm ...

according the HONDA - not Edmunds,

Accord sold 34,628 units in April:

http://www.hondanews.com/categories/1097/releases/4503

so VERY close, but not cigar ... and why am I NOT surprised that Edmunds would be the ones to release such misinformation?!?

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I did the same thing yesterday Igor and delted my findings because they were for April as are yours. The numbers in the first post are for March and the Accord total is correct but the F-Series total is way off.
 
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