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Cruze is Chevrolet's best selling car obviously. When I see some of the cars ahead of it in its class - I worry about the general electorate.

Rank
Vehicle
May
2013
%
Change
Year
To
Date
YTD
%
Change
#1
Ford F-Series
71,604 + 30.6% 299,477 + 21.7%
#2
Chevrolet Silverado
43,283 + 25.3% 199,327 + 23.9%
#3
Toyota Camry
39,216 - 0.9% 171,756 - 5.5%
#4
Honda Accord
33,218 + 11.7% 155,183 + 22.9%
#5
Nissan Altima
31,940 + 40.8% 140,883 + 4.1%
#6
Dodge Ram
31,672 + 21.6% 140,675 + 22.7%
#7
Honda Civic
30,268 - 9.6% 128,980 - 4.5%
#8
Ford Fusion
29,553 + 10.0% 136,833 + 21.7%
#9
Ford Escape
29,123 + 26.2% 127,932 + 29.7%
#10
Toyota Corolla/Matrix
27,997 - 12.1% 132,514 + 5.9%
#11
Honda CR-V
27,298 + 8.4% 119,191 - 3.4%
#12
Ford Focus
27,186 + 9.8% 111,641 + 1.3%
#13
Hyundai Elantra
25,090 + 32.9% 104,081 + 29.9%
#14
Chevrolet Cruze
23,055 + 17.5% 100,818 + 6.2%
#15
Chevrolet Equinox
22,918 + 13.2% 102,752 + 14.0%
#16
Toyota RAV4
20,780 - 2.7% 83,556 - 13.4%
#17
Hyundai Sonata
20,194 - 2.7% 83,556 - 13.4%
#18
Chevrolet Malibu
18,899 - 36.1% 89,812 - 18.4%
#19
Ford Explorer
18,009 + 15.9% 84,646 + 33.8%
#20
Nissan Rogue
17,333 + 44.7% 63,533 + 4.4%
#21
Jeep Wrangler
16,272 + 12.6% 61,563 + 9.1%
#22
GMC Sierra
16,061 + 21.7% 71,065 + 17.5%
#23
Jeep Grand Cherokee
16,034 + 20.8% 64,170 + 2.5%
#24
Toyota Prius
16,008 + 13.2% 66,373 - 11.9%
Prius Liftback ^
15,330 + 17.4% 62,743 - 12.5%
Prius Plug-In ^
678 - 37.6% 3630 - 0.6%
#25
Volkswagen Jetta
15,910 + 4.8% 66,483 - 4.5%
#26
Kia Optima
15,368 + 15.0% 68,859 + 15.2%
#27
Toyota Tacoma
14,727 + 20.0% 67,165 + 21.5%
#28
Honda Odyssey
14,200 + 15.0% 52,265 + 3.5%
#29
Ford Edge
13,501 + 14.9% 55,392 + 0.4%
#30
Chrysler 200
13,278 + 0.2% 62,655 + 7.6%




Don't see any Dodge Darts on there...
 

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That's because the Dart sold a whopping 7,448 units last month.

Wife's parents just picked up a 13 Civic and it's deserving of it's spot on the list. The Focus, Corolla and Elantra not so much.........
 

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Don't see any Dodge Darts on there...
Chrysler/Fiat CEO Marrchione - implied in an interview a few months ago that the Dart (I will be nice) is not meeting sales expectations. Supposedly when the 9 speed auto trans is released for the Dart - sales will pick up.
 

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Chrysler/Fiat CEO Marrchione - implied in an interview a few months ago that the Dart (I will be nice) is not meeting sales expectations. Supposedly when the 9 speed auto trans is released for the Dart - sales will pick up.
ROFL! Pigs will fly. Satan will do triple toe loops. Lindsey Lohan will stay on the wagon.
 
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Ford focus that high in the list is because of rebates and incentives.
^^Agreed...My local Ford dealer offered me everything under the sun to try to get me in a Focus. I looked into it objectively but was unimpressed with the Focus. No deal would have been good enough to make My wife and I happy in a Focus. My Chevy dealer let the Cruze sell itself and it did in my case
 

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Nice...14 for the Cruze!

Trucks and mid-size sedans at the top of the list, and that is to be expected.

I'm surprised the Escapes and Fusions are flying off the lots as fast as they are considering the Consumer Reports's latests reliability survey seems to hate every Ford product ever.

Maybe people just finally realized that CR is a joke?

Did anyone notice the largest free-fall on that list was the Malibu? Interesting....
Yeah, the 2014's will be hitting lots soon. The new re-design looks MUCH better than the 2013.
 

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Did anyone notice the largest free-fall on that list was the Malibu? Interesting....
Not unexpected, as Chevrolet badly botched its' introduction and missed by a country mile in the redesign. Overall the car's not been well received by the general public nor the motoring press, and the only thing right now that keeps them moving off dealer's lots is a heap of cash on the hood and other incentives.

Hopefully the folks entrusted with the design of the all new 2015 Cruze have learnt a few hard lessons in how not to improve a successful model from the Malibu team.
 
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