What Vehicles Do Americans Really Want?

LCT Magazine
Posted on June 17, 2009
THESE MARKET CHOICES amply demonstrate. And why shouldn't Americans get the vehicles they really want? As SUV demand rises again and compact vehicles increasingly languish on the lots, automarkers and government stewards should get the message: There are plenty of energy and economic resources that can be tapped to keep Americans on the road in big vehicles for decades to come. The chauffeured transportation industry should never shrink from pushing the high standards of premium, comfortable, safe luxury vehicles. -- M.R.

Related Topics: Fleet Vehicles, Sales & Marketing

Comments ( 1 )
  • justme

     | about 9 years ago

    One source puts the following as top sellers for May 2009:Ford F-Series: 33,381Chevy Silverado: 31,463Toyota Camry: 31,325Toyota Corolla: 23,576Honda Accord: 22,597Honda Civic: 20,723Ford Fusion: 19,786Chevy Impala: 18,709Nissan Altima: 18,408Ford Escape: 16,391

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