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The 2004 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 continues to top the list of the best selling automobiles in the United States for the 17th year in a row. For 2008, the Corvette continues to be the best selling sports car in the United States with 19,209 units sold, while its sibling, the Chevy Camaro, ranked third with 14,650 cars sold in the first quarter of the year. With the 2010 models, Chevrolet sold 52,414 cars for the quarter, bringing the total to 150,296 units sold for the year. The Corvette is currently the most profitable brand for General Motors.
The ranking and sales breakdown for the top selling vehicles of all time continue to change, with the newly released 2010 Toyota Highlander surpassing the Toyota Supra as the best-selling midsize SUV in the United States with 5,971 units sold. Toyota also held the top spot for best-selling midsize car for nine out of the last 10 years, with the Toyota Camry debuting as the best-selling car of 2005. In 2008, the Toyota Corolla made its way to the top spot, moving ahead of Toyota Camry and Nissan Altima in the ranking of best-selling cars in the country. Toyota’s top selling car, the Lexus ES 350, has also become the best selling luxury sedan in the country. The BMW 3 Series, Honda Accord, Chevrolet Corvette, Nissan Maxima and Nissan Altima rounded out the top five for best-selling vehicles for the first quarter of the year.
The Toyota Supra also ranked in the top five, ranking fourth with 3,178 units sold for the first quarter of the year. Toyota was also named the best-selling luxury brand in the United States for the seventh year in a row, with 12,129 cars sold in the first quarter of 2009. The new Acura RDX rounded out the top five for best-selling vehicles with 2,465 units sold in the first quarter.
The 2010 Lexus GX 460, the fourth-generation luxury SUV, ranked in the top ten of the best-selling vehicles in the country with 972 units sold. Lexus currently holds the top two spots for best-selling luxury cars and the top three spots for best-selling luxury SUVs. Lexus was named the best-selling luxury brand for the 14th time, while Audi followed with nine.
2010 Toyota Highlander
The Highlander also had its best-selling quarter, selling 13,923 units in the first quarter of 2009. Toyota was named the best-selling luxury brand for the eighth year in a row and the third best-selling luxury SUV for the 13th consecutive year.
The Mercedes-Benz C-Class took over the top spot as the best-selling luxury car for the first time since 2003, with 8,548 units sold.
“We’re proud to see the industry build more and more American-made cars to keep the American economy rolling in a positive direction,” said Doug Scott, head of Lexus brand.
2010 Mercedes-Benz C300 S 4MATIC
8,548 units sold The Mercedes-Benz S550 was the best-selling luxury SUV for the first quarter of the year, selling 2,964 units. The Mercedes-Benz C300, the seventh-generation of the popular C-Class, was the best-selling luxury sedan for the first quarter with 2,763 units sold. The Mercedes-Benz C200 was the second best-selling sedan in the first quarter, with 1,523 units sold