• Civic and Corolla Quickly Turning Compact Car Sales into Two-Horse Race [Sales Report]

    2016 Honda Civic Sedan Touring

    The much-improved Honda Civic returned to form in March, taking the compact car sales lead back from the Toyota Corolla and increasing its yearly lead. Civic sales were up nearly 22 percent from March 2015 and is the biggest yearly gainer in the segment with a near-31 percent increase. It was

    Jeep’s Renegade Pulls Away From Pack in March Subcompact Crossover Sales [Sales Report]

    2016 Jeep Renegade

    Jeep's Renegade is quickly becoming the dominant force in the subcompact crossover segment, leading all others in sales for the month and topping the second-place Subaru Crosstrek by nearly 2,000 sales. The Renegade's monthly and yearly increases are exaggerated because it only just came out in March of last year, but

    CR-V Falls, RAV4 Dominates Compact Crossover Sales for March [Sales Report]

    2015 toyota rav4 awd in the loose sand off-road of Moab, Utah

    The Honda CR-V, 2015's best-selling crossover, took another uncharacteristic drop in sales for March, letting both the Nissan Rogue and the Ford Escape vault ahead. Neither one could ouster the Toyota RAV4, which took the lead again for the month and is also the yearly sales leader in the category. The CR-V's

    Toyota Camry, Nissan Altima Lead Midsize Sedan Sales in March [Sales Report]

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    The Toyota Camry continued to lead midsize sedan sales in March, but a strong month for the Nissan Altima closed the ranks on the perennial leader. Despite a sales drop from March of 2015, the Camry sold nearly 37,000 units for the month. Sales for the year are also down 4.2

    Corolla Beats Civic, Versa Beats Soul in February Compact and Subcompact Car Sales Report

    Toyota Corolla Kia Soul

    Toyota's Corolla fended off the hard-charging Honda Civic to take the compact car sales crown for February, with a month that made it the second-best-selling car behind its midsize stablemate, the Camry. More than 29,000 Corollas sold in February, which also outsold any compact crossover, for a five percent increase over

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