Which vehicles are selling poorly in the U.S. but are actually great cars?
TFLcar’s Roman Mica and Nathan Adlen crunched the numbers and counted down the TFL top 5 vehicles and one bonus vehicle to see which ones haven’t gained buyers' attention.
Number five on the list is the Mazda 6, which has only sold about 19,000
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Two compelling alternatives in the very competitive compact crossover segment
With the economy on stable ground and gas prices remaining low, Americans are buying more and more SUVs. 2015 sales were up almost 25 percent over 2014 and compact crossovers are leading the charge. The Honda CR-V, Toyota
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The Jeep Renegade still reigned as the subcompact crossover sales king in June, despite seeing a reduction in the number of sales over last month.
Sales in June came to 9,688, which was a 10.9 percent decrease from May. However, in the subcompact crossover market, the Renegade stayed at the head of
The Toyota RAV4 has been the sales leader in the compact crossover segment all year long, but in June, the leader fell down to fourth place as the Honda CR-V leapt into first.
The RAV4 didn't have a bad month by any means. Sales are up more than 10 percent over
Honda did something very right with the new Civic, and customers agree as it again took the compact car sales crown in June.
The Civic, which has had strong sales all year, was up nearly 11 percent over June 2015 and is up nearly 20 percent for the year. It narrowly
Toyota's ubiquitous Camry kept the midsize car sales lead - and the overall sales lead, too - despite a weak month as sales dropped 13 percent from last year.
The Camry had a comfortable 2,000-sale lead for June and has a very comfortable 27,000-sale lead for the year. Both leads are
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