Two American automobile companies saw double-digit increases in sales in their subcompact crossover models in September.
The Chevrolet Trax jumped to the number one position with the most sales for September with 8,526 vehicles sold, or a 21.9 percent increase over August’s sales of 6,997, September sales figures showed. When looking
The Toyota Corolla took advantage of a slow month for the Honda Civic to take the top spot in compact car sales for September.
The Corolla, the Toyota Camry and the Honda CR-V were the only vehicles to crack the 30,000 sales mark for the month, and the Corolla narrowly lost
For the second straight month, the Honda CR-V was the best selling vehicle in the land that's not a full-size pickup truck, and it also lead compact crossover sales.
In a month where overall car sales have cooled, the CR-V had a 6.5 percent gain over September 2015 and was one
In a month where most cars in the segment saw sales drops, the Toyota Camry kept the midsize sedan sales lead over its main rivals, the Honda Accord and Nissan Altima.
Camry sales were down 11 percent over September 2015, but it still was the only car in the group, and
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The Subaru Crosstrek took the August subcompact crossover sales lead as five manufacturers saw double digit decreases in sales over July.
American manufacturers Jeep, Chevy and Buick and Japanese manufacturers Nissan and Mitsubishi had the steepest decline in sales.
The Mitsubishi Outlander Sport and the Nissan Juke had 27.4 percent and 27.1 percent