Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Camry will become America's best-selling car in 2013

Camry will become America's best-selling car in 2013

Toyota Camry, Ford F-150, Honda Accord is expected to be the hottest models in 2013.

Ford F-Series is the best-selling truck in America for three decades and topped the charts in sales in a quarter century. Is not unexpected, the Toyota Camry and Honda Accord as well as the leading names in the list of selling cars in the coming year.
In fact, an estimated 14.3 million cars, vans and trucks are expected to be sold by the end of 2012, the F-Series models, the Camry and Accord accounts for bulk .This shows that fuel economy is the reason why tend to choose the Camry, F-150, Accord in the United States changed dramatically in the past decade.
Toyota Camry is expected to top the sales charts in the coming year.
Toyota Camry is expected to top the sales charts in the coming year.
Since the middle of last decade, in the United States, the small car segment increased from 13% of total sales of more than 20%, and this trend is likely to continue to increase in the following years. Even if the manufacturer Detroit signs of recovery, the emergence of new competitors from Korea such as Hyundai and Kia will be a significant obstacle to dominate the small car segment, particularly especially with midsize sedans.
Based on the rankings in recent years and sales in the first 11 months of 2011, the trend in the automotive industry - Wall Street released a list of 16 cars expected to reach sales of over 200,000 units in years.
According to this list, perhaps the biggest surprise is the latest-generation Camry will be deposed throne F-Series - the best-selling vehicle in North America for decades. To achieve this, the Camry will be faced with a number of competitors is the "missing" as Nissan Altima, Ford Fusion, Honda Accord and Chevrolet Malibu.Most notable is the 16 models have the base price is $ 25,000, $ 5,000 cheaper than the prices in the U.S. market.
Meanwhile, 14 of the 16 models use four-cylinder engines. Two exceptions are the Ford F-Series and Chevrolet Silverado. Ford pickup has recorded great success with options including the 3.5 liter EcoBoost V6. Chevy is expected to provide new drivetrain package, higher speeds on the Silverado is expected to be launched next year.
Top 10 charts predicted the Japanese manufacturers dominate with six different models. Detroit has four models, including trucks, Ford Fusion sedan, the Ford Escape new version also in the top of the most popular vehicles. Meanwhile Hyundai on the list with two two cars - the Sonata and Elantra. Three compact crossover is also named in the list, but only two pickup models, F-Series and Silverado.
TTModelsSales in 2013 (expected)
1Toyota Camry483 977
2Ford F-150455 305
3Honda Accord387 779
4Nissan Altima358 187
5Honda Civic357 621
6Toyota Corolla333 933
7Hond CR-V327 955
8Ford Fusion290 424
9Chevrolet Silverado 1500282 627
10Ford Escape273 846
11Chevrolet Malibu251 403
12Chevrolet Cruze247 870
13Chevrolet Equinox247 468
14Ford Focus243 965
15Hyundai Sonata235 218
16Hyundai Elantra215 721


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