Toyota, Honda continue to dominate sales during first half of 2011

Toyota Camry - Honda Accord

While American automakers may have stolen the spotlight on the Top 10 Best-Selling Cars list for June 2011, Toyota and Honda continue to top the chart in car sales after six months.

As usual, through the first half of 2011, the Ford F-Serie and the Chevrolet Silverado pickups hold the no. 1 and no. 2 spot. But Japanese automakers continue to clench on positions three though six.

From January to the end of June, Toyota’s Camry is still the best-selling passenger car with a total of 147,469 units sold. The Camry is followed by the Accord at 137,146, which is followed by Toyota’s Corolla/Matrix at 136,474.

The only other American cars on the list include the Ford Fusion at no. 7 with 131,686, Chevrolet Cruze at no. 9 with 122,972 and the Chevrolet Malibu at no. 10 with 122,783.

Overall, U.S. light-vehicle sales came in at 6.3 million units in the first half of 2011. That’s a jump of 12.8 percent from the same period a year ago.

Check out the list after the break.


  1. Ford F series: 264,079
  2. Chevrolet Silverado: 182,785
  3. Toyota Camry: 147,469
  4. Honda Accord: 137,146
  5. Toyota Corolla/Matrix: 136,474
  6. Nissan Altima: 131,842
  7. Ford Fusion: 131,686
  8. Honda Civic: 127,571
  9. Chevrolet Cruze: 122,972
  10. Chevrolet Malibu: 122,783

– By: Omar Rana

Source: AutoWeek