Automakers reported U.S. new car and truck sales for December and all of 2012 Thursday. These were the top sellers in 2012, and the percentage sales rose or fell from 2011.
|Vehicle||Total 2012 sales||Percent change from 2011|
|Ford F-Series||645,316||10.3 percent|
|Chevrolet Silverado||418,312||0.8 percent|
|Toyota Camry||404,886||31.2 percent|
|Honda Accord||331,872||40.8 percent|
|Honda Civic||317,909||43.7 percent|
|Nissan Altima||302,934||12.6 percent|
|Ram pickup||293,363||19.9 percent|
|Toyota Corolla||290,947||21.1 percent|
|Honda CR-V||281,652||29.0 percent|
|Ford Escape||261,008||2.6 percent|
Source: Autodata Corp.
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