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What Are the Top Selling Vehicles for 2005?

March 24, 2005

The Toyota Camry and Ford’s F-Series continue to be the top-selling car and truck in the United States, according to Ward's Auto. Many of the cars and trucks listed had healthy sales gains from January to February. The F-Series rose 21 percent, while the Dodge Ram jumped 20 percent. Ford’s Explorer and Dodge's Caravan jumped 44 percent and 39 percent, respectively. On the car side, Mustang sales increased by 37 percent, while Camry and Malibu sales experienced 13 percent and 4 percent gains, respectively.
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