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SalesJeep Grand Cherokee Remains One of the Top Selling Vehicles
Posted by mike on 2000/4/5 0:00:00 (658) reads



Despite the current gas prices, Americans are still buying record numbers of cars. Year-to-date sales of the top 20 vehicles through March are up over 10% compared to 1999. Here's the current top 20:

Rank       Vehicle               2000     1999 '99 Rank  % Chg    1 Ford F-Series pickup        221,770  128,224      1  +73.0    2 Chevrolet Silverado         167,748  142,038      2  +18.1    3 Ford Explorer               115,031  102,349      5  +12.4    4 Toyota Camry                110,648  103,466      4   +6.9    5 Dodge Ram pickup             95,834   95,692      6   +0.1    6 Ford Ranger pickup           95,504  105,902      3   -9.8    7 Dodge Caravan                95,435   81,987      8  +16.4    8 Ford Taurus                  92,947   81,932      9  +13.4    9 Honda Accord                 89,377   94,939      7   -5.9   10 Honda Civic                  76,657   69,150     12  +10.9   11 Ford Focus                   71,092        0           N/A   12 Jeep Grand Cherokee          64,442   68,270     13   -5.6   13 Ford Windstar                64,168   56,970     15  +12.6   14 Chevrolet Blazer             63,185   48,177     20  +31.2   15 Chevrolet Cavalier           58,880   76,171     10  -22.7   16 Toyota Corolla               58,720   57,876     14   +1.5   17 Chevrolet S-Series pickup    56,208   47,581     NA  +18.1   18 Chevrolet Malibu             55,312   49,269     19  +12.3   19 Pontiac Grand Am             54,912   55,712     16   -1.4   20 Ford Expedition              50,217   54,473     17   -7.8  --------------------------------------------------------------        

Speaking of gas prices, the United States EPA recently did a study looking at how much more drivers of SUVs are paying in gas in late March compared with January. Chevy Suburban owners are paying $22.50 more per month, Dodge Durango owners are paying $25.92 more per month, and Jeep Grand Cherokee owners are paying $21.08 more per month.

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