The 10 Hottest Selling Cars In America

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Photo: Courtesy of Ford

Automakers had a great month in March, despite pressures from rising gas prices and possible delays in production because of the earthquake in Japan.Hyundai (sales up 32%), Ford (up 28.2%) and Nissan (up 26.9%), led gainers in March, according to Cars.com.

The top-selling vehicle was a Ford F-Series with 53,272 sales in March. The Ford Fusion and Ford Escape also made the top 10 list.

#10 Hyundai Sonata: 22,894 sold in March

Monthly change vs. 2010: +20.9%

YTD for 2011: 51,878

Source: Cars.com

#9 Ford Escape: 23,975 sold in March

Monthly change vs. 2010: +25%

YTD for 2011: 55,953

Source: Cars.com

#8 Ford Fusion: 27,566 sold in March

Monthly change vs. 2010: +21%

YTD for 2011: 65,023

Source: Cars.com

#7 Toyota Corolla: 30,234 sold in March

Monthly change vs. 2010: -1.7%

YTD for 2011: 76,675

Source: Cars.com

#6 Honda Civic: 31,213 sold in March

Monthly change vs. 2010: +33.8%

YTD for 2011: 64,968

Source: Cars.com

#5 Toyota Camry: 31,464 sold in March

Monthly change vs. 2010: -16.4%

YTD for 2011: 76,821

Source: Cars.com

#4 Nissan Altima: 32,289 sold in March

Monthly change vs. 2010: +31%

YTD for 2011: 69,551

Source: Cars.com

#3 Chevy Silverado: 32,555 sold in March

Monthly change vs. 2010: +8.9%

YTD for 2011: 92,455

Source: Cars.com

#2 Honda Accord: 33,616 sold in March

Monthly change vs. 2010: +11.2%

YTD for 2011: 71,544

Source: Cars.com

#1 Ford F-Series: 53,272 sold in March

Monthly change vs. 2010: +25.3%

YTD for 2011: 126,627

Source: Cars.com

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