Though Ford F-Series sales dipped 11 percent in June, its 60,560 units sold were still good enough to top the U.S. sales charts once again, with the Chevrolet Silverado (43,519 units) coming in a distant second.
The remainder of the top-ten best-seller list saw a few changes back and forth in June. After moving up to second place in May, the Toyota Camry (40,664 units) slips back into third place, while the Ram Pickup (33,149 units) moved from fifth back up to fourth place. The Honda Accord (32,329 units) comes in fifth just 820 units behind the Ram and only 28 units ahead of the Honda Civic (32,301 units). Swapping places with the Civic, the Toyota Corolla (30,945 units) came in seventh place in June.
Rounding out the top 10 are the Ford Fusion (27,604 units), Ford Focus (26,266 units), and Honda CR-V (26,129 units). In May, the Focus (now in ninth) wasn’t even in the top 12, while the Nissan Altima finished eighth. Last month, the Altima (26,111 units) slipped to 11th, pushing the Fusion to eighth, while the CR-V remains in 10th. In 12th place is the Chevrolet Cruze (26,008 units), just three units behind the Altima.