USA's top 20 best-selling vehicles of 2009 revealed |

As with any beginning of the year, it isn’t time to look forward and prepare for our next year, but to look back and see just what happened in the last one. At least, that is what the team at the Examiner did in terms of what vehicles sold in the USA last year.

As such, here we have the top 20 best-selling cars, charted over the last 12 months. It may not be your own personal list, but here’s on what the USA spent its car money during 2009.

20. Chevrolet Cobalt: 104,724 19. Toyota Tacoma: 111,824 18. GMC Sierra: 111,842 17. Hyundai Sonata: 120,028 16. Toyota Prius: 139,682 15. Toyota RAV4: 149,088 14. Ford Focus: 160,433 13. Chevrolet Malibu: 161,568 12. Chevrolet Impala: 165,565

11.Ford Escape: 173,044

Interested in the remaining 10? Well you’ve got to hit the jump then (yeah, you hate us).

The remaning top 10 is quite an interesting lot, but until number 6, things were still quite close. After which, the gaps started to get bigger and bigger.

10. Dodge Ram: 177,268 9. Ford Fusion: 180,671 8. Honda CR-V: 191,214 7. Nissan Altima: 203,568 6. Honda Civic: 259,722 5. Honda Accord: 290,056 4. Toyota Corolla: 296,874 3. Chevrolet Silverado: 316,544

2. Toyota Camry: 356,824

And the number one spot goes to … *drumroll* The Ford F-Series, with 413,625 units sold in 2009, proving once again that pick up trucks are making good money in the US, despite the recession.

Do you agree with the chart? Share your own thoughts below.

Source: The Examiner

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