Last year’s top-10 best-selling light-vehicle brands in the U.S. have seen some reshuffling in their rankings, based on 2007 unit sales through the first 11 months. With only December deliveries left to report, it’s safe to predict November’s ranking will stand for the year, at least among the top three brands, based on Ward's data. Year-to-date deliveries at the close of November found Chevrolet maintaining a 4.4% lead over Toyota, which was 6.3% ahead of Ford. Nearly 90,000 units ...
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