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It seems the Escape is selling relatively well (10th in sales) in this terrible auto-sales market we're in right now. I just saw this on Cars.com.

I find it pretty amazing, considering in my area all I see are new Honda CRV's.

* Ford F-Series: 33,381
* Chevy Silverado: 31,463
* Toyota Camry: 31,325
* Toyota Corolla: 23,576
* Honda Accord: 22,597
* Honda Civic: 20,723
* Ford Fusion: 19,786
* Chevy Impala: 18,709
* Nissan Altima: 18,408
* Ford Escape: 16,391
 

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I helped and did my part to get mine on 5/5!
 

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The Impala and the trucks would all be greatly boosted by fleet sales. The Impala also has law enforcement and security fleet use.
 

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I've been seeing a ton of new Escapes and Edges in my area lately. I guess the promotions are wroking :thumb:
 

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Some of the Chevy dealers around this area are selling the Impala for less than the Malibu, all incentives considered the price, the car, and consumer perceptions. To me it's a small wonder that the Impala isn't selling better. It's priced way less than any of the ricer brands... ;) Then again, entry level Escapes are selling for less the $18K around here. Small wonder they are in the top ten also.
 

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Impala's are popular down South for some reason, I don't know why...... that may help along with the fleet sales.
 

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I :heart:'d my 2006 Impala, but the transmission was starting to slip in it at only 46,700 miles and my wife wanted a new car so that's why I got rid of it. But a lot of sales are to fleet and law enforcement. I am surprised that the Malibu is not on the list as well, I had a 2008 Malibu as a rental when the Impala was in the shop and it was a fantastic vehicle. I almost didn't want to give it back it was such a great car...much better than it's predecessor.
 
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