The most popular cars of 2011

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Honda Civic 2012
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Written on: 12-22-2011 11:20am    Title: The most popular cars of 2011
IRVINE, California — Kbb published the list of most popular cars in 2011, as well as the five brands that achieved the greatest interest from consumers.

This is the list of the most searched cars:

1.- Honda Civic
2.- Honda Accord
3.- Toyota Camry
4.- Honda CR-V
5.- Ford F-150
6.- Hyundai Sonata
7.- Hyundai Elantra
8.- Chevrolet Equinox
9.- Toyota Prius
10.- Volkswagen Jetta
11.- Nissan Altima
12.- Toyota Highlander
13.- Honda Odyssey
14.- Toyota Corolla
15.- Ford Fusion
16.- Ford Focus
17.- Ford Explorer
18.- Toyota RAV4
19.- Chevrolet Silverado 1500
20.- Ford Escape

The Honda Civic was the most popular and most searched car in 2011

This year, the success was undoubtedly for the Hyundai Elantra, which jumped 29 positions compared to last year, going to number seven in 2011. These results are because the car has achieved a good reputation in terms of efficiency, economy, redesign, and popularity of Hyundai.

The truth is that this South Korean brand has worked well in redesigning its vehicles. Two years ago, achieved much success with the Sonata, and it seems Hyundai applied the same formula with the Elantra, which has increased the brand loyalty and has changed the public perception.

In terms of brands, the five that succeeded in attracting more market were:

Lugar | Marca | Posesión de mercado
1. Toyota 14.2%
2. Ford 13.5%
3. Honda 12.8%
4. Chevrolet 11.5%
5. Hyundai 7.5%

The Hyundai Elantra was the most successful car of 2011, scaling 29 positions in the ranking.

These brands stayed with the greatest amount of the market, and again that Hyundai was the fastest growing, finishing in fifth place, replacing Nissan.

However, part of this growth is due to delays in the production and delivery of Japanese brands by the earthquake and tsunami that struck the island earlier this year.

Still, Toyota retained the top spot and grew 1%, while Ford moved into second place, Honda dropped and Chevrolet remained in the fourth step.

Something remarkable was the absence of luxury brands. In 2010 the BMW 3 reached the number 18, but due to rising fuel prices, many luxury car buyers had to move to cheaper brands and was also gas prices which increased the search for hybrid models as the Prius, which moved up eight spots to reach position number 9.

Meanwhile, the top three remained intact since 2004, while increasing their presence and redesigned models like the Volkswagen Jetta, Chevrolet Equinox, Ford F-150, Chevrolet Silverado and the Ford Explorer. On the contrary, strong candidates to keep their presence, fell sharply as the Nissan Altima, Ford Escape, Toyota RAV4, Toyota Highlander and Honda Odyssey and cars that completely disappeared in one year were the Honda Pilot, Ford Mustang, Toyota Sienna, BMW 3 Series and the Chevrolet Camaro.

In conclusion, 2011 was a successful year for the Hyundai Elantra, which remained in place as seven of the most popular cars according to KBB, advancing 29 positions compared to last year.
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Written on: 12-22-2011 11:14pm    Title: The most popular cars of 2011  
The interior is completely new the dashboard and includes in two different areas which we may obtain information and control the internal options. One of them is the area where we find the tachometer, speedometer and fuel level gauge. The other is the TFT color display called i-MID, located next to the driver's vision, which has a role to assist the economical driving as well as the audio system status and control of other user options as consumption, mileage and so on.

Honda has made ​​a special effort to improve the interior materials in the Honda Civic 2012, especially in the areas of contact with the car driver.
Is a combination of simplicity and modernity.

With 29 mpg city and 40 MPG on the highway, the Elantra offers better gas mileage than the Honda Civic, Toyota Corolla, and even the Ford Focus. The 6-speed transmission has been matched with a sophisticated 1.8L engine and 4 cylinders to also provide the best balance between power-weight ratio in its class. With more interior space than Toyota Corolla, Honda Civic, and even the Nissan Maxima, the Elantra has plenty of room for premium features such as front and rear heated seats, leather seats and even an audio system of 360 watts.

Which one do you like the most, people I personally would buy first the Honda Civic, although external and internally I prefer the Hyundai Elantra, but you know, with Hyundai you never know, these Elantras are still too new to know if they are good cars, and the Honda Civic, it doesn't need presentation, everybody knows they are very good cars build on Japanese quality.
"You car say too much about you, so be careful what car are you driving" - The Hottest Car Girl
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