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10. Chevy Impala (1958 ? ) Sales: 14
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10. Chevy Impala (1958 ? )

Sales: 14 million
Parent: General Motors (NYSE: GM)
Price: $25,760 (most recent)
Type: mid-priced V6 coupe

GM, the world?s largest car company, only has one vehicle on the list of the best-selling cars in history. That is probably because GM is a holding company with a number of brands. The Impala is also unique on the list because it is a fairly large 2-door coupe. It was even built with a huge 8-cylinder engine for a period, which made it the equivalent of many sports cars. In the early 1960s, Chevy added a 4-door model to increase the appeal of the vehicle to people who wanted a roomier backseat. The versatility of the Impala was broadened when most early models came in both hardtop and convertible. The car has been through 10 generations of major upgrades. The most recent will be offered as a 2014 model. The 2-door version of the Impala, which was the only model of its first generation, is gone. (Credit: AP Photo)

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Best-selling cars of all-time

24/7 Wall St. looked at best-selling car data from a number of sources. The sources included major media outlets that cover the auto industry, research firms, and car companies that keep lists of their own best-selling cars.


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