The US is by far the largest car market in the world, meaning it’s the one place carmakers around the globe are constantly vying for. From Mazda to Maserati, BMW to Bugatti, the US is the number one place to be for car manufacturers, so it’s interesting to see which models actually came out on top this year amidst all the competition. Compiled by Forbes, the list comprises the top 10 highest selling vehicles for America in 2006. Interestingly, the top 2 places were still taken by large pickups despite the decline in popularity of SUVs and the threat of rising oil prices.

1. Ford F-Series 796,039

2. Chevrolet Silverado 636,069

3. Toyota Camry 448,445

4. Dodge Ram 364,177

5. Honda Accord 354,441

6. Honda Civic 316,638

7. Chevrolet Impala 289,868

8. Toyota Corolla 272,327

9. Nissan Altima 232,457

10. Chevrolet Cobalt 211,449