Automakers released their U.S. sales for January on Tuesday. Fiat Chrysler reported its best January in nine years after sales jumped 7 percent compared to January of 2015. General Motors sales, meanwhile, climbed by 0.5 percent last month while Ford sales declined by 2.6 percent.
Among overseas automakers, Toyota sales declined by 4.7 percent, Honda sales fell by 1.7 percent and the Nissan Group's overall sales climbed by 1.6 percent.
Here are the top selling vehicles in the U.S., the number sold and the percent change from January 2015.