The vehicles sales data for 2010 is out in America, and we see the usual suspects from both the truck segment and the family favourites. There aren’t any surprises in the top 10 of 2010 list, although some have swapped places.

The best selling vehicle last year is of course the Ford F-Series truck, which has held that position for decades. Its GM rival and 2011 Motor Trend Truck of the Year, the Chevrolet Silverado is in second place, followed by the ever popular Toyota Camry and Honda Accord. Toyota leads Honda again in fifth and sixth as the Corolla edged Civic to be the top selling compact sedan.

It’s interesting to note that despite the recall trouble facing the world’s No.1 automaker, Toyota has managed to successfully defend its place from rivals, although sales of the Camry and Corolla did slip from 2009 figures.

The list is completed by the Nissan Altima in seventh, Ford Fusion in eight, Honda CR-V in ninth and the Dodge Ram in tenth. As with 2009, the CR-V is the only SUV in the list, which has no European or Korean marques.

Also notable is the absence of American products in the top rung of compact and mid sized segments. GM and Chrysler Group’s challengers to the Camry and Corolla didn’t make it, leaving Ford’s Fusion to be the only American badged passenger car in the list.

View the top 10 after the jump.

10. Dodge Ram (199,652 +13%)

9. Honda CR-V (203,714 +7.2%)

8. Ford Fusion (219,219 +21.3%)

7. Nissan Altima (229,263 +12.6%)

6. Honda Civic (260,218 +0.8%)

5. Toyota Corolla (266,082 -9.8%)

4. Honda Accord (311,381 including 28,851 Crosstours +8.1%)

3. Toyota Camry (327,804 -7.5%)

2. Chevrolet Silverado (370,135 +16.9%)

1. Ford F-Series (528,349 +27.7%)