McLEAN, Va. – While domestic models made up the majority of the Top 10 most-researched used vehicles at NADAguides.com last month, many of the brands boasting the greatest increases in consumer search activity were imports.

According to the latest issue of Guidelines from NADA Used Car Guide, the Top 10 most-researched used models in February included:

1. Ford F-150

2. Chevrolet Silverado 1500

3. Dodge Ram 1500

4. Honda Accord

5. Toyota Camry

6. BMW 3-Series

7. Nissan Altima

8. Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD

9. Ford Mustang

10. Chevrolet Impala

Meanwhile, 10 brands posted year-over-year consumer activity gains of at least 28 percent in February, according the latest issue of Guidelines from NADA Used Car Guide. However, only one badge in that group is associated with a domestic OEM. The rundown went as follows:

— Kia: up 73 percent

— Hyundai: up 59 percent

— Porsche: up 54 percent

— Audi: up 47 percent

— Subaru: up 45 percent

— Jaguar: up 37 percent

— Mazda: up 36 percent

— Mercedes-Benz: up 34 percent

— Nissan: up 34 percent

— GMC: up 28 percent

— Suzuki: up 26 percent

— Infiniti: up 26 percent

— Mitsubishi: up 25 percent

— BMW: up 25 percent

— Scion: up 23 percent

— Acura: up 23 percent

— Volvo: up 21 percent

— Chrysler: up 20 percent

— Jeep: up 19 percent

— Mini: up 19 percent

— Cadillac: up 19 percent

— Ford: up 19 percent

— Buick: up 18 percent

— Chevrolet: up 18 percent

— Honda: up 18 percent

— Lincoln: up 17 percent

— Toyota: up 16 percent

— Saab: up 15 percent

— Volkswagen: up 15 percent

— Dodge: up 15 percent

— Lexus: up 12 percent

— Mercury: up 7 percent

— Hummer: up 6 percent

— Saturn: up 6 percent

— Pontiac: up 2 percent

— Land Rover: down 4 percent