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Best Selling Cars For 2022

US News & World Report - Cars Logo By Jim Gorzelany of US News & World Report - Cars | Slide 1 of 18:     Yes, Automakers Still Sell Cars      The new-vehicle market continues to shift away from passenger cars and toward trucks and SUVs, so the sheer number of traditional passenger cars on the market has been gradually shrinking over the years. Ford, for example, has jettisoned all of them in the U.S. except for the Mustang sports car. Chrysler and Dodge are down to their full-size muscle cars, and even the overseas brands have been whittling down some longstanding models because of dwindling sales.    But we can’t write off cars just yet, as not all new-vehicle buyers have succumbed to the SUV’s siren song. Some, like the Toyota Camry and Honda Accord, remain among the industry’s top-selling models. They’re generally more affordable than similarly sized SUVs, offer a full array of the latest safety and convenience features and get better fuel economy because of better aerodynamics and lighter curb weights.    Here's a look at the 15 top-selling cars over the first quarter of 2022 and why shoppers should still consider them over their bigger and boxier showroom siblings.

Yes, Automakers Still Sell Cars The new-vehicle market continues to shift away from passenger cars and toward trucks and SUVs, so the sheer number of traditional passenger cars on the market has been gradually shrinking over the years. Ford, for example, has jettisoned all of them in the U.S. except for the Mustang sports car. Chrysler and Dodge are down to their full-size muscle cars, and even the overseas brands have been whittling down some longstanding models because of dwindling sales. But we can’t write off cars just yet, as not all new-vehicle buyers have succumbed to the SUV’s siren song. Some, like the Toyota Camry and Honda Accord, remain among the industry’s top-selling models. They’re generally more affordable than similarly sized SUVs, offer a full array of the latest safety and convenience features and get better fuel economy because of better aerodynamics and lighter curb weights. Here's a look at the 15 top-selling cars over the first quarter of 2022 and why shoppers should still consider them over their bigger and boxier showroom siblings.

Yes, Automakers Still Sell Cars

The new-vehicle market continues to shift away from passenger cars and toward trucks and SUVs, so the sheer number of traditional passenger cars on the market has been gradually shrinking over the years. Ford, for example, has jettisoned all of them in the U.S. except for the Mustang sports car. Chrysler and Dodge are down to their full-size muscle cars, and even the overseas brands have been whittling down some longstanding models because of dwindling sales.

But we can’t write off cars just yet, as not all new-vehicle buyers have succumbed to the SUV’s siren song. Some, like the Toyota Camry and Honda Accord, remain among the industry’s top-selling models. They’re generally more affordable than similarly sized SUVs, offer a full array of the latest safety and convenience features and get better fuel economy because of better aerodynamics and lighter curb weights.

Here's a look at the 15 top-selling cars over the first quarter of 2022 and why shoppers should still consider them over their bigger and boxier showroom siblings.

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