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America’s best-selling luxury vehicles in 2018 so far

Motoring Research Logo By John Moroney of Motoring Research | Slide 1 of 16: Using data compiled by our friends at goodcarbadcar.net, we have identified the fifteen best-selling luxury vehicles in the U.S. The biggest story in the luxury market right now is Tesla. After being plagued by production delays and broken delivery promises, the Model 3 now occupies the number two position on the bestseller list. It’s also the only American car. The other big eye-opener is that of the top fifteen best-selling luxury cars, only five are actually cars; the rest of the list is comprised of SUVs and crossovers. (That’s why so many automakers, such as Ford, are cutting back on their car lines and pushing to launch new SUVs.) Let’s take a closer look at the most popular luxury vehicles in America and see what makes them favorites. This is the way America does luxuryThe world’s fastest SUV will be a 200mph Lister Explore luxury vehicles on MSN Autos | Follow MSN Autos on Facebook & Twitter

America’s favorite luxury rides

Using data compiled by our friends at goodcarbadcar.net, we have identified the fifteen best-selling luxury vehicles in the U.S.

The biggest story in the luxury market right now is Tesla. After being plagued by production delays and broken delivery promises, the Model 3 now occupies the number two position on the bestseller list. It’s also the only American car.

The other big eye-opener is that of the top fifteen best-selling luxury cars, only five are actually cars; the rest of the list is comprised of SUVs and crossovers. (That’s why so many automakers, such as Ford, are cutting back on their car lines and pushing to launch new SUVs.)

Let’s take a closer look at the most popular luxury vehicles in America and see what makes them favorites.

This is the way America does luxury

The world’s fastest SUV will be a 200mph Lister

Explore luxury vehicles on MSN Autos | Follow MSN Autos on Facebook & Twitter

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