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Best-Selling Cars in America — By Brand

AutoNXT Logo By Perry Stern of AutoNXT | Slide 1 of 39:      Up until 2020 and its multifaceted strain on people and finances, automobile sales in America had been robust and consistent, with more than 17 million new vehicles sold each year. While that number has dropped by more than 14 percent compared to a year earlier, the surprising fact is that almost one third of total vehicle sales can be accounted for by 10 top-selling models. But not every automaker has a high-volume model such as the Ford F-150 (almost 800,000 sold last year) or the Toyota RAV4 (more than 400,000 sold last year). So which vehicles are popular with consumers but sell in lesser numbers? The following vehicles represent the best-selling models from nearly every car company offering vehicles in America. Figures are compiled from auto manufacturer sales reports based on total volume in 2020. Note: Many exotic or exclusive car companies do not report individual model sales figures.

Best-Selling Cars in America

Up until 2020 and its multifaceted strain on people and finances, automobile sales in America had been robust and consistent, with more than 17 million new vehicles sold each year. While that number has dropped by more than 14 percent compared to a year earlier, the surprising fact is that almost one third of total vehicle sales can be accounted for by 10 top-selling models. But not every automaker has a high-volume model such as the Ford F-150 (almost 800,000 sold last year) or the Toyota RAV4 (more than 400,000 sold last year). So which vehicles are popular with consumers but sell in lesser numbers? The following vehicles represent the best-selling models from nearly every car company offering vehicles in America. Figures are compiled from auto manufacturer sales reports based on total volume in 2020. Note: Many exotic or exclusive car companies do not report individual model sales figures.

© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience

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