The Top 20 Highest Selling Cars In America

The Top 20 Highest Selling Cars In America

Throughout the years millions of cars, trucks, and SUVs have been sold across the United States. While many cars come and go these popular vehicles have withstood the test of time. This list shows the top 20 highest selling vehicles ever sold in America and why. Have you ever owned one of these beautiful machines?  

1. Ford F-Series

The Ford F-Series, particularly the F-150, has been the number 1 selling vehicle in America since the late 1970s. It’s a sleek heavy-duty pickup truck known for its reliability and power.

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2. Chevrolet Silverado

The Chevrolet Silverado has been right behind the Ford 150 in second place for years. It’s comparable in every way to its tough competition, boasting top towing capabilities and power.

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3. Toyota Camry

The Toyota Camry has been at the peak of the midsize sedan market for a long time. Well known for its durability and fuel efficiency at an affordable price. It’s one of United Sates best-selling cars.

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4. Ram Pickup

The Ram Pickup is a consistently top selling truck in US. It’s a truck that is both durable and versatile, with a focus on towing capacity and luxury interiors.

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5. Honda Civic

Honda Civic's simple compact design, fuel efficiency, and cheap price keep it at the top of American car sales. It's one of the top choices for people who want a safe, reliable, but affordable sedan.

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6. Toyota Corolla

The Toyota Corolla is very close behind the Honda Civic in American car sales. It has a compact design and is very affordable, making it one of the best-selling vehicles in its segment.

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7. Honda Accord

Honda Accord is another top choice in the midsize sedan category. The car has consistently been a standout, thanks to its basic but sleek design and long lasting fuel tank.

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8. Ford Explorer

The Ford Explorer is America's favorite SUV. It offers both power and capacity, making it a perfect choice for family driving. It is also a popular choice of vehicle for many police departments.

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9. Chevrolet Impala

The Chevrolet Impala, although it is now discontinued, for decades was the leader in the full-size sedan competition. It was known for its spacious interiors and powerful performance.

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10. Ford Taurus

The Ford Taurus was a high selling car in the United States for years. Best known for its spacious interiors and its smooth driving, it was a slightly more expensive option worth the money.

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11. Chevrolet Malibu

The Chevrolet Malibu has stayed a strong contestant in the mid-sized sedan segment for years. It is a reliable car built with quality materials. Another easy affordable choice for many American families.

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12. Toyota RAV4

Toyota's RAV4 made compact SUVs popular in America. It has a spacious interior, is quite fuel efficient, and has a cool design that has grabbed attention for years.

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13. Ford Escape

The Ford Escape has been a top selling SUV for decades. Known for its compact but spacious enough design and versatile performance, it is most popular among urban homeowners needing SUV capabilities.

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14. Honda CR-V

The Honda CR-V, is a compact SUV focused on its reliability and safety features. It has excellent fuel efficiency and smooth driving while also having an affordable price.

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15. Nissan Rogue

The Nissan Rogue has grown in popularity throughout the years. Appreciated for its affordability and beautiful interior, it consistently ranks among top-selling compact SUVs in the US.

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16. Ford Focus

The Ford Focus is no longer made, but will remain among America's most popular compact cars. It was a cheap little car that was fuel efficient and came in many different colors, an easy choice for many.

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17. Toyota Highlander

The Toyota Highlander’s strong, reliable, and spacious build has helped it retain its spot at the top of the midsize SUV category. Its impressive safety features combined with off road capabilities have kept it a popular choice among adventurous families.

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18. Chevrolet Equinox

The Chevrolet Equinox is another SUV known for its ample space, smooth driving, and fuel efficiency. Its versatility and sleek design have made it a favorite pick among American buyers.

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19. Toyota Tacoma

The Toyota Tacoma continues to dominate the smaller pickup truck market. It has been celebrated for its off-road proficiency and reliable build, while being smaller and yet equally capable next to its larger competition.

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20. Ford Mustang

The Ford Mustang is one of America’s most famous muscle cars that has been around for decades. Its passionate fan base enjoy its quality performance, sexy look and roaring engine.

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