Today we look at the top-20 best-selling vehicles in America, whether it is a car, truck, or SUV. As usual, pickups dominate the top three spots, and even with the shortage of chips, Ford has a comfortable lead over Chevy and Ram, and it’s clear by now that Ford will once again have the #1 selling vehicle in America.
Unless something drastic happens, Toyota will have the #1 SUV at the end of the year with the RAV4, and also the best-selling sedan with the Camry.
Take a look at the top 20 best-sellers across all brands and all models year-to-date and how they did compared to the same period last year:
|Year-To-Date 2022||VS YTD 2022|
|1. Ford F-Series||467,307||13%|
|2. Chevrolet Silverado||379,024
|3. Ram Trucks||363,089||16%|
|4. Toyota RAV4||270,141||14%|
|5. Toyota Camry||214,403||16%|
|6. Honda CR-V||178,687||38%|
|7. Jeep Grand Cherokee||172,544||3%|
|8. Toyota Corolla||171,556||11%|
|9. GMC Sierra||169,106||11%|
|10. Toyota Highlander||164,451||21%|
|11. Chevrolet Equinox||163,325||8%|
|12. Ford Explorer||158,388||3%|
|13. Jeep Wrangler||147,157||11%|
|14. Nissan Rogue||130,136||45%|
15. Hyundai Tucson
|16. Mazda CX-5||115,949||13%|
|17. Subaru CrossTrek||115,344||14%|
18. Honda Accord
|19. Ford Escape||109,311||2%|
20. Nissan Altima
As of the end of Q3, Ford says sales of the F-150 Lightning totaled 8,760 since the EV's June launch. F-150 Lightning remains one of Ford’s fastest-turning vehicles on dealer lots, turning in just 8 days.
Photo Credit: F-150 Lightning XLT. (Ford)
Photo Credit: Ford.