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Top Selling Vehicles 2019

Any list of the best-selling vehicles in America will feature pickup trucks in the top spots and, over recent years, compact crossovers have taken the places previously occupied by family sedans.  Keep reading to learn which are the 20 best-selling vehicles through September, 2019

Top 20:

1. Ford F-15011. Ford Escape
2. Ram Pickup12. Honda Accord
3. Chevrolet Silverado13. Jeep Grand Cherokee
4. Toyota RAV414. Toyota Tacoma
5.Honda CR-V15. Jeep Wrangler
6. Toyota Camry16. Toyota Highlander
7. Nissan Rogue17. Nissan Sentra
8. Chevrolet Equinox18. Nissan Altima
9. Honda Civic19. Jeep Cherokee
10. Toyota CorollaNationwide
10. Toyota Corolla20. Ford Fusion

Here is a closer look at the top five:

Ford F-150:

It appears that the Ford F-Series will retain its top title for the 43rd year, outselling the Ram Pickup, so far, by nearly 150,000 units.  It is rumored that F-150 will sport a surprising new look, likely to debut in 2021.

Pros: Spacious interior, excellent visibility, trim options
Cons:  Light handling, low fuel efficiency, awkward entry/exit

Ram Pickup:

The Ram Pickup, so far, has only slightly outsold the Chevy Silverado by a handful of units. The brand reportedly has new heavy-duty trucks on the way including an HD model and a Crew Cap.

Pros:   exterior trim, powertrain, huge bed
Cons: interior, obvious badging, price (High Country – $66,900)

Chevrolet Silverado:

The Silverado’s place on the list includes six months of sales for the HD model relative to the way that Dodge and Ford report deliveries.

Pros:   exterior trim, powertrain, huge bed
Cons: interior, obvious badging, price (High Country – $66,900)

Toyota RAV4:

Buyers responded to the RAV4’s new look and award-winning interior. Changes to this year’s model include improved dynamics and active safety equipment

Pros:   rugged exterior, thoughtful interior, fun to drive
Cons: lagging throttle, lackluster infotainment, pricey ($40,000)

Honda CR-V:

The Honda CR-V has remained essentially the same since 2017 but is still a big hit with consumers.

Pros:   turbocharged engine, comfortable ride, roomy interior
Cons: finicky interior touchscreen, unreliable navigation system (optional), base trim’s engine

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