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Top 10 most popular cars in the USA

CachHayNhat - The popularity of a car depends on many different factors, such as the quality and reliability of that car. A car needs to be fun to drive, the interior of the car needs to be a comfortable place to stay. Fuel economy and mileage are also important when deciding which car to go. Whatever the reason may be, the popularity of a car is often determined by the number of cars sold.


The following ranking lists the Top 10 best-selling, best-reviewed and most popular cars in America, the country with the most cars on the world's roads.

Top 10 most popular cars in America

The 10 most popular cars in the USA in 2021


The 10 most popular cars in the US in 2021


1. Ford F-Series

Ford F-150
Ford F-150

Ford F-Series

Number of cars sold in 2020 (only sold in the US): 787,422

C/D Rated (F-150): 9/10


Vehicle type: Pickup truck


Produced by: Ford Motor Company

Manufactured since: 1948

Current generation: 14


Current generation manufactured/assembled in: USA


As the most popular pickup truck in history in the United States, Ford's F-Series has dominated the competition for a while, and that's pretty disparate, too. The F-Series has been in production since 1948 and is now in its 14th generation, coming in a variety of sizes and designs with a wide range of capabilities ranging from the entry-level F-150 pickup to the F-650/750 Super Duty Class 6-8 trucks.


The F-150 is the most popular of the bunch due to its cheaper price, smaller design, and enough capability to be needed by most people. Introduced in 1999, these trucks have evolved quite a bit over the years and have also undergone a few generational upgrades. Its diesel engine produces tremendous power and torque, delivering plenty of payload and traction. Overall, it's one of the more complete trucks in its class with several trim levels and specs to suit those with varying budgets and requirements.


 

2. Ram Pickup

Ram 1500
Ram 1500

Ram Pickup

Number of cars sold in 2020 (only sold in the US): 563,676

C/D Rated (1500) : 10/10


Vehicle type: Pickup truck


Produced by: Stellantis NV

Manufactured since: 1980 (originally called Dodge Ram)

Current generation: 5


Current generation manufactured/assembled in: USA & Mexico


Pickup trucks are still very popular in the United States, and Ram trucks, originally known as Dodge Rams, have had a tremendous impact on this segment of the car market since they were first produced in 1980. Ram 3500 is basically a heavy duty truck capable of their pickup line sitting on top of a Ram 2500 heavy duty pickup. The 2021 Ram 1500 is also a very popular choice in the pickup segment. lightweight and among the best rated vehicles on the market. Its good selection of powerful engines, good ride quality, spacious and quiet interior are just a few reasons why it is so popular in the US.


 

3. Chevrolet Silverado

Chevrolet Silverado 1500
Chevrolet Silverado 1500

Chevrolet Silverado

Number of cars sold in 2020 (only sold in the US): 586,675

C/D Rating (1500) : 8/10


Vehicle type: Pickup truck


Produced by: General Motors Company

Produce since: 1998

Current generation: 4th generation


Manufactured/Assembled in: USA, Mexico & Australia


The Chevrolet Silverado is a large heavy-duty pickup truck developed and manufactured by General Motors. The Silverado line was introduced in 1998 and the truck has grown quite a bit since then.

The popular pickup is available in three different variants, namely the light 1500 and two variants 2500HD and 3500HD Crew Cab heavy. The three variants differ in their total tonnage and towing capacity, and the 3500HD Crew Cab is clearly the most capable of them all. Although Silverado's 1500 variant has done a generational upgrade to the fourth generation for the 2019 model year, both the 2500HD and 3500HD are a year behind in the transition.


 

4. Toyota RAV4

Toyota RAV4
Toyota RAV4

Toyota RAV4

Number of cars sold in 2020 (only sold in the US): 430,387

C/D Rated (2021 RAV4) : 8.5 / 10


Vehicle Type: Crossover SUV


Produced by: Toyota Motor Corporation

Produce since: 1994

Current generation: 5th generation


Manufactured / assembled in : Japan, Canada, China, USA & Russia


The Toyota RAV4 is the Japanese automaker's most popular model among its wide selection of crossovers and SUVs. It is one of the most popular and best-selling cars in its segment as a whole, not just in the United States. Between the small CH-R and the Venza mid-size crossover SUV, the RAV4 compact crossover SUV is also one of the most versatile in its class, and comes from one of the most trusted automakers in the world. market. It's hard to understand why the Toyota RAV4 is the best-selling car in its segment.

RAV4 first came out in 1994 and has gone through quite a few changes and updates over the years. It was in the 2019 model year update when the RAV4 moved into its 5th production generation, and the 2021 Toyota RAV4 is part of that. It offers good practicality and interior space in its class, and its quiet interior and comfortable ride quality also give it a big edge over the competition.


 

5. Honda CR-V

Honda CR-V
Honda CR-V

Honda CR-VA

Number of cars sold in 2020 (only sold in the US): 333,502

C/D Rating (CR-V 2021): 9/10


Vehicle Type: Crossover SUV


Produced by: Honda Motor Company

Produce since: 1995

Current generation: 5th generation


Manufactured/Assembled in: Japan, USA, Canada, Mexico, China, Taiwan, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia & India


With the growing popularity and demand for crossovers and SUVs among U.S. drivers, the Honda CR-V became the second most popular model in its segment. Originally launched in 1995/1996, it is currently in its 5th generation of production since the 2017 model year. It offers a good build quality, both inside and out. What's more, it also offers riders a good ride quality, with above-average levels of comfort on any type of road. Furthermore, it is one of the more dynamic and handling wiser sports cars in its segment. CR-V is an acronym for "Comfortable Ride Through Vehicle" and the car has tried to justify its name.

 

6. Honda Civic

Honda Civic
Honda Civic

Honda Civic

Number of cars sold in 2020 (only sold in the US): 261,225

C/D Rating (Civic 2021): 9.5 / 10


Vehicle type: Compact car


Produced by: Honda Motor Company

Manufactured since: 1972

Current generation: 11


Current generation is manufactured/assembled in : Japan, USA, Canada, UK, Turkey, Brazil, Pakistan, India, China, Thailand & Malaysia


Honda Civic is a very popular car line of Japanese automaker Honda. The hatchback variant of the Civic Type-R is arguably the most popular, not just in the United States. First introduced in 1972, it is now in its 11th generation of production. Like most Japanese family cars, its main highlights include excellent fuel economy. , along with performance from the turbocharger. This is one of the sportier and more dynamic cars in its class and has an excellent high-quality interior for the price. In the US, the Honda Civic is the best-selling model in California, Idaho, New Hampshire, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Utah and Washington state.


 

7. Honda Accord

Honda Accord
Honda Accord

Honda Accord

Number of cars sold in 2020 (US only) : 199,458

C/D Rating (Accord 2021): 10/10


Vehicle type: Mid-size car


Produced by: Honda Motor Company

Produce since: 1976

Current generation: 10th generation


Manufactured/Assembled in: USA, China, Thailand & Malaysia


Honda Accord is the next very popular model in the mid-size sedan segment of the Japanese automaker. Motorists appreciate the powerful and reliable engine, the fit and refinement of the interior, and the advanced driver aids that come standard on the vehicle. The 2021 Honda Accord maintains all these traits and tries to improve it with an updated front-end styling, revised trim lineup, among other updates. No wonder the Honda Accord is consistently rated as the best car on the market.

In the United States, it was the best-selling vehicle in Colorado, Connecticut, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Carolina, and Virginia. Despite facing stiff competition from the 2021 Toyota Camry and other similar mid-size sedans on the market, the Honda Accord still holds the top spot in the segment's sales/ranking category.


 

8. Toyota Camry

Toyota Camry
Toyota Camry

Toyota Camry

Number of cars sold in 2020 (US only): 294,348

C/D Rating (Camry 2021): 8.5 / 10


Vehicle type: Mid-size car


Produced by: Toyota Motor Corporation

Produce since: 1982

Current generation: 8th generation


Manufactured/Assembled in: Japan, China, India, Russia, Thailand, USA & Vietnam


After many conversions over the years, the now popular Toyota Camry has returned to the early 1990s brand as a high-quality mid-size family car. The 8th generation Camry 2021 is characterized by a relatively powerful engine, stylish design and an upgraded level of interior comfort. The mid-size sedan also offers plenty of extras with extended driver assistance, and multiple variants with plenty of optional features to choose from. Although it has somewhat lost its popularity over the years, the 2021 Toyota Camry can return the car to its former glory.


 

9. Toyota Corolla

Toyota Corolla
Toyota Corolla

Toyota Corolla

Number of cars sold in 2020 (US only): 237,178

C/D Rating (Corolla 2021): 8.5 / 10


Vehicle type: Compact car


Produced by: Toyota Motor Corporation

Produced since : 1966

Current generation: 12


Current generation manufactured/assembled in : Japan, Brazil, China, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, UK & USA


As the best-selling car in automotive history, the Toyota Corolla needs no introduction. Introduced to the world in 1966, the Corolla has undergone a number of changes and upgrades over the years, along with several generational upgrades. Starting from the 12th production generation, the Toyota Corolla has been completely redesigned for the 2021 model year. A good interior and a long list of standard advanced safety features, especially for its price point, are the main reasons for the historical and continuing popularity of the Toyota Corolla.


 

10. Nissan Rogue

Nissan Rogue
Nissan Rogue

Nissan Rogue

Number of cars sold in 2020 (only sold in the US): 253,016

C/D Rating (2021 Rogue): 8/10


Vehicle Type: Crossover SUV


Produced by: Nissan Motor Company

Produce since: 2007

Current generation: 3rd generation


Manufactured / assembled in : USA & Japan


The popularity of the Nissan Rogue has fluctuated quite a bit since production began in 2007. There was even a time when the Rogue was the best-selling pickup truck in the United States. Although this is no longer the case, the Nissan Rogue is still popular in the US. The 2021 model year, the third generation of the car, offers a new styling design and drastically upgraded technology. Handling has also been improved, making the Nissan Rogue once again competitive in the highly competitive crossover SUV segment.


 

The 10 most popular cars in the US in 2021

(as of March 2021)


10 MOST POPULAR CARS IN US:

1. FORD F-SERIES

Quantity sold in 2020: 787,422

C/D Rating: 9/10

2. RAM PICKUP

Quantity sold in 2020: 563,676

C/D Rating: 10/10

3. CHEVROLET SILVERADO

Quantity sold in 2020: 586,675

C/D Rating: 8/10

4. TOYOTA RAV4

Quantity sold in 2020: 430,387

C/D Rating: 8.5 / 10

5. HONDA CR-DRAW

Quantity sold in 2020: 333,502

C/D Rating: 9/10

6. HONDA CIVIC

Quantity sold in 2020: 261,225

C/D Rating: 9.5 / 10

7. HONDA ACCORD

Quantity sold in 2020: 199,458

C/D Rating: 10/10

8. TOYOTA CAMRY

Quantity sold in 2020: 294,348

C/D Rating: 8.5 / 10

9. TOYOTA COROLLA

Quantity sold in 2020: 237,178

C/D Rating: 8.5 / 10

10. NISSAN ROGUE

Quantity sold in 2020: 253,016

C/D Rating: 8/10


Ranking of the 10 most popular cars in the US based on 2020 sales (US only) and CarAndDriver magazine car ratings. One point equals 100,000 sales.


 

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