Pedal Website – Amir Dehghan: With the end of 2019, as always, all major automakers have reported their sales, so now you can see which cars have been more popular this year. The list of the best-selling cars in the US market in 2019 seems quite familiar, because, as always, pickups have occupied three high positions, and compact crossovers have also defeated sedans.
Of course, this list is not limited to pickups and crossovers, and Toyota and Honda sedans are still among the top 20 best-selling cars in the US market. With this introduction, we are going to introduce the top 20 best-selling cars in the US market in 2019.
20. Nissan Santra
Sale: 184,618 devices
Although the Nissan Sentra was the twentieth best-selling car in the US market in 2019, this is not very good news for the Japanese manufacturer, as sales of this compact sedan in 2019 decreased by 13.3% compared to the previous year. Of course, Nissan has recently introduced a brand new generation of Centra that will go on sale early this year, and we’ll have to wait and see if it can improve its sales.
19. Jeep Cherokee
Sale: 191,397 devices
Although the popularity of crossovers is constantly increasing these days, sales of Jeep Cherokee in 2019 have dropped significantly by 20% compared to 2019. However, the same sales were enough to make Cherokee one of the top 20 best-selling cars in the US market in 2019.
18. Nissan Altima
Sale: 209,183 devices
Nissan Altima has previously competed in sales with Toyota Camry and Honda Accord, but for several years now its position has fallen several steps, and although Nissan has made great efforts in this regard, it has not been able to compete with powerful competitors, because the sale of Altima in 2019 grew by only 0.2 percent and sold only 37 units more than in 2018.
17. Jeep Wrangler
Sale: 228,032 devices
The all-new generation of Jeep Wrangler was launched in 2018 with the code JL, and sales of the previous generation (JK) continued for a short time, which could be the reason for the 5% decrease in Wrangler sales in 2019, because sales this year The previous one ended; But despite this drop in sales, Wrangler is still a very popular brand.
16. The Siamese Geography
Sale: 232,325 devices
Unlike her cousin, Chevrolet Silverado, Jimmy Siwira experienced sales growth in 2019. Sales of this pickup were 5.5 percent higher than in 2018. More recently, heavy-duty versions of the Sivira have undergone a generational transition to the battlefield of 2020.
15. Toyota Highlander
Sale: 239,438 devices
Toyota’s three-row crossover sales in 2019 saw a slight decrease of 2.1 percent. At the 2019 New York Motor Show, however, the Japanese manufacturer introduced the new generation of Highlander so that it can continue to maintain its position in the highly competitive market of American full-size crossovers.
14. Ford Skype
Sale: 241,388 devices
Ford’s new strategy of fully focusing on the chassis seems to have failed to materialize, as not only has Explorer dropped out of the top 20 best-selling cars in the United States in 2019 with a significant 40 percent drop in sales. Has been; So in the list of the top 20 best-selling cars of 2019, Ford has only two representatives, namely Skype and F-Series. Of course, sales of the new generation of Skype began in late 2019, and we need to see if the new generation can reverse this decline in sales.
13. Jeep Grand Cherokee
Sale: 242,969 devices
The Grand Cherokee is slowly becoming one of the symbols of the Jeep. Despite its advanced age, the SUV is still one of the best-selling cars on the US market, and even sales in 2019 saw an 8% increase; So the Grand Cherokee was Jip’s best-selling product in 2019.
12. Toyota Tacoma
Sale: 248,801 devices
Toyota’s mid-size pickups are still leading the way, with sales up one percent in 2019. It is the best-selling foreign pickup in the US market, but Ford Ranger and Jeep Gladiator are looking to acquire Tacoma buyers.
11. Honda Accord
Sale: 267,567 devices
Despite many generational changes and merits, the Honda Accord had a disappointing performance in terms of sales in 2018, and its situation was not much better in 2019, as its sales have declined by 8% this year. The Accord is among the top 10 best-selling cars in the US market.
10. Toyota Corolla
Sale: 304,850 devices
Toyota Corolla, which is available in two versions, sedan and hatchback, in the US market, experienced a slight increase in sales of 0.4% in 2019 and, as last year, became the tenth best-selling car in the US market. The car has also recently undergone a generational change and is trying to destroy the boring image of the Corolla with a more daring design and improved dynamics.
9. Honda Civic
Sale: 325,650 devices
In previous years, the mid-size sedan Honda Accord sold more than the Civic, but recently the compact Honda sedan surpassed its bigger brother. Perhaps the reason for this is the presentation of Civic in several different versions and high-performance models. However, sales of this car in 2019 remained almost constant compared to the previous year and sold only 110 units less.
8. Toyota Camry
Sale: 336,978 devices
Toyota Camry is still the best-selling sedan in the United States market and still sells well. Despite the increasing popularity of crossovers and the marginalization of sedans, lumbar sales fell only 1.9 percent in 2019, dropping from seventh to eighth in the best-selling list.
7. Chevrolet Equinox
Sale: 346,048 devices
Equinex, General Motors’ best-selling crossover, has had a good year with a 4% increase in sales in 2019. Of course, Chevrolet is still not at the same level in terms of sales of compact crossovers as competitors such as the Honda CR.V and Toyota Rafur, but it is closer to them than ever before.
6. Nissan Rogue
Sale: 350,447 devices
It may seem strange to see the Nissan Rogue in this high ranking, but keep in mind that this is the total sales of the compact Rogue crossover and the smaller crossover and the Rogue Sport subcompact (the same Qashqai), as Nissan does not announce the sale of the two models separately. ; But even with sales of the two models in mind, Rogue’s family sales are still down 15 percent from 2018.
5. Honda CR.V.
Sale: 384,168 devices
CR.V is by far the best-selling Honda product. However, although sales of this car increased slightly by 1.4% compared to 2018, but still failed to compete in the sales of crossovers and lost to Toyota Rafor.
4. Toyota Raufor
Sale: 448,071 devices
Toyota Rafor is the best-selling crossover in the United States market and its sales are on the rise, up from 4.9 percent in 2018. The Raufor is also the best-selling non-pickup car on the US market. With more than 448,000 units sold, it is very different from its closest competitor, the Honda CR.V.
3. Chevrolet Silverado
Sale: 575,600 devices
The Chevrolet Silverado was the second best-selling car in the US market for many years, but in 2019 the situation with the full-size Chevrolet pickup was not good, as it saw a 1.7 percent drop in sales. This caused Silverado to lose for the first time to Dodge Roma and fall one place to third place.
2. Dodge Rome
Sale: 633,694 devices
The new generation Dodge Rome has won numerous awards, and buyers seem to be interested in the new pickup as well, as sales in 2019 saw a significant 18% increase. In this way, Rome has surpassed Silverado, the silver sales model of 2019, and although it is not the best-selling car in the US market yet, it has had the largest increase in sales.
1. Ford F series
Sale: 896,526 devices
For another year, the Ford F-Series has been the undisputed king of the United States market, which is not surprising. But not all news is good for Ford, as sales of the F-Series fell 1.4 percent from 2018. The decline in F-Series sales seems to be due to the dramatic increase in Dodge Rome’s sales, which has led Ford buyers to their sales agents.