Automakers are catching up with demand as supply-chain issues ease. While Stellantis lags behind last year, Ford, GM, Toyota, and Honda show growth compared to 2022. Check out the top 25 bestselling car models, including surprising sales boosts for sedans. We’ll keep updating this list quarterly with the latest sales reports.
#1 Ford F-Series (573,370 units sold)
The 2024 Ford F-150 is a modern powerhouse with turbocharged engines, including a hybrid option. It features a 12.0-inch infotainment display on every model, and a subscription unlocks a hands-free driving feature. The truck offers diverse trim options, high towing capacities, and multiple engine choices, such as the 325-hp twin-turbo 2.7L V-6 and a 400-hp hybrid setup. The Tremor model excels off-road with features like 33-inch tires. Towing capacities range up to 13,500 pounds, and payload capacity reaches 2455 pounds.
Fuel efficiency varies, with the hybrid version estimated at 25 mpg city and 26 highway. The interior matches luxury competitors, with tech features like a 12.0-inch infotainment display and driver-assistance options. The F-150 comes with a standard three-year/36,000-mile bumper-to-bumper warranty and a five-year/60,000-mile powertrain warranty, with no complimentary scheduled maintenance.
#2 Chevy Silverado (403,403 units sold)
The Chevy Silverado 1500 is built for hard work, carrying a legacy of rugged reliability. The 2024 model offers a variety of powertrains, including a turbo four-cylinder, two V-8s, and a Duramax diesel. Despite a somewhat rough ride, it impresses with a massive touchscreen and exceptional towing capacity, surpassing rivals like the Ram 1500 and GMC Sierra 1500. Updates for 2024 include new paint options, an active exhaust for the 6.2-liter V-8, and expanded availability of appearance packages. The LT model, with its upgraded interior, is recommended.
The Silverado’s engines cater to different needs, with the 6.2-liter V-8 delivering impressive speed. The off-road-focused models, like the ZR2, offer additional adventure options. With a max towing capacity of 13,300 pounds, it’s a capable hauler, although fuel efficiency varies across powertrains. The interior, while not as luxurious as some competitors, provides practicality and user-friendly tech. Standard driver-assistance features and available towing assists enhance safety. The warranty is competitive, with one complimentary scheduled maintenance visit.
#3 Ram Pickup (332,440 units sold)
The Ram 1500 excels in blending capability and comfort, and the 2025 model brings several upgrades to maintain its dominance. With a choice of V-6 or a powerful twin-turbo inline-six engine, reaching up to 540 horsepower, the Ram caters to diverse needs. The Rebel model adds off-road capability, while luxury-focused trims like Limited and new Tungsten provide a class-above experience. Although its towing capacity is slightly lower than competitors like the Ford F-150, the Ram’s maximum capacity remains impressive.
The 2025 Ram 1500 receives a facelift, featuring a new twin-turbo inline-six, exterior styling tweaks, and upgraded interior options, including a 14.5-inch touchscreen. A range-topping Tungsten model offers luxurious features, and new plug-in hybrid models, Ramcharger, and Ram 1500 REV EV, are introduced. While pricing details are pending, the Laramie or Rebel trims are recommended for their value. The Ram 1500’s powertrains include V-6 and twin-turbo inline-six options, providing smooth performance.
The truck’s towing capacity is competitive, reaching up to 11,580 pounds, and it offers a comfortable ride with optional air suspension. Interior features include ample storage, luxurious materials on higher trims, and advanced infotainment options. The Ram 1500 boasts a responsive 12.0-inch or optional 14.5-inch touchscreen, supporting Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The truck comes with a range of driver-assistance features, enhancing safety. Ram provides competitive warranty coverage but lacks complimentary scheduled maintenance.
#4 Toyota RAV4 (302,831 units sold)
The Toyota RAV4 marks its 30th year, maintaining its status as the top-selling non-pickup in the U.S. The compact crossover emphasizes practicality, fuel efficiency, and rugged aesthetics. It excels in familiar suburban tasks and accommodates diverse budgets with its wide price range. The 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine and eight-speed automatic provide restrained acceleration for optimal fuel economy. The 2025 model introduces Army Green color and two-tone options for Adventure and TRD Off-Road trims. The XLE Premium, offering a balance of features, is recommended.
The RAV4’s powertrain includes a 203-hp engine with an eight-speed automatic transmission, delivering a swift 60-mph time of 8.0 seconds. It achieves competitive fuel economy estimates, up to 35 mpg on the highway for front-wheel-drive models. The interior prioritizes comfort and storage, with higher trims featuring appealing materials. The RAV4 provides ample cargo space, and rear seats fold for added flexibility.
Infotainment options include an 8.0-inch or 10.5-inch touchscreen, wireless connectivity, and optional premium audio. Standard driver-assistance features enhance safety, with optional upgrades available. Toyota offers standard warranties and complimentary scheduled maintenance for two years or 25,000 miles.
#5 Tesla Model Y (284,500 units sold, estimated)
The 2023 Tesla Model Y, a bestseller but less satisfying than the Model 3, lacks its agility and offers less range. Despite outselling rivals, including the Ford Mustang Mach-E and Volkswagen ID.4, the Model Y relies on a dashboard-mounted infotainment display and shares materials with the Model 3. Priced competitively, it stands out with an optional third row, catering to families.
The lineup introduces a cost-effective Standard Range rear-wheel-drive model, with more compelling Long Range and Performance models featuring dual motors. However, it doesn’t match the driving satisfaction of the Model 3 due to a higher center of gravity and rougher ride.
Driving range varies, with Standard Range offering 260 miles, Long Range at 330 miles, and Performance at 303 miles. Real-world tests show some variance, with the Long Range model recording 94 MPGe and 220 miles, and the Performance model achieving 98 MPGe and 230 miles.
The interior mirrors the Model 3, centered around a touchscreen. It offers an optional third row for $3000, likely suitable for children. The infotainment system includes entertainment features, and safety features comprise standard automated emergency braking, lane-departure warning, and adaptive cruise control. Tesla’s warranty coverage matches other models, with a four-year or 50,000-mile bumper-to-bumper warranty and an eight-year or 100,000-mile powertrain warranty.
#6 Honda CR-V (262,351 units sold)
The 2023 Honda CR-V, a hit since its debut, stands out in the compact crossover segment with reliable performance, including a 190-hp turbo engine and an optional 204-hp hybrid boasting an impressive 40 mpg combined. For 2024, a new Sport-L trim joins the lineup, exclusively hybrid, offering leather seats, wireless charging, and a 9.0-inch touchscreen. The CR-V’s powertrain options include a 190-hp turbo 1.5L engine and a 204-hp hybrid unit.
Inside, the CR-V features a honeycomb-textured dash, a partially digital gauge cluster, and improved front seats, with ample rear legroom and enhanced cargo space. Infotainment includes a 7.0-inch touchscreen on base models and a 9.0-inch display with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto on higher trims. Standard driver-assistance features, comprehensive safety, and warranty coverage make the CR-V a top choice in its class.
#7 Toyota Camry (217,975 units sold)
The 2025 Toyota Camry, now in its ninth generation, undergoes a major redesign, embracing a hybrid-only lineup with two options: one for front-wheel drive (225 hp) and another for all-wheel drive (232 hp). The refreshed interior features modern infotainment tech and design cues from the larger Crown sedan. While pricing hasn’t been disclosed, the mid-range XLE trim is anticipated to be popular, boasting a 12.3-inch infotainment display and various desirable features.
Expect the Camry’s fuel economy to align with the previous hybrid models, reaching up to 51 mpg city and 53 mpg highway. The spacious interior accommodates adults comfortably, offering cloth upholstery on lower trims and leather on higher ones. All models feature a suite of standard driver-assistance features, and Toyota maintains a competitive warranty with two years of complimentary scheduled maintenance.
#8 GMC Sierra (216,227 units sold)
The GMC Sierra 1500 shares its platform with the Chevy Silverado, offering similar mechanical capabilities and various body configurations. The 2024 model introduces the turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six Duramax diesel as the standard powertrain for the off-road AT4X pickup, along with new wheel options and colors. The Sierra Elevation trim strikes a balance between price and aesthetics, providing appealing features.
The lineup includes multiple engines, transmissions, and drivetrain options, with the 6.2-liter V-8 delivering robust performance. The Sierra 1500 can tow up to 13,200 pounds and supports a payload of up to 2240 pounds. The diesel engine offers fuel efficiency, reaching up to 23 mpg city and 30 mpg highway. Inside, the Sierra boasts a driver-centric design, quality materials, and advanced features, including a 12.3-inch digital instrument panel.
The infotainment system features a 13.4-inch touchscreen with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The Sierra offers a range of driver-assistance technologies, including a Terrain Mode for one-pedal driving in low-speed situations. The Super Cruise hands-free-driving tech is available for the Denali trim. The Sierra comes with a competitive warranty plan and includes one complimentary scheduled maintenance visit.
#9 Nissan Rogue (211,091 units sold)
The 2024 Nissan Rogue stands out for its supreme comfort, featuring a smooth ride and exceptionally comfortable seats. The interior boasts attractive materials, modern tech, and top trims come with a large 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Google-based software. Powered by a 201-hp turbocharged three-cylinder engine, the Rogue aims for a balance between acceleration and fuel economy, though the driving experience is less exciting.
The 2024 model receives a makeover, introducing a glitzier grille, new wheels, and a 12.3-inch touchscreen. The SV model offers a compelling mix of features, and the SV Premium package is recommended for added amenities. The turbocharged three-cylinder engine provides reasonable acceleration, and the Rogue offers a compliant ride suitable for commuting and road trips. Fuel efficiency is decent, with up to 30 mpg city and 37 mpg highway.
The interior design is modern, borrowing cues from other Nissan models, and offers thoughtful storage options. The touchscreen infotainment system includes Google-based software, and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are standard. The 2024 Rogue comes with a variety of standard driver-assistance features, and Nissan’s ProPilot Assist is available. Warranty coverage is standard, lacking complimentary scheduled maintenance.
#10 Jeep Grand Cherokee (182,871 units sold)
Jeep, renowned for off-road prowess, expands its appeal with the 2024 Grand Cherokee, a two-row mid-size SUV designed for on-road comfort. The lineup offers a V-6 engine and a plug-in-hybrid 4xe option, catering to diverse preferences. Trims range from the base Laredo to the luxurious Summit Reserve, rivaling BMW and Mercedes-Benz. The 2024 model retains its design with minor updates, and the Limited trim strikes a balance with desirable features. Powertrains include a 293-hp V-6 and a plug-in-hybrid 4xe with 375 hp.
The Grand Cherokee emphasizes off-road capability, with the Trailhawk model featuring advanced equipment. It showcases an impressive, smooth ride and modern tech. Fuel efficiency varies, with the 4xe offering better mileage and EV capability. Inside, the cabin is modernized, with upscale trims offering luxurious features. The touchscreen infotainment system, ranging from 8.4 to 10.1 inches, supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The Grand Cherokee prioritizes safety, featuring standard driver-assistance tech. Warranty coverage is standard, and the model faces competition from Kia Telluride and Hyundai Palisade.
#11 Toyota Tacoma (179,681 units sold)
The Toyota Tacoma, outselling its full-size counterparts, offers diverse options with a standard 159-hp inline-four and optional V-6. New appearance packages are added for 2023. The TRD Off-Road crew cab with electronic locking rear differential and optional four-wheel drive is a standout. Stick to the V-6 for better performance, and opt for the six-speed manual for a more engaging drive. Off-road capabilities vary across trims. Towing capacity is 6800 pounds.
Real-world fuel efficiency, especially with the V-6, lags competitors. The interior is utilitarian with limited storage and cramped rear-seat space. Infotainment is improved with a touchscreen supporting Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Standard driver-assistance features surpass rivals for enhanced safety. Warranty coverage aligns with competitors, and Toyota offers a strong complimentary maintenance plan.
#12 Tesla Model 3 (173,500 units sold, estimated)
The 2024 Tesla Model 3, refreshed and priced from $42,000 to $55,000, maintains its appeal with a sleek design, improved cabin, and estimated range. Despite facing competition, it offers single or dual motor options, all-wheel drive, and notable features like heated seats, navigation, and Autopilot. Accelerating swiftly with impressive ranges up to 333 miles, it uses a prominent touchscreen for controls. The interior is minimalistic, lacking traditional buttons. Rear seats get an 8.0-inch display.
Charging options include Tesla’s Superchargers. Real-world tests show 84 MPGe at 75 mph, contrasting with EPA ratings of 113-138 MPGe. The interior is unique, emphasizing a low center of gravity. Front seats are supportive, while the rear seats are uncomfortable. Autopilot features advanced capabilities, and safety includes standard automated emergency braking. The warranty covers four years or 50,000 miles, with an eight-year or 100,000-mile powertrain warranty, but no complimentary maintenance.
#13 Toyota Corolla (165,693 units sold)
The 2024 Toyota Corolla, priced from $22,995 to $28,145, focuses on safety and predictability rather than performance. It offers a sedan or hatchback, the latter including an efficient hybrid option. The Nightshade Edition brings a dark aesthetic to the lineup. The sedan is recommended for a sportier ride, featuring LED headlights and an 8.0-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Powered by a 169-hp 2.0-liter four-cylinder with a CVT, the Corolla emphasizes fuel efficiency but lacks acceleration.
A hybrid model achieves impressive mileage. The interior is simple with supportive front seats, but rear seats lack comfort. Cargo space varies between body styles. The infotainment system includes Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and a Wi-Fi hotspot. Standard safety features and a competitive warranty, including complimentary maintenance, enhance the Corolla’s appeal.
#14 Chevy Equinox (154,142 units sold)
The 2024 Chevy Equinox, a best-selling Chevrolet behind the Silverado, relies on affordability and widespread availability rather than standout features. Priced from just over $33K, it faces competition from pricier rivals like the Honda CR-V and Mazda CX-50. The aging Equinox offers a modest 175-hp turbo-four with an unremarkable automatic transmission. Despite sluggish acceleration, it provides a comfortable ride. The 2024 model sees minimal changes, while a separate electric version is expected. The RS trim is recommended for its value, featuring blind-spot monitoring, dual-zone climate control, and heated front seats.
The underpowered turbo-four struggles, and the six-speed automatic prioritizes fuel economy over performance. The Equinox’s cabin is spacious and well-styled, with a user-friendly infotainment system and standard safety features. The EPA estimates 26 mpg city and 31 mpg highway for the front-wheel-drive model. The Equinox lacks notable cargo space and offers standard Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and a Wi-Fi hotspot. Safety features include forward-collision warning, lane-departure warning, and lane-keeping assist. The warranty is basic but competitive.
#15 Hyundai Tucson (153,180 units sold)
The 2024 Hyundai Tucson stands out in the compact SUV category with a stylish design, upscale yet practical cabin, and a comfortable ride. It offers a nonhybrid 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine with front- or all-wheel drive. The SEL Convenience trim strikes a balance between features and price, including heated front seats, blind-spot monitoring, and adaptive cruise control.
The Tucson’s driving experience is quiet and refined, emphasizing luxury. It achieves an estimated 25 mpg city and 32 mpg highway. The interior is modern, spacious, and equipped with user-friendly technology. Standard safety features include automated emergency braking and lane-departure warning. The Tucson’s warranty coverage is among the best in its class.
#16 Honda Accord (152,202 units sold)
The 2024 Honda Accord leads the mid-size family sedan segment, offering a turbocharged 1.5L four-cylinder or a fuel-efficient hybrid setup with refined road manners. Priced from $29,000 to $39,000, the EX-L Hybrid is recommended for its powerful hybrid engine and extensive features. The nonhybrid models achieve 192 horsepower, while the hybrid boasts 204 horsepower, reaching 60 mph in 6.5 seconds. The Accord impresses with handling, precise steering, and a compliant ride.
The hybrid achieves an outstanding 51 mpg city and 48 mpg highway. The sleek cabin features a 7.0- or 12.3-inch touchscreen, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and Honda Sensing safety tech. Warranty coverage includes 3 years or 36,000 miles for the limited warranty and 5 years or 60,000 miles for the powertrain warranty, with complimentary scheduled maintenance for 2 years or 24,000 miles.
#17 Honda Civic (146,881 units sold)
The 2024 Honda Civic, priced from $25,045, is a fuel-efficient and stylish small car with options like a 158-hp 2.0-liter or a 180-hp turbocharged 1.5-liter engine. It boasts a standard touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, along with robust driver-assistance features. Although 2024 brings no major changes, the hybrid model is now set for a 2025 release.
The mid-range EX shines with an EPA-rated 33 mpg city, 42 mpg highway, and 36 mpg combined. Standard safety includes automated emergency braking and adaptive cruise control. Warranty coverage spans three years or 36,000 miles for the limited warranty and five years or 60,000 miles for the powertrain, plus two years or 24,000 miles of complimentary scheduled maintenance.
#18 Toyota Highlander (138,178 units sold)
The 2024 Toyota Highlander, focusing on its core mid-size mission, introduces the larger Grand Highlander for added space. The lineup maintains smooth driving, solid tech, and optional hybrid power. Minimal changes for 2024 include the discontinuation of the base L trim and new Nightshade trims for the hybrid model. The XLE trim, our pick, gains a standard hands-free power liftgate. With a choice between gas and hybrid power, the Highlander provides a stable and predictable ride. The gas version achieves 25 mpg combined, while the hybrid excels at 36 mpg combined.
Interior space varies, with the hybrid offering more second-row legroom. Upscale models feature improved materials, and tech includes a 12.3-inch infotainment screen. Safety features are comprehensive, with standard automated emergency braking and blind-spot monitoring. Toyota’s warranty covers three years or 36,000 miles for limited and five years or 60,000 miles for powertrain, plus two years or 25,000 miles of complimentary maintenance for all models. The Highlander competes competently but falls short of rivals in certain aspects.
#19 Ford Explorer (138,132 units sold)
The 2024 Ford Explorer, while geared towards suburban families, boasts rugged aesthetics with engine options including a turbo-four and twin-turbo V-6, available in rear- or all-wheel drive. The Timberline model caters to off-road enthusiasts. However, it faces tough competition from more refined rivals like the Hyundai Palisade and Kia Telluride. The 2024 version retains its design, minus the discontinued hybrid powertrain. The mid-level Limited trim is recommended for its balance of efficiency and towing capacity.
Engine options range from a 300-hp turbo-four to a 400-hp twin-turbo V-6. Fuel efficiency varies with the turbo four achieving 21 mpg city and 28 highway. Interior comfort is decent but the third row is less spacious than some competitors. The infotainment system features an 8.0-inch touchscreen, while higher trims offer a 10.1-inch screen. Safety features include forward-collision warning and blind-spot monitoring. Ford’s warranty is standard, lacking complimentary maintenance.
#20 Jeep Wrangler (126,551 units sold)
The 2024 Jeep Wrangler, known for its off-road prowess, gets a minor update with a refreshed grille and 10 new wheel designs. Priced from $33,690 to $89,390, it offers diverse powertrains, including a plug-in hybrid and a V-8 exclusive to the Rubicon 392. The base Sport trim at $33,690 is recommended for off-road enthusiasts, featuring a 270-hp 2.0-liter turbo-four. The Wrangler offers five powertrains, including a plug-in hybrid 4xe and a 6.4-liter V-8. EPA fuel economy estimates surpass rivals.
The interior blends vintage and modern Jeep character, and the infotainment includes a 12.3-inch touchscreen with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Safety features are basic, and the warranty includes three years or 36,000 miles for limited coverage and five years or 60,000 miles for the powertrain, with three years of complimentary scheduled maintenance.
#21 Subaru Outback (122,881 units sold)
The 2024 Subaru Outback, born from the iconic family wagon three decades ago, maintains its SUV-like popularity. With standard all-wheel drive, it offers SUV styling, car-like ride, and ample cargo space. The lineup includes a standard 182-hp engine and an optional 260-hp turbocharged engine. The Wilderness trim gets a minor update. The Premium model, priced competitively at $33,690, offers the best features, including an 11.6-inch touchscreen.
The Outback’s engines are paired with a CVT, delivering decent but unremarkable performance. The standard engine achieves 26 mpg city and 33 highway, while the turbo version gets 23 mpg city and 30 highway. The Outback boasts a functional, comfortable interior with quality materials. The 11.6-inch touchscreen is user-friendly, and the cabin features Subaru’s EyeSight driver-assistance technology. The warranty coverage is competitive but lacks complimentary scheduled maintenance.
#22 Mazda CX-5 (115,855 units sold)
The Mazda CX-5, known for its accolades, awaits a refresh after seven years. Its standard 187-hp engine with all-wheel drive is solid, but the optional 256-hp turbocharged version enhances the driving experience. The new Carbon Turbo trim adds style. The Turbo Premium trim stands out with sporty accents. The CX-5 offers responsive handling and a smooth ride.
The interior is luxurious, though cargo space is slightly limited. The infotainment includes a 10.3-inch display with standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Safety features are robust, including automated emergency braking and adaptive cruise control. Warranty coverage is competitive, but Mazda doesn’t provide complimentary scheduled maintenance.
#23 Subaru Crosstrek (114,632 units sold)
The 2024 Subaru Crosstrek, now in its third generation, maintains its affordable, rugged, and fuel-efficient character. With a design evolution and spacious interior, it offers a 152-hp base engine and an optional 182-hp version. The Wilderness trim, a new addition, enhances off-road capability. While the Crosstrek lacks a manual transmission option, the driving experience has improved. It features standard all-wheel drive, and the Wilderness trim offers 9.3 inches of ground clearance.
The expected plug-in hybrid variant and Sport trim with the more powerful engine are notable choices. Fuel efficiency is impressive, ranging from 28 mpg city to 34 mpg highway. The interior, while utilitarian, has comfortable seats, and the infotainment includes Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Standard safety features, including EyeSight, contribute to its appeal. Warranty coverage aligns with competitors, with additional coverage for hybrid components.
#24 Chrysler Pacifica (112,198 units sold)
The Chrysler Pacifica, dubbed with playful nicknames by kids, stands out for its innovative Stow ‘n Go seating and versatile design. Offering front- or all-wheel drive, it surpasses competitors like the Kia Carnival, Honda Odyssey, and Toyota Sienna in powertrain options. The standard 287-hp V-6 or the 260-hp plug-in hybrid make it a powerful choice. While 2024 brings minor updates, the Pacifica’s reliability and features shine, especially in the midrange Touring L trim.
It boasts a commendable 7.3-second 0-60 mph time, and the hybrid model achieves an impressive 540 miles of range. The Pacifica excels in towing, with a maximum capacity of 3600 pounds. Fuel efficiency is noteworthy, reaching 31 mpg on the highway. The interior is spacious, laden with features, and offers Stow ‘n Go seats, though some plastic elements are evident.
Uconnect 5 infotainment, with a 10.1-inch touchscreen, supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Safety features are comprehensive, including automated emergency braking and adaptive cruise control. Warranty coverage aligns with industry standards, with the hybrid components enjoying a 10-year/100,000-mile warranty.
#25 Chevy Malibu (111,449 units sold)
The 2024 Chevrolet Malibu, though aging, competes well in the mid-size sedan category with its attractive design, comfortable ride, and competent handling. Sporting a lone turbocharged four-cylinder engine and a CVT, it lacks the power of rivals but handles city speeds adequately. However, interior quality falls short with low-grade plastics, and standard features are sparse compared to competitors like the Honda Accord. The 2024 model introduces standard tire inflation kits and adds Lakeshore Blue Metallic to the color options.
Opting for the LT trim is advisable, offering more features than the LS, including 17-inch wheels, dual-zone climate control, and safety features like automated emergency braking. The Malibu’s 160-hp engine, while not a speed demon, delivers reasonable performance. Despite its underwhelming EPA estimates of 30 mpg combined, it achieved a commendable 34 mpg on the highway in testing. The interior, though not luxurious, is comfortable and user-friendly.
Passenger space is competitive, and the trunk is spacious. The infotainment system, including Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, is user-friendly but lacks a rotary control knob. Safety features are available but often optional. The Malibu’s warranties are competitive, with extended corrosion protection and roadside assistance.