2018 Most Purchased Cars

The 2018 year is now over halfway done, and the car industry has already had success on a couple of cars paving the way for the most sales. These cars are popular not only for their brands, but also because of their price, looks, viability, function, and overall specs.

1. Toyota Corolla
The 2018 Toyota Corolla has had 46,428 sales so far and although it has fell off by 4.7% in sales compared to last year. The Corolla has always been in the top percentile for years and it is no shock that it is in the top 10 this year. The 2018 Corolla is up to-date with modern technology on the display, roomy interior, and great fuel economy.

2. Honda Civic
The 2018 Honda Civic has surpassed the Toyota Corolla as of this year due to a slowing down of purchases of the Corolla. That being said, the Civic deserves its spot. The 2018 Civic has 49,565 sales so far and is only growing. It comes at a standard 42mpg, a better spaced interior, and a fresh design, along with enhanced performance of two engines.

3. Honda CR-V
The CR-V blew up last year in sales with a new design and has been selling more in 2018. However, it has suffered a bit this year with a reduction of sales of 18%. The CR-V is still the best-selling SUV that Honda has. It is greatly fuel-efficient and has comfortable seating for all passengers, making it a great family car.

4. Chevy Equinox
The Equinox is greatly successful this year with 26% more sales compared to last year. It is advanced in safety and efficiency. It is easily Chevy’s best-selling vehicles and is only growing in popularity. The Equinox already has over 50,500 sales just this past year.

5. Toyota Camry
The new generation of Camry not only looks great, it is selling great as well. With over 55,500 2018 Camrys sold and 16.1% more sales than last year, this new face of Toyota is doing amazing. It has an improved interior, more space, and over 300 horsepower. The Camry is only looking like it is going to climb the list for the remainder of this year.

6. Toyota RAV4
Ever since the 2016 remodeling of the RAV4, sales have been only going up. With over 56,000 sales and 16.5% improvement on sales compared to 2017, the RAV4 is deserving of its spot. The 2018 RAV4 is another great family vehicle, but it looks edgy with its new design and even has a hybrid option for even better MPG.

7. Dodge Ram
The Ram Truck is still at the top of the list despite being a bit slow in sales at the beginning of 2018. The Ram Truck is still braking record sales, marking two years in a row. Ram has sold over 62,600 trucks and is still going. Even at a slow down of sales, Ram is selling at comfortable rate.

8. Nissan Rogue
The 2018 Nisan Rogue is a great example of a small crossover and it helps popularize the crossover vehicles that Americans are starting to use more often. The Rogue is at the top of the SUV best-sellers list. It has a 4-cylinder engine, 170-horsepower, and an Eco mode. Nissan even implemented a “ProPILOT Assist” which is Nissan’s first steps to building autonomous vehicles. So far, the Rogue has over 74,300 sales this year.

9. Chevy Silverado
The Silverado is a great vehicle, which is why it reached the second-place spot on the most purchased vehicles of the year. Chevy has sold over 83,000 Silverado trucks. The reason the Silverado is not in the number one spot is because it’s sells suffered a bit at the beginning of the year (-3.6%). It is one of the most reliable trucks coming out this year and is predicted to only sell more due to its new look that makes it seem only manlier.

10. Ford F-Series
It is no surprise that this the Ford-F Series America’s best-selling car, because it has been for 36 years and its 41 st years as best selling truck. Ford has sold over 128,000 F-Series trucks this year only! The design of the F-Series has only upgraded as well as the safety features and power. Ford equipped this vehicle 290 horsepower and a 3.3-liter V6 engine, the pinnacle of the trucking experience.

We want to leave you with a list of the states and what each of their top-selling cars are. To no surprise, the Ford F-Series is going to be dominant in most of the states.

  • AK- Ford F-150
  • AL- Ford F-150
  • AR- GMC Sierra 1500
  • AZ- Ford F-150
  • CA- Honda Civic
  • CO- Subaru Outback
  • CT- Nissan Rogue
  • DC- Honda Civic
  • DE- Chevy Silverado 1500
  • FL- Toyota Corolla
  • GA- Ford F-1500
  • HI- Toyota Tacoma
  • IA- Chevy Silverado 1500
  • ID- Ford F-150
  • IL- Honda CR-V
  • IN- Chevy Silverado 1500
  • KS- Ford F-150
  • KY- Ford F-150
  • LA- Ford F-150
  • MA- Toyota RAV4
  • MD- Honda CR-V
  • ME- Chevy Silverado 1500
  • MI- Ford Escape
  • MN- Ford F-150
  • MO- Ford F-150
  • MS- Ford F-150
  • MT- Ford F-150
  • NC- Honda Accord
  • ND- Ford F-Series
  • NE- Ford F-Series
  • NH- Chevy Silverado 1500
  • NJ- Honda CR-V
  • NM- Ford F -150
  • NV- Toyota RAV4
  • NY- Nissan Rogue
  • OH- Honda Civic
  • OK- Ford F-Civic
  • OR- Subaru Outback
  • PA- Honda CR-V
  • RI- Toyota RAV4
  • SC- Ford F-150
  • SD- Ford F-150
  • TN- Ford F-150
  • TX- Ford F-150
  • UT- Ford F-150
  • VA- Honda CR-V
  • VT- Toyota RAV4
  • WA- Subaru Outback
  • WI- Chevy Silverado 1500
  • WV- Chevy Silverado 1500
  • WY- Ford F-150