Special Report

Top-Selling Cars of 2018

Source: Courtesy of Toyota

10. Toyota Corolla
> 2018 Sales: 303,732
> 2017 Sales: 329,196
> Base price: $18,700

The Corolla is Toyota’s entry-level car. To expand its appeal, the car comes in six versions, each of which has a different price point.

Source: Courtesy of Honda

9. Honda Civic
> 2018 Sales: 325,760
> 2017 Sales: 377,286
> Base price: $19,450

The Civic sits in the middle of the Honda car line based on price. Honda offers a sedan version, a hatchback, and a coupe.

Source: Courtesy of Chevrolet

8. Chevrolet Equinox
> 2018 Sales: 332,618
> 2017 Sales: 290,458
> Base price: $23,800

Equinox is Chevy’s small SUV crossover. Equinox is another vehicle with multiple engine choices for people who want more speed and will spend more money for it.

Source: Courtesy of Toyota

7. Toyota Camry
> 2018 Sales: 343,439
> 2017 Sales: 387,081
> Base price: $23,845

Camry is Toyota’s mid-priced, mid-sized sedan. It has been one of the best-selling cars in the U.S. for years. Its sales drop — second-largest among top 20 selling vehicles — shows the extent to which American car buyers are abandoning sedans for crossovers and SUVs.

Source: Courtesy of Honda

6. Honda CR-V
> 2018 Sales: 379,013
> 2017 Sales: 377,895
> Base price: $24,350

The CR-V is Honda’s horse in the low-end crossover race. The CR-V comes in four versions, the most expensive of which has a base price of $32,750.

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