Special Report

Top-Selling Cars of 2018

Source: Courtesy of Nissan

5. Nissan Rogue
> 2018 Sales: 412,110
> 2017 Sales: 403,465
> Base price: $24,920

The Rogue is the low-priced crossover from Nissan. The Japanese car manufacturer added a number of tech-based driving assistance packages in the 2019 model.

Source: Courtesy of Toyota

4. Toyota RAV4
> 2018 Sales: 427,170
> 2017 Sales: 407,594
> Base price: $25,500

The RAV4 is an example of the move by consumers to crossovers. The RAV4 is at the low end of prices for crossovers, which run as high as $80,000 for models made by German manufacturers.

Source: Courtesy of Ram Trucks

3. Ram Pickup
> 2018 Sales: 536,980
> 2017 Sales: 500,723
> Base price: $27,295

This vehicle routinely finishes behind the Ford F-Series and GM Chevy Silverado, the

Ram is part of the brands controlled by Fiat Chrysler. Because of its sales growth,

Ram is picking up market share from its two rivals.

Source: Courtesy of Chevrolet

2. Chevrolet Cruze
> 2018 Sales: 585,581
> 2017 Sales: 585,864
> Base price: $ 17,995

Cruze is Chevy’s mid-sized sedan. It is priced between the Sonic and Malibu.

Source: Courtesy of Ford Motor Company

1. Ford F-Series Pickup
> 2018 Sales: 909,330
> 2017 Sales: 896,764
> Base price: $28,155

The Ford full-size pickup has been the best-selling vehicle in the U.S. for decades.Sales of the F-Series were 36% of all Ford vehicle sales in 2018.