The Best-Selling Cars in America

These models are popular for a reason
When a vehicle is a perennial best-seller, it didn’t happen by accident. Each of the vehicles that appear in the top-10 list holds a wide appeal for buyers looking for safe, reliable and convenient transportation. Here are three vehicles: a mid-size sedan, small SUV and a pickup that frequent the American roads.

Toyota Camry
The Camry is the best-selling car in America for the 12th straight year, but that didn’t stop the engineers at Toyota from drafting an all-new model for the 2015 model year. With an MSRP starting at $22,970, the newest Camry is an excellent choice for buyers looking for a vehicle with a rock solid reputation for reliability.

With a four-cylinder engine that can achieve up to 35 mpg highway, an available V6 that pumps out 268 horses, or a super-fuel efficient Hybrid model, the Camry offers something for everyone. And with its recent redesign, and plethora of convenience and safety features, don’t expect sales of the Camry to slip anytime soon.

“For the last 12 years, the sales crown has been Camry’s to lose, and the competition from Honda, Mazda, Kia, Hyundai, Chrysler, Ford and others – to say nothing of compact and midsize crossovers – has gotten stronger than ever,” according to AutoBlog. “But after driving the 2015 Camry, we’d say that this Toyota’s spot at the top of the charts seems as secure as ever. For now.”

Honda CR-V HondaCR-V
The CR-V is one of three Honda models that appears on the top-10 list (the Accord and Civic being the other two), and for buyers who put their focus on practicality and utility, you can’t do much better. With major enhancements for the 2015 model, the CR-V was named Motor Trend’s 2015 Sport/Utility of the Year®, as well as the top spot in US News “Affordable Compact SUV’s” list.

Starting at an MSRP of $23,445, the CR-V puts a major emphasis on value and safety with a rearview camera, Bluetooth HandsFreeLink and SMS Text function, all added as standard equipment. And with a maximum of over 70 cubic feet of cargo capacity, the CR-V is ready for nearly anything you throw its way.

“Honda’s CR-V is already known for its efficiency and utility and the 2015 CR-V enhances those qualities,” according to Edmunds. “The refreshed 2015 Honda CR-V gets a new engine and transmission aimed at further improving efficiency plus new safety, comfort and convenience features. If you’re shopping for a top-shelf compact SUV, the CR-V remains one of your best bets.”

Ford F-150 Ford F-150 pickup
Named the North American Truck/Utility of the Year, and the best-selling truck for 37 consecutive years, the Ford F-150 is all-new for 2015. Starting at an MSRP of $25,420, the biggest news for the 2015 F-150 is a 700-pound weight reduction that results in improved fuel economy and dent and ding resistance.

America’s best-selling truck is available in a slew of trim levels, from the entry level XL to the luxurious Platinum, and four engines are available with two critically acclaimed EcoBoost models, too. The F-150 features best-in-class towing and payload, as well as cutting edge technology and features like a 360-degree camera and the all-new BoxLink system.

“The latest F-150 rises to the occasion, offering excellent capabilities, great gas mileage, an impressive new engine, a dramatically improved interior and a wide range of new high-tech gadgets,” said AutoTrader. “Yes, it’s true that the 2015 Ford F-150 may not look very different from last year’s model, but we can assure you that it’s fully redesigned and worthy of a spot at the top of your shopping list.”

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