It’s hard to believe more than 50 percent of 2019 is already gone. Where does the time go?
I can’t answer that question, but I can fill you in on what the best-selling cars and trucks in the United States have been. As mentioned above, the year is half gone, which makes it a great time see which “cars” – including crossovers and trucks, of course – have proven to be the most popular in America through the month of June. So, without belaboring the point, here are the 10 best-selling models.
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Kicking this list off is the august Toyota Corolla. For 50-plus years across 12 generations, more than 43 million examples of this small car have been sold around the globe. Deliveries in the U.S. for the first half of 2019 are, understandably, slightly less impressive. Still, dealerships pushed out nearly 153,000 examples, meaning this small car outpaced super-popular vehicles like the Jeep Wrangler, Toyota Tacoma and even Honda Accord.
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Speaking of the company that Soichiro built, the best-selling car offered by Honda is the smooth and sophisticated Civic. In fact, Americans snapped up just shy of 170,000 of the little buggers through June of this year. At that rate, the automaker is on-track to sell around 340,000 of them in 2019. That, folks, makes the Civic an absolute blockbuster. Not that you didn’t already know that…