What are the top-selling new cars, trucks and SUVs of 2013?

The 2013 new car model year is nearing its end.

Ford F-Series pickup

 

You can tell by the increasing number of TV advertisements for sales on current models, pending the arrival of most 2014 models through the beginning of the year.

(See our previous survey of “The Hottest” 2014 models here.)

For those consumers seeking a new car (2013 version), we found lists of the most popular vehicles – cars, trucks, SUVs – based on unit sales during the first half of the year.

Whether you swim with or against the current, these compilations can help you decide.

“U.S. truck sales are up 15 percent through the first half of 2013 … [outpacing] the overall industry’s growth,” according to Timothy Cain in “Top 14 Best-Selling Trucks in America” at GoodCarBadCar.com.

While GoodCarBadCar.net lists the Top 20 best-selling cars, Top 20 SUVs and Top 14 trucks separately, its list of the Top 30 best-selling vehicles combines those for an overall picture of the most popular vehicles.  We went for the combined list for the first half of the year – comprising 11 cars, four trucks and five SUV/crossovers – with the other full lists available through the link above.

All but one vehicle listed – the GMC Sierra – sold more than 100,000 units year-to-date.

Here is a list of the top-selling new cars, trucks and SUVs in America so far this year (number of units sold January through June):

  1. Ford F-Series (367,486 units sold)
  2. Chevrolet Silverado (242,586)
  3. Toyota Camry (207,626)
  4. Honda Accord (186,860)
  5. Ram pickup (170,319)
  6. Nissan Altima (167,787)
  7. Ford Fusion (161,146)
  8. Honda Civic (158,704)
  9. Ford Escape (156,626)
  10. Toyota Corolla/Matrix (158,972)
  11. Honda CR-V (145,763)
  12. Ford Focus (134,785)
  13. Chevrolet Cruze (133,689)
  14. Chevrolet Equinox (126,397)
  15. Hyundai Elantra (126,244)
  16. Chevrolet Malibu (111,100)
  17. Hyundai Sonata (103,010)
  18. Toyota RAV4 (101,274)
  19. Ford Explorer (101,243)
  20. GMC Sierra (87,633)

The Ford Escape, Honda CR-V, Chevrolet Equinox, Toyota RAV4 and Ford Explorer are SUV/crossovers, While the GMC Sierra, No. 20 on the list, is the No. 4 pickup.

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