Top 25 Models Year-To-Date

Toyota Rav4
SUVs take the top three spots in sales so far this year, at least among the automakers that report sales. Obviously, this list is missing some huge sellers like F-150, Ram, and Silverado. Weíll get caught up with those at the end of September.

Here are your top 25 sales leaders so far through August, not counting any Ford, General Motors, or Fiat Chrysler products.

Top 25 Models Year-To-Date

  1. Toyota RAV 4: 289,736
  2. Honda CR-V: 254,835
  3. Nissan Rogue: 242,851
  4. Honda Civic: 233,147
  5. Toyota Camry: 214,350
  6. Toyota Corolla: 213,624
  7. Honda Accord: 184,137
  8. Toyota Tacoma: 169,292
  9. Toyota Highlander: 161,875
  10. Nissan Altima: 142,416
  11. Nissan Sentra: 137,657
  12. Subaru Outback: 129,249
  13. Subaru Forester: 118,026
  14. Hyundai Elantra: 110,855
  15. Mazda CX-5: 103,368
  16. Honda Pilot: 94,707
  17. Hyundai Tucson: 92,568
  18. Hyundai Santa Fe: 88,043
  19. Subaru Crosstrek: 86,602
  20. Toyota 4Runner: 86,218
  21. Toyota Tundra: 78,012
  22. VW Tiguan: 77,257
  23. Kia Soul: 71,642
  24. Lexus RX: 69,008
  25. Kia Optima: 68,460

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