We know auto sales have been down this year as compared to 2021, all due to the microchip shortage that has plagued the auto industry for a year now.
However, when looking at the top 20 volume leaders after two months of sales, there are a few bright spots, like the Toyota Highlander, Mazda CX-5, Honda HR-V, Hyundai Tucson, and others. As expected, the Ford F-Series leads the parade, and will even after the others report Q1 sales.
Here are your top 20 best-selling vehicles in the first two months of 2022 and how sales compare to the first two months of 2021. Remember, many automakers only report quarterly, so this list will look very different after we get all results on April 1st, 2022.
|1. Ford F-Series||95,795||20%|
|2. Toyota RAV4||63,864||5%|
|3. Toyota Highlander||40,110||12%|
|4. Toyota Camry||35,277||23%|
|5. Toyota Tacoma||31,470||20%|
|6. Toyota Corolla||30,590||26%|
|7. Mazda CX-5||29,008||37%|
|8. Honda CR-V||28,636||49%|
|9. Honda Civic||28,071||11%|
|10. Honda HR-V||26,827||84%|
|11. Hyundai Tucson||26,013||50%|
|12. Ford Explorer||25,821||34%|
|13. Ford Escape||24,826||8%|
|14. Subaru Forester||24,786||7%|
|15. Toyota 4Runner||24,662||1%|
|16. Honda Accord||24,381||8%|
|17. Subaru Crosstrek||24,003||14%|
|18. Subaru Outback||19,164||22%|
|19. Lexus RX||17,041||14%|
|20. Ford Bronco Sport||16,506||22%|
Photo: Ford celebrates production of the 40-millionth F-Series for U.S. customers with the 2022 F-150 Tremor in appropriate Iconic Silver paint on Jan. 26, 2022. Credit: Ford.