For proof that full-size pickups still remain popular in the U.S., look no further than the Ford F-Series, which retained its spot as the best-selling vehicle in the country for 2013. The Chevrolet Silverado came in second place, while the Ram pickup finished fifth for the year. The Toyota Camry and Honda Accord midsize sedans placed third and fourth place, respectively.
Ford sold 763,402 F-Series pickups last year – a whopping 118,086 more units than in 2012. The Chevrolet Silverado pickup came in a distant second place with 480,414 units sold in 2013. Ford sold 98,599 more F-Series pickups than the Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra(184,389 units) combined. Last year, Toyota sold 408,484 Camry sedans for a third-place finish.
Honda may have sold more Accord models in December than Toyota sold Camry sedans, but the Honda Accord (366,678 units) came in fourth place for the year overall. While theRam pickup was the third best-selling model in December, ahead of the Accord and Camry, it was the fifth best-selling vehicle in 2013 with 355,673 units sold last year.
The Honda Civic (336,180 units) came in sixth place overall in 2013 with the midsize Nissan Altima (320,723) coming in seventh place for the year. With a difference of just 1724 units, the eighth-place Honda CR-V finished just ahead of the ninth place Toyota Corolla (303,904 versus 302,180). The Ford Escape (295,993) rounds out the top 10 list bumping the Ford Fusion stable mate by 713 units.