2020 US Auto Sales Figures – By Model (All Vehicle Ranked)
2020 U.S. Vehicle Sales Rankings – Every Vehicle Ranked By Sales Volume
This sales data table looks at sales performance for every model sold in the United States for the entire year. It includes all major models sold in the U.S market and you can see that the sales trends clearly. Seeing the individual model sales performance in this way gives you a good sense of the momentum (good or bad). In 2020, the U.S. auto market was severely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, leading to a unique set of challenges.
Ford’s line of full-sized pickup trucks retained its title as the best-selling vehicle in the U.S., a position it has held for decades. GM’s primary full-sized pickup remained in strong demand, ranking as the second best-selling vehicle. FCA’s Ram continued its popularity among American truck buyers, solidifying its position in the top three. Toyota’s compact SUV, the RAV4 was the best-selling non-truck vehicle in the U.S., reflecting the strong consumer trend towards SUVs. Another representation of the SUV trend, Chevy’s Equinox made the list as one of the top-selling vehicles. Honda’s reliable compact CR-V continued to attract buyers, staying strong in sales rankings.
The Camry remained the best-selling sedan in the U.S., showcasing Toyota’s long-standing reputation for reliability. Another top-selling sedan, the Civic offered a combination of reliability, fuel efficiency, and affordability. Chevy’s mid-sized sedan found a spot in the top-selling list, though the sedan market as a whole faced challenges. Rounding off the list, Ford’s compact SUV demonstrated the continued strength of the SUV segment in the American market.