The coronavirus pandemic influence all areas of life. People haven’t discontinued buying cars, though sales dropped.
Find here the TOP 10 best-selling vehicles in the USA from January to September 2020. The ranking is compiled by Car and Driver.
10. Nissan Rogue: 167,401 units; sales declined by 89 percent compared with the same period of 2019;
9. GMC Sierra: 174,645 units; it had strong first half of the year, the rise of light-duty sales by 3 percent and heavy-duty sales by 17 percent;
8. Chevrolet Equinox: 191,727 units; sales are down 25 percent, the 2021 update is shifted to the 2022 model year;
7. Honda Civic: 200,941 units; sales dropped by 22 percent through the first half of the year;
6. Toyota Camry: 204,945 units; a 21 percent drop through the first three quarters;
5. Honda CR-V: 237,334 units; a 16 percent decline through the first three quarters of 2020; sales of a new hybrid version started in March;
4. Toyota RAV4: 302,574 units: sales increased through the first quater of 2020, but dicreased through the second quarter, and down 7 percent through the third quarter;
3. Ram Pickup: 402,410 units; sales were up in the first quarter, but down in the second and third quarters, the result is a 13 percent decline compared with last year;
2. Chevrolet Silverado: 409,967 units; sales in H1 2020 increased compared with the first half of 2019; the light-duty model was down 1 percent through Q3, while sales of the heavy-duty pickup rose by 4 percent;
1. Ford F-Series: 589,034 units; an 11 percent decrease from January to September 2020 compared with 2019.