RAV4 Takes Top Spot in U.S. Car Sales

Toyota’s crossover was best-selling vehicle excluding pickups in U.S. last year, followed by Nissan’s Rogue

The most-popular U.S. car is no longer a car. Excluding perennially popular pickup trucks, the best-selling models in the U.S. last year were both crossovers: Toyota Motor Corp.’s RAV4 in first place, followed by Nissan Motor Co.’s Rogue. Still, passenger cars haven’t totally disappeared, with Toyota’s Camry winning the bronze medal in 2017 deliveries. Honda Motor Co.’s CR-V crossover and Civic compact car rounded out the top five, data reported by the automakers Wednesday showed.

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