4 Things People Must Never Ever Do While DrivingFor drivers in the market for a new vehicle, there’s sometimes no better way to help make the choice than to know which vehicles customers tend to gravitate to most. Luckily, for the benefit of car customers, we have a ranked list of the 10 best selling cars through May of 2016.
While the Ford RS and ST are considered the prime shiners of the Ford lineup, the 2.0-liter I-4 tends to trump those in sales. Modestly-priced, compact, and reliable, the Ford Focus sold over 80,000 units in the first half of 2016.
This midsize sedan vastly outperforms the crossovers and SUVs in Hyundai’s lineup, earning itself the spot of top-earning Hyundai of 2016’s first half, pulling in over 90,000 units.
The Sentra has been recently refreshed, which ended up contributing to a whopping 15% increase in sales, leading to over 102,000 units sold through May of 2016. The vehicle now features active safety tech on newer models, which means it runs much more smoothly and quietly than the models preceding it. While a Nissan Juke remains a popular option in Santa Ana, drivers have nothing to lose by taking a closer look at new Sentra models.
Clocking in at over 104,000 units in the first half of 2016, the Chevrolet Malibu is a huge improvement over its predecessor. It offers improved passenger space while being lighter; the engines are newer and more optimized; the pedestrian alert safety system offers peace-of-mind to the driver (and surrounding pedestrians); and the vehicle as a whole is significantly lighter.
Ford’s second entry into this list, the fusion accounted for over 120,000 sales through May 2016, effectively outselling the Hyundai Sonata and the Chevrolet Malibu.
The Honda Accord was refreshed last year, which ended up being indicated in its sales of over 140,000 units. The revamped Accord comes with a host of new technological features and styling updates.
The Altima was given a new facelift, a host of new standard features, and a sportier build. The revisions helped boost the Altima to over 142,000 sold units in the first half of last year.
With over 150,000 units sold, the Corolla creeps its way to the third spot of the list. A reliable website sedan for decades now, it’s no surprise to see that this driver is still at the very top.
It’s no surprise that the Civic pulled in over 158,000 units through the first half of 2016. With the style, handling, and convenience to back it up, the Civic is a worthy consideration for any driver looking for a new ride.
With over 167,000 units sold, the Toyota Camry comes out at the very top. The Camry has lead the midsize vehicle industry for over a decade, and that shows no signs changing.