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America’s 10 BEST SELLING cars , You will not believe #5 !!

At SimplyCarBuyers, we like to keep you up-to-date with the latest information for car buyers, as well as car news on a brand-by-brand, country-by-country basis. In light of the recent domination of America in the news, and Donald Trump’s heralding of what will surely be a new dawn for libertarians and their and enormous cars, it is interesting to note the most popular cars being sold in America before his inauguration.

#10 Nissan Rogue

With sales up 13.5% from September 2015 to 2016, the Nissan Rogue benefits from either front or four-wheel drive, and seats five with ease. At 33 miles to the gallon, it costs around $31 grand.

#9 Honda Accord

Being sold from $25-$35,000, the new Accord is Honda’s largest car, offering 32 miles to the gallon on the highway, less than that in the city.

#8 Honda Civic

Superior fuel economy and a range of comfortable and useful interior features have kept the sales of the Honda Civic on track, getting 40 miles to the gallon on the open road.

#7 Toyota RAV4

An iconic compact SUV, this Toyota is a useful family vehicle, though its maximum mpg rating leaves something to be desired at 30.

#6 Toyota Camry

With its sleek looks, features and excellent fuel economy, the Toyota Camry is marketed toward the average car buyer rather than the family. It’s spacious yet compact.

#5 Honda CR-V

Spacious, practical and versatile, the Honda CR-V continues the Japanese domination of the American market, offering a family 4×4 with great fuel efficiency at 44mpg.

#4 Toyota Corolla

A bold, compact and reliable car aimed at zipping through the morning commute, the Corolla boasts an excellent 33 miles to the gallon.

#3 Chevrolet Silverado

Big, bold and unashamed, this Chevrolet is both enormous and powerful, with plenty of space to keep your belongings, or another small car.

#2 Ram 1500-3500

Another enormous vehicle that laughs in the face of subtlety, this Ram pickup manages 24 miles to the gallon, somehow.

#1 Ford F-Series

A final American vehicle of a countdown that saw a resurgence in US-manufactured behemoths, sales of this vehicle are up 3% from last year, and it will cost a maximum of $60,000 with all the available features. Its capacity is 24 miles to the gallon, though we’re not sure that fuel efficiency is really the focus on this model.