20. Nissan Sentra: 184,618 Units
Squeaking into the top 20 is the Nissan Sentra, but the news for Nissan still isn't great. Sentra sales for 2019 were down 13.3 percent compared to last year.
19. Jeep Cherokee: 191,397 Units
SUVs are booming, but Cherokee sales were down a whopping 20 percent from last year. Still, it was enough to break into the top 20.
18. Nissan Altima: 209,183 Units
Nissan is struggling overall, but it does have some strong sellers. The Altima finished the year up ever-so-slightly at 0.2 percent compared to 2018.
17. Jeep Wrangler: 228,032 Units
The rugged Wrangler fell five percent from 2018 but is still a popular SUV.
16. GMC Sierra: 232,325 Units
Unlike its Chevrolet sibling which appears near the end of this slideshow, sales for the Sierra were up by almost 6 percent in 2019.
15. Toyota Highlander: 239,438 Units
The big Highlander finished down very slightly for 2019, 2.1 percent off from 2018 sales.
14. Ford Escape: 241,338 Units
Ford's strategy of going all-in on SUVs might not be paying off. Escape sales were down 11.8 percent in 2019, and aside from the F-150 which we'll see later, it's the only Ford to break into the top 20.
13. Jeep Grand Cherokee: 242,969 Units
Despite a flat sales curve to end the year, the Grand Cherokee finished 2019 8 percent higher.
12. Toyota Tacoma: 248,801 Units
Tacoma sales rose slightly in 2019, climbing 1.3 percent.
11. Honda Accord: 267,567 Units
The Nissan Altima's showing proved sedans aren't dead yet, and the Accord just missed making the top 10. Sales for the popular car were down 8 percent.
10. Toyota Corolla: 304,850 Units
The Corolla's popularity has it in the top 10, and it bucks the trend of declining sedan/hatchback sales by posting a very small gain of 0.3 percent for 2019.
9. Honda Civic: 325,650 Units
The Civic almost had a year-over-year sales increase for 2019. It ultimately finished the year down 0.03 percent. Honda sold just 110 more Civics last year.
8. Toyota Camry: 336,978 Units
The best-selling sedan in the U.S. for 2019 is the Toyota Camry. Despite increasing competition from SUVs and crossovers, Camry sales fell just 1.8 percent.
7. Chevrolet Equinox: 346,048 Units
GM's best-selling SUV, the Equinox saw sales climb 4 percent in 2019.
6. Nissan Rogue: 350,447 Units
If you're surprised by the Rogue's placement, you're not alone. Nissan's SUV is popular, but this figure does include both the Rogue and Rogue Sport. Still, 2019 sales fell 15 percent compared to last year.
5. Honda CR-V: 384,168 Units
The CR-V is as popular as ever, with 2019 sales up slightly at 1.3 percent.
4. Toyota RAV4: 448,071 Units
The RAV4 is the best-selling SUV in America, and its sales are rising. The SUV enjoyed a 4.9 percent jump compared to 2018.
3. Chevrolet Silverado: 575,600 Units
The top three spots are dominated by trucks, and the Silverado fell to third place with a year-over-year drop of nearly 2 percent.
2. Ram Pickup: 633,694 Units
The refreshed Ram may not be the best-selling vehicle in America, but with a whopping 18 percent year-over-year sales improvement, it could well be the premier success story of 2019.
1. Ford F-Series: 896,526 Units
Once again, the F-Series rules America by a wide margin. It's not all good news, however, because sales actually fell 1.4 percent versus 2018. With Ram improving by leaps and bounds, we suspect more than a few people in Ford's executive offices are a bit nervous right now.
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