Pickup trucks round out the top three positions on the most popular vehicle list of 2015 with the Ford's F-Series truck line being America's number one most popular vehicle for the year.
Even with all the profit-sucking new car incentives, retail car sales for December showed very little growth. However, even with the lackluster sales in December. 2015's year-to-date (YTD) sales did cross the 17 million unit mark making it the first time since 2001.
American's bought 780,354 Ford F-Series pickup trucks in 2015, once again making it the best-selling vehicle in America for 2015. Ford sold 26,503 more trucks this year than 2014 increasing sales volume by 3.5 percent. The Chevrolet Silverado came in second place with 600,544 vehicles sold and a solid 13.4 percent growth over 2014's sales numbers. Ram P/U brings up third place with 2.6 percent increase in volume over 2014 with 421,116 new pickup sales.
Toyota came in fourth and fifth place for the year with the Camry and Corolla. America's most popular new car, Toyota sold 429,355 Camry's for the year just beating 2014's sales number of 428,606. American's purchased 363,332 new corollas for 2015 also increasing sales volume over 2014 by 7.0 percent.
Only six vehicles showed declines in sales from 2014. The Nissan Altima (-0.7%), Hyundai Sonata (-1.7%), Ford Fusion (-2.2%), Ford Focus (-7.8%), Honda Accord (-8.5), and the Chevrolet Cruze with the worst loss of -17.0 percent.
See where all the other vehicles ranked on America's top 25 most popular sales list below.
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|Rank||New Car Model||2015 YTD||2014 YTD||% Change|
|24||Jeep Grand Cherokee||195,958||183,786||6.6%|
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