Lists of the best-selling vehicles in America are starting to look somewhat familiar: pickup trucks always occupy the top spots, while compact crossovers have now firmly supplanted family sedans in the top 10. But it’s still interesting to follow the rankings throughout the year to see how things shake out. We’ve tallied sales from every automaker in the U.S. market through the first three-quarters of the year to bring you a list of the top 10 vehicles through September 2019. We’ll continue to update this list quarterly to see if there’s any movement among the contenders
1. Ford F-Series (665,525 units sold)
It’s not surprising that Ford’s pickup trucks find themselves in the top spot once again, although increased competition from Ram, Chevrolet, and GMC probably explains the F-series’ slight decline compared with last year. Each of these competitors has redesigned both their light-duty and heavy-duty offerings, while Ford’s truck lineup hasn’t changed that significantly in a while.