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U.S. light vehicle market in October 2019, by segment
U.S. car demand: by segment 2019
Crossovers are Americans’ favorite type of passenger vehicle. This category accounts for roughly 40 percent of automobile sales in the United States. The most popular models include Honda’s CR-V, Nissan’s Rogue, and Toyota’s RAV4. In 2018, U.S. auto buyers bought some 427,000 units of Toyota’s RAV4 model, making it the best-selling vehicle in this category.

 Crossovers benefit from the shift away from sedans

   The RAV4 was one of the very first specimens of its kind, as production of this model began in 1994. Crossover SUVs (sport utility vehicles) manage to combine the good fuel efficiency levels of compact and midsized cars and the higher seating positions of light trucks. They gained in popularity when fuel prices were low and, consequently, automakers increased production volumes and model additions of this vehicle type. Between 2014 and 2018, U.S. car sales fell from over 7.7 million to around 5.3 million units. Concurrently, light truck sales increased from 8.7 million units in 2014 to almost 12 million units in 2018.  
U.S. light vehicle market in October 2019, by segment
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Release date

2019

Region

United States

Survey time period

October 2019

Supplementary notes

Excludes the Commercial Chassis segment.

U.S. car demand: by segment 2019
Crossovers are Americans’ favorite type of passenger vehicle. This category accounts for roughly 40 percent of automobile sales in the United States. The most popular models include Honda’s CR-V, Nissan’s Rogue, and Toyota’s RAV4. In 2018, U.S. auto buyers bought some 427,000 units of Toyota’s RAV4 model, making it the best-selling vehicle in this category.

 Crossovers benefit from the shift away from sedans

   The RAV4 was one of the very first specimens of its kind, as production of this model began in 1994. Crossover SUVs (sport utility vehicles) manage to combine the good fuel efficiency levels of compact and midsized cars and the higher seating positions of light trucks. They gained in popularity when fuel prices were low and, consequently, automakers increased production volumes and model additions of this vehicle type. Between 2014 and 2018, U.S. car sales fell from over 7.7 million to around 5.3 million units. Concurrently, light truck sales increased from 8.7 million units in 2014 to almost 12 million units in 2018.  
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