Ford F-Series For further than 40 years, the Ford F-150 is the most popular truck (and car) in the US.
Chevrolet Silverado In 1918, Chevrolet released their first pickup truck without a bed; customers had to add one themselves. Thankfully, the Chevrolet Silverado of today has every feature a full-size pickup should have.
Ram 1500/2500/3500 The Ram 1500 is a millennial as the Ram name first appeared on a large truck in 1981. Additionally, it is cozy and strong, earning our recognition as the Top Reviewed Truck in 2019 or 2020.
Toyota RAV4 The Toyota RAV4 started the SUV craze and is currently the best-selling passenger car that isn't a full-size truck.
Honda CR-V Honda said that the CR-name V's stands for "Comfortable Runabout Vehicle" at the time of its introduction. We can't argue with the fact that the CR-V is a comfy family runabout after 25 years on the market.
Toyota Camry Toyota Corporation initially produced textile looms. Since it is the only brand name on the this list to have participated in NASCAR, the Toyota Camry weaves differently now.
Honda Civic A Honda Civic is indeed the vehicle that helped Honda become well-known. The Civic has a wide appeal and a variety of engines that have kept it on the top of the best-selling list for decades.
Toyota Highlander The Highlander receives excellent praises for its exceptional comfort and superior fuel efficiency. For driving through curves, it has confidence, and its quick acceleration is helpful when navigating small towns.
GMC Sierra The GMC Sierra, which serves as the Chevy Silverado's corporate twin, offers all of its partner's capabilities in a more upmarket package, particularly in top-tier Denali trim.
Toyota Tacoma The Toyota Tacoma has a well-established reputation for dependability and versatility. But it's also simple to communicate with on the road and is smooth and effective.