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10 Most Popular Cars in America, 2022

MSRP (2022): $24,350 MPG city/highway: 28/38. The Hyundai Sonata provides comfort, style, and some of the best-in-class technology at a reasonable price for a new car today.

10. Hyundai Sonata.

1.49 percent of all autos on the road. MSRP (2020): $23,170 MPG City/Highway: 23/34. Though Ford discontinued the Fusion in 2020, it remains in the top ten most popular vehicles in 2022. 

9. Ford Fusion.

Approximately 1.55% of all autos on the road. MSRP (2022): $23,400 MPG city/highway: 29/36. The Chevrolet Malibu has developed a loyal following among Midwest drivers. 

8. Chevrolet Malibu.

This car ranks first in the following states: Maine. Approximately 1.55% of all autos on the road. MSRP (2022): $30,400 MPG city/highway: 23/31. The Silverado undoubtedly has distinct qualities than the Malibu, Chevrolet's other car on the list. 

7. Chevrolet Silverado.

MSRP (2022): $20,175 MPG city/highway: 31/40. Toyota Corollas account for more than one in every fifty vehicles in the United States, and they are also the most popular vehicle in Florida. 

6. Toyota Corolla 

MSRP (2022): $24,550 MPG City/Highway: 28/39. The Nissan Altima is the fifth most popular automobile in America, which should come as no surprise. After all, it is a flagship sedan from one of the world's most reputable automakers

5.Nissan Altima

The percentage of all cars on the road: 2.49% MSRP (2022): $25,395 MPG City/Highway: 28/39. The Toyota Camry is one of the most popular vehicles in the country, hailed for its price, dependability, and overall utility.

4.  Toyota Camry

This vehicle ranks #1 in the following states: California, Hawaii, New Hampshire, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. Percent of all autos on the road: 2.59% MSRP (2022): $22,350 MPG City/Highway: 33/42. Although the Civic is Honda's entry-level sedan, it does not skimp on features. 

3. Honda Civic.

This car ranks #1 in the following states: Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, West Virginia, and Wyoming. The percentage of all cars on the road: 2.68% MSRP (2022): $29,990 MPG City/Highway: 25/25.

2. Ford F-Series Pickup.

States where this car ranks first: Connecticut, Georgia, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Virginia, and Washington. 3.06 percent of all autos on the road. MSRP (2022): $26,120 MPG city/highway: 30/38. The Honda Accord ranks first on the list of America's most popular cars in 2022.

1. Honda Accord.

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