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Here are the 10 best-selling cars in the world in 2021!

The least we can say by looking at this top 10 of the best-selling cars in the world in 2021 is that we observe very marked trends! But in your opinion, globally, which car model sold the most?

By studying the figures of no less than 106 different markets across the globeour colleagues at Motor1 have calculated thata total of 1,132,000 Toyota RAV4s had passed last year. What to do with Japanese the best-selling car in the world! And looking at the rest of the top 10, there are very clearly strong trends that emerge from these sales figures, starting with that of SUVs.

The SUV is still king!

If some may have thought that electrification and stricter CO2 rules were going to make life difficult for the SUV, this is not the case! It must be said that this study is not limited to Europe, but includes almost all global sales! Results, in addition to the RAV4, another SUV also climbs on the podium: the Honda CR-V which arrives in 3e position.

What, the sedan, do you still like it?

Another trend, this time more surprising for us Europeans, emerges: sedans also have the coast! Once again, all the world markets were scrutinized, including the two most important: China and the United States where the three-box sedan is still very popular!

Japan leads the discussion

If there is a country that takes the lead, it is Japan. 80% of the top 10 come from the Land of the Rising Sun! How to explain such superiority? LJapanese manufacturers are quite simply present in a large number of marketsunlike some competitors. The Ford F-150, for example, manages to climb to the 7e place in the ranking even though it is only marketed in North America! What makes his performance all the more impressive.

And the electric car in all this?

Don’t panic, it’s there and pretty much there, in the form of the Tesla Model 3. The American entry-level has also recorded a record increase of 40% compared to 2020! In total, more than half a million of these electric Americans sold last year. As for the ranking in detail, here it is:

  • Honda Accord – 481,000 sales
  • Tesla Model 3 – 508,000 winds
  • Toyota Hilux – 548,000 sales
  • Ford F-150 – 562,000 expected
  • Honda HR-V – 670,000 sales
  • Toyota Camry – 681.000 ventes
  • Nissan Sentra – 693,000 sales
  • Honda CR-V – 903,000 sales
  • Toyota Corolla Sedan – 1,104,000 sales
  • Toyota RAV4 – 1,132,000 ventes

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