Americans drive, A LOT. On average we drive 13,000 miles a year. That's nearly 3 trillion miles driven by Americans collectively.

So, as we come towards the end of 2020 (finally). We ask the question: What car was bought more than any other in 2020?

10. Toyota RAV4

The number one selling vehicle in Alaska.

Cost: $25,000

MPG: 27/35 Highway


 

9. Subaru Impreza

Most popular in Vermont

Cost: $19,000

MPG: 28/35 Highway


 

8. Ford Explorer

This vehicle is the most popular car in Wyoming.

Cost: $37k.

MPG: 27/ 29 highway


 

7. Toyota Corolla

This is the best selling car in the state of Hawaii

Cost: just under $20k

MPG: 31/40 highway.


 

6. Ford Focus

The only car on this list that is discontinued.

Despite that, it is still the best selling car in Kansas, West Virginia, and Maine.

Cost: $20k

MPG: 20/30 highway


 

5. Chevrolet Impala

The number one selling car in Iowa, Minnesota, Montana, and North Dakota.

Cost: $28k

MPG: 19/28 highway


 

4. Honda Civic

Best selling car in California, Idaho, New Hampshire, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Utah, and Washington.

Cost: $20,650

MPG: 32/42 highway


 

3. Chevrolet Malibu 

Best selling car in Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, South Dakota, and Wisconsin.

Cost: $22,095

MPG: 29/36 highway


 

2. Honda Accord

Number one selling car in Colorado, Connecticut, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Virginia

Cost: $24,020

MPG: up to 30/38 highway


 

1. Nissan Altima

Number one in Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nevada, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Texas.

Cost: $24,100

MPG: 28/39 highway


There you have it, the top selling cars of the year. Interesting that no trucks were on the list though...

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