The Chevrolet Silverado has a lot going for it, but its impressive list of available features and trims mean there's something for everyone.
The F-150 is our favorite light-duty pickup, and it's one of the best-selling vehicles of all time.
Toyota's tiny, two-row crossover SUV, the Rav4, is the go-to pick for individuals who desire a reliable, efficient utility vehicle.
The Ram 1500's luxurious cabin and attractive design have helped it gain ground on its Ford and Chevy competitors in recent years.
For good reason, this list has only one car, the Toyota Camry. For individuals who don't want a crossover, it's comfy, quiet, and large.
The Honda CR-V is comparable to the Rav4 but more fun to drive. The CR-V remains a top seller after nearly 30 years.
GMC Sierra isn't the least popular light-duty vehicle, but it's not as popular as Ram, Ford, or Chevy. Yet, its luxurious cabin and high-tech features make it a great pickup
For good reason, the Tacoma is the lone mid-size truck on this list. It distinguishes out in its class due to its reliability, capability, and no-nonsense feature set.
Sure, EVs sold well last year. The Model Y is the only electric car on this list because to its long range, reliable fast-charging network, large interior, and powerful acceleration.
Safe, efficient, and roomy, the Toyota Highlander The only three-row SUV in the top 10, it's the largest SUV on this list.