Once again, Honda Accord, Civic, CR-V, Odyssey were among most popular vehicles in America. Final retail registrations for 2014 are now available, and, once again, four Honda models were among the most popular Accord was again the most popular car in America in 2014vehicles in America. Repeating their 2013 performances, the Honda Accord, Civic, CR-V and Odyssey were the top choices of U.S. car buyers in 2014. Honda has three of the top six best-selling passenger vehicles in America.
- Civic finished 2014 more than 44,000 cars sold more than its nearest competitor
- CR-V was the #1 SUV in America and best-selling SUV of the decade
- Odyssey was the most popular minivan in America
Honda focuses on retail sales over commercial, fleet sales
“Retail sales are simply a better yardstick for measuring real-world product appeal, and Honda’s focus on retail sales translates to higher resale value and lower lifetime ownership costs for our customers,” said Jeff Conrad, senior vice president and general manager of the Honda Division. Excluding full-size pickup trucks, Honda Accord, CR-V and Civic rank first, third, and fourth, in retail registrations in 2014. Some highlights include:
- Excluding full-size pickups, the Honda Accord, CR-V and Civic hold first, third and fourth, in 2014 retail sales.
- The Honda Accord easily outpaced the competition as the most popular car in America for the second straight year.
- CR-V was America’s best-selling SUV of 2014, and the best-selling SUV of the past decade. CR-V had more than a 80,000-unit lead over the #2 selling SUV in 2014.
- Civic sales in 2014 led all compact cars, besting the nearest segment competitor by nearly 45,000 units.
- Odyssey continues to make it the top choice among retail minivan customers – making up 32 percent of minivan retail sales.
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