Best-Selling Vehicles in America — June Edition 2017

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18. Ford Fusion
YTD Sales: 89,086
Vs. 2016: -26.0%
Ford’s best-selling passenger car has experienced a sales decline over the last few months compared to a year earlier, which is somewhat surprising since a refreshed 2017 model began arriving in showrooms in the middle of 2016. That said, the entire Ford car lineup declined 10 percent compared to May of 2016. With available all-wheel drive and a variety of engine choices — including a very efficient plug-in hybrid — the Fusion still makes a great option as a stylish family sedan.

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17. Nissan Sentra
YTD Sales: 90,040
Vs. 2016: -12.0%
Similar to other manufacturers, Nissan is experiencing a general decline in passenger car sales and Sentra sales are following suit. A new Sentra was introduced early last year with updated styling, retuned suspension and a freshened interior. Available high-tech features include Forward Emergency Braking, Intelligent Cruise Control, Blind Spot Warning and Rear Cross Traffic Alert. Joining the Sentra lineup this year is a new high-performance NISMO edition.

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