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Updated on March 20, 2016
  1. Chevy Impala

A car that hit the market more than 50 years ago, the Impala impressed with its immense power and a whole lot of interesting potential. This is a versatile car and one of the 10 Best selling cars All time, with around 14 million units sold to date.

  1. Volkswagen Passat

Volkswagen Passat combines the power of a limo with the sedan features, and the result is breathtaking. More than 15.5 million units sold for this particular vehicle, and the numbers are growing all the time.

  1. Ford Model T

The Model T is one of the major best selling cars in the world. It had a small price especially in the later years of production, and this alone gave it a great advantage. It was also a versatile car at its time, and it sold more than 16.5 million units.

  1. Honda Accord

17.5 million units sold and a stellar performance are some of the things that make the Honda Accord a wonderful car and a unique investment even nowadays, more than 30 years after this model entered production.

  1. Honda Civic

This model was available in sedan, hatchback and coupe form, but at the same time it also has a great set of features both inside and out. It sold 18.5 million units until this date.

  1. Ford Escort

Ford Escort’s small price and the great updates it received throughout the years made it one of the most popular cars recently created, and this alone managed to bring in front plenty of unique results. The model sold more than 20 million units.

  1. Volkswagen Beetle

Volkswagen Beetle is more than a simple car, it’s an icon and it has one of the coolest designs out there. This alone, combined with fuel efficiency and other features made it easy for the car to sell close to 24 million units.

  1. Volkswagen Golf

There are lots of things that make Volkswagen Golf a best seller, as this car is not only very good performance-wise, but at the same time it brings in front a whole bunch of exciting feature. Many consider this a stellar model, so no wonder it sold more than 27.5 million units to date.

  1. Ford F-Series

Ford F-Series manages to take the helm on plenty of occasions for the company since it brings maybe the best pickup features in the US. This alone, combined with off-road versatility made it insanely popular, it sold around 35 million units up to date and the numbers are always increasing.

  1. Toyota Corolla

Toyota Corolla was a huge best seller for decades and it continues to sell just as well. With more than 40 million units sold, it’s definitely clear that Toyota Corolla is one of the best cars out there, since it offers a stellar price, a great fuel efficiency and all features that you might want, combined in a powerful and exciting package!


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