The World’s Best-Selling Cars Announced

Hold on to your hats, petrolheads, because in the electric corner of the automotive world, the Tesla Model Y has strutted its way to glory, claiming the title of the world’s best-selling car as of November 2023.

Sales of the Tesla Model Y shot up by a staggering 57.1%, reaching a jaw-dropping 1.06 million units. This surge propelled the electric wonder three positions up the charts, making it the reigning champion in global car sales. So long, Toyota Corolla, your reign has been electrically dethroned, with the Model Y leaving you in the dust, clocking in at 1.01 million units, a mere 0.7% increase for the former leader over the first 11 months of 2023.

Now, rounding off the top three is the steadfast Toyota RAV4. This Japanese crossover managed to move a substantial 819,780 units from January to November last year, showing a 3.6% increase compared to the automotive saga of 2022.

Shifting gears to the world of pickups, the Ford F-Series bulldozed its way into the fourth spot with an annual sales surge of 12%, totaling an impressive 777,231 units.

Next up in the rankings is the Honda CR-V, making strides by climbing one position and being snatched up 629,765 times, marking a commendable 15.2% increase. However, the once-mighty Toyota Camry found itself a step down the ladder, witnessing a 5.9% dip in sales, with 572,015 units finding new homes.

Taking the seventh spot is the Hyundai Tucson, a crossover sensation with 562,211 sales, boasting a robust 13% growth. The Chevrolet Silverado, holding its own with 535,957 sales, managed to secure the eighth position in the November 2023 showdown, with a modest 0.1% uptick.

Bringing up the rear are the ever-reliable Toyota Hilux, notching 521,633 sales with a 3.9% decline, and another pickup contender, the RAM, sliding down one position with 471,613 new registrations, showing a 5.8% decrease in its race for supremacy.

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