What Are the Hottest Selling Cars in the USA in 2014?

Whether you’re a car enthusiast or not, it’s important that you make the right decision when it’s time to buy a new ride, right? After all, you’ll be spending a considerable amount for such purchase. You can check out auto reviews to get a good idea. To further help you make up your mind on your next automobile, here are some of the hottest selling cars you’ll find in the US this year.

1. Chevrolet Equinox


September 2014 Sales: 17,266

Estimated Price: $16,907 – $23,986

Fuel Economy: 25 – 36 mpg

If you’re someone who wants a versatile yet solid crossover, you’ll love the Chevrolet Equinox. Although the Equinox is not as hot-selling as those offerings from Toyota and Honda, its sales records show that it’s one of the top 15 most sellable cars this year. In fact, it ranked number 9 in US News & World Report’s Affordable Compact SUVs. You have to see full reviews of this cool ride to fully understand just awesome it is. This new addition from Chevrolet has 4 trim levels: LTZ, LS, 1LT and 2LT. It can also come in front-wheel or four-wheel drive. Its standard drivetrain is a 182-horsepower 2.4-liter direct injection 4-cylinder and 6-speed automatic transmission. But for the LT and LTZ trims, you can have a 301-hp 3.6-liter direct injection V6.

2. Nissan Altima


September 2014 Sales: 21,675

Estimated Price: $20,867 – $29,531

Fuel Economy: 27 – 38 mpg

Ranking at number 7 in the Affordable Midsize Cars by the US News & World Report, the Nissan Altima comes with a sharp, sleek look with well-designed interiors and sporty driving dynamics. Although it’s a midsize, this sedan comes with either a 270-hp 3.5-liter or 182-hp 2.5-liter V6 engine, both of which are paired with a next-generation CVT (continuously variable transmission). Some of its notable features that are both standard and optional include passive entry with push button ignition, Advanced Drive-Assist Display, LED taillights, heated leather-wrapped steering wheel, Bluetooth streaming audio, Xenon headlights, rear view camera and navigation.

3. Hyundai Elantra


September 2014 Sales: 18, 848

Estimated Price: $16,687 – $20,766

Fuel Economy: 27 – 37 mpg

Although the Hyundai Elantra comes in a small package, it’s packed with all the standard features. These include exterior mirrors that are equipped with turn signals, 17-inch aluminum wheels, power sunroofs and heated front and rear seats. Plus, it’s available in both coupe and sedan body styles, both of which have seating for 5 people and a class-topping cargo capacity. The Elantra comes in either a 145-hp 1.8 liter 4-cylinder or a 173-hp 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine. You can choose between a 6-speed manual and a 6-speed automatic transmission. All of these explains why the Elantra has gotten pretty good reviews. With all these in mind, you should be able to bag the car of your dreams. Be sure to check out auto reviews so you can make informed decisions.

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