Car sales are already in full swing for 2020. An estimated 14.5 to 16.4 million vehicles are expected to be sold this year. Judging from the 2020 lineup of new vehicles and units already sold, it seems the market is already on its way to reaching that goal. Carmakers are keeping up production by releasing tried and true vehicles with enhanced capabilities, technology and design features. And this means consumers have many choices of cars, trucks and SUVs.

For the 2020 model year, vehicles feature modern designs and sleek, luxurious finishes. Whether you decide to go with a reliable car, tough truck or multifunctional SUV, there are plenty of new options available at your local dealership – and even online.

Here are the best-selling cars, trucks and SUVs that drivers are loving in 2020.

2020 Ford F-150

Price: Starting at $28,745

The Ford F-150 is the most popular truck, hands down. It’s expected to be the best selling vehicle in America for the first quarter of 2020. The 2020 F-150 is sold in seven different models, with the most affordable starting at $28,745 for the F-2150 XL. This iconic truck continues to one-up itself each year, especially with this latest series. Noteworthy features include a two-bar style grille on the exterior, luxe six-passenger seating and advanced safety technology.

2020 Chevy Silverado

Price: Starting at $28,300

With the 2020 Chevy Silverado, you’ll be getting a powerful engine and strong towing capacity. This efficient full-size pickup has a maximum payload of 2,250 pounds and available trailering for up to 13,400 pounds. Buyers can choose from six different engines to find a capability that’s right for them, such as the 3.0L Turbo-Diesel engine. It’s good on gas and offers an estimated 23 city or 33 highway miles per gallon.

2020 Ram 1500

Price: Starting at $32,145

If you’re looking for a multifunctional truck with a luxe interior, the 2020 Ram 1500 is a safe bet. It was awarded the Best Truck Brand of 2020 and even named a Consumer Guide Best Buy for 12 years and counting. Ram pickups have sold more than 128,000 units in the first quarter of 2020 alone. The latest version of the famous Ram 1500 comes in six different trim options and provides more than 100 standard safety and security features to customize and make your own.

2020 Toyota RAV4

Price: Starting at $25,950

Toyota has sold nearly 100,000 units of the RAV4 in the first quarter of 2020. This popular crossover SUV is sporty, and there are 10 different RAV4 models to choose from. One noteworthy model is the LE Hybrid. Its 2.5L 4-CYL Hybrid engine gives an estimated 41 city or 28 highway miles per gallon, with a starting price of $28,250.

2020 Honda CR-V

Price: Starting at $25,050

The 2020 CR-V was not only awarded 2020’s Best Buy for Compact SUV, but also the Best Compact SUV for the money. The new model comes in four trim levels and features an elevated exterior compared to last year’s models. Honda also released its first edition of CR-V Hybrids in the United States for 2020, which is expected to become the best-selling hybrid in the country. It’s an electric option that gives 212 total system horsepower and equal versatility as the traditional CR-V models currently do.

2020 Chevrolet Equinox

Price: Starting at $23,800

For a small SUV, the 2020 Equinox packs a powerful punch. The latest models give drivers 252 horsepower, 260 pounds of torque and 3,500 pound towing capacity with a 2.0L turbo engine and 9-speed automatic transmission. Available in four different trims, each model has an elegant and smooth exterior with a selection of safety features inside. Plus, the Equinox has already sold nearly 74,000 units in the first quarter of 2020.

2020 Nissan Rogue

Price: Starting at $25,300

The Nissan Rogue continues to be a popular choice for an SUV in 2020, with nearly 60,000 units sold in the first quarter. The latest Rogue lineup offers a choice of three different trims for either a four-wheel or all-wheel drive models. The capability of this crossover is impressive, especially with all-wheel drive. Technology allows for a smooth ride and an array of safety features can adapt through changing road conditions.

2020 Toyota Camry

Price: Starting at $24,425

The 2020 Camry is a classy looking vehicle with all-wheel drive capabilities. It has optimized fuel economy, advanced tech features and a smooth ride that was tested by Toyota’s Racing Development team. There’s also three different Hybrid models available that boast equally impressive performance. The Camry was deemed a 5-Star Overall Safety rating thanks to its Pre-Collision System with pedestrian detection and other nifty features.

2020 Toyota Corolla

Price: Starting at $19,600

One of the most affordable and reliable vehicles on the market got a major update for the 2020 model year. The Toyota Corolla continues to sell a steady amount of units, and the new models include highlights like 8-inch touch display, Toyota Safety Sense technology and sporty exterior. The Hybrid version of the Corolla, which comes with a 10-year enhanced Hybrid Battery Warranty, was also named the 2020 Green Car of the Year.

2020 Honda Civic

Price: Starting at $20,650

Honda continues to push a new and improved Civic each year, and 2020 is no exception. The carmaker’s latest sedan is affordable and sleek. It comes in five different trims, available with the Honda Sensing technology that helps drivers with parking, lane assistance and automatic braking. Plus, the Honda Civic was named the 2020 Best Buy for Compact Car.

Which Car, Truck or SUV Is Your Favorite?

Take your pick and decide which 2020 vehicle is best for you. Each model offers a variety of special features and performance capabilities. Decide which elements are most important to you and compare the specs to see how they match up against each other.

Visit the company’s website to customize your desired vehicle and get an idea of how much it will cost before heading to the dealership. Whichever one you decide to go with, it’s guaranteed to be stylish and look good driving on the road.

This article was worked on by a variety of people from the Autoversed team, including freelancers, editors, and/or other full-time employees.