CARS.COM — Among the industry’s 10 best-selling cars, July saw a reshuffle. The Ford Escape and Nissan Altima fell from the top 10, replaced by the Honda Accord and Toyota RAV4, both back after a one-month hiatus. The Honda CR-V jumped four spots to rank as the month’s bestselling non-pickup — a post it hasn’t held since December 2014. Shoppers drove CR-V sales up 13.3 percent as dealer inventory swelled: Honda had a 79-day supply of CR-V inventory in July versus just 47 days a year ago, according to Automotive News.
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The CR-V wasn’t the only small SUV with soaring sales. Nissan Rogue sales gained 32.8 percent despite no apparent year-over-year bump in cash incentives. That’s versus an also-good July 2015, and the vast majority of sales are now the current-generation Rogue, as the carryover Rogue Select has all but petered out in dealer inventory.
Here are the top 10 best-selling cars in July: