2013 Ford F-150

The Ford F-Series was the best-selling vehicle in the United States in 2013. Shocking, we know. Ford's pickup has held onto this spot for the last 32 years, and has had the honor of being the country's best-selling truck for 37 years.

To no one's surprise, the Chevrolet Silverado took second place in 2013, with America's best-selling car, the Toyota Camry, landing in third. This one-two-three lineup is the same as what we saw in 2012, and honestly, the rest of the 2013 list is very similar to the previous year, too. No cars were added or removed from the list, but many vehicles moved up or down a few spots.

The big news for 2013 was just how drastically truck sales increased, with the F-Series, Silverado and Ram posting increases of 148,086, 62,102 and 62,310 units, respectively. (Ford moved a whopping 793,402 F-Series models in 2013 – that's like selling one every 40 seconds.) Of the other vehicles on the list, the one with the largest year-over-year increase was the Honda Accord, up 34,806 units to a total of 366,678 in 2013.

Want to see how everything else shook out for the year? Scroll down for the full list.

10. Ford Escape
Units sold: 295,993
Last year: 10th place

9. Toyota Corolla
Units sold: 302,180
Last year: 8th place

8. Honda CR-V
Units sold: 303,904
Last year: 9th place

7. Nissan Altima
Units sold: 320,373
Last year: 6th place

6. Honda Civic
Units sold: 336,180
Last year: 5th place

5. Ram Pickup
Units sold: 355,673
Last year: 7th place

4. Honda Accord
Units sold: 366,678
Last year: 4th place

3. Toyota Camry
Units sold: 408,484
Last year: 3rd place

2. Chevrolet Silverado
Units sold: 480,414
Last year: 2nd place

1. Ford F-Series
Units sold: 793,402
Last year: 1st place