Mexico's main exports are cars, crude petroleum, video displays, computers and delivery trucks. As of 2014, the United States is Mexico's largest export destination.
In 2013, Mexico's main exports to the United States were electrical and mechanical machinery, medical and optical instrumentation, vehicles, mineral fuel and crude oil. Mexico also exported $17.7 billion worth of agricultural products to the United States, such as vegetables, wine, beer, fruit, chocolate and other snack foods. Overall, Mexico was the third largest exporter to the United States that year, with the total goods exported equaling $280.5 billion.
As of 2014, the major imports to Mexico include telephones, computers, office machine parts, broadcasting accessories and cars. In 2013, some of Mexico's main imports from the United States included soybeans, poultry, corn, pork, dairy, plastic, vehicles, machinery, fuel and oil with a total of $226.2 billion.