June 2013 U.S. SUV And Crossover Sales Rankings - Top 89 Best-Selling SUVs In America - Every SUV Ranked

America's five best-selling SUVs and crossovers all sold more than 100,000 copies in the first six months of 2013. Only the top three did so last year. Those five nameplates account for 27.3% of all U.S. utility vehicle sales this year.

Yes, the Ford Escape and Explorer, Honda CR-V, Chevrolet Equinox, and Toyota RAV4 are responsible for more than a quarter of all SUV/CUV sales in America, a number which rises to 29.4% if you include the Equinox-by-another-name, the GMC Terrain.


America's leading premium utility vehicle leader continues to be Lexus's RX, the 18th-ranked SUV, overall. RX volume is 91% better than the numbers achieved by the second-ranked premium SUV, Cadillac's SRX. Of course, every time a Lexus dealer sells an RX350 or RX450h, Ford sells three Escapes and is four-tenths of the way through selling a fourth. But that's the difference between mainstream and premium.


These are year-to-date rankings, but you can sort SUVs by June volume by clicking the June 2013 column header, or you can rank SUVs by improvements or declines using the % columns. Or, most importantly, you can list automakers together by selecting the SUV/Crossover column header. Just remember, the list is horizontally flipped from the norm: YTD on the left, monthly data on the right.

As always, you can find historical monthly and yearly sales figures for any of these vehicles by selecting a make and model at GCBC's Sales Stats page.

Click Column Headers To Sort - June 2014July 2013May 2013
Rank
SUV/Crossover
June 2013 
YTD
% Change
June
2013
% Change
#1
Ford Escape 156,626 + 23.2% 28,694 + 0.7%
#2
Honda CR-V 145,763 - 0.6% 26,572 + 14.1%
#3
Chevrolet Equinox 126,397 + 14.0% 23,645 + 13.7%
#4
Toyota RAV4 101,274 + 13.2% 20,540 + 35.8%
#5
Ford Explorer 101,243 + 30.0% 16,597 + 13.5%
#5.1
Ford Explorer 95,302 + 25.9% 15,588 + 11.2%
#5.2
Ford Explorer Police Interceptor 5941 + 173% 1009 + 67.3%
#6
Jeep Grand Cherokee 80,796 + 7.6% 16,626 + 32.9%
#7
Nissan Rogue 79,051 + 10.0% 15,518 + 41.1%
#8
Jeep Wrangler 77,728 + 9.7% 16,165 + 11.8%
#9
Ford Edge 68,971 + 5.4% 13,579 + 32.4%
#10
Honda Pilot 62,887 + 14.6% 12,085 + 21.3%
#11
Toyota Highlander 61,771 + 7.5% 11,090 + 6.9%
#12
Kia Sorento 53,387 - 7.2% 9341 - 13.7%
#13
Chevrolet Traverse 53,294 + 9.1% 10,295 + 7.6%
#14
Subaru Forester 50,748 + 36.8% 10,170 + 40.6%
#15
GMC Terrain 50,676 + 8.7% 8059 + 3.4%
#16
Nissan Pathfinder 46,539 + 203% 8360 + 209%
#17
GMC Acadia 46,492 + 10.3% 9174 - 6.3%
#18
Lexus RX 45,818 + 4.1% 8647 + 0.1%
#19
Dodge Journey 42,436 + 15.5% 5999 - 13.0%
#20
Hyundai Santa Fe 41,158 + 19.5% 7656 + 14.2%
#21
Chevrolet Tahoe 40,857 + 22.8% 5790 - 9.9%
#22
Jeep Patriot 38,115 + 16.5% 6690 + 19.7%
#23
Mazda CX-5 38,057 + 137% 6856 + 50.6%
#24
Buick Enclave 31,841 + 14.3% 5922 + 13.7%
#25
Dodge Durango 28,305 + 32.0% 4590 + 39.3%
#26
Jeep Compass 26,778 + 30.5% 5034 + 23.7%
#27
Toyota 4Runner 25,427 + 13.1% 4065 - 3.9%
#28
Chevrolet Captiva Sport 24,762 + 38.2% 2984 - 15.0%
#29
Cadillac SRX 23,990 - 5.7% 3912 - 8.2%
#30
Hyundai Tucson 22,207 - 6.8% 3800 - 10.2%
#31
Acura RDX 22,200 + 96.9% 4023 + 30.2%
#32
Chevrolet Suburban 21,663 - 6.1% 3813 - 25.8%
#33
BMW X5 21,459 + 7.4% 3406 - 15.2%
#34
Nissan Murano 20,587 - 24.3% 3178 - 29.0%
#35
Mercedes-Benz M-Class 19,312 - 6.4% 3651 + 26.3%
#36
Audi Q5 18,310+ 35.2% 3493 + 25.6%
#37
Acura MDX 18,214 - 24.5% 3828 - 25.3%
#38
Nissan Juke 17,778 - 5.1% 3360 + 8.4%
#39
Ford Expedition 17,741 - 4.7% 3211 - 4.5%
#40
Mercedes-Benz GLK 15,746 + 28.2% 2806 + 36.7%
#41
Volkswagen Tiguan 15,526 + 3.9% 2452 - 15.0%
#42
Kia Sportage 15,374 - 25.3% 2405 - 39.1%
#43
Mercedes-Benz GL-Class 14,946 + 29.0% 2419 + 24.8%
#44
Infiniti JX35 14,783 + 91.4% 2348 - 3.3%
#45
GMC Yukon XL 14,704 + 63.8% 1824 - 22.2%
#46
Mazda CX-9 14,672 + 32.1% 2015 + 10.0%
#47
BMW X3 14,240 - 1.2% 2981 + 5.5%
#48
Ford Flex 12,836 - 22.2% 2421 - 22.9%
#49
Mitsubishi Outlander Sport 12,447 + 54.6% 2634 + 80.3%
#50
Buick Encore 12,252 --- 2280 ---
#51
GMC Yukon 12,105 - 4.4% 1797 - 21.1%
#52
BMW X1 12,069 --- 1853 ---
#53
Lincoln MKX 11,651 - 6.3% 2014 + 4.8%
#54
Cadillac Escalade 9504- 2.4%1702- 6.6%
#54.1
Cadillac Escalade 5677 - 5.3% 1035 - 11.1%
#54.2
Cadillac Escalade ESV 3827 + 2.1% 667 + 1.4%
#55
Mini Countryman 10,563 + 14.1% 2089 + 14.8%
#56
Volvo XC60 10,553 + 24.0% 2431 + 49.5%
#57
Nissan Xterra 10,108 + 16.4% 1375 - 13.0%
#58
Porsche Cayenne 9519 + 46.7% 1823 + 76.6%
#59
Nissan Armada 7381 - 22.1% 1137 - 35.5%
#60
Land Rover Range Rover Sport 7195 - 0.2% 887 - 28.2%
#61
Toyota Sequoia 6693 + 7.1% 1145 + 4.8%
#62
Toyota FJ Cruiser 6594 + 3.4% 1382 + 28.7%
#63
Audi Q7 6580 + 47.9% 1227 + 78.3%
#64
Jeep Liberty 5988 - 85.9% 94 - 98.8%
#65
Infiniti QX56 5967 - 7.8% 912 - 12.6%
#66
Land Rover Range Rover Evoque 5440 + 24.9% 790 + 19.2%
#67
Land Rover Range Rover 5320 + 27.9% 902 + 22.9%
#68
Mitsubishi Outlander 5087 + 25.15 1085 + 57.9%
#69
Lexus GX460 4415 - 9.7% 884 + 9.4%
#70
Volkswagen Touareg 4330 - 4.1% 642 - 19.1%
#71
Lincoln Navigator 3829 - 0.7% 680 + 10.2%
#72
Infiniti FX 3616 - 23.0% 455 - 25.5%
#73
Land Rover LR4 3609 - 4.1% 618 - 10.3%
#74
Volvo XC90 3372 - 30.3% 624 - 17.7%
#75
Lincoln MKT 3256 - 10.7% 689 - 1.1%
#76
BMW X6 2796 - 1.4% 291 - 55.2%
#77
Lexus LX570 2016 - 21.5% 291 - 10.7%
#78
Toyota Land Cruiser 1484 + 24.8% 259 - 11.9%
#79
Land Rover LR2 1420 - 5.6% 271 - 3.6%
#80
Mercedes-Benz G-Class 1273 + 176% 231 + 362%
#81
Suzuki Grand Vitara 1037 - 59.5% --- - 100%
#82
Subaru Tribeca 866 - 20.6% 144 - 21.7%
#83
Infiniti EX 825 - 54.1% 151 - 42.4%
#84
Mini Paceman 714 --- 310 ---
#85
Acura ZDX 236 - 43.3% 44 - 30.2%
#86
Hyundai Veracruz 167 - 95.6% 10 - 98.5%
#87
Mitsubishi Endeavor 24 - 94.3% --- - 100%
T88
Honda Element 1 - 66.7% --- ---
T88
Mazda CX-7 1 - 100% --- - 100%
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Total
2,315,788+ 11.3%418,242 + 9.2%
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Source: Manufacturers & ANDC 
Red font indicates year-over-year declining sales.
^ Escalade here does not include sales of the EXT, which is shown with pickup trucks.
Italicized unranked lines are nothing more than available breakdowns, already included in the model's total, not in addition to the model's total. 

Rather than listing the 500L with the Mini Paceman and Countryman in these SUV/crossover rankings, it's with cars in large part because it is not available with all-wheel-drive. The placement of numerous crossovers often prompts disagreement, but consider the vehicle type's name: crossover. By its very definition, it crosses over from one category into another. The very act of calling, for example, the Toyota Venza a car or a utility vehicle requires ignorance of the fact that the Venza (or Outback, Crosstour, Encore, Countryman, 500L) is a square peg that can't be squeezed through a round hole. 

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