November 2013 U.S. SUV And Crossover Sales Rankings - Top 91 Best-Selling SUVs In America - Every SUV Ranked

32.3% of the new vehicles sold in the United States in November 2013 were SUVs and crossovers of one kind or another. That's up from 31.5% a year ago. Year-over-year, SUV and crossover sales grew 11.7% as the overall industry collectively rose 8.7%. GCBC has ranked all 91 SUV/CUV nameplates by their November 2013 YTD U.S. sales in the exhaustive and oh-so-sortable table below.
2013 Ford Edge Concept
Ford's Concept From The LA Auto Show Previews The Next Edge.
Through eleven months, SUVs and crossovers are responsible for 30.3% of the U.S. auto industry's volume, up more than a full percentage point from 29.2% during the same period in 2012.


468,560 of the industry's 1.09 million extra sales have been produced by vehicles like the Honda CR-V, Ford Escape, Chevrolet Equinox, Toyota RAV4, Ford Explorer, and Jeep Grand Cherokee. America's twelve favourite utility vehicles have all sold more often this year than they did in 2012. From among those twelve, the biggest year-over-year percentage improvement came from the Subaru Forester, up 63%. On a strict volume basis, the Forester's gains are most noteworthy, as well, as Subaru has sold 42,780 more Foresters over the last eleven months than during the first eleven months of 2012.
2013 Chevrolet Equinox
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More Equinoxes In 2013 (In 11 Months) Than In Any Previous Year In The Model's History.
General Motors, Ford Motor Company, and the Chrysler Group are responsible for 48.3% of the SUVs and crossovers sold so far this year. More than three quarters of Chrysler's total is Jeep-derived. The Escape and Edge bring in 59% of FoMoCo's utility vehicle volume. More than one-third of GM's SUV sales strem from the Equinox and Terrain. GM relies on SUVs and crossovers for 33.5% of its U.S. volume. Ford needs utilities to form 28.9% of its U.S. volume. 34.7% of the Chrysler Group's sales come from SUVs and crossovers. Jeep was the group's best-selling brand in November.
2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee White
The Cherokee's November 2013 Sales Figures Were Noteworthy,
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There were exciting improvements introduced in last month's ranking of vehicle sales. Prior year figures now include the actual numbers from last year, not just the percentage increase from last year. As a result, we've also included vehicles like the Dodge Nitro and Suzuki XL7, nameplates which collected sales in 2012 but not this year. At any time, click the Rank column to return to the original format. If you're on a mobile device, you may need to choose the full version of the site (at the bottom of the page) in order to use the sortable function.

Reminder: these are year-to-date rankings, but you can sort SUVs by November volume by clicking the November 2013 column header, or you can rank SUVs and crossovers by improvements or declines using the % columns. Or, most importantly, you can list automakers together by selecting the Vehicle 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 • November 2014 • December 2013 • October 2013
Rank
SUV/Crossover
November
2013
YTD
November
2012
YTD
%
Change
November
2013
November
2012
% Change
#1
Honda CR-V
275,145
255,919
7.5%
23,509
22,333
5.3%
#2
Ford Escape
271,531
240,877
12.7%
20,988
20,970
0.1%
#3
Chevrolet Equinox
220,980
199,070
11.0%
18,397
16,821
9.4%
#4
Toyota RAV4
197,279
157,526
25.2%
19,447
12,423
56.5%
#5
Ford Explorer
175,490
146,963
19.4%
14,268
14,940
-4.5%
#5.1
Ford Explorer *
162,651
141,649
14.8%
13,220
14,456
-8.6%
#5.2
Ford Explorer Police Interceptor *
12,839
5,314
142%
1,048
484
117%
#6
Jeep Grand Cherokee
157,758
137,613
14.6%
14,798
13,619
8.7%
#7
Nissan Rogue
148,075
130,861
13.2%
10,487
12,662
-17.2%
#8
Jeep Wrangler
143,474
130,124
10.3%
11,753
10,337
13.7%
#9
Honda Pilot
117,707
103,482
13.7%
8,150
9,366
-13.0%
#10
Ford Edge
117,031
115,535
1.3%
8,761
10,142
-13.6%
#11
Toyota Highlander
115,228
108,864
5.8%
11,544
9,474
21.8%
#12
Subaru Forester
110,363
67,583
63.3%
13,410
5,703
135%
#13
Kia Sorento
98,167
108,630
-9.6%
8,645
10,851
-20.3%
#14
GMC Terrain
91,527
86,270
6.1%
6,821
8,158
-16.4%
#15
Lexus RX
90,751
82,847
9.5%
9,493
8,871
7.0%
#16
Chevrolet Traverse
88,665
78,176
13.4%
6,889
5,697
20.9%
#17
Nissan Pathfinder
81,957
34,682
136%
6,801
8,097
-16.0%
#18
GMC Acadia
81,870
73,101
12.0%
7,566
3,631
108%
#19
Hyundai Santa Fe
80,595
63,737
26.4%
9,657
6,754
43.0%
#20
Dodge Journey
76,317
71,875
6.2%
5,155
6,569
-21.5%
#21
Chevrolet Tahoe
74,856
60,302
24.1%
7,272
5,895
23.4%
#22
Mazda CX-5
72,824
37,363
94.9%
6,323
4,213
50.1%
#23
Jeep Patriot
69,639
57,444
21.2%
5,148
4,174
23.3%
#24
Buick Enclave
55,715
50,651
10.0%
4,687
4,817
-2.7%
#25
Dodge Durango
55,351
37,373
48.1%
5,581
4,091
36.4%
#26
Cadillac SRX
50,702
51,085
-0.7%
4,823
5,340
-9.7%
#27
Jeep Compass
49,459
37,104
33.3%
3,547
2,715
30.6%
#28
Toyota 4Runner
46,525
43,531
6.9%
4,681
4,218
11.0%
#29
Acura MDX
46,502
45,785
1.6%
6,091
3,368
80.8%
#30
Chevrolet Suburban
45,440
42,160
7.8%
5,212
4,705
10.8%
#31
Chevrolet Captiva Sport
44,966
34,228
31.4%
4,476
3,672
21.9%
#32
Acura RDX
40,535
25,496
59.0%
3,663
3,036
20.7%
#33
Nissan Murano
40,000
47,676
-16.1%
5,720
5,129
11.5%
#34
Hyundai Tucson
38,192
45,133
-15.4%
3,285
3,838
-14.4%
#35
BMW X5
37,865
38,723
-2.2%
4,445
4,801
-7.4%
#36
Mercedes-Benz M-Class
36,841
33,860
8.8%
4,328
3,894
11.1%
#37
Audi Q5
35,561
25,045
42.0%
3,582
2,724
31.5%
#38
Nissan Juke
35,081
33,619
4.3%
3,446
3,003
14.8%
#39
Ford Expedition
34,025
34,001
0.1%
3,492
2,831
23.3%
#40
Kia Sportage
30,438
34,661
-12.2%
4,693
2,269
107%
#41
Mercedes-Benz GLK-Class
29,324
26,360
11.2%
3,344
3,276
2.1%
#42
Buick Encore
29,195
---
--
2,663
---
---
#43
GMC Yukon XL
28,100
20,498
37.1%
2,665
2,535
5.1%
#44
Infiniti JX/QX60
27,858
18,966
46.9%
3,015
2,529
19.2%
#45
Mercedes-Benz GL-Class
27,673
22,931
20.7%
2,926
3,077
-4.9%
#46
Volkswagen Tiguan
27,538
28,421
-3.1%
2,235
2,815
-20.6%
#47
BMW X3
26,916
30,011
-10.3%
4,032
4,172
-3.4%
#48
GMC Yukon
24,705
23,876
3.5%
2,777
2,438
13.9%
#49
BMW X1
23,771
6,141
287%
2,364
2,088
13.2%
#50
Ford Flex
23,575
26,052
-9.5%
2,125
1,648
28.9%
#51
Mazda CX-9
23,089
21,089
9.5%
1,306
2,285
-42.8%
#52
Mitsubishi Outlander Sport
22,593
16,321
38.4%
2,059
1,520
35.5%
#53
Lincoln MKX
21,366
22,490
-5.0%
1,946
2,108
-7.7%
#54
Mini Countryman
19,270
18,788
2.6%
1,435
1,608
-10.8%
#55
Cadillac Escalade
18,297
18,400
-0.6%
1,751
1,653
5.9%
#55.1
Cadillac Escalade *
11,122
11,244
-1.1%
1,100
960
14.6%
#55.2
Cadillac Escalade ESV *
7,175
7,156
0.3%
651
693
-6.1%
#56
Volvo XC60
18,185
17,379
4.6%
1,500
2,067
-27.4%
#57
Porsche Cayenne
17,128
13,980
22.5%
1,546
1,949
-20.7%
#58
Nissan Xterra
16,178
15,843
2.1%
1,445
1,343
7.6%
#59
Audi Q7
13,699
9,515
44.0%
1,524
1,161
31.3%
#60
Land Rover Range Rover Sport
13,671
14,488
-5.6%
1,421
1,634
-13.0%
#61
Nissan Armada
12,920
15,938
-18.9%
1,260
1,817
-30.7%
#62
Toyota Sequoia
12,429
11,618
7.0%
1,201
1,363
-11.9%
#63
Toyota FJ Cruiser
11,826
12,145
-2.6%
1,150
1,164
-1.2%
#64
Infiniti QX56/QX80
11,398
13,078
-12.8%
1,243
2,121
-41.4%
#65
Mitsubishi Outlander
10,998
7,112
54.6%
1,399
585
139%
#66
Land Rover Range Rover
10,881
6,809
59.8%
1,292
352
267%
#67
Jeep Cherokee
10,748
---
---
10,169
---
---
#68
Lexus GX460
10,306
9,632
7.0%
1,703
1,003
69.8%
#69
Land Rover Range Rover Evoque
10,219
7,784
31.3%
1,091
904
20.7%
#70
Lincoln Navigator
7,671
7,289
5.2%
762
675
12.9%
#71
Volkswagen Touareg
7,415
9,145
-18.9%
570
1,068
-46.6%
#72
Land Rover LR4
6,545
6,542
0.1%
493
563
-12.4%
#73
Volvo XC90
6,157
8,640
-28.7%
504
792
-36.4%
#74
Jeep Liberty
6,101
71,975
-91.5%
-
4,202
-100%
#75
Infiniti FX/QX70
5,794
9,436
-38.6%
547
1,191
-54.1%
#76
Lincoln MKT
5,416
6,441
-15.9%
431
537
-19.7%
#77
BMW X6
4,827
5,710
-15.5%
496
813
-39.0%
#78
Lexus LX570
3,950
4,511
-12.4%
514
385
33.5%
#79
Land Rover LR2
2,930
2,867
2.2%
304
234
29.9%
#80
Toyota Land Cruiser
2,756
2,579
6.9%
276
246
12.2%
#81
Mini Paceman
2,612
---
---
631
---
---
#82
Mercedes-Benz G-Class
2,295
1,162
97.5%
223
251
-11.2%
#83
Infiniti EX/QX50
1,869
3,161
-40.9%
281
434
-35.3%
#84
Subaru Tribeca
1,455
1,886
-22.9%
107
164
-34.8%
#85
Suzuki Grand Vitara
1,037
4,616
-77.5%
----
333
-100%
#86
Acura ZDX
347
725
-52.1%
10
37
-73.0%
#87
Hyundai Veracruz
175
8,174
-97.9%
---
491
- 100%
#88
Mitsubishi Endeavor
24
493
-95.1%
---
5
-100%
#89
Honda Element
2
3
-33.3%
---
---
--
T90
Mazda Tribute
1
502
-99.8%
---
---
---
T90
Mazda CX-7
1
11,327
-99.99%
---
---
---
#271
Dodge Nitro
---
3,269
-100%
---
---
---
#277
Suzuki XL7
---
10
-100%
---
---
---
---
Total
4,303,6633,835,10312.2% 401,770 359,787 11.7%
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Source: Automakers & ANDC
* Italicized unranked lines are nothing more than available breakdowns, already included in the model's total, not in addition to the model's total.
^ 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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