Top 20 Best-Selling SUVs In America - May 2014

The Honda CR-V and Ford Escape both crested the 30K barrier in total U.S. sales in May 2014 as the American auto market's positive numbers spread broadly across the SUV/crossover sector. 

The CR-V was America's top-selling utility vehicle in May 2014; it leads the Escape by a narrow 783-unit margin heading into June. Only four of the 20 top-selling SUVs and crossovers reported year-over-year decreases. In the cases of Chevrolet's Equinox and Tahoe, the decreases were very slight. The two Chevys were joined by a sibling, the 15th-ranked Traverse, in the top 20. 


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The other two decliners, Ford's Edge and Honda's Pilot, are both fast-approaching replacement.

In the top 20, there were two Hondas, three Fords, two Toyotas and a Lexus, three Jeeps and a Dodge, one Nissan, one Subaru, one Hyundai, one Kia, and one Mazda.


All 258 Autos Ranked By May 2014 & YTD U.S. Sales
All 88 SUVs Ranked By May 2014 & YTD U.S. Sales


Historical monthly and yearly sales figures for any of these best-selling SUVs and crossovers can always be accessed through the dropdown menu at GCBC's Sales Stats page, and for those not viewing the mobile version of this site, near the top right of this page, as well. GoodCarBadCar has already published the list of America's best-selling trucks in May and will shortly publish the list of America's most popular cars.

May 2015 • June 2014 • April 2014May 2013
Rank
Best-Selling SUV/Crossover
May
2014
May
2013
%
Change
2014
YTD
2013
YTD
%
Change
#1
Honda CR-V
32,43027,29818.8%128,563 119,191 7.9%
#2
Ford Escape
31,896 29,123 9.5% 127,780 127,932 -0.1%
#3
Toyota RAV4
23,465 20,780 12.9% 95,363 80,734 18.1%
#4
Chevrolet Equinox
22,695 22,918 -1.0% 99,083 102,752 -3.6%
#5
Ford Explorer
22,623 18,009 25.6% 87,170 84,646 3.0%
#6
Jeep Wrangler
19,235 16,272 18.2% 69,298 61,563 12.6%
#7
Nissan Rogue
18,722 17,333 8.0% 84,236 63,533 32.6%
#8
Jeep Grand Cherokee
18,068 16,034 12.7% 74,558 64,170 16.2%
#9
Jeep Cherokee
15,992 --- --- 67,095 --- ---
#10
Subaru Forester
14,146 10,068 40.5% 61,083 40,578 50.5%
#11
Toyota Highlander
12,329 11,360 8.5% 60,583 50,681 19.5%
#12
Ford Edge
10,756 13,501 -20.3% 51,368 55,392 -7.3%
#13
Hyundai Santa Fe
10,638 7116 49.5% 43,075 33,502 28.6%
#14
Kia Sorento
10,548 9182 14.9% 42,090 44,046 -4.4%
#15
Chevrolet Traverse
10,108 8182 23.5% 41,461 42,999 -3.6%
#16
Honda Pilot
10,054 11,963 -16.0% 40,850 50,802 -19.6%
#17
Lexus RX
9476 8714 8.7% 38,838 37,171 4.5%
#18
Mazda CX-5
9291 7128 30.3% 42,332 31,199 35.7%
#19
Chevrolet Tahoe
9229 9243 -0.2% 34,691 35,067 -1.1%
#20
Dodge Journey
8833 6663 32.6% 39,703 36,437 9.0%
Source: Automakers

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