America's 15 Best-Selling European SUVs And Crossovers - September 2014 YTD

For a change, we thought today we would profile a more specific sub-set of the American new vehicle marketplace. The vast majority of European brand SUV/crossover nameplates weren't even available or thought of little more than a decade ago, yet now they form an integral part of their respective automakers' lineups.


Top 20 Best-Selling SUVs In America - September 2014
Top 20 Best-Selling Cars In America - September 2014


These are the 15 best-selling European brand SUVs and crossovers in the United States through the first nine months of 2014, led most interestingly by two of the more established nameplates. The BMW X5 went on sale in the United States for the 2000 model year; the Mercedes-Benz ML two years earlier. Click here to see all SUVs and crossovers ranked by year-to-date U.S. volume.

Rank
Best-Selling European
Auto Brand SUV/Crossover
September
2014 YTD
September
2013 YTD

Change
#1
BMW X5
33,02131,2805.6%
#2
Mercedes-Benz M-Class
32,11429,4009.2%
#3
Audi Q5
30,11428,5995.3%
#4
Mercedes-Benz GLK-Class
28,22923,28521.2%
#5
BMW X3
27,19820,06535.5%
#6
Volkswagen Tiguan
19,12023,150-17.4%
#7
Mercedes-Benz GL-Class
17,72822,182-20.1%
#8
Mini Countryman
17,12415,5969.8%
#9
BMW X1
15,72818,348-14.3%
#10
Volvo XC60
13,90115,441-10.0%
#11
Land Rover Range Rover Sport
13,63310,98424.1%
#12
Audi Q7
13,10510,77221.7%
#13
Porsche Cayenne
12,94013,913-7.0%
#14
Land Rover Range Rover
909484058.2%
#15
Land Rover Range Rover Evoque
8986816910.0%
Source: Automakers & ANDC

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