October 2015 YTD U.S. SUV And Crossover Sales Rankings - Top 97 Best-Selling SUVs In America - Every SUV Ranked

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The age that's brought us subcompact-car-based crossovers, on-road-performance-oriented Land Rovers, and more small luxury CUVs than you can shake a stick at has also brought with it a massive surge in the number of SUVs and crossovers sold in America.

Through the first ten months of 2015, U.S. sales of utility vehicles have grown 16%. 


U.S. SUV/Crossover Sales Rankings By Model - October 2016 YTD
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U.S. SUV/Crossover Sales Rankings By Model - September 2015 YTD
U.S. SUV/Crossover Sales Rankings By Model - October 2014 YTD


In October, specifically, category-wide volume jumped 28%, a strong follow-up to eptember's 31% year-over-year increase. So far this year, more than 5 million SUVs and crossovers have been sold, an increase of nearly 700,000 units in ten months. 

One quarter of those sales are generated by the five most popular nameplates: CR-V, Escape, RAV4, Rogue, Equinox.

All-new nameplates which weren't on sale at this stage a year ago are meaningful forces, as well. The Chevrolet Trax is America's 30th-ranked utility vehicle, the Jeep Renegade ranks 36th, the Lexus NX ranks 41st.


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One thing remains clear: the Honda CR-V will end 2015 as America's best-selling SUV, the fourth consecutive year that the CR-V has been the leader of the pack.


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U.S. Auto Sales Brand Rankings - October 2015 YTD
U.S. Vehicle Sales Rankings By Model - October 2015 YTD
U.S. Car Sales Rankings By Model - October 2015 YTD


Reminder: these are year-to-date rankings, but you can sort SUVs/crossovers by October volume by clicking the October 2015 column header, or you can rank SUVs/crossovers by improvements or declines using the % columns. Or, most importantly, you can list automakers together by selecting the SUV/Crossover column header.

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 • October 2016 • November 2015 • September 2015October 2014
Rank
SUV/Crossover
October 2015 YTD
October 2014 YTD
%
Change
October
2015
October
2014
% Change
#1Honda CR-V288,531270,2726.8%29,03229,257-0.8%
#2Ford Escape257,731255,0811.0%24,71924,919-0.8%
#3Toyota RAV4256,178223,59314.6%28,25621,52431.3%
#4Nissan Rogue238,146169,25340.7%24,93914,68569.8%
#5Chevrolet Equinox236,128202,40816.7%22,08617,60325.5%
#6Ford Explorer210,894175,14820.4%20,72316,49625.6%
#6.1Ford Explorer *190,276157,75820.6%18,74814,45529.7%
#6.2Ford Explorer Police Interceptor *20,61817,39018.6%1,9752,041-3.2%
#7Jeep Cherokee178,785143,84824.3%17,67315,71512.5%
#8Jeep Wrangler173,264147,73317.3%15,75113,66515.3%
#9Jeep Grand Cherokee157,899151,3034.4%16,05014,9937.1%
#10Subaru Forester144,740130,91110.6%15,17212,97117.0%
#11Toyota Highlander130,074117,63210.6%13,31612,10610.0%
#12Honda Pilot111,89388,15026.9%12,9137,90363.4%
#13Ford Edge105,72093,27613.3%10,0117,22538.6%
#14Chevrolet Traverse102,11887,45316.8%9,1557,89316.0%
#15Hyundai Santa Fe99,46087,72413.4%11,0608,81725.4%
#16Jeep Patriot98,91076,48229.3%10,1916,52456.2%
#17Kia Sorento94,35484,23412.0%8,5937,65612.2%
#18GMC Terrain93,38286,2478.3%9,9876,80346.8%
#19Mazda CX-591,27784,1818.4%9,2645,99154.6%
#20Dodge Journey88,92077,62114.6%9,5256,93537.3%
#21GMC Acadia82,35170,24117.2%6,9286,3688.8%
#22Toyota 4Runner79,49861,58229.1%8,5966,31136.2%
#23Lexus RX77,94084,273-7.5%8,0188,057-0.5%
#24Chevrolet Tahoe71,35278,440-9.0%6,6247,912-16.3%
#25Nissan Pathfinder68,58166,0913.8%5,5845,5420.8%
#26Cadillac SRX56,73245,34825.1%6,0203,64065.4%
#27Buick Encore55,91841,21335.7%6,6334,78038.8%
#28Jeep Compass52,98752,2191.5%6,1014,30141.9%
#29Buick Enclave51,48750,6481.7%4,7024,727-0.5%
#30Chevrolet Trax51,226------8,175------
#31Dodge Durango50,78252,866-3.9%4,6764,855-3.7%
#32Nissan Murano50,25039,09428.5%5,3504,27125.3%
#33Hyundai Tucson48,37440,55019.3%7,2983,592103%
#34Acura MDX47,86253,632-10.8%4,4055,324-17.3%
#35BMW X544,78236,37623.1%4,2923,35527.9%
#36Jeep Renegade44,626------7,795------
#37Kia Sportage43,48436,38619.5%4,4763,74319.6%
#38Acura RDX42,39336,27316.9%3,8913,17822.4%
#39Audi Q541,42933,68523.0%4,8633,57136.2%
#40Chevrolet Suburban39,30043,203-9.0%3,5854,615-22.3%
#41Lexus NX35,346------3,399------
#42Ford Expedition34,40736,411-5.5%3,9243,7205.5%
#43Honda HR-V33,727------4,502------
#44GMC Yukon33,53633,661-0.4%3,5252,97718.4%
#45Infiniti QX6033,04724,89832.7%3,6692,28560.6%
#46Mercedes-Benz M-Class31,85335,911-11.3%7043,797-81.5%
#47Mitsubishi Outlander Sport30,65525,62019.7%3,0942,46825.4%
#48Cadillac Escalade ^28,28123,49520.4%3,1512,14347.0%
#48.1Cadillac Escalade *16,81515,09511.4%1,8381,39032.2%
#48.2Cadillac Escalade EXT *1,31375474.4%11,4668,40036.5%
#49Volkswagen Tiguan27,03620,92329.2%4,8151,803167%
#50BMW X323,81128,808-17.3%3,0281,61088.1%
#51GMC Yukon XL23,66124,076-1.7%2,7222,14826.7%
#52Nissan Juke23,26634,021-31.6%1,8041,7682.0%
#53Mercedes-Benz GLK-Class22,31830,817-27.6%1,9412,588-25.0%
#54Mercedes-Benz GL-Class21,94220,1389.0%2,6132,4108.4%
#55Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class20,6722,998590%2,0252,0070.9%
#56Volvo XC6020,54615,55432.1%1,9121,65315.7%
#57Lincoln MKC20,2198,615135%1,9822,197-9.8%
#58Lexus GX46020,08317,93512.0%2,2231,93614.8%
#59Land Rover Range Rover Sport17,43714,70918.5%1,9061,07677.1%
#60Lincoln MKX17,35620,724-16.3%2,1891,9969.7%
#61Audi Q716,52714,84311.3%2,1061,73821.2%
#62Ford Flex16,47120,233-18.6%1,4091,697-17.0%
#63Mazda CX-915,64415,3112.2%1,4841,24119.6%
#64Mitsubishi Outlander15,40210,95840.6%2,040976109%
#65Land Rover Range Rover14,38810,32739.3%1,8031,23346.2%
#66Porsche Cayenne13,72113,6520.5%1,454712104%
#67Mini Countryman13,27819,159-30.7%1,2192,035-40.1%
#68Land Rover Range Rover Evoque12,1579,97721.9%1,26599127.6%
#69Infiniti QX8011,73810,00117.4%1,2061,05014.9%
#70Porsche Macan11,1895,390108%90874122.5%
#71BMW X110,85917,801-39.0%6012,073-71.0%
#72Nissan Armada10,76910,0087.6%9709225.2%
#73Audi Q310,6192,018426%88768329.9%
#74Toyota Sequoia10,6029,57510.7%1,30391143.0%
#75Nissan Xterra10,43314,281-26.9%4211,081-61.1%
#76Lincoln Navigator9,7547,20835.3%9941,320-24.7%
#77Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class9,470------4,176------
#78Volvo XC907,4063,79795.0%2,565267861%
#79Land Rover LR46,7893,63087.0%869130568%
#80Volkswagen Touareg6,1545,7786.5%84057845.3%
#81BMW X65,6873,01788.5%560192,847%
#82Fiat 500X5,634------2,178------
#83BMW X44,9731,400255%49235737.8%
#84Land Rover Discovery Sport4,757------1,356------
#85Infiniti QX704,4304,3511.8%48035834.1%
#86Lincoln MKT3,8654,063-4.9%45633834.9%
#87Mazda CX-33,420------1,382------
#88Infiniti QX503,1072,30834.6%989192415%
#89Mercedes-Benz G-Class2,7412,42113.2%30323330.0%
#90Lexus LX5702,4803,122-20.6%216358-39.7%
#91Toyota Land Cruiser1,9432,473-21.4%186264-29.5%
#92Mini Paceman1,3401,682-20.3%23183-87.4%
#93Toyota FJ Cruiser22513,602-98.3%1949-99.9%
#94Land Rover LR2743,424-97.8%---213-100%
#95Chevrolet Captiva Sport5535,275-99.8%---32-100%
T96Acura ZDX273-97.3%---4-100%
T96Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class2------2------
#98Subaru Tribeca---693-100%---9-100%
#99Hyundai Veracruz---1-100%---------

Total
5,057,0624,375,83615.6% 528,700 412,293 28.2%

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Source: Automakers & ANDC

* Italicized, asterisked, 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.
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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