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

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As U.S. auto sales volume expanded by just 1% in a shorter-than-normal November sales month, SUV/crossover volume jumped 12%, a gain of 54,000 units.

The shorter sales month wasn't the only thing working against the growth of the SUV/crossover market. The two most popular utility vehicles in America heading into November – the Honda CR-V and Ford Escape – posted 20% and 19% year-over-year losses, respectively, last month.


U.S. SUV/Crossover Sales Rankings By Model - 2015 Year End
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With joint CR-V/Escape sales falling by 11,168 units, the achievement of the overall utility vehicle market stands out as being all the more impressive. 

The addition of new product played a significant role in elevating the sector.


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Six crossovers not on sale at this stage a year ago, or at least not for the duration of November 2014, combined for 23,771 U.S. sales in November 2015, 5% of the sector's total volume.


Those vehicles – Trax, Renegade, HR-V, 500X, CX-3, NX – are surely stealing a measure of sales from established nameplates, but it's worth noting that the SUV/crossover arena would be larger this year than last even without the impact of those new nameplates.

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.



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


Reminder: these are year-to-date rankings, but you can sort SUVs/crossovers by November volume by clicking the November 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 • December 2015 • October 2015November 2014
Rank
SUV/Crossover
November 2015 YTD
November 2014 YTD
%
Change
November
2015
November
2014
% Change
#1Honda CR-V314,462302,6503.9%25,93132,378-19.9%
#2Toyota RAV4283,546244,70115.9%27,36821,10829.7%
#3Ford Escape278,538280,609-0.7%20,80725,528-18.5%
#4Nissan Rogue260,711184,32041.4%22,56515,06749.8%
#5Chevrolet Equinox255,762220,94415.8%19,63418,5365.9%
#6Ford Explorer227,584191,53018.8%16,69016,3821.9%
#6.1Ford Explorer *205,417172,70718.9%15,14114,9491.3%
#6.2Ford Explorer Police Interceptor *22,16718,82317.8%1,5491,4338.1%
#7Jeep Cherokee196,211160,79322.0%17,42616,9452.8%
#8Jeep Wrangler187,111161,32516.0%13,84713,5921.9%
#9Jeep Grand Cherokee174,950166,6105.0%17,05115,30711.4%
#10Subaru Forester158,395144,7909.4%13,65513,879-1.6%
#11Toyota Highlander142,815131,1088.9%12,74113,476-5.5%
#12Honda Pilot122,86897,37826.2%10,9759,22818.9%
#13Ford Edge113,857100,92412.8%8,1377,6486.4%
#14Chevrolet Traverse110,80295,28916.3%8,6847,83610.8%
#15Hyundai Santa Fe108,61697,51111.4%9,1569,787-6.4%
#16Jeep Patriot107,25884,02827.6%8,3487,54610.6%
#17Kia Sorento103,37792,83211.4%9,0238,5984.9%
#18GMC Terrain102,38193,9848.9%8,9997,73716.3%
#19Mazda CX-5100,03391,4019.4%8,7567,22021.3%
#20Dodge Journey96,71885,15113.6%7,7987,5303.6%
#21GMC Acadia89,12776,64916.3%6,7766,4085.7%
#22Lexus RX88,71193,865-5.5%10,7719,59212.3%
#23Toyota 4Runner87,08168,76226.6%7,5837,1805.6%
#24Chevrolet Tahoe78,56986,467-9.1%7,2178,027-10.1%
#25Nissan Pathfinder73,67572,3221.9%5,0946,231-18.2%
#26Cadillac SRX61,81948,67927.0%5,0873,33152.7%
#27Buick Encore61,05145,79033.3%5,1334,57712.1%
#28Jeep Compass57,87356,3182.8%4,8864,09919.2%
#29Chevrolet Trax57,707------6,481------
#30Dodge Durango56,56258,279-2.9%5,7805,4136.8%
#31Buick Enclave56,14554,9072.3%4,6584,2599.4%
#32Nissan Murano55,82442,93430.0%5,5743,84045.2%
#33Hyundai Tucson55,28044,19225.1%6,9063,64289.6%
#34Jeep Renegade51,971------7,345------
#35Acura MDX51,95458,842-11.7%4,0925,210-21.5%
#36BMW X548,74740,93319.1%3,9654,557-13.0%
#37Kia Sportage47,69539,64720.3%4,2113,26129.1%
#38Acura RDX46,08439,70916.1%3,6913,4367.4%
#39Audi Q545,94937,86921.3%4,5204,1848.0%
#40Chevrolet Suburban44,51648,248-7.7%5,2165,0453.4%
#41Lexus NX38,63022175,491%3,2842214,827%
#42GMC Yukon37,46136,8401.7%3,9253,17923.5%
#43Ford Expedition37,38740,393-7.4%2,9803,982-25.2%
#44Honda HR-V37,232------3,505------
#45Infiniti QX6036,78327,82532.2%3,7362,92727.6%
#46Mitsubishi Outlander Sport33,61028,29918.8%2,9552,67910.3%
#47Mercedes-Benz M-Class32,22041,101-21.6%3675,190-92.9%
#48Cadillac Escalade31,26226,72917.0%2,9813,234-7.8%
#48.1Cadillac Escalade *18,48717,2017.5%1,6722,106-20.6%
#48.2Cadillac Escalade ESV *12,7759,52834.1%1,3091,12816.0%
#49Volkswagen Tiguan30,94323,00534.5%3,9072,08287.7%
#50BMW X328,79831,029-7.2%4,9872,221125%
#51GMC Yukon XL26,79826,4921.2%3,1372,41629.8%
#52Nissan Juke25,16336,029-30.2%1,8972,008-5.5%
#53Mercedes-Benz GL-Class24,85823,2037.1%2,9163,065-4.9%
#54Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class23,3934,810386%2,7211,81250.2%
#55Mercedes-Benz GLK-Class23,02933,143-30.5%7112,326-69.4%
#56Volvo XC6022,62317,19731.6%2,0771,64326.4%
#57Lexus GX46022,09419,97810.6%2,0112,043-1.6%
#58Lincoln MKC22,02410,767105%1,8052,152-16.1%
#59Lincoln MKX19,23922,326-13.8%1,8831,60217.5%
#60Land Rover Range Rover Sport19,21315,86121.1%1,7761,15254.2%
#61Ford Flex17,83522,036-19.1%1,3641,803-24.3%
#62Audi Q717,80616,5897.3%1,2791,746-26.7%
#63Mitsubishi Outlander17,11911,97243.0%1,7171,01469.3%
#64Mazda CX-916,84616,7480.6%1,2021,437-16.4%
#65Land Rover Range Rover15,98611,34840.9%1,5981,02156.5%
#66Porsche Cayenne15,24415,271-0.2%1,5231,619-5.9%
#67Mini Countryman14,53820,704-29.8%1,2601,545-18.4%
#68Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class14,353------4,883------
#69Infiniti QX8013,47511,32019.0%1,7371,31931.7%
#70Land Rover Range Rover Evoque13,21311,01420.0%1,0561,0371.8%
#71BMW X112,65120,217-37.4%1,7922,416-25.8%
#72Porsche Macan12,1516,37790.5%962987-2.5%
#73Audi Q311,7282,753326%1,10973550.9%
#74Nissan Armada11,58111,2323.1%8121,224-33.7%
#75Toyota Sequoia11,57610,5459.8%9749700.4%
#76Lincoln Navigator10,7148,64124.0%9601,433-33.0%
#77Nissan Xterra10,60215,368-31.0%1691,087-84.5%
#78Volvo XC909,6423,884148%2,236872,470%
#79Land Rover LR47,7163,94395.7%927313196%
#80Fiat 500X7,467------1,833------
#81Volkswagen Touareg6,5516,3563.1%397578-31.3%
#82BMW X66,3593,43885.0%67242159.6%
#83Land Rover Discovery Sport5,937------1,180------
#84BMW X45,5451,889194%57248917.0%
#85Infiniti QX705,0404,7655.8%61041447.3%
#86Mazda CX-34,743------1,323------
#87Lincoln MKT4,2904,444-3.5%42538111.5%
#88Infiniti QX504,0152,50360.4%908195366%
#89Mercedes-Benz G-Class3,0752,71513.3%33429413.6%
#90Lexus LX5702,9923,547-15.6%51242520.5%
#91Toyota Land Cruiser2,3372,793-16.3%39432023.1%
#92Mini Paceman1,6701,953-14.5%33027121.8%
#93Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class507------505------
#94Toyota FJ Cruiser22614,316-98.4%1714-99.9%
#95Land Rover LR2763,545-97.9%2121-98.3%
#96Chevrolet Captiva Sport5535,353-99.8%---78-100%
#97Acura ZDX276-97.4%---3-100%
#98Subaru Tribeca---723-100%---30-100%
#99Hyundai Veracruz---1-100%---------

Total
5,550,7584,815,71815.3% 493,696 439,882 12.2%

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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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