February 2016 YTD U.S. SUV And Crossover Sales Rankings - Top 96 Best-Selling SUVs In America - Every SUV Ranked

2015 Jeep Renegade
America's auto industry reported a collective 7% increase in new vehicle sales volume in February 2016. Wrapped inside the market's 1.34 million sales was the SUV/crossover sector's 37% market share.

SUVs and crossovers earned slightly less than 36% of the auto industry's volume in February 2015, but sales of utility vehicles jumped 12% in February 2016, easily outpacing the growth of the industry as a whole.


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Top tier candidates were responsible for much of the SUV/CUV market's rise. Of the 55,000+ extra sales, the Toyota RAV4, Honda CR-V, Ford Escape, and Ford Explorer contributed more than 13,000 additional sales, year-over-year.

The RAV4 claimed top spot among SUVs for a second consecutive month. The margin of victory, however, was only 273-units strong, down from 1792 units in January.


U.S. SUV/Crossover Sales By Model - March 2016 YTD
U.S. SUV/Crossover Sales By Model - January 2016
U.S. SUV/Crossover Sales Rankings By Model - February 2015 YTD


Through the first one-sixth of 2016, utility vehicles which weren't on sale at this stage of 2015 added 30,333 sales to the ledger: Renegade, HR-V, CX-3, 500X, and Discovery Sport.

Growth among subcompact crossovers continues to easily outperform the SUV/CUV sector, not a surprising turn of events given the frequency with which all-new models are introduced. But no truly small utility vehicle has climbed all that high on the sales charts. Yet.


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The class-leading Jeep Renegade ranks 24th in utility vehicle sales through the first two months of 2016, 34,000 sales behind the top-selling compact utility vehicle, the aforementioned Toyota RAV4. For every Renegade sold in Jeep showrooms, Jeep also sells more than two Cherokees.


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U.S. Auto Sales Brand Rankings - February 2016 YTD
U.S. Vehicle Sales Rankings By Model - February 2016 YTD
U.S. Car Sales Rankings By Model - February 2016 YTD


Reminder: these are 2016 year-to-date rankings, but you can sort SUVs/crossovers by February volume by clicking the February 2016 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 • March 2016 • January 2016February 2015
Rank
SUV/Crossover
February
2016 YTD
February
2015 YTD
%
Change
February
2016
February
2015
% Change
#1Toyota RAV447,07741,76712.7%25,52321,94316.3%
#2Honda CR-V44,45845,509-2.3%25,25022,29813.2%
#3Ford Escape43,07340,9695.1%23,85420,91514.1%
#4Nissan Rogue41,32337,06811.5%21,56121,4190.7%
#5Ford Explorer39,00335,6499.4%22,38918,61320.3%
#5.1Ford Explorer *34,28032,0227.1%20,01417,02717.5%
#5.2Ford Explorer Police Interceptor *4,7233,62730.2%2,3751,58649.7%
#6Chevrolet Equinox38,39941,278-7.0%19,82521,723-8.7%
#7Jeep Cherokee30,36429,1804.1%15,01714,0267.1%
#8Jeep Grand Cherokee28,54426,5627.5%15,38013,75611.8%
#9Subaru Forester24,14322,6696.5%12,23911,4596.8%
#10Jeep Wrangler24,03124,594-2.3%13,23412,9112.5%
#11Toyota Highlander23,72422,3236.3%12,46611,26310.7%
#12Subaru Outback23,14922,9830.7%11,95211,6322.8%
#13Ford Edge21,98814,10755.9%12,4556,52690.9%
#14Jeep Patriot18,91017,8436.0%10,63710,2803.5%
#15Honda Pilot18,13324,944-27.3%9,57212,629-24.2%
#16GMC Terrain17,06719,703-13.4%8,23210,859-24.2%
#17Dodge Journey16,43514,76011.3%7,9797,7193.4%
#18Chevrolet Traverse16,17219,856-18.6%9,1589,705-5.6%
#19Toyota 4Runner15,97213,36519.5%8,4766,42032.0%
#20Kia Sorento14,79616,061-7.9%8,1018,518-4.9%
#21Mazda CX-514,64213,3949.3%7,5797,4451.8%
#22Lexus RX14,14813,0598.3%7,1926,49010.8%
#23Nissan Pathfinder13,69513,2043.7%7,2447,0662.5%
#24Jeep Renegade13,119------6,757------
#25Nissan Murano12,9617,77866.6%7,4454,00585.9%
#26Chevrolet Tahoe12,69314,017-9.4%6,4947,410-12.4%
#27Subaru Crosstrek12,57712,919-2.6%6,1296,406-4.3%
#28Hyundai Tucson12,5546,90581.8%7,3363,86989.6%
#29GMC Acadia12,35712,959-4.6%6,9727,061-1.3%
#30Jeep Compass12,2928,98636.8%7,2034,66954.3%
#31Dodge Durango11,9348,37842.4%5,8554,79322.2%
#32Buick Encore10,7938,38628.7%5,8734,92119.3%
#33Hyundai Santa Fe10,67116,511-35.4%5,5328,762-36.9%
#34Kia Sportage10,6636,46165.0%5,8603,40772.0%
#35Honda HR-V9,117------4,940------
#36Cadillac SRX8,7957,29420.6%4,0173,8095.5%
#37Chevrolet Trax8,5605,66051.2%4,8143,82126.0%
#38Acura MDX7,8688,934-11.9%4,2924,553-5.7%
#39Buick Enclave7,8187,1179.9%4,1263,62014.0%
#40Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class & M-Class 7,6116,46017.8%3,9483,31619.1%
#41Acura RDX6,9027,379-6.5%3,7983,862-1.7%
#42Chevrolet Suburban6,8548,566-20.0%3,5844,436-19.2%
#43Lexus NX6,8425,47824.9%3,7092,66639.1%
#44Ford Expedition6,8395,73719.2%3,9843,27721.6%
#45BMW X56,4267,363-12.7%3,8424,149-7.4%
#46Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class & GLK-Class 6,1273,17992.7%3,2781,78184.1%
#47Volkswagen Tiguan5,7733,29275.4%3,2451,81978.4%
#48BMW X35,7354,46528.4%3,7333,12419.5%
#49GMC Yukon5,5915,4452.7%3,0242,7968.2%
#50Audi Q55,1125,420-5.7%2,4212,493-2.9%
#51Infiniti QX605,1025,562-8.3%2,7302,985-8.5%
#52Cadillac Escalade4,8695,143-5.3%2,8672,37520.7%
#52.1Cadillac Escalade *3,0473,153-3.4%1,8201,48922.2%
#52.2Cadillac Escalade ESV1,8221,988-8.4%1,04788817.9%
#53Volvo XC904,847984,846%2,472604,020%
#54Mitsubishi Outlander Sport4,8244,6613.5%2,5912,3948.2%
#55Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class4,6383,75123.6%1,5971,873-14.7%
#56Lincoln MKX4,4272,49377.6%2,3751,135109%
#57Ford Flex4,3252,77655.8%2,3341,31877.1%
#58GMC Yukon XL4,2754,0136.5%2,2802,04811.3%
#59Audi Q73,9891,892111%1,6531,01263.3%
#60Mitsubishi Outlander3,6642,17868.2%2,1211,17580.5%
#61Nissan Juke3,3734,184-19.4%1,8632,183-14.7%
#62BMW X13,3551,403139%1,41888560.2%
#63Lexus GX4603,2583,456-5.7%1,6501,653-0.2%
#64Lincoln MKC3,1823,1600.7%1,7461,55812.1%
#65Mazda CX-33,168------1,793------
#66Land Rover Range Rover Sport3,0453,579-14.9%1,6841,827-7.8%
#67Mercedes-Benz GL-Class3,0223,970-23.9%1,2261,849-33.7%
#68Land Rover Range Rover3,0132,8396.1%1,5381,35813.3%
#69Porsche Cayenne2,7232,16225.9%1,3281,04627.0%
#70Infiniti QX802,6512,831-6.4%1,4871,583-6.1%
#71Fiat 500X2,565------1,547------
#72Porsche Macan2,4811,42074.7%1,01262462.2%
#73Infiniti QX502,390365555%1,396177689%
#74Land Rover Discovery Sport2,364------1,324------
#75Volvo XC602,0473,471-41.0%1,1871,954-39.3%
#76Land Rover LR41,8931,22454.7%1,04761570.2%
#77Audi Q31,8901,919-1.5%9881,046-5.5%
#78Nissan Armada1,8672,019-7.5%1,09399010.4%
#79Toyota Sequoia1,8061,7602.6%95485611.4%
#80Land Rover Range Rover Evoque1,7562,510-30.0%8231,107-25.7%
#81Lincoln Navigator1,6571,778-6.8%95786211.0%
#82Infiniti QX701,1481,1262.0%71256925.1%
#83Lexus LX5701,11258490.4%52729181.1%
#84Mini Countryman1,0851,683-35.5%581938-38.1%
#85BMW X61,00983620.7%62440354.8%
#86Mazda CX-99732,946-67.0%4611,677-72.5%
#87BMW X4784862-9.0%52246612.0%
#88Volkswagen Touareg757895-15.4%403413-2.4%
#89Lincoln MKT73948452.7%2342168.3%
#90Mercedes-Benz G-Class62450623.3%2862754.0%
#91Toyota Land Cruiser50245610.1%22920511.7%
#92Toyota Venza3084,377-93.0%1242,272-94.5%
#93Nissan Xterra282,014-98.6%101,016-99.0%
#94Mini Paceman15145-89.7%763-88.9%
T95Toyota FJ Cruiser1183-99.5%---25-100%
T95Land Rover LR2146-97.8%110-90.0%
#97Chevrolet Captiva Sport---23-100%---13-100%

Total
941,382859,7179.5% 503,328 447,842 12.4%

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Source: Automakers & ANDC & WSJ
* 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.
‡ With their February release, Mercedes-Benz USA began combining the GLE and M-Class as well as GLC and GLK.
° Overall figure is the total of SUV/crossover sales from all brands which report model-specific sales figures.
Tesla, unfortunately, doesn't release model-specific monthly U.S. sales data, but we source estimates from HybridCars.com. Model X estimate: 900 YTD; 500 in February.

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