April 2016 YTD U.S. SUV And Crossover Sales Rankings - Top 97 Best-Selling SUVs In America - Every SUV Ranked

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U.S. sales of SUVs and crossovers jumped by more than 8% to 564,000 units in April 2016, driving the sector's market share up to 37.4% from 35.8% a year ago. 

Seven of the 20 top sellers, including the top-ranked Toyota RAV4, grew faster than the SUV/crossover sector as a whole. For the RAV4, April was the sixth consecutive month of SUV/CUV sales leadership and the third-highest-volume month in the nameplate's history. Only twice before (August 2014 and December 2015) has the RAV4 produced more than 30,000 sales.


U.S. SUV/Crossover Sales By Model - May 2016 YTD
U.S. SUV/Crossover Sales By Model - March 2016 YTD
U.S. SUV/Crossover Sales By Model - April 2015 YTD


Through the first one-third of 2016, the fastest-growing vehicles are almost all SUVs and crossovers: Discovery Sport, XC90, QX50, Renegade, X1, Q7, Tucson, MKX, GLC/GLK, LX570, Outlander, Tiguan, Compass, Murano, Sportage, LR4, and X3 have all produced gains of at least 50%. 

The Lexus RX, ranked 19th overall, is the premium utility vehicle leader. Lexus is on track to report record RX sales in calendar year 2016, achieving greater numbers even with the more affordable new NX sitting alongside its big brother in Lexus showrooms. 


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Across the premium spectrum, automakers are struggling to achieve the kind of volume they recorded at this stage of 2015. But SUVs and crossovers aren't to blame. 

Audi's trio of Q models are up 22%, BMW's SAVs are up 19%, Infiniti's four SUVs are up 26%, the Land Rover brand is up 17%, Lexus' four utilities are up 14%, Lincoln utilities are up by a third, Mercedes-Benz's vast utility lineup is up 19%, Porsche's Cayenne and Macan are up 16%, and Volvo's XC60 and XC90 are up 97%. 


Yet premium sales at Mercedes-Benz, BMW, and Lexus – America's three top-selling premium brands – are collectively down 5% in a growing market.

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


Reminder: these are 2016 year-to-date rankings, but you can sort SUVs/crossovers by April volume by clicking the April 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 • May 2016 • March 2016April 2015
Rank
SUV/Crossover
April
2016 YTD
April
2015 YTD
%
Change
April
2016
April
2015
% Change
#1Toyota RAV4106,27489,92418.2%30,15222,91431.6%
#2Honda CR-V100,101102,579-2.4%28,91329,452-1.8%
#3Ford Escape95,51493,0422.7%23,92025,770-7.2%
#4Nissan Rogue92,20986,2536.9%23,17321,7676.5%
#5Ford Explorer86,96177,55112.1%23,54618,84425.0%
#5.1Ford Explorer *76,16869,3729.8%20,28316,58522.3%
#5.2Ford Explorer Police Interceptor *10,7938,17932.0%3,2632,25944.4%
#6Chevrolet Equinox80,48694,469-14.8%20,60728,856-28.6%
#7Jeep Cherokee67,20167,285-0.1%17,66719,072-7.4%
#8Jeep Grand Cherokee65,07159,4079.5%18,02116,03012.4%
#9Jeep Wrangler60,74460,967-0.4%19,00318,8490.8%
#10Toyota Highlander53,71049,1259.3%15,03713,7639.3%
#11Subaru Forester52,91751,6132.5%14,49013,9773.7%
#12Subaru Outback51,56548,0217.4%14,29412,53414.0%
#13Ford Edge47,47736,60929.7%11,48413,097-12.3%
#14Honda Pilot40,09648,103-16.6%11,37011,2221.3%
#15Jeep Patriot39,20339,1620.1%10,4569,47010.4%
#16Chevrolet Traverse39,10542,434-7.8%12,18611,4756.2%
#17Toyota 4Runner35,70629,44521.3%10,1357,43236.4%
#18Kia Sorento35,04636,711-4.5%10,3539,8085.6%
#19Lexus RX32,56329,04612.1%8,7676,81028.7%
#20Mazda CX-532,43333,253-2.5%8,8268,960-1.5%
#21Jeep Renegade31,6815,157514%9,7304,214131%
#22GMC Terrain31,30236,525-14.3%7,3448,792-16.5%
#23Dodge Journey31,28632,643-4.2%4,8658,661-43.8%
#24Jeep Compass29,99518,53061.9%9,4214,124128%
#25Hyundai Tucson28,10215,14785.5%7,7184,02092.0%
#26Nissan Pathfinder28,04127,3492.5%5,6335,5511.5%
#27Chevrolet Tahoe27,90028,780-3.1%7,5497,903-4.5%
#28Nissan Murano27,85017,44659.6%6,2324,12151.2%
#29Subaru Crosstrek27,15727,0170.5%7,6076,9369.7%
#30Dodge Durango26,01920,01730.0%6,4345,51816.6%
#31GMC Acadia25,57529,136-12.2%7,0048,767-20.1%
#32Kia Sportage25,11215,91857.8%7,6454,27378.9%
#33Hyundai Santa Fe24,36736,460-33.2%7,15010,054-28.9%
#34Buick Encore23,80819,62321.3%6,5895,58717.9%
#35Honda HR-V22,484------6,969------
#36Chevrolet Trax18,23713,13738.8%4,5103,45130.7%
#37Acura RDX18,11715,31418.3%5,9053,97248.7%
#38Buick Enclave17,45717,2521.2%4,5234,4511.6%
#39Acura MDX16,68919,407-14.0%4,7334,970-4.8%
#40Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class & M-Class16,66815,4288.0%4,3274,945-12.5%
#41Cadillac SRX15,81818,684-15.3%2,9526,390-53.8%
#42Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class & GLK-Class15,4378,72876.9%4,4393,07144.5%
#43Ford Expedition15,19412,68419.8%4,5213,08246.7%
#44Lexus NX15,19012,53221.2%3,8153,42111.5%
#45Chevrolet Suburban14,94816,015-6.7%4,2694,1393.1%
#46BMW X513,81415,846-12.8%3,7714,095-7.9%
#47Volkswagen Tiguan13,0967,99463.8%3,8042,40258.4%
#48Audi Q512,83113,116-2.2%3,9913,7626.1%
#49BMW X312,6338,40750.3%2,4222,4010.9%
#50Infiniti QX6012,31811,6345.9%3,3112,82917.0%
#51GMC Yukon12,30911,2649.3%3,3243,1585.3%
#52Cadillac Escalade11,11411,136-0.2%3,0073,237-7.1%
#52.1Cadillac Escalade *6,8296,7710.9%1,8081,945-7.0%
#52.2Cadillac Escalade ESV *4,2854,365-1.8%1,1991,292-7.2%
#53Volvo XC9010,8563672,858%3,0092561,075%
#54Mitsubishi Outlander Sport10,31210,561-2.4%2,6142,674-2.2%
#55Lincoln MKX9,8295,32584.6%2,6311,35793.9%
#56Audi Q79,4655,07286.6%2,4721,62052.6%
#57GMC Yukon XL9,2208,5158.3%2,5182,525-0.3%
#58Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class8,9807,75015.9%2,1372,0812.7%
#59Mitsubishi Outlander8,5495,04769.4%2,7291,254118%
#60Ford Flex8,4286,56128.5%2,0031,9373.4%
#61Lincoln MKC7,9607,09612.2%2,8221,86651.2%
#62BMW X17,9473,647118%1,44788663.3%
#63Nissan Juke7,7619,455-17.9%1,8902,433-22.3%
#64Lexus GX4607,1937,430-3.2%1,9741,9501.2%
#65Land Rover Range Rover Sport7,1857,983-10.0%1,6331,758-7.1%
#66Mercedes-Benz GL-Class & GLS-Class6,8718,530-19.4%2,9912,19536.3%
#67Mazda CX-36,420------1,504------
#68Land Rover Range Rover5,9506,377-6.7%1,1451,542-25.7%
#69Porsche Cayenne5,4835,2993.5%1,4661,773-17.3%
#70Porsche Macan5,4814,13732.5%1,8771,53722.1%
#71Infiniti QX505,303767591%1,401185657%
#72Land Rover Discovery Sport5,2601473,478%894147508%
#73Volvo XC605,1027,754-34.2%1,4561,819-20.0%
#74Infiniti QX805,0955,272-3.4%1,0411,0251.6%
#75Fiat 500X5,058------1,094------
#76Audi Q35,0304,25218.3%1,6351,06553.5%
#77Land Rover LR44,4492,84256.5%98777727.0%
#78Toyota Sequoia4,1773,8039.8%1,17299218.1%
#79Lincoln Navigator4,0283,7946.2%1,06091915.3%
#80Nissan Armada3,7034,483-17.4%8551,198-28.6%
#81Mini Countryman3,6154,469-19.1%1,2491,2440.4%
#82Land Rover Range Rover Evoque3,1464,875-35.5%5281,081-51.2%
#83BMW X62,2521,94515.8%60852216.5%
#84Infiniti QX702,1732,1371.7%364436-16.5%
#85Lexus LX5701,9781,14572.8%44227063.7%
#86BMW X41,8372,381-22.8%364920-60.4%
#87Lincoln MKT1,6011,28524.6%47242810.3%
#88Volkswagen Touareg1,5882,049-22.5%437619-29.4%
#89Mercedes-Benz G-Class1,3651,14619.1%39230030.7%
#90Mazda CX-91,1615,756-79.8%711,321-94.6%
#91Toyota Land Cruiser1,14289327.9%37421078.1%
#92Toyota Venza4728,882-94.7%572,101-97.3%
#93Cadillac XT5304------304------
#94Mini Paceman39339-88.5%982-89.0%
#95Nissan Xterra304,536-99.3%21,100-99.8%
#96Toyota FJ Cruiser4203-98.0%38-62.5%
#97Land Rover LR2363-95.2%16-83.3%
#98Chevrolet Captiva Sport---47-100%---11-100%
#99Acura ZDX---1-100%---------

Total °
2,090,7361,917,7439.0% 564,048 520,829 8.3%

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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.
° 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: 1500 in April; 3900 YTD.

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