June 2016 YTD U.S. SUV And Crossover Sales Rankings – Top 100 Best-Selling SUVs In America – Every SUV Ranked


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A 10% expansion in the size of June 2016’s U.S. SUV/crossover market added 55,000 sales to the American auto industry’s total sales volume last month.

Year-to-date, through the first-half of 2016, U.S. sales of SUVs and crossovers are up by more than 241,000 units, an 8% increase.

U.S. SUV/Crossover Sales By Model – July 2016 YTD
U.S. SUV/Crossover Sales By Model – May 2016 YTD
U.S. SUV/Crossover Sales By Model – June 2015 YTD

All-new nameplates certainly help, but the bulk of the sector’s growth stems from increased sales of already popular models. 

In June 2016, for example, only 2635 of the SUV/crossover sector’s 55,000 additional sales were produced by vehicles that weren’t on sale a year ago: Mazda CX-3 and Jaguar F-Pace. 

But the Toyota RAV4, Honda CR-V, Ford Escape, and Nissan Rogue – America’s four top-selling utility vehicles – added 14,668 sales to the ledger.

Pickup Truck Sales In America – June 2016
Minivan Sales In America – June 2016

Korean automakers also powered forward with a huge increase in sales of their four SUV nameplates. (The Hyundai Santa Fe and Santa Fe Sport’s figures are combined by Hyundai into one model.) The Santa Fe, Kia Sorento, Hyundai Tucson, and Kia Sportage combined fo 46,205 sales in June 2016, a 74% increase from the 26,569 utility vehicles sold by Hyundai-Kia in June 2015. 

After accounting for 22% of the new vehicles sold by Hyundai-Kia’s U.S. network in June 2015, the Santa Fe, Sorento, Tucson, and Sportage grabbed 36% of the conglomerate’s U.S. volume in June 2016.

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But by no means are the increasingly popular Hyundais and Kias the only utility vehicles to gain market share in 2016. Triple-digit percentage increases have been produced so far this year by the Volvo XC90 and BMW X1. The Mitsubishi Outlander, Jeep Compass, Audi Q7, Lincoln MKX, Lexus LX570, and Volkswagen Tiguan have all grown by more than 50% in the first-half of 2016.

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U.S. Vehicle Sales Rankings By Model – June 2016 YTD
U.S. Car Sales Rankings By Model – June 2016 YTD

Reminder: these are 2016 year-to-date rankings, but you can sort SUVs/crossovers by June volume by clicking the June 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.

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Rank
SUV/Crossover
June
2016 YTD
June
2015 YTD
%
Change
June
2016
June
2015
% Change
#1 Toyota RAV4 165,900 143,575 15.5% 27,365 24,843 10.2%
#2 Honda CR-V 159,075 163,018 -2.4% 29,615 28,349 4.5%
#3 Ford Escape 155,378 146,416 6.1% 29,003 24,126 20.2%
#4 Nissan Rogue 148,883 135,397 10.0% 29,246 23,243 25.8%
#5 Ford Explorer 129,107 122,404 5.5% 20,356 22,549 -9.7%
#5.1 Ford Explorer * 112,337 109,504 2.6% 17,356 20,377 -14.8%
#5.2 Ford Explorer Police Interceptor * 16,770 12,900 30.0% 3,000 2,172 38.1%
#6 Chevrolet Equinox 121,320 145,685 -16.7% 19,582 21,760 -10.0%
#7 Jeep Cherokee 102,652 105,426 -2.6% 16,243 18,472 -12.1%
#8 Jeep Grand Cherokee 100,737 93,080 8.2% 16,810 15,464 8.7%
#9 Jeep Wrangler 100,355 102,450 -2.0% 20,060 19,159 4.7%
#10 Toyota Highlander 81,929 78,388 4.5% 13,436 13,831 -2.9%
#11 Subaru Forester 80,255 80,828 -0.7% 12,029 14,058 -14.4%
#12 Subaru Outback 77,386 71,317 8.5% 13,417 10,912 23.0%
#13 Ford Edge 71,038 63,595 11.7% 11,177 12,587 -11.2%
#14 Jeep Patriot 64,117 59,635 7.5% 12,050 9,691 24.3%
#15 Honda Pilot 62,174 68,956 -9.8% 10,830 9,093 19.1%
#16 Kia Sorento 59,078 56,421 4.7% 12,118 8,967 35.1%
#17 Hyundai Santa Fe 57,444 54,738 4.9% 18,345 10,446 75.6%
#18 Chevrolet Traverse 54,632 61,430 -11.1% 8,297 8,721 -4.9%
#19 Toyota 4Runner 54,468 46,202 17.9% 8,410 8,208 2.5%
#20 Jeep Renegade 52,237 14,431 262% 9,688 4,858 99.4%
#21 Mazda CX-5 51,611 53,343 -3.2% 9,227 9,373 -1.6%
#22 Lexus RX 49,412 44,279 11.6% 8,045 7,233 11.2%
#23 Jeep Compass 48,033 26,667 80.1% 8,840 3,885 128%
#24 Dodge Journey 47,208 51,283 -7.9% 9,785 9,827 -0.4%
#25 GMC Terrain 46,877 54,410 -13.8% 8,062 8,211 -1.8%
#26 Subaru Crosstrek 43,282 41,950 3.2% 7,658 7,057 8.5%
#27 Chevrolet Tahoe 43,221 42,091 2.7% 7,891 6,192 27.4%
#28 Hyundai Tucson 42,664 22,634 88.5% 7,193 3,606 99.5%
#29 Kia Sportage 42,229 23,955 76.3% 8,549 3,550 141%
#30 Nissan Pathfinder 39,759 41,938 -5.2% 5,737 7,168 -20.0%
#31 Nissan Murano 39,493 28,475 38.7% 5,665 5,314 6.6%
#32 Dodge Durango 38,701 30,794 25.7% 6,497 4,693 38.4%
#33 GMC Acadia 38,182 49,055 -22.2% 6,200 9,421 -34.2%
#34 Honda HR-V 36,443 14,141 158% 6,567 7,760 -15.4%
#35 Buick Encore 36,421 30,549 19.2% 6,091 5,526 10.2%
#36 Chevrolet Trax 29,135 24,815 17.4% 5,796 5,971 -2.9%
#37 Ford Expedition 27,758 20,863 33.0% 7,507 4,032 86.2%
#38 Acura RDX 26,276 25,713 2.2% 3,593 5,056 -28.9%
#39 Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class & M-Class 25,186 22,960 9.7% 4,515 3,541 27.5%
#40 Acura MDX 24,615 29,420 -16.3% 3,718 4,592 -19.0%
#41 Buick Enclave 24,254 28,070 -13.6% 3,597 5,186 -30.6%
#42 Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class & GLK-Class 23,391 13,835 69.1% 3,771 2,549 47.9%
#43 Lexus NX 23,290 20,049 16.2% 4,069 3,503 16.2%
#44 Chevrolet Suburban 22,915 23,386 -2.0% 3,970 2,996 32.5%
#45 BMW X5 22,204 29,151 -23.8% 4,018 7,508 -46.5%
#46 Audi Q5 21,986 21,666 1.5% 4,419 4,270 3.5%
#47 Infiniti QX60 20,972 17,778 18.0% 4,380 3,003 45.9%
#48 Volkswagen Tiguan 20,556 13,677 50.3% 3,066 2,604 17.7%
#49 GMC Yukon 20,028 18,004 11.2% 3,972 3,285 20.9%
#50 BMW X3 19,828 13,283 49.3% 3,900 2,301 69.5%
#51 Cadillac SRX 19,074 30,207 -36.9% 1,482 5,746 -74.2%
#52 Cadillac Escalade 17,017 16,309 4.3% 2,960 2,514 17.7%
#52.1 Cadillac Escalade * 10,464 9,910 5.6% 1,779 1,522 16.9%
#52.2 Cadillac Escalade ESV * 6,553 6,401 2.4% 1,181 992 19.1%
#53 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport 16,831 17,893 -5.9% 3,459 3,948 -12.4%
#54 Volvo XC90 15,919 1,565 917% 2,596 457 468%
#55 Lincoln MKX 15,089 8,749 72.5% 2,466 1,936 27.4%
#56 Audi Q7 14,741 8,525 72.9% 2,613 1,630 60.3%
#57 GMC Yukon XL 14,198 13,438 5.7% 2,594 2,407 7.8%
#58 Mitsubishi Outlander 13,476 7,456 80.7% 1,991 1,068 86.4%
#59 Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class & GL-Class 12,880 12,938 -0.4% 2,651 2,086 27.1%
#60 Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class 12,815 12,313 4.1% 1,750 2,177 -19.6%
#61 Nissan Juke 12,556 14,647 -14.3% 2,524 2,567 -1.7%
#62 BMW X1 12,139 5,905 106% 1,982 1,118 77.3%
#63 Lincoln MKC 12,111 11,332 6.9% 1,989 1,947 2.2%
#64 Ford Flex 11,835 10,595 11.7% 1,598 1,591 0.4%
#65 Lexus GX460 11,150 11,691 -4.6% 2,098 2,079 0.9%
#66 Land Rover Range Rover Sport 10,374 11,173 -7.2% 1,626 1,516 7.3%
#67 Mazda CX-3 9,502 1,512
#68 Volvo XC60 8,809 11,910 -26.0% 2,362 2,449 -3.6%
#69 Infiniti QX50 8,624 1,432 502% 1,689 417 305%
#70 Audi Q3 8,468 6,247 35.6% 1,719 867 98.3%
#71 Porsche Macan 8,129 6,248 30.1% 1,222 1,065 14.7%
#72 Land Rover Range Rover 8,119 9,166 -11.4% 1,125 1,273 -11.6%
#73 Infiniti QX80 8,064 7,326 10.1% 1,545 996 55.1%
#74 Porsche Cayenne 7,992 8,003 -0.1% 1,215 1,312 -7.4%
#75 Fiat 500X 7,464 332 2,148% 1,156 324 257%
#76 Cadillac XT5 7,208 4,185
#77 Land Rover Discovery Sport 6,944 899 672% 1,054 312 238%
#78 Land Rover LR4 6,300 4,359 44.5% 951 737 29.0%
#79 Toyota Sequoia 6,297 6,092 3.4% 994 1,144 -13.1%
#80 Mini Countryman 6,280 8,278 -24.1% 1,429 2,041 -30.0%
#81 Lincoln Navigator 5,801 5,839 -0.7% 922 999 -7.7%
#82 Nissan Armada 5,251 7,189 -27.0% 754 1,218 -38.1%
#83 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque 4,908 6,646 -26.2% 949 801 18.5%
#84 Mazda CX-9 3,681 9,257 -60.2% 1,904 1,577 20.7%
#85 BMW X6 3,535 3,958 -10.7% 571 1,448 -60.6%
#86 Infiniti QX70 3,174 2,891 9.8% 490 372 31.7%
#87 BMW X4 2,615 3,146 -16.9% 407 390 4.4%
#88 Lexus LX570 2,577 1,667 54.6% 306 223 37.2%
#89 Volkswagen Touareg 2,203 3,310 -33.4% 255 561 -54.5%
#90 Lincoln MKT 2,158 2,103 2.6% 259 376 -31.1%
#91 Mercedes-Benz G-Class 2,114 1,708 23.8% 362 260 39.2%
#92 Jaguar F-Pace 1,789 1,123
#93 Toyota Land Cruiser 1,673 1,291 29.6% 216 158 36.7%
#94 Buick Envision 1,526 1,437
#95 Toyota Venza 543 13,197 -95.9% 40 2,017 -98.0%
#96 Mini Paceman 55 838 -93.4% 7 248 -97.2%
#97 Nissan Xterra 36 6,918 -99.5% 2 1,184 -99.8%
#98 Toyota FJ Cruiser 6 218 -97.2% 7 -100%
#99 Land Rover LR2 3 69 -95.7% 4 -100%
#100 Chevrolet Captiva Sport 2 53 -96.2% 1 4 -75.0%
#101 Acura ZDX 2 -100% 1 -100%
Total
3,268,150 3,026,954 8.0% 582,917 528,122 10.4%

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.
° Overall market figure is a combination of all reported sales figures.
Tesla, unfortunately, doesn’t release model-specific monthly U.S. sales data, but we source estimates from HybridCars.com and The Wall Street Journal.
WSJ Model X estimate: 900 in June; 4050 YTD.