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

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For the first time in the U.S. auto industry's history, more Americans purchased and leased SUVs and crossovers in July 2016 than cars, a turn of events which drove SUV/CUV market share to 40%. 

All-time records set by the Honda CR-V and Nissan Rogue – which together claimed July's top two spots and produced one in ten July SUV/crossover sales – were joined to a July Toyota RAV4 record to propel the segment upwards by 45,000 sales. 


U.S. SUV/Crossover Sales By Model - August 2016 YTD
U.S. SUV/Crossover Sales By Model - June 2016 YTD
U.S. SUV/Crossover Sales By Model - July 2015 YTD


New entries from Jaguar, Cadillac, Mazda, and Buick contributed 9480 July sales that couldn't have existed at this stage of 2015. 
Full-size SUV sales, dominated as always by General Motors, jumped 24% on big gains from five domestic entries. 

Traditional off-roaders? Toyota 4Runner volume rose 17%. Subcompact crossovers? Jeep Renegade sales more than tripled. Conventional small crossovers? The new Hyundai Tucson and Kia Sportage twins jumped 98% and 53%, respectively.


Pickup Truck Sales In America - July 2016
Minivan Sales In America - July 2016


Nevertheless, the gains produced by the more profitable SUV/crossover sector were wiped out by passenger car losses in July, as top tier players such as the Toyota Camry and Nissan Altima tumbled and declines were the order of the day at many luxury brands. 

Nevertheless, automakers will gladly sell you a Honda HR-V when you arrive at the dealer on a search for a Honda Fit.

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. Vehicle Sales Rankings By Model - July 2016 YTD
U.S. Car Sales Rankings By Model - July 2016 YTD


Reminder: these are 2016 year-to-date rankings, but you can sort SUVs/crossovers by July volume by clicking the July 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 • August 2016 • June 2016July 2015

Rank
SUV/Crossover
July
2016 YTD
July
2015 YTD
%
Change
July
2016
July
2015
% Change
#1Toyota RAV4197,771170,28416.1%31,87126,70919.3%
#2Honda CR-V195,092194,8030.1%36,01731,78513.3%
#3Nissan Rogue182,181160,47813.5%33,29825,08132.8%
#4Ford Escape181,638175,6693.4%26,26029,253-10.2%
#5Ford Explorer148,299145,7851.7%19,19223,381-17.9%
#5.1Ford Explorer *128,952130,865-1.5%16,61521,361-22.2%
#5.2Ford Explorer Police Interceptor *19,34714,92029.7%2,5772,02027.6%
#6Chevrolet Equinox143,202167,294-14.4%21,88221,6091.3%
#7Jeep Wrangler119,042121,272-1.8%18,74119,828-5.5%
#8Jeep Grand Cherokee116,850109,1767.0%16,70416,1913.2%
#9Jeep Cherokee116,424122,568-5.0%15,45117,460-11.5%
#10Toyota Highlander97,14291,1156.6%15,21312,72719.5%
#11Subaru Forester95,11196,639-1.6%14,85615,811-6.0%
#12Subaru Outback92,09082,18012.1%14,70410,86335.4%
#13Ford Edge81,55073,61510.8%10,51210,0204.9%
#14Honda Pilot72,52478,540-7.7%10,3509,5848.0%
#15Jeep Patriot71,92669,6383.3%11,28810,21110.5%
#16Hyundai Santa Fe71,77266,3938.1%14,33611,65523.0%
#17Chevrolet Traverse69,80574,034-5.7%15,17312,60420.4%
#18Kia Sorento68,93266,1704.2%9,8549,7491.1%
#19Toyota 4Runner64,04954,58517.3%9,5818,38314.3%
#20Mazda CX-562,44262,873-0.7%10,8319,53013.7%
#21Jeep Renegade61,90719,920211%10,0576,41056.9%
#22Lexus RX57,93452,54310.3%8,5228,2643.1%
#23Jeep Compass57,56533,52771.7%7,0055,35930.7%
#24GMC Terrain56,25263,223-11.0%9,3758,8136.4%
#25Dodge Journey54,05162,008-12.8%6,3769,255-31.1%
#26Subaru Crosstrek51,76250,5252.4%8,4808,575-1.1%
#27Chevrolet Tahoe51,65250,3882.5%8,4318,2971.6%
#28Hyundai Tucson50,39226,54289.9%7,7283,90897.7%
#29Kia Sportage50,34029,24772.1%8,1115,29253.3%
#30Nissan Murano45,76433,93434.9%6,2715,45914.9%
#31GMC Acadia45,64459,726-23.6%7,46210,671-30.1%
#32Nissan Pathfinder45,28949,740-8.9%5,5307,802-29.1%
#33Honda HR-V43,83720,050119%7,3945,90925.1%
#34Dodge Durango43,66536,30520.3%5,1315,270-2.6%
#35Buick Encore43,34437,37516.0%6,9236,8261.4%
#36Chevrolet Trax38,60130,92624.8%9,4666,11154.9%
#37Ford Expedition33,72123,59342.9%5,9632,730118%
#38Buick Enclave31,50334,664-9.1%7,2496,5949.9%
#39Acura RDX30,59630,2901.0%4,3204,577-5.6%
#40Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class & M-Class29,59826,81110.4%4,4123,85114.6%
#41Acura MDX29,51734,397-14.2%4,9024,977-1.5%
#42Lexus NX27,97924,38614.7%4,6894,3378.1%
#43Chevrolet Suburban27,97027,6951.0%5,0554,30917.3%
#44Audi Q526,81926,3661.7%4,8334,7002.8%
#45Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class & GLK-Class26,80216,15365.9%3,4112,31847.2%
#46BMW X524,94835,162-29.0%2,7446,011-54.4%
#47GMC Yukon24,70521,55514.6%4,6773,55131.7%
#48Infiniti QX6024,67321,53814.6%3,7013,760-1.6%
#49Volkswagen Tiguan23,93516,08448.8%3,3792,40740.4%
#50BMW X322,50615,62344.1%2,6782,34014.4%
#51Cadillac SRX20,38136,960-44.9%1,3076,753-80.6%
#52Mitsubishi Outlander Sport20,37621,135-3.6%3,5453,2429.3%
#53Cadillac Escalade19,90019,2433.4%2,8832,928-1.5%
#53.1Cadillac Escalade *12,16711,5795.1%1,7031,6692.0%
#53.2Cadillac Escalade ESV *7,7337,6620.9%1,1801,261-6.4%
#54Volvo XC9018,9052,629619%2,8881,176146%
#55Lincoln MKX17,74511,26857.5%2,6562,5195.4%
#56GMC Yukon XL17,13515,7378.9%2,9372,29927.8%
#57Audi Q717,06310,46463.1%2,3221,93919.8%
#58Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class & GL-Class15,55014,6935.8%2,6701,75552.1%
#59Mitsubishi Outlander15,4289,22567.2%1,9521,76910.3%
#60Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class14,31714,353-0.3%1,5022,040-26.4%
#61BMW X114,2697,094101%2,1301,18979.1%
#62Lincoln MKC14,24913,7873.4%2,1382,455-12.9%
#63Nissan Juke14,12416,994-16.9%1,5682,347-33.2%
#64Ford Flex13,61212,4939.0%1,7771,898-6.4%
#65Lexus GX46013,06814,028-6.8%1,9182,337-17.9%
#66Cadillac XT512,159------4,951------
#67Land Rover Range Rover Sport12,14612,511-2.9%1,7721,33832.4%
#68Mazda CX-311,001------1,499------
#69Volvo XC6010,92814,056-22.3%2,0972,146-2.3%
#70Audi Q310,2877,41338.8%1,8191,16656.0%
#71Infiniti QX509,9841,614519%1,360182647%
#72Infiniti QX809,3318,40211.1%1,2671,07617.8%
#73Land Rover Range Rover9,28310,166-8.7%1,1641,00016.4%
#74Porsche Macan9,0607,78116.4%9311,533-39.3%
#75Porsche Cayenne9,0589,474-4.4%1,0671,471-27.5%
#76Land Rover Discovery Sport8,1071,380487%1,163481142%
#77Mini Countryman7,7029,481-18.8%1,4221,20318.2%
#78Fiat 500X7,4811,218514%9509420.8%
#79Toyota Sequoia7,3227,1073.0%1,0251,0151.0%
#80Land Rover LR47,2405,05243.3%94069335.6%
#81Lincoln Navigator6,5656,624-0.9%764785-2.7%
#82Land Rover Range Rover Evoque5,9448,143-27.0%1,0361,497-30.8%
#83Mazda CX-95,92410,848-45.4%2,2431,59141.0%
#84Nissan Armada5,8578,067-27.4%606878-31.0%
#85BMW X63,9404,351-9.4%4053933.1%
#86Infiniti QX703,4163,2016.7%242310-21.9%
#87Jaguar F-Pace3,398------1,609------
#88Buick Envision2,947------1,421------
#89BMW X42,9443,553-17.1%329407-19.2%
#90Lexus LX5702,9031,88653.9%32621948.9%
#91Volkswagen Touareg2,5113,986-37.0%308676-54.4%
#92Mercedes-Benz G-Class2,4221,96223.4%30825421.3%
#93Lincoln MKT2,4172,694-10.3%259591-56.2%
#94Toyota Land Cruiser1,9601,47333.1%28718257.7%
#95Toyota Venza56315,426-96.4%202,229-99.1%
#96Mini Paceman57933-93.9%295-97.9%
#97Nissan Xterra368,114-99.6%---1,196-100%
#98Toyota FJ Cruiser8221-96.4%23-33.3%
#99Land Rover LR2371-95.8%---2-100%
#100Chevrolet Captiva Sport254-96.3%---1-100%
#101Acura ZDX---2-100%---------
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Total
3,872,1413,590,7727.8%608,176563,3208.0%
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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.
° 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.
HybridCars.com Model X estimate: 1500 in July; 8400 YTD.

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