September 2016 YTD U.S. SUV And Crossover Sales Rankings - Top 103 Best-Selling SUVs In America - Every SUV Ranked

2016 Lexus RX350 F Sport
Despite the overall American auto industry's sales decline of late, U.S. sales of SUVs and crossovers continue to grow. September volume jumped 4% as overall new vehicle sales volume slipped slightly. Year-to-date, U.S. SUV/crossover sales are up 7%, a gain of more than 330,000 units.

The Honda CR-V expanded its lead over the Toyota RAV4 with a 2446-unit victory in September. The RAV4 led through much of the year, but with 2016 entering its fourth quarter, Honda clearly wants to cement its best-selling SUV crown for a fifth consecutive year.



U.S. SUV/Crossover Sales By Model - October 2016 YTD
U.S. SUV/Crossover Sales By Model - August 2016 YTD
U.S. SUV/Crossover Sales By Model - September 2015 YTD


SUVs/crossovers grabbed 40% of the overall new vehicle market in September 2016, up from 38% a year ago. The five top-selling utility vehicles in America produce nearly one-quarter of the SUV/CUV market. 




America's top-selling premium brand utility vehicle this year continues to be the Lexus RX, sales of which climbed 9% in the first three-quarters of 2016. The RX is selling nearly twice as frequently as the Acura MDX, its nearest upmarket rival. 

The RX is a perennial favourite, but there's no shortage of new contenders at a premium price point. 2016 has seen the introduction of the Jaguar F-Pace, Cadillac XT5, Bentley Bentayga, Maserati Levante, and Infiniti QX30.



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



Full-size SUVs stole some of the SUV/crossover limelight in September, as well. Sales of GM's six brutes – Tahoe, Suburban, Yukon, Yukon XL, Escalade, ESV – jumped 46% to 28,172 units, equal to 11% of GM's U.S. September sales tally.

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



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


Rank
SUV/Crossover
Sept.
2016 YTD
Sept.
2015 YTD
%
Change
Sept.
2016
Sept.
2015
% Change
#1Honda CR-V263,493259,4991.5%31,88429,9256.5%
#2Toyota RAV4260,380227,92214.2%29,43827,1048.6%
#3Nissan Rogue241,619213,20713.3%26,45925,0645.6%
#4Ford Escape234,764233,0120.8%25,06528,473-12.0%
#5Ford Explorer188,425190,171-0.9%19,14620,715-7.6%
#5.1Ford Explorer *163,913171,528-4.4%16,66719,005-12.3%
#5.2Ford Explorer Police Interceptor *24,51218,64331.5%2,4791,71045.0%
#6Chevrolet Equinox173,736214,042-18.8%15,26121,537-29.1%
#7Jeep Cherokee158,346160,341-1.2%17,99520,484-12.2%
#8Jeep Grand Cherokee153,926141,6798.6%18,50715,71517.8%
#9Jeep Wrangler148,627157,255-5.5%14,25517,486-18.5%
#10Subaru Forester130,652129,5680.8%15,88315,3643.4%
#11Toyota Highlander127,045116,7608.8%14,93712,31021.3%
#12Subaru Outback126,426108,41916.6%16,97815,12612.2%
#13Ford Edge103,07695,7097.7%10,32210,2620.6%
#14Hyundai Santa Fe98,29888,40011.2%11,35010,7525.6%
#15Jeep Patriot96,03989,6667.1%12,3169,28032.7%
#16Honda Pilot90,99998,980-8.1%9,20610,238-10.1%
#17Chevrolet Traverse86,14292,963-7.3%7,9228,857-10.6%
#18Kia Sorento85,60285,761-0.2%8,1379,380-13.3%
#19Toyota 4Runner83,29870,90217.5%9,0587,50620.7%
#20Mazda CX-582,43982,0130.5%9,3859,1073.1%
#21Dodge Journey77,94682,035-5.0%12,09111,4425.7%
#22Jeep Renegade77,25236,513112%6,7767,774-12.8%
#23Lexus RX76,24069,9229.0%8,6057,75910.9%
#24Jeep Compass72,91648,19251.3%6,4827,701-15.8%
#25Chevrolet Tahoe70,00064,7288.1%10,0516,11964.3%
#26Subaru Crosstrek68,81066,7383.1%8,2617,41411.4%
#27GMC Terrain67,91283,395-18.6%5,65610,935-48.3%
#28Hyundai Tucson65,33341,07659.1%7,3337,925-7.5%
#29Kia Sportage63,51039,00862.8%6,2824,01256.6%
#30Nissan Murano60,78244,90035.4%7,5365,16645.9%
#31Nissan Pathfinder59,11162,997-6.2%8,0286,20329.4%
#32GMC Acadia58,54075,423-22.4%6,7956,6472.2%
#33Honda HR-V58,27029,22599.4%6,8534,60848.7%
#34Buick Encore56,48449,28514.6%7,2975,62429.7%
#35Chevrolet Trax54,12443,05125.7%8,5266,14038.9%
#36Dodge Durango53,09346,11915.1%4,2744,703-9.1%
#37Ford Expedition45,47930,48349.2%6,0333,48972.9%
#38Buick Enclave40,70346,785-13.0%3,9734,732-16.0%
#39Acura MDX39,57843,457-8.9%4,9304,31314.3%
#40Chevrolet Suburban39,28235,71510.0%5,5753,52158.3%
#41Acura RDX38,72238,5020.6%3,9193,8481.8%
#42Lexus NX38,11531,94719.3%4,7293,11351.9%
#43Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class & M-Class37,48136,4472.8%4,1275,151-19.9%
#44Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class & GLK-Class36,39020,37778.6%4,8732,056137%
#45GMC Yukon35,32530,01117.7%5,2963,96333.6%
#46Audi Q535,19536,566-3.7%3,9575,149-23.2%
#47BMW X532,81840,490-18.9%3,7492,52548.5%
#48Infiniti QX6031,06729,3785.7%3,1263,845-18.7%
#49BMW X331,00320,78349.2%3,8293,03326.2%
#50Volkswagen Tiguan30,22522,22136.0%2,9882,9720.5%
#51Cadillac Escalade26,68725,1306.2%3,7502,80933.5%
#51.1Cadillac Escalade *16,13114,9777.7%2,0971,62828.8%
#51.2Cadillac Escalade ESV *10,55610,1534.0%1,6531,18140.0%
#52Mitsubishi Outlander Sport25,51827,561-7.4%2,5703,140-18.2%
#53Volvo XC9024,2294,841400%2,4651,182109%
#54GMC Yukon XL24,11320,93915.2%3,5003,02715.6%
#55Lincoln MKX22,71015,16749.7%2,3222,1368.7%
#56Audi Q721,88514,42151.8%2,4751,94127.5%
#57Cadillac SRX21,78650,712-57.0%4406,849-93.6%
#58Cadillac XT521,696------4,608------
#59Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class & GL-Class21,24419,3299.9%2,7822,44813.6%
#60Mitsubishi Outlander19,46213,36245.7%1,9251,949-1.2%
#61Lincoln MKC18,78618,2373.0%2,0862,0392.3%
#62BMW X118,17210,25877.2%2,463847191%
#63Lexus GX46017,54517,860-1.8%1,9841,61123.2%
#64Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class17,40718,647-6.7%2,0322,125-4.4%
#65Ford Flex17,03415,06213.1%1,5941,26625.9%
#66Nissan Juke16,21421,462-24.5%9472,108-55.1%
#67Land Rover Range Rover Sport15,34515,531-1.2%1,5321,633-6.2%
#68Audi Q314,4449,73248.4%1,9191,13069.8%
#69Mazda CX-314,0062,038587%1,5131,34012.9%
#70Volvo XC6013,93118,634-25.2%1,1572,217-47.8%
#71Porsche Macan13,36210,28130.0%1,9981,16072.2%
#72Infiniti QX5012,3992,118485%1,215263362%
#73Infiniti QX8011,79410,53212.0%1,2021,04415.1%
#74Land Rover Range Rover11,52512,585-8.4%1,0061,361-26.1%
#75Porsche Cayenne11,50612,267-6.2%1,2391,323-6.3%
#76Land Rover Discovery Sport10,3463,401204%1,2011,1405.4%
#77Mini Countryman10,04512,059-16.7%1,0311,180-12.6%
#78Mazda CX-99,62114,160-32.1%1,8341,55917.6%
#79Fiat 500X9,2644,170122%8391,856-54.8%
#80Toyota Sequoia9,1349,299-1.8%9071,144-20.7%
#81Land Rover LR49,1335,92054.3%933400133%
#82Nissan Armada8,0839,799-17.5%1,712841104%
#83Land Rover Range Rover Evoque8,03910,892-26.2%9651,319-26.8%
#84Lincoln Navigator8,0368,760-8.3%6741,082-37.7%
#85Buick Envision6,126------1,648------
#86Jaguar F-Pace5,429------809------
#87BMW X65,1245,127-0.1%60433381.4%
#88Infiniti QX704,0623,9502.8%363476-23.7%
#89BMW X43,7764,481-15.7%400475-15.8%
#90Lexus LX5703,6922,26463.1%386172124%
#91Volkswagen Touareg3,2085,314-39.6%330638-48.3%
#92Mercedes-Benz G-Class2,9752,43822.0%25120920.1%
#93Lincoln MKT2,9443,409-13.6%254430-40.9%
#94Toyota Land Cruiser2,5551,75745.4%325120171%
#95Toyota Venza58019,157-97.0%61,584-99.6%
#96Maserati Levante478------387------
#97Bentley Bentayga363------140------
#98Infiniti QX30323------249------
#99Mini Paceman681,317-94.8%5102-95.1%
#100Nissan Xterra3810,012-99.6%---766-100%
#101Toyota FJ Cruiser8224-96.4%---1-100%
#102Land Rover LR2374-95.9%---2-100%
#103Chevrolet Captiva Sport255-96.4%---------
#104Acura ZDX---2-100%---------
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Total
5,061,2934,726,7857.1%572,431549,3444.2%
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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.
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: +43,233% to 2600 in September; +214,900 to 12,900 YTD.
WSJ Model X estimate: 1300 in September; 7450 YTD.

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