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

2017 Honda CR-V red
While many sectors of the American new vehicle market stumbled in October 2016, the third consecutive month of decline for an industry which had grown 2% through the first-half of the year, SUVs and crossovers continue to make headway.

American auto consumers purchased and leased 565,000 utility vehicles in October 2016, 12,000 more than in the same period one year ago, a modest 2%


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


But that 2% increase occurred during an abbreviated sales month. There were only 26 selling days in October 2016; 28 in October of last year (when sales reporting extended two days into November.) On a per-day basis, U.S. sales of SUVs/crossovers – led by the Honda CR-V – jumped 10% in October 2016, year-over-year. 


Strictly viewed from a volume perspective, only one of the six top-selling SUVs/crossovers in America reported year-over-year improvements. But that vehicle, incidentally, was the most popular utility vehicle in America: the Honda CR-V. 


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



In fact, the Honda CR-V reported its best-ever October results. With 30,306 sales, the CR-V owned 5.4% of America's SUV/crossover market. 


In each of the last four years, throughout the fourth-gen CR-V's lifespan, the Honda CR-V was America's top-selling utility vehicle. In 2016, after trailing for much of the year, the CR-V now leads the second-ranked Toyota RAV4 by nearly 4,000 units. 

As it turns out, Honda is now ready to launch a fifth-generation CR-V, pictured above. Quite apparently, with a low-key debut in October, Honda didn't draw so much attention to the new CR-V that demand for the outgoing model was decreased.

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



Reminder: these are 2016 year-to-date rankings, but you can sort SUVs/crossovers by October volume by clicking the October 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
Oct.
2016 YTD
Oct.
2015 YTD
%
Change
Oct.
2016
Oct.
2015
% Change
#1Honda CR-V293,799288,5311.8%30,30629,0324.4%
#2Toyota RAV4286,809256,17812.0%26,42928,256-6.5%
#3Nissan Rogue262,798238,14610.4%21,17924,939-15.1%
#4Ford Escape258,269257,7310.2%23,50524,719-4.9%
#5Ford Explorer207,022210,894-1.8%18,59720,723-10.3%
#5.1Ford Explorer *180,019190,276-5.4%16,10618,748-14.1%
#5.2Ford Explorer Police Interceptor *27,00320,61831.0%2,4911,97526.1%
#6Chevrolet Equinox193,400236,128-18.1%19,66422,086-11.0%
#7Jeep Cherokee171,877177,874-3.4%13,53117,533-22.8%
#8Jeep Grand Cherokee171,793158,0848.7%17,86716,4058.9%
#9Jeep Wrangler163,096172,887-5.7%14,46915,632-7.4%
#10Subaru Forester145,982144,7400.9%15,33015,1721.0%
#11Toyota Highlander144,713130,07611.3%17,66813,31632.7%
#12Subaru Outback144,434123,14817.3%18,00814,72922.3%
#13Ford Edge111,140105,7205.1%8,06410,011-19.4%
#14Hyundai Santa Fe109,60999,46010.2%11,31111,0602.3%
#15Jeep Patriot105,54999,0356.6%9,5109,3691.5%
#16Honda Pilot99,676111,893-10.9%8,67712,913-32.8%
#17Chevrolet Traverse97,126102,118-4.9%10,9849,15520.0%
#18Kia Sorento93,25394,354-1.2%7,6518,593-11.0%
#19Toyota 4Runner91,83579,49815.5%8,5378,596-0.7%
#20Mazda CX-591,38191,2770.1%8,9429,264-3.5%
#21Dodge Journey89,85892,233-2.6%11,91210,19816.8%
#22Jeep Renegade84,49444,49289.9%7,2427,979-9.2%
#23Lexus RX84,28477,9408.1%8,0448,0180.3%
#24Chevrolet Tahoe81,97671,35214.9%11,9766,62480.8%
#25Jeep Compass79,12354,97943.9%6,2076,787-8.5%
#26Subaru Crosstrek77,17774,0514.2%8,3677,31314.4%
#27GMC Terrain74,27093,382-20.5%6,3589,987-36.3%
#28Hyundai Tucson73,42148,37451.8%8,0887,29810.8%
#29Nissan Murano71,48350,25042.3%10,7015,350100%
#30Kia Sportage69,25143,48459.3%5,7414,47628.3%
#31GMC Acadia67,10982,351-18.5%8,5696,92823.7%
#32Nissan Pathfinder65,53268,581-4.4%6,4215,58415.0%
#33Honda HR-V64,86633,72792.3%6,5964,50246.5%
#34Buick Encore63,64855,91813.8%7,1646,6338.0%
#35Chevrolet Trax62,80251,22622.6%8,6788,1756.2%
#36Dodge Durango57,74451,25312.7%4,6515,134-9.4%
#37Ford Expedition49,37234,40743.5%3,8933,924-0.8%
#38Chevrolet Suburban45,93239,30016.9%6,6503,58585.5%
#39Buick Enclave44,72051,487-13.1%4,0174,702-14.6%
#40Acura MDX44,63047,862-6.8%5,0524,40514.7%
#41Acura RDX42,66642,3930.6%3,9443,8911.4%
#42Lexus NX42,38935,34619.9%4,2743,39925.7%
#43Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class & M-Class41,52341,3270.5%4,0424,880-17.2%
#44GMC Yukon41,00233,53622.3%5,6773,52561.1%
#45Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class & GLK-Class39,97822,32079.1%3,5881,94384.7%
#46Audi Q538,96741,429-5.9%3,7724,863-22.4%
#47BMW X536,70344,782-18.0%3,8854,292-9.5%
#48BMW X334,68323,81145.7%3,6803,02821.5%
#49Infiniti QX6033,99633,0472.9%2,9293,669-20.2%
#50Volkswagen Tiguan33,54727,03624.1%3,3224,815-31.0%
#51Cadillac Escalade30,12828,2816.5%3,4413,1519.2%
#51.1Cadillac Escalade *18,11916,8157.8%1,9881,8388.2%
#51.2Cadillac Escalade ESV *12,00911,4664.7%1,4531,31310.7%
#52Mitsubishi Outlander Sport28,21230,655-8.0%2,6943,094-12.9%
#53GMC Yukon XL27,58223,66116.6%3,4692,72227.4%
#54Cadillac XT526,685------4,989------
#55Volvo XC9026,6127,406259%2,3832,565-7.1%
#56Lincoln MKX24,98917,35644.0%2,2792,1894.1%
#57Audi Q724,68316,52749.4%2,7982,10632.9%
#58Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class & GL-Class24,07221,9429.7%2,8282,6138.2%
#59Cadillac SRX21,90456,732-61.4%1186,020-98.0%
#60Mitsubishi Outlander21,89115,40242.1%2,4292,04019.1%
#61BMW X120,88210,85992.3%2,710601351%
#62Lincoln MKC20,70220,2192.4%1,9161,982-3.3%
#63Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class19,96720,672-3.4%2,5602,02526.4%
#64Lexus GX46019,36720,083-3.6%1,8222,223-18.0%
#65Ford Flex18,10016,4719.9%1,0661,409-24.3%
#66Nissan Juke17,07223,266-26.6%8581,804-52.4%
#67Land Rover Range Rover Sport16,92517,437-2.9%1,5801,906-17.1%
#68Audi Q316,38810,61954.3%1,944887119%
#69Mazda CX-315,5563,420355%1,5501,38212.2%
#70Volvo XC6015,54220,546-24.4%1,6111,912-15.7%
#71Porsche Macan15,48211,18938.4%2,120908133%
#72Infiniti QX5013,5053,107335%1,10698911.8%
#73Infiniti QX8013,00811,73810.8%1,2141,2060.7%
#74Land Rover Range Rover12,74814,388-11.4%1,2231,803-32.2%
#75Porsche Cayenne12,71213,721-7.4%1,2061,454-17.1%
#76Mazda CX-911,46315,644-26.7%1,8421,48424.1%
#77Land Rover Discovery Sport11,4454,757141%1,0991,356-19.0%
#78Mini Countryman10,98613,278-17.3%9411,219-22.8%
#79Toyota Sequoia10,07310,602-5.0%9391,303-27.9%
#80Fiat 500X10,0476,16463.0%7831,994-60.7%
#81Land Rover LR49,8896,78945.7%756869-13.0%
#82Nissan Armada9,82310,769-8.8%1,74097079.4%
#83Land Rover Range Rover Evoque8,91312,157-26.7%8741,265-30.9%
#84Lincoln Navigator8,6349,754-11.5%598994-39.8%
#85Buick Envision8,477------2,351------
#86Jaguar F-Pace6,669------1,240------
#87BMW X65,7145,6870.5%5905605.4%
#88Infiniti QX704,4334,4300.1%371480-22.7%
#89Lexus LX5704,2572,48071.7%565216162%
#90BMW X44,1854,973-15.8%409492-16.9%
#91Volkswagen Touareg3,4796,154-43.5%271840-67.7%
#92Lincoln MKT3,1923,865-17.4%248456-45.6%
#93Mercedes-Benz G-Class3,1712,74115.7%196303-35.3%
#94Toyota Land Cruiser2,9041,94349.5%34918687.6%
#95Infiniti QX301,046------723------
#96Maserati Levante979------501------
#97Toyota Venza58420,348-97.1%41,191-99.7%
#98Bentley Bentayga505------142------
#99Mini Paceman791,340-94.1%1128-52.2%
#100Nissan Xterra3810,433-99.6%---421-100%
#101Toyota FJ Cruiser8225-96.4%---1-100%
#102Land Rover LR2374-95.9%---------
#103Chevrolet Captiva Sport255-96.4%---------
#104Acura ZDX---2-100%---------
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Total
5,626,4195,279,8096.6%565,126553,0292.2%
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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: up 9900% to 1000 in October; up 83,200% to 13,328 YTD.
WSJ Model X estimate: 1800 in October; 9250 YTD.

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