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

2016 Toyota RAV4 hybrid cargo area
Despite a distant third-place finish in November 2016, the Honda CR-V nevertheless appears certain to end 2016 as America's top-selling SUV/crossover for a fifth consecutive year.

Toyota RAV4 sales grew 3%, year-over-year, in November. RAV4 sales are up 11% this year. But that rate of growth has not yet made a RAV4 victory likely at the end of the year. Heading into December, the CR-V is 4632 sales ahead.


U.S. SUV/Crossover Sales By Model - 2016 Year End
U.S. SUV/Crossover Sales By Model - October 2016 YTD
U.S. SUV/Crossover Sales By Model - November 2015 YTD



The transition into a new CR-V generation in December could further slow sales growth for Honda's core utility vehicle. But the CR-V streak that began in 2007 and was only briefly interrupted by the Ford Escape in 2011 seems certain to continue for at least one more year.



Yet Honda appears uncertain that 2017 will be a sixth consecutive year of CR-V sales leadership. Toyota continues to ramp up RAV4 production – Honda is determined not to chase volume just for the sake of a #1 position. 

The CR-V accounts for 64% of American Honda's Honda brand SUV/crossover volume, 24% of total Honda sales, and 22% of total American Honda volume. While Toyota produces  13% of its RAV4 volume with a hybrid model, Honda has not brought a hybrid CR-V to North America and has no immediate plans to do so.


U.S. Vehicle Sales Rankings By Model - November 2016 YTD
U.S. Car Sales Rankings By Model - November 2016 YTD
Pickup Truck Sales In America - November 2016
Minivan Sales In America - November 2016



U.S. SUV/crossover volume jumped 11% in November 2016. Year-to-date, SUVs/CUVs account for 39% of total U.S. new vehicle sales volume.

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

Rank
SUV/Crossover
Nov.
2016 YTD
Nov.
2015 YTD
%
Change
Nov.
2016
Nov.
2015
% Change
#1Honda CR-V319,557314,4621.6%25,75825,931-0.7%
#2Toyota RAV4314,925283,54611.1%28,11627,3682.7%
#3Nissan Rogue289,427260,71111.0%26,62922,56518.0%
#4Ford Escape281,281278,5381.0%23,01220,80710.6%
#5Ford Explorer226,650227,584-0.4%19,62816,69017.6%
#5.1Ford Explorer *197,264205,417-4.0%17,24515,14113.9%
#5.2Ford Explorer Police Interceptor *29,38622,16732.6%2,3831,54953.8%
#6Chevrolet Equinox215,000255,762-15.9%21,60019,63410.0%
#7Jeep Grand Cherokee189,023175,7467.6%17,23017,662-2.4%
#8Jeep Cherokee183,356196,092-6.5%11,47918,218-37.0%
#9Jeep Wrangler176,053186,835-5.8%12,95713,948-7.1%
#10Toyota Highlander165,954142,81716.2%21,24112,74166.7%
#11Subaru Outback162,203136,22719.1%17,76913,07935.9%
#12Subaru Forester160,578158,3951.4%14,59613,6556.9%
#13Ford Edge121,897113,8577.1%10,7578,13732.2%
#14Hyundai Santa Fe120,395108,61610.8%10,7869,15617.8%
#15Jeep Patriot114,117108,9684.7%8,5689,933-13.7%
#16Honda Pilot108,700122,868-11.5%9,02410,975-17.8%
#17Chevrolet Traverse106,320110,802-4.0%9,1948,6845.9%
#18Kia Sorento102,951103,377-0.4%9,6989,0237.5%
#19Toyota 4Runner100,46387,08115.4%8,6287,58313.8%
#20Mazda CX-5100,246100,0330.2%8,8658,7561.2%
#21Dodge Journey96,991100,256-3.3%7,1338,023-11.1%
#22Jeep Renegade94,56152,21181.1%10,0677,71930.4%
#23Lexus RX94,55388,7116.6%10,26910,771-4.7%
#24Chevrolet Tahoe91,40978,56916.3%9,4337,21730.7%
#25Jeep Compass86,10764,18834.1%6,9849,209-24.2%
#26Subaru Crosstrek85,44880,8375.7%8,2716,78621.9%
#27Hyundai Tucson81,03755,28046.6%7,6166,90610.3%
#28GMC Terrain80,485102,381-21.4%6,2158,999-30.9%
#29Nissan Murano79,07255,82441.6%7,5895,57436.2%
#30GMC Acadia76,27789,127-14.4%9,1686,77635.3%
#31Kia Sportage74,85947,69557.0%5,6084,21133.2%
#32Honda HR-V73,00737,23296.1%8,1413,505132%
#33Nissan Pathfinder72,33373,675-1.8%6,8015,09433.5%
#34Chevrolet Trax71,00957,70723.1%8,2076,48126.6%
#35Buick Encore70,81061,05116.0%7,1625,13339.5%
#36Dodge Durango62,67856,89710.2%4,9345,644-12.6%
#37Ford Expedition54,57637,38746.0%5,2042,98074.6%
#38Chevrolet Suburban52,50944,51618.0%6,5775,21626.1%
#39Acura MDX49,25251,954-5.2%4,6224,09213.0%
#40Buick Enclave48,22856,145-14.1%3,5084,658-24.7%
#41Lexus NX47,50938,63023.0%5,1203,28455.9%
#42GMC Yukon47,17137,46125.9%6,1693,92557.2%
#3Acura RDX46,41646,0840.7%3,7503,6911.6%
#44Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class & M-Class46,21746,577-0.8%4,6945,250-10.6%
#45Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class & GLK-Class43,85423,53686.3%3,8761,216219%
#46Audi Q543,15445,949-6.1%4,1874,520-7.4%
#47BMW X541,39648,747-15.1%4,6933,96518.4%
#48BMW X339,21828,79836.2%4,5354,987-9.1%
#49Volkswagen Tiguan38,06330,94323.0%4,5163,90715.6%
#50Infiniti QX6037,19236,7831.1%3,1963,736-14.5%
#51Cadillac Escalade33,62031,2627.5%3,4922,98117.1%
#51.1Cadillac Escalade *20,21618,4879.4%2,0971,67225.4%
#51.2Cadillac Escalade ESV *13,40412,7754.9%1,3951,3096.6%
#52Cadillac XT532,049------5,364------
#53GMC Yukon XL31,19826,79816.4%3,6163,13715.3%
#54Mitsubishi Outlander Sport30,56733,610-9.1%2,3552,955-20.3%
#55Volvo XC9029,2189,642203%2,6062,23616.5%
#56Lincoln MKX27,44019,23942.6%2,4511,88330.2%
#57Audi Q727,28817,80653.3%2,6051,279104%
#58Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class & GL-Class27,18024,8589.3%3,1082,9166.6%
#59Mitsubishi Outlander24,11117,11940.8%2,2201,71729.3%
#60BMW X123,62712,65186.8%2,7451,79253.2%
#61Lincoln MKC22,76722,0243.4%2,0651,80514.4%
#62Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class22,19423,393-5.1%2,2272,721-18.2%
#63Cadillac SRX22,01561,819-64.4%1115,087-97.8%
#64Lexus GX21,67422,094-1.9%2,3072,01114.7%
#65Ford Flex19,57817,8359.8%1,4781,3648.4%
#66Land Rover Range Rover Sport18,81019,213-2.1%1,8851,7766.1%
#67Nissan Juke18,28725,163-27.3%1,2151,897-36.0%
#68Audi Q318,00111,72853.5%1,6131,10945.4%
#69Volvo XC6017,66922,623-21.9%2,1272,0772.4%
#70Porsche Macan17,53612,15144.3%2,054962114%
#71Mazda CX-316,9114,743257%1,3551,3232.4%
#72Infiniti QX5014,9474,015272%1,44290858.8%
#73Infiniti QX8014,74613,4759.4%1,7381,7370.1%
#74Porsche Cayenne14,28415,244-6.3%1,5721,5233.2%
#75Land Rover Range Rover13,99015,986-12.5%1,2421,598-22.3%
#76Mazda CX-913,45716,846-20.1%1,9941,20265.9%
#77Land Rover Discovery Sport12,5845,937112%1,1391,180-3.5%
#78Mini Countryman11,85314,538-18.5%8671,260-31.2%
#79Nissan Armada11,56111,581-0.2%1,738812114%
#80Toyota Sequoia11,19611,576-3.3%1,12397415.3%
#81Fiat 500X10,8697,78539.6%8221,621-49.3%
#82Land Rover LR410,3927,71634.7%503927-45.7%
#83Buick Envision10,262------1,785------
#84Land Rover Range Rover Evoque9,80313,213-25.8%8901,056-15.7%
#85Lincoln Navigator9,31110,714-13.1%677960-29.5%
#86Jaguar F-Pace8,194------1,525------
#87BMW X66,3236,359-0.6%609672-9.4%
#88Infiniti QX705,1755,0402.7%74261021.6%
#89Lexus LX4,8712,99262.8%61451219.9%
#90BMW X44,5905,545-17.2%405572-29.2%
#91Volkswagen Touareg3,8276,551-41.6%348397-12.3%
#92Mercedes-Benz G-Class3,4973,07513.7%326334-2.4%
#93Lincoln MKT3,3794,290-21.2%187425-56.0%
#94Toyota Land Cruiser3,2492,33739.0%345394-12.4%
#95Infiniti QX301,519------473------
#96Maserati Levante1,309------331------
#97Bentley Bentayga643------138------
#98Toyota Venza58820,950-97.2%4602-99.3%
#99Mini Paceman841,670-95.0%5330-98.5%
#100Nissan Xterra3810,602-99.6%---------
#101Toyota FJ Cruiser9226-96.0%110.0%
#102Land Rover LR2376-96.1%---2-100%
#103Chevrolet Captiva Sport255-96.4%---------
#303Acura ZDX---2-100%---------
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Total
6,202,7825,801,6356.9%576,364521,82610.5%
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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.
° Total representative of all reported models.
` FCA figures in this space include Alfa Romeo, Chrysler, Dodge, Ferrari, Fiat, Jeep, Maserati, and Ram. 
† Tesla figures are estimates from HybridCars.com.
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 9233% to 1400 in November; up 2150% to 14,728 YTD.
WSJ Model X estimate: 2000 in November; 11,250 YTD.

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