January 2017 U.S. SUV And Crossover Sales Rankings - Top 99 Best-Selling SUVs In America - Every SUV Ranked

U.S. sales of SUVs and crossovers, led by the Honda CR-V and Nissan Rogue that both reported record January sales, broke through into the New Year with a 10% surge to 487,000 units in January 2017, equal to 43% of the overall market.

Cars, conversely, were crushed, as their volume fell 13% and their share of the market slid from 41% in January 2016 to just 36% in January 2017.



U.S. SUV/Crossover Sales By Model - February 2017 YTD
U.S. SUV/Crossover Sales By Model - 2016 Year End
U.S. SUV/Crossover Sales By Model - January 2016


The CR-V, Rogue, Toyota RAV4, Ford Escape, and Ford Explorer – America's five top-selling utilities – combined for 22,000 additional sales in January. Comparatively, the two top-selling Hondas and Toyota cars, four of the five most popular cars in America in January, combined to lose more than 13,000 sales.


It's a tale of two cities. And the bigger, higher-riding, more profitable city is now outselling the smaller, lower, less flexible city by a count of 1.2-to-1. 

Newly launched in late December in fifth-gen form, Honda sold 29,287 CR-Vs in January 2017. One year ago, the top-selling utility vehicle in America managed only 26% fewer sales. The Rogue, refreshed for 2017, jumped 46% to 28,760 units, 527 units less than the CR-V.



Pickup Truck Sales In America - January 2017
Minivan Sales In America - January 2017





America's top-selling premium brand utility was the 30th-ranked Lexus RX, sales of which tumbled 21% as the Lexus brand reported its lowest-volume month in five years. Across the Toyota spectrum, sales fell 11% in January. Add that to an 11% drop at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and you have the reason for the market's modest dip.

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U.S. Vehicle Sales Rankings By Model - January 2017
U.S. Car Sales Rankings By Model - January 2017



Reminder: these are January 2017 rankings, but you can sort SUVs/crossovers by prior year volume by clicking the January 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 • February 2017 • December 2016January 2016

Rank
SUV/Crossover
Jan.
2017
Jan.
2016
%
Change
#1Honda CR-V29,28719,20852.5%
#2Nissan Rogue28,76019,76245.5%
#3Toyota RAV422,15521,5542.8%
#4Ford Escape20,58819,2197.1%
#5Ford Explorer17,65016,6146.2%
#5.1Ford Explorer *15,29414,2667.2%
#5.2Ford Explorer Police Interceptor *2,3562,3480.3%
#6Chevrolet Equinox17,57418,574-5.4%
#7Jeep Grand Cherokee17,30113,97523.8%
#8Subaru Outback13,18611,19717.8%
#9Subaru Forester12,85311,9048.0%
#10Toyota Highlander12,65611,25812.4%
#11Dodge Journey12,63611,5869.1%
#12Jeep Cherokee12,55116,783-25.2%
#13Jeep Wrangler11,33410,9873.2%
#14Jeep Renegade9,3656,16751.9%
#15Ford Edge9,0919,533-4.6%
#16GMC Acadia8,8995,38565.3%
#17Toyota 4Runner8,6997,49616.0%
#18Chevrolet Traverse8,2187,01417.2%
#19Mazda CX-58,0687,06314.2%
#20Hyundai Santa Fe7,8895,13953.5%
#21Nissan Pathfinder7,2816,45112.9%
#22Honda Pilot7,1808,561-16.1%
#23Subaru Crosstrek6,5076,4480.9%
#24GMC Terrain6,2418,835-29.4%
#25Kia Sorento6,1796,695-7.7%
#26Chevrolet Tahoe5,8816,199-5.1%
#27Hyundai Tucson5,7485,21810.2%
#28Honda HR-V5,6894,17736.2%
#29Chevrolet Suburban5,6343,27072.3%
#30Lexus RX5,5206,956-20.6%
#31Buick Encore5,2584,9206.9%
#32Chevrolet Trax5,2573,74640.3%
#33Dodge Durango4,7076,001-21.6%
#34Jeep Patriot4,7008,584-45.2%
#35Kia Sportage4,6234,803-3.7%
#36Nissan Murano4,3635,516-20.9%
#37Ford Expedition4,0642,85542.3%
#38Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class & M-Class3,9703,6638.4%
#39Cadillac XT53,883------
#40Audi Q53,6362,69135.1%
#41Volkswagen Tiguan3,5162,52839.1%
#42BMW X53,2762,58426.8%
#43Acura MDX3,2743,576-8.4%
#44Acura RDX3,2023,1043.2%
#45Jeep Compass3,1646,271-49.5%
#46BMW X33,1542,00257.5%
#47GMC Yukon3,0802,56720.0%
#48Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class & GLK-Class3,0652,8497.6%
#49Lexus NX2,9643,133-5.4%
#50Lincoln MKX2,9282,05242.7%
#51Buick Enclave2,6923,692-27.1%
#52Audi Q72,4112,3363.2%
#53BMW X12,3511,93721.4%
#54Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class & GL-Class2,3361,79630.1%
#55Cadillac Escalade2,1972,0029.7%
#55.1Cadillac Escalade *1,2181,227-0.7%
#55.2Cadillac Escalade ESV *97977526.3%
#56Infiniti QX602,1892,372-7.7%
#57Buick Envision2,187------
#58GMC Yukon XL2,0781,9954.2%
#59Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class2,0073,041-34.0%
#60Mitsubishi Outlander Sport1,9902,233-10.9%
#61Porsche Macan1,9601,46933.4%
#62Land Rover Range Rover Sport1,9181,36140.9%
#63Nissan Armada1,908774147%
#64Land Rover Range Rover1,8331,47524.3%
#65Ford Flex1,8311,991-8.0%
#66Infiniti QX801,7491,16450.3%
#67Mitsubishi Outlander1,6881,5439.4%
#68Lincoln MKC1,6681,43616.2%
#69Mazda CX-91,591512211%
#70Volvo XC901,5562,375-34.5%
#71Jaguar F-Pace1,458------
#72Lexus GX1,4181,608-11.8%
#73Land Rover Discovery Sport1,3691,04031.6%
#74Porsche Cayenne1,3501,395-3.2%
#75Nissan Juke1,3041,510-13.6%
#76Infiniti QX501,20699421.3%
#77Mazda CX-31,1841,376-14.0%
#78Audi Q31,18190230.9%
#79Infiniti QX301,158------
#80Toyota Sequoia1,14685234.5%
#81Mini Countryman1,122504123%
#82Land Rover Range Rover Evoque916933-1.8%
#83Infiniti QX7084243693.1%
#84Volvo XC60804860-6.5%
#85Lincoln Navigator652700-6.9%
#86Fiat 500X6001,041-42.4%
#87Lexus LX534585-8.7%
#88BMW X642938511.4%
#89Maserati Levante379------
#90Mercedes-Benz G-Class322338-4.7%
#91Toyota Land Cruiser272273-0.4%
#92Lincoln MKT260505-48.5%
#93Volkswagen Touareg247354-30.2%
#94BMW X4211262-19.5%
#95Land Rover LR4127846-85.0%
#96Bentley Bentayga70------
#97Cadillac SRX674,778-98.6%
#98Toyota Venza4184-97.8%
#99Mini Paceman18-87.5%
#284Nissan Xterra---18-100%
#294Toyota FJ Cruiser---1-100%
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Total
487,477444,8659.6%
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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.
Sales data for brands such as Aston Martin, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Lotus, Rolls-Royce etc. are unfortunately not broken down by model. ANDC estimates say sales for Aston Martin and Lotus in 2017's first month were 87 and 15 units, respectively. 
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 150% to 1000.
WSJ Model X estimate: up 500% to 2100.

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