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

2017 Infiniti QX70
Although America's new vehicle market shrunk slightly for a second consecutive month in February 2017, U.S. sales of SUVs and crossovers continued to expand at a rapid rate.

The U.S. auto industry reported a 1% decline through the first two months of 2017, not an unexpected result for a market that had slowed in the latter portion of a record-setting 2016 calendar year; a market boosted by strong incentives. 


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


But led by five popular utility vehicles that all expanded their volume in early 2017 and in the month of February 2017 specifically, SUV/crossover sales are up 9% through one-sixth of 2017, an 87,000-unit improvement. 


The Nissan Rogue's massive increases come as Nissan prepares to launch a smaller Rogue, the Rogue Sport, essentially a Qashqai rebadged for American consumption. Nissan doesn't believe the Rogue will lose buyers to the Rogue Sport but won't say just how heavily the company is incentivizing the Rogue in order to achieve such lofty figures. Nissan sources the Rogue from three assembly plants: Smyrna, Tennessee; Kyushi, Japan; Busan, South Korea. 

The Rogue Sport is assembled in Sunderland, England, and Japan, but America's Rogue Sports will all come from across the Pacific, as the English plant is already overwhelmed by European demand.


U.S. Vehicle Sales Rankings By Model - February 2017 YTD
U.S. Car Sales Rankings By Model - February 2017 YTD

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



Compact crossovers are by no means the only utility vehicles selling well in early 2017. The new Mazda CX-9 has nearly quadrupled its volume, year-over-year. The Nissan Armada has more than doubled it January/February volume. The Infiniti QX70 and Mercedes-Benz GLS each reported 59% gains through the first one-sixth of 2017.



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Reminder: these are 2017 year-to-date rankings, but you can sort SUVs/crossovers by February volume by clicking the February 2017 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 • March 2017 • January 2017February 2016

Rank
SUV/Crossover
Feb.
2017 YTD
Feb.
2016 YTD
%
Change
Feb.
2016
Feb.
2015
% Change
#1Nissan Rogue61,90941,32349.8%33,14921,56153.7%
#2Honda CR-V61,18544,45837.6%31,89825,25026.3%
#3Toyota RAV448,50647,0773.0%26,35125,5233.2%
#4Ford Escape48,22543,07312.0%27,63723,85415.9%
#5Chevrolet Equinox40,03838,3994.3%22,46419,82513.3%
#6Ford Explorer39,34639,0030.9%21,69622,389-3.1%
#6.1Ford Explorer *34,43934,2800.5%19,14520,014-4.3%
#6.2Ford Explorer Police Interceptor *4,9074,7233.9%2,5512,3757.4%
#7Jeep Grand Cherokee36,22630,96517.0%18,92516,99011.4%
#8Total Highlander28,58423,72420.5%15,92812,46627.8%
#9Subaru Outback26,66323,14915.2%13,47711,95212.8%
#10Jeep Cherokee26,16632,136-18.6%13,61515,353-11.3%
#11Subaru Forester25,67324,1436.3%12,82012,2394.7%
#12Jeep Wrangler24,97524,3362.6%13,64113,3492.2%
#13Dodge Journey22,54217,96125.5%9,9066,37555.4%
#14Ford Edge20,21721,988-8.1%11,12612,455-10.7%
#15Toyota 4Runner19,61115,97222.8%10,9128,47628.7%
#16Chevrolet Traverse18,69516,17215.6%10,4779,15814.4%
#17GMC Acadia17,68012,35743.1%8,7816,97225.9%
#18Jeep Renegade17,28013,28230.1%7,9157,11511.2%
#19Hyundai Santa Fe16,65610,67156.1%8,7675,53258.5%
#20Nissan Pathfinder16,27813,69518.9%8,9977,24424.2%
#21Mazda CX-515,90414,6428.6%7,8367,5793.4%
#22Honda Pilot15,27918,133-15.7%8,0999,572-15.4%
#23GMC Terrain15,02417,067-12.0%8,7838,2326.7%
#24Chevrolet Tahoe13,54112,6936.7%7,6606,49418.0%
#25Subaru Crosstrek13,11812,5774.3%6,6116,1297.9%
#26Kia Sorento13,02414,796-12.0%6,8458,101-15.5%
#27Lexus RX12,19614,148-13.8%6,6767,192-7.2%
#28Hyundai Tucson12,17012,554-3.1%6,4227,336-12.5%
#29Honda HR-V12,0439,11732.1%6,3544,94028.6%
#30Chevrolet Trax11,8638,56038.6%6,6064,81437.2%
#31Buick Encore11,78610,7939.2%6,5285,87311.2%
#32Dodge Durango10,22312,852-20.5%5,5166,851-19.5%
#33Jeep Patriot10,21219,947-48.8%5,51211,363-51.5%
#34Ford Expedition9,9706,83945.8%5,9063,98448.2%
#35Nissan Murano9,93212,961-23.4%5,5697,445-25.2%
#36Kia Sportage9,85410,663-7.6%5,2315,860-10.7%
#37Chevrolet Suburban9,5566,85439.4%3,9223,5849.4%
#38Cadillac XT58,174------4,291------
#39Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class7,9877,6114.9%4,0173,9481.7%
#40Acura RDX7,2316,9024.8%4,0293,7986.1%
#41BMW X57,1766,42611.7%3,9003,8421.5%
#42BMW X37,1745,73525.1%4,0203,7337.7%
#43Volkswagen Tiguan6,9415,77320.2%3,4253,2455.5%
#44Audi Q56,9305,11235.6%3,2942,42136.1%
#45Acura MDX6,8157,868-13.4%3,5414,292-17.5%
#46GMC Yukon6,7875,59121.4%3,7073,02422.6%
#47Lexus NX6,4786,842-5.3%3,5143,709-5.3%
#48Jeep Compass5,90115,164-61.1%2,7378,893-69.2%
#49Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class5,8306,127-4.8%2,7653,278-15.7%
#50Buick Enclave5,6657,818-27.5%2,9734,126-27.9%
#51Mitsubishi Outlander5,3533,66446.1%3,6652,12172.8%
#52Buick Envision5,326------3,139------
#53Lincoln MKX5,3184,42720.1%2,3902,3750.6%
#54Audi Q74,8883,98922.5%2,4771,65349.8%
#55Infiniti QX604,8475,102-5.0%2,6582,730-2.6%
#56Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class4,8033,02258.9%2,4671,226101%
#57GMC Yukon XL4,7074,27510.1%2,6292,28015.3%
#58Cadillac Escalade4,6434,869-4.6%2,4462,867-14.7%
#58.1Cadillac Escalade *2,6523,047-13.0%1,4341,820-21.2%
#58.2Cadillac Escalade ESV *1,9911,8229.3%1,0121,047-3.3%
#59BMW X14,4013,35531.2%2,0501,41844.6%
#60Ford Flex4,2864,325-0.9%2,4552,3345.2%
#61Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class4,2014,638-9.4%2,1941,59737.4%
#62Nissan Armada4,1971,867125%2,2891,093109%
#63Mitsubishi Outlander Sport4,1884,824-13.2%2,1982,591-15.2%
#64Mazda CX-93,748973285%2,157461368%
#65Land Rover Range Rover Sport3,7423,04522.9%1,8241,6848.3%
#66Lincoln MKC3,6273,18214.0%1,9591,74612.2%
#67Infiniti QX303,572------2,414------
#68Porsche Macan3,5352,48142.5%1,5751,01255.6%
#69Land Rover Range Rover3,5213,01316.9%1,6881,5389.8%
#70Infiniti QX803,3722,65127.2%1,6231,4879.1%
#71Jaguar F-Pace3,054------1,596------
#72Lexus GX2,9453,258-9.6%1,5271,650-7.5%
#73Volvo XC902,8974,847-40.2%1,3412,472-45.8%
#74Nissan Juke2,6013,373-22.9%1,2971,863-30.4%
#75Infiniti QX502,5942,3908.5%1,3881,396-0.6%
T76Land Rover Discovery Sport2,5062,3646.0%1,1371,324-14.1%
T76Porsche Cayenne2,5062,723-8.0%1,1561,328-13.0%
#78Mazda CX-32,4633,169-22.3%1,2791,793-28.7%
#79Toyota Sequoia2,3251,80628.7%1,17995423.6%
#80Audi Q32,2841,89020.8%1,10398811.6%
#81Volvo XC602,1922,0477.1%1,3881,18716.9%
#82Land Rover Range Rover Evoque1,9461,75610.8%1,03082325.2%
#83Infiniti QX701,8281,14859.2%98671238.5%
#84Lincoln Navigator1,5901,657-4.0%938957-2.0%
#85Mini Countryman1,3101,08520.7%188581-67.6%
#86Fiat 500X1,2402,202-43.7%6401,161-44.9%
#87Lexus LX9791,112-12.0%445527-15.6%
#88BMW X68981,009-11.0%469624-24.8%
#89Maserati Levante684------305------
#90Mercedes-Benz G-Class610624-2.2%2882860.7%
#91Lincoln MKT547739-26.0%28723422.7%
#92Toyota Land Cruiser5245024.4%25222910.0%
#93BMW X4493784-37.1%282522-46.0%
#94Volkswagen Touareg485757-35.9%238403-40.9%
#95Land Rover LR41951,893-89.7%681,047-93.5%
#96Bentley Bentayga123------53------
#97Cadillac SRX888,795-99.0%214,017-99.5%
#98Toyota Venza5308-98.4%1124-99.2%
#99Mini Paceman315-80.0%27-71.4%
#290Nissan Xterra---28-100%---10-100%
#299Land Rover LR2---1-100%---1-100%
#301Toyota FJ Cruiser---1-100%---------
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Total
1,039,429952,0349.2%551,952507,1698.8%
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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 two months were 174 and 30 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 60% to 800 in February; up 100% to 1800 YTD.
WSJ Model X estimate: up 300% to 1900 in February; up 385% to 4000 YTD.

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