March 2017 YTD U.S. SUV And Crossover Sales Rankings - Top 101 Best-Selling SUVs In America - Every SUV Ranked

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U.S. sales of SUVs and crossovers jumped 9% in March 2017, holding fast to a trend set throughout the first-quarter of 2017. No vehicle sector – not vans, not trucks, not cars – garners more sales activity in the United States today than the utility vehicle market, which accounted for 41% of the overall industry in 2017 Q1.

Passenger car market share, meanwhile, fell from 41% in 2016 Q1 to 37% so far this year. While most of the most popular cars in America are selling far less often this year than last, the best-selling Nissan Rogue and its three top-selling cohorts have all made improvements.


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


Together, the Nissan Rogue, Honda CR-V, Toyota RAV4, and Ford Escape have already added 64,409 sales to the ledger in 2017, year-over-year. In March 2017 alone, the Rogue, CR-V, and RAV4 were up by nearly 21,000 units.


Whether the Rogue can maintain this unbelievable momentum throughout the course of the year depends on the degree to which Nissan is content to incentivize the top-ranked utility vehicle, the degree to which the new Rogue Sport (aka Qashqai) eats into its volume, and the degree to which new and refreshed vehicles like the CR-V and Mazda CX-5 carve out greater market share. 


Pickup Truck Sales In America - March 2017
Minivan Sales In America - Mach 2017

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



101 different SUV/crossover nameplates have collected U.S. sales during the first three months of 2017, including a handful of discontinued nameplates such as the Toyota FJ Cruiser and Nissan Xterra. Four out of every ten utility vehicles sold stem from the top ten, however.


At any time, click the Rank column to return to the original format. If you're on a mobile device, you may need to choose the full version of the site (at the bottom of the page) in order to use the sortable function.

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

Rank
SUV/Crossover
March
2017 YTD
March
2016 YTD
%
Change
March
2016
March
2015
% Change
#1Nissan Rogue101,42169,03646.9%39,51227,71342.6%
#2Honda CR-V94,05771,18832.1%32,87226,73023.0%
#3Toyota RAV480,53376,1225.8%32,02729,04510.3%
#4Ford Escape76,33871,5946.6%28,11328,521-1.4%
#5Ford Explorer62,77063,415-1.0%23,42424,412-4.0%
#6.1Ford Explorer *54,67155,885-2.2%20,23221,605-6.4%
#6.2Ford Explorer Police Interceptor *8,0997,5307.6%3,1922,80713.7%
#6Chevrolet Equinox62,70959,8794.7%22,67121,4805.5%
#7Jeep Grand Cherokee56,60047,65818.8%20,37416,69322.1%
#8Toyota Highlander46,64238,67320.6%18,05814,94920.8%
#9Subaru Outback42,57237,27114.2%15,90914,12212.7%
#10Subaru Forester41,47638,4277.9%15,80314,28410.6%
#11Jeep Wrangler41,31141,922-1.5%16,33617,586-7.1%
#12Jeep Cherokee40,75548,438-15.9%14,58916,302-10.5%
#13Dodge Journey34,40023,89244.0%11,8585,93199.9%
#14Ford Edge31,94735,993-11.2%11,73014,005-16.2%
#15Toyota 4Runner31,65625,57123.8%12,0459,59925.5%
#16Chevrolet Traverse29,35226,9199.0%10,65710,747-0.8%
#17GMC Acadia29,11218,57156.8%11,4326,21484.0%
#18Hyundai Santa Fe 28,10217,21763.2%11,4466,54674.9%
#19Nissan Pathfinder26,72022,40819.2%10,4428,71319.8%
#20Jeep Renegade25,34522,15414.4%8,0658,872-9.1%
#21Honda Pilot25,22428,726-12.2%9,94510,593-6.1%
#22Mazda CX-524,37423,6073.2%8,4708,965-5.5%
#23GMC Terrain22,85523,958-4.6%7,8316,89113.6%
#24Chevrolet Tahoe22,65320,35111.3%9,1127,65819.0%
#25Lexus RX21,64123,796-9.1%9,4459,648-2.1%
#26Hyundai Tucson21,15520,3843.8%8,9857,83014.8%
#27Kia Sorento20,77524,693-15.9%7,7519,897-21.7%
#28Subaru Crosstrek20,23819,5503.5%7,1206,9732.1%
#29Buick Encore20,07917,21916.6%8,2936,42629.1%
#30Honda HR-V19,69615,51526.9%7,6536,39819.6%
#31Chevrolet Trax18,36113,72733.8%6,4985,16725.8%
#32Nissan Murano17,24921,618-20.2%7,3178,657-15.5%
#33Dodge Durango16,72920,093-16.7%6,5067,241-10.2%
#34Jeep Patriot16,18029,211-44.6%5,9689,264-35.6%
#35Ford Expedition15,44210,67344.7%5,4723,83442.7%
#36Kia Sportage15,41417,467-11.8%5,5606,804-18.3%
#37BMW X313,56910,21132.9%6,3954,47642.9%
#38Cadillac XT513,454------5,280------
#39Chevrolet Suburban13,44510,67925.9%3,8893,8251.7%
#40Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class12,90612,3414.6%4,9194,7304.0%
#41Lexus NX12,09711,3756.3%5,6194,53324.0%
#42BMW X512,07210,04320.2%4,8963,61735.4%
#43Audi Q511,3128,84028.0%4,3823,72817.5%
#44Acura RDX11,00012,212-9.9%3,7695,310-29.0%
#45Acura MDX10,95611,956-8.4%4,1414,0881.3%
#46Volkswagen Tiguan10,2119,2929.9%3,2703,519-7.1%
#47GMC Yukon9,9848,98511.1%3,1973,394-5.8%
#48Mitsubishi Outlander9,5885,82064.7%4,2352,15696.4%
#49Buick Enclave9,43712,934-27.0%3,7725,116-26.3%
#50Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class8,95610,998-18.6%3,1264,871-35.8%
#51Buick Envision8,910------3,584------
#52Infiniti QX608,6689,007-3.8%3,8213,905-2.2%
#53Jeep Compass8,55222,987-62.8%2,6517,823-66.1%
#54Lincoln MKX8,0067,19811.2%2,6882,771-3.0%
#55Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class7,7413,88099.5%2,938858242%
#56GMC Yukon XL7,5566,70212.7%2,8492,42717.4%
#57Audi Q77,5486,9937.9%2,6603,004-11.5%
#58Cadillac Escalade7,5058,107-7.4%2,8623,238-11.6%
#58.1Cadillac Escalade *4,3005,021-14.4%1,6481,974-16.5%
#58.2Cadillac Escalade ESV *3,2053,0863.9%1,2141,264-4.0%
#59BMW X17,2976,50012.3%2,8963,145-7.9%
#60Nissan Armada7,2912,848156%3,094981215%
#61Mitsubishi Outlander Sport6,8647,698-10.8%2,6762,874-6.9%
#62Infiniti QX306,532------2,960------
#63Mazda CX-96,2981,090478%2,5501172,079%
#64Ford Flex6,0826,425-5.3%1,7962,100-14.5%
#65Land Rover Range Rover Sport5,9935,5527.9%2,2512,507-10.2%
#66Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class5,9156,843-13.6%1,7142,205-22.3%
#67Lincoln MKC5,9115,13815.0%2,2841,95616.8%
#68Lexus GX5,5145,2195.7%2,5691,96131.0%
#69Land Rover Range Rover5,5124,80514.7%1,9911,79211.1%
#70Infiniti QX805,3554,05432.1%1,9831,40341.3%
#71Porsche Macan5,3373,60448.1%1,8021,12360.5%
#72Jaguar F-Pace5,241------2,187------
#73Volvo XC904,5687,847-41.8%1,6713,000-44.3%
#74Infiniti QX504,3183,90210.7%1,7241,51214.0%
#75Land Rover Discovery Sport4,2284,366-3.2%1,7222,002-14.0%
#76Audi Q34,1023,39520.8%1,8181,50520.8%
#77Nissan Juke4,0885,871-30.4%1,4872,498-40.5%
#78Land Rover Range Rover Evoque3,7642,61843.8%1,818862111%
#79Volvo XC603,7363,6462.5%1,5441,599-3.4%
#80Mazda CX-33,7144,917-24.5%1,2511,748-28.4%
#81Porsche Cayenne3,6404,017-9.4%1,1341,294-12.4%
#82Toyota Sequoia3,4373,00514.4%1,1121,199-7.3%
#83Infiniti QX702,9051,80960.6%1,07766162.9%
#84Mini Countryman2,6722,36612.9%1,3621,2816.3%
#85Lincoln Navigator2,4872,968-16.2%8971,311-31.6%
#86Fiat 500X1,9663,258-39.7%7261,056-31.3%
#87BMW X61,5281,644-7.1%630635-0.8%
#88Lexus LX1,4911,536-2.9%51242420.8%
#89Maserati Levante1,245------567------
#90Mercedes-Benz G-Class1,0059733.3%39534913.2%
#91BMW X48881,473-39.7%395689-42.7%
#92Volkswagen Touareg8021,151-30.3%317394-19.5%
#93Toyota Land Cruiser7967683.6%2722662.3%
#94Lincoln MKT7681,129-32.0%221390-43.3%
#95Land Rover LR43783,462-89.1%1831,569-88.3%
#96Bentley Bentayga209------86------
#97Cadillac SRX10412,866-99.2%164,071-99.6%
#98Toyota Venza9415-97.8%4107-96.3%
#99Mini Paceman430-86.7%115-93.3%
#100Toyota FJ Cruiser21100%2------
#101Nissan Xterra128-96.4%1------
#301Land Rover LR2---2-100%---1-100%
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Total
1,669,3531,526,7359.3%629,930574,7019.6%
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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.
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 39% to 2500 in March; up 59% to 4300 in Q1.
WSJ Model X estimate: up 189% to 1950 in March; up 297% to 5950 in Q1.

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