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

2017 GMC Acadia
Each of America's four best-selling utility vehicles reported significant U.S. sales gains in April 2017, driving the SUV/crossover sector up 3% despite the overall market's 5% downturn. 

SUV/crossover sales have now grown by more than 157,000 units in 2017's first four months, a year-over-year increase essential to the industry's health given the downturn from passenger cars and vans. Indeed, in April, even pickup truck sales slowed.


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


Yet because of the strength of the top-selling utility vehicles, SUVs and crossovers are now selling 10% more frequently than cars. The Nissan Rogue, Honda CR-V, Toyota RAV4, and Ford Escape are all on pace to set U.S. sales records in 2017. 




It's not just the top sellers that are growing rapidly, either. The Mazda CX-9, Nissan Armada, and GMC Acadia are all recently redesigned and all growing at a prodigious pace. The Infiniti QX70, Hyundai Santa Fe, and Dodge Journey are well ahead of last year's pace, as well.

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.


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

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



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

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Rank
SUV/Crossover
April
2017 YTD
April
2016 YTD
%
Change
April
2016
April
2015
% Change
#1Nissan Rogue128,80792,20939.7%27,38623,17318.2%
#2Honda CR-V126,728100,10126.6%32,67128,91313.0%
#3Toyota RAV4112,290106,2745.7%31,75730,1525.3%
#4Ford Escape101,97595,5146.8%25,63723,9207.2%
#5Ford Explorer85,63486,961-1.5%22,86423,546-2.9%
#5.1Ford Explorer *74,44276,168-2.3%19,77120,283-2.5%
#5.2Ford Explorer Police Interceptor *11,19210,7933.7%3,0933,263-5.2%
#6Chevrolet Equinox83,36480,4863.6%20,65520,6070.2%
#7Jeep Grand Cherokee75,47765,42615.4%18,87717,7686.2%
#8GMC Sierra67,21071,662-6.2%17,40020,531-15.3%
#9Toyota Highlander64,62353,71020.3%17,98115,03719.6%
#10Jeep Wrangler60,15260,762-1.0%18,84118,8400.0%
#11Subaru Outback57,04151,56510.6%14,46914,2941.2%
#12Subaru Forester56,23752,9176.3%14,76114,4901.9%
#13Jeep Cherokee54,83865,404-16.2%14,08316,966-17.0%
#14Ford Edge44,09447,477-7.1%12,14711,4845.8%
#15Dodge Journey42,80128,77448.7%8,4014,88272.1%
#16Toyota 4Runner42,08435,70617.9%10,42810,1352.9%
#17GMC Acadia39,27625,57553.6%10,1647,00445.1%
#18Chevrolet Traverse38,78939,105-0.8%9,43712,186-22.6%
#19Hyundai Santa Fe37,58224,36754.2%9,4807,15032.6%
#20Mazda CX-535,70832,43310.1%11,3348,82628.4%
#21Honda Pilot34,97040,096-12.8%9,74611,370-14.3%
#22Jeep Renegade33,96431,5847.5%8,6199,430-8.6%
#23Nissan Pathfinder32,43228,04115.7%5,7125,6331.4%
#24GMC Terrain31,25131,302-0.2%8,3967,34414.3%
#25Hyundai Tucson31,10728,10210.7%9,9527,71828.9%
#26Kia Sorento30,09235,046-14.1%9,31710,353-10.0%
#27Chevrolet Tahoe30,06427,9007.8%7,4117,549-1.8%
#28Lexus RX29,48032,563-9.5%7,8398,767-10.6%
#29Buick Encore28,44423,80819.5%8,3656,58927.0%
#30Honda HR-V28,22322,48425.5%8,5276,96922.4%
#31Subaru Crosstrek27,45627,1571.1%7,2187,607-5.1%
#32Chevrolet Trax24,87018,23736.4%6,5094,51044.3%
#33Dodge Durango23,08625,504-9.5%6,3575,41117.5%
#34Nissan Murano22,75327,850-18.3%5,5046,232-11.7%
#35Jeep Patriot21,11939,615-46.7%4,93910,404-52.5%
#36Kia Sportage21,08625,112-16.0%5,6727,645-25.8%
#37Ford Expedition20,55815,19435.3%5,1164,52113.2%
#38Cadillac XT518,9553046,135%5,5013041,710%
#39Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class17,37416,6684.2%4,4684,3273.3%
#40BMW X316,77312,63332.8%3,2042,42232.3%
#41Chevrolet Suburban16,67314,94811.5%3,2284,269-24.4%
#42Lexus NX16,41715,1908.1%4,3203,81513.2%
#43Audi Q516,34012,83127.3%5,0283,99126.0%
#44BMW X515,47213,81412.0%3,4003,771-9.8%
#45Acura MDX15,00816,689-10.1%4,0524,733-14.4%
#46Acura RDX14,79318,117-18.3%3,7935,905-35.8%
#47Buick Envision13,207------4,297------
#48Volkswagen Tiguan13,15013,0960.4%2,9393,804-22.7%
#49Buick Enclave13,01917,457-25.4%3,5824,523-20.8%
#50GMC Yukon13,01412,3095.7%3,0303,324-8.8%
#51Mitsubishi Outlander12,3058,54943.9%2,7172,729-0.4%
#52Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class12,26115,437-20.6%3,3054,439-25.5%
#53Jeep Compass12,07232,116-62.4%3,5209,129-61.4%
#54Infiniti QX6011,47212,318-6.9%2,8043,311-15.3%
#55Audi Q710,5709,46511.7%3,0222,47222.2%
#56Lincoln MKX10,3459,8295.3%2,3392,631-11.1%
#57Cadillac Escalade10,11311,114-9.0%2,6083,007-13.3%
#57.1Cadillac Escalade *5,7876,829-15.3%1,4871,808-17.8%
#57.2Cadillac Escalade ESV *4,3264,2851.0%1,1211,199-6.5%
#58Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class10,0066,87145.6%2,2652,991-24.3%
#59GMC Yukon XL9,5739,2203.8%2,0172,518-19.9%
#60Mitsubishi Outlander Sport9,55210,312-7.4%2,6882,6142.8%
#61Nissan Armada9,2983,703151%2,007855135%
#62BMW X19,1697,94715.4%1,8721,44729.4%
#63Lincoln MKC8,6377,9608.5%2,7262,822-3.4%
#64Mazda CX-98,4321,161626%2,134712,906%
#65Land Rover Range Rover Sport7,7787,1858.3%1,7851,6339.3%
#66Infiniti QX307,740------1,208------
#67Ford Flex7,6278,428-9.5%1,5452,003-22.9%
#68Lexus GX7,3067,1931.6%1,7921,974-9.2%
#69Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class7,2548,980-19.2%1,3392,137-37.3%
#70Porsche Macan7,0375,48128.4%1,7001,877-9.4%
#71Land Rover Range Rover6,9495,95016.8%1,4371,14525.5%
#71Volvo XC906,91710,856-36.3%2,3493,009-21.9%
#72Infiniti QX806,6915,09531.3%1,3361,04128.3%
#73Jaguar F-Pace6,618------1,377------
#74Volvo XC605,7825,10213.3%2,0461,45640.5%
#75Audi Q35,6125,03011.6%1,5101,635-7.6%
#76Infiniti QX505,5155,3034.0%1,1971,401-14.6%
#77Land Rover Discovery Sport5,1565,260-2.0%9288943.8%
#78Nissan Juke5,0747,761-34.6%9861,890-47.8%
#79Porsche Cayenne4,8975,483-10.7%1,2571,466-14.3%
#80Mazda CX-34,8616,421-24.3%1,1471,504-23.7%
#81Land Rover Range Rover Evoque4,7943,14652.4%1,03052895.1%
#82Toyota Sequoia4,3854,1775.0%9481,172-19.1%
#83Mini Countryman3,6273,6150.3%9551,249-23.5%
#84Infiniti QX703,4112,17357.0%50636439.0%
#85Lincoln Navigator3,1914,028-20.8%7041,060-33.6%
#86Fiat 500X2,7244,386-37.9%7581,128-32.8%
#87BMW X62,0892,252-7.2%561608-7.7%
#88Lexus LX1,8951,978-4.2%404442-8.6%
#89Maserati Levante1,726------473------
#90Mercedes-Benz G-Class1,3731,3650.6%368392-6.1%
#91BMW X41,1791,837-35.8%291364-20.1%
#92Volkswagen Touareg1,0401,588-34.5%238437-45.5%
#93Toyota Land Cruiser1,0331,142-9.5%237374-36.6%
#94Lincoln MKT1,0081,601-37.0%240472-49.2%
#95Land Rover LR44094,449-90.8%31987-96.9%
#96Bentley Bentayga77------286------
#97Cadillac SRX12315,818-99.2%192,952-99.4%
#98Toyota Venza11472-97.7%257-96.5%
#99Mini Paceman839-79.5%49-55.6%
#100Toyota FJ Cruiser24-50.0%---3-100%
#101Nissan Xterra130-96.7%---2-100%
#301Land Rover LR2---3-100%---1-100%
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Total
2,245,5842,088,0507.5%576,223561,3152.7%
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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: -40% to 900 in April; +24% to 5200 YTD.
WSJ Model X estimate: +150% to 2000 in April; +246% to 7950 YTD.

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