April 2018 YTD U.S. SUV And Crossover Sales Rankings – Top 110 Best-Selling SUVs In America – Every SUV Ranked


The Top 104 Best Selling SUVs in America – April 2018

Here you will find the YTD SUV sales leaders in the United States for April 2018 YTD. Each month we compile passenger car sales data and reports for North American markets and analyze it to create the best selling list below.

Quick Navigation
Our Take On The Numbers
Best Seller Report & Rankings
Segment Analysis

Also check out our other Segment reports or dive deeper into SUV Sales


Our Take On The SUV sales Numbers

*GM has now switched to quarterly reporting so figures for Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet and GMC are not up to date. We have opted against using estimated sales figures for these brands as the estimates across publications have been inconsistent.

Going forward, GoodCarBadCar will be releasing quarterly sales reports that include all figures on a quarterly basis.

Having shot ahead of the rest of the market in the first three months of the year, the Nissan Rogue fell to fourth in the SUV standings in what was a difficult month for the Japanese brand in the USA.

Rogue sales fell almost 15% year-on-year, just over half the rate at which the brand itself saw sales drop.

That handed the Toyota RAV4 the top spot for April, which managed a salubrious daily selling rate compared with last April despite not managing to top that month’s total.

The majority of Ford’s SUV lineup saw sales drop in April, with the blue oval continuing to cite fleet order timing as having a negative impact on its overall bottom line.

Hyundai, which sells three SUV models in the USA, saw its trio all increase their daily selling rate, with only the Santa Fe failing to grow volume year-on-year last month.

At the premium end of the scale, Porsche Macan sales shot up 32.5% year-on-year, a sizeable uptick for the relatively low-volume brand.


Best Selling SUV Rankings

Top SUV Sales Figures – This Month

This sales table of shows the top passenger car sales performers in the United States, including their year on year growth rates both for the most recent month and year to date figures. Note that this table is sortable and that it fees the chart below. You can easily change the chart by filtering and sorting the below table.

For reference US = United States Sales for the month, US LY = Last Year’s United States Sales for the month, US vs LY = The Year on Year Growth Rate, YTD = United States Sales Year to Date, YTD LY = Last Year’s United States Year to Date Sales, YTD vs LY = The Year on Year Growth Rate.

Model US US LY US vs LY YTD YTD LY YTD vs LY
Nissan Rogue 23,331 27,386 -14.80 139,785 128,807 8.50
Toyota RAV4 31,007 31,757 -2.40 122,466 112,290 9.10
Honda CR-V 28,323 32,671 -13.30 110,369 126,728 -12.90
Ford Escape 21,383 25,637 -16.60 88,733 101,975 -13.00
Jeep Wrangler 29,776 18,841 58.00 85,280 60,152 41.80
Ford Explorer 20,865 22,864 -8.70 83,669 85,634 -2.30
Chevrolet Equinox 0.00 82,398 62,709 31.40
Toyota Highlander 18,456 17,981 2.60 71,338 64,623 10.40
Jeep Grand Cherokee 16,647 18,877 -11.80 70,095 75,477 -7.10
Jeep Cherokee 16,887 14,083 19.90 67,497 54,838 23.10
Subaru Outback 14,083 14,469 -2.70 58,205 57,041 2.00
Jeep Compass 11,521 3,520 227.30 55,041 12,072 355.90
Mazda CX-5 11,312 11,334 -0.20 54,129 35,708 51.60
Subaru Forester 13,679 14,761 -7.30 50,783 56,237 -9.70
Honda Pilot 11,891 9,746 22.00 49,724 34,970 42.20
Subaru Crosstrek 12,266 7,218 69.90 45,728 27,456 66.60
Ford Edge 11,240 12,147 -7.50 43,894 44,094 -0.50
Toyota 4Runner 9,970 10,428 -4.40 41,520 42,084 -1.30
Hyundai Tucson 12,903 9,952 29.70 40,785 31,107 31.10
Chevrolet Traverse 0.00 38,198 29,352 30.10
Hyundai Santa Fe 9,400 9,480 -0.80 37,952 37,582 1.00
Volkswagen Tiguan 8,684 2,939 195.50 36,112 1,040 3,372.30
GMC Terrain 0.00 32,964 22,855 44.20
Jeep Renegade 7,735 8,619 -10.30 32,394 33,964 -4.60
Lexus RX 7,705 7,839 -1.70 31,500 29,480 6.90
Kia Sorento 8,915 9,317 -4.30 30,301 30,092 0.70
Dodge Journey 11,638 8,401 38.50 30,057 42,801 -29.80
GMC Acadia 0.00 29,900 29,112 2.70
Honda HR-V 7,322 8,527 -14.10 28,125 28,223 -0.30
Kia Sportage 7,653 5,672 34.90 27,112 21,086 28.60
Buick Encore 0.00 25,468 20,079 26.80
Nissan Murano 3,391 5,504 -38.40 24,113 22,753 6.00
Chevrolet Tahoe 0.00 23,643 22,653 4.40
Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class 5,853 3,305 77.10 22,113 12,261 80.40
Dodge Durango 4,923 6,357 -22.60 21,156 23,086 -8.40
Nissan Pathfinder 2,741 5,712 -52.00 20,847 32,432 -35.70
Volkswagen Atlas 5,404 0 0.00 20,536 0 0.00
Chevrolet Trax 0.00 20,482 18,361 11.60
Audi Q5 5,275 5,028 4.90 19,305 16,340 18.10
Lexus NX 4,508 4,320 4.40 18,835 16,417 14.70
Toyota C-HR 3,923 550 0.00 17,542 550 0.00
Ford Expedition 3,976 5,116 -22.30 17,426 20,558 -15.20
BMW X5 3,800 3,400 11.80 15,876 15,472 2.60
Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class 4,110 4,468 -8.00 15,766 17,374 -9.30
Mitsubishi Outlander Sport 2,286 2,688 -15.00 15,716 9,552 64.50
Mitsubishi Outlander 2,266 2,717 -16.60 15,365 12,305 24.90
Acura RDX 4,201 3,793 10.80 15,326 14,793 3.60
Infiniti QX60 3,052 2,804 8.80 15,076 11,472 31.40
Cadillac XT5 0.00 14,845 13,454 10.30
Chevrolet Suburban 0.00 14,725 13,445 9.50
BMW X3 3,865 3,204 20.60 14,647 16,773 -12.70
Acura MDX 3,585 4,052 -11.50 13,909 15,008 -7.30
Ford Eco Sport 5,277 0 0.00 11,373 0 0.00
Audi Q7 3,083 3,022 2.00 11,342 10,570 7.30
Nissan Armada 1,713 2,007 -14.60 10,795 9,298 16.10
BMW X1 2,501 1,872 33.60 10,752 9,169 17.30
Buick Enclave 0.00 9,869 9,437 4.60
Mazda CX-9 2,138 2,134 0.20 9,826 8,432 16.50
Buick Envision 0.00 9,696 8,910 8.80
Volvo XC90 2,282 2,349 -2.90 9,671 6,917 39.80
GMC Yukon 0.00 8,894 9,984 -10.90
Tesla Model X † 2,200 900 144.40 8,800 4,300 104.70
Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class 2,011 1,339 50.20 8,535 7,254 17.70
Volvo XC60 2,492 2,046 21.80 8,525 5,782 47.40
Lincoln MKX 2,263 2,339 -3.20 8,491 10,345 -17.90
Cadillac Escalade 0.00 8,111 7,505 8.10
Land Rover Range Rover Sport 1,915 1,785 7.30 7,842 7,778 0.80
Lexus GX 1,812 1,792 1.10 7,503 7,306 2.70
Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class 1,794 2,265 -20.80 7,290 10,006 -27.10
Porsche Macan 2,252 1,700 32.50 7,140 7,037 1.50
Audi Q3 2,018 1,510 33.60 6,892 5,612 22.80
Lincoln MKC 1,859 2,726 -31.80 6,755 8,637 -21.80
Land Rover Range Rover 1,650 1,437 14.80 6,639 6,949 -4.50
Infiniti QX80 920 1,336 -31.10 6,519 6,691 -2.60
Mini Countryman 1,381 955 44.60 6,295 3,627 73.60
Ford Flex 1,240 1,545 -19.70 6,115 7,627 -19.80
GMC Yukon XL 0.00 6,108 7,556 -19.20
Land Rover Range Rover Velar 1,035 0 0.00 6,105 0 0.00
Audi A3 1,593 2,104 -24.30 6,069 8,193 -25.90
Hyundai Kona 3,315 0 0.00 5,874 0 0.00
Lincoln Navigator 1,566 704 122.40 5,628 3,191 76.40
Infiniti QX50 1,413 1,197 18.00 5,497 5,515 -0.30
Mazda CX-3 1,135 1,147 -1.00 5,472 4,861 12.60
Jaguar F-Pace 1,059 1,377 -23.10 5,002 6,618 -24.40
Porsche Cayenne 884 1,257 -29.70 4,171 4,897 -14.80
Land Rover Discovery Sport 759 928 -18.20 3,892 5,156 -24.50
Toyota Sequoia 860 948 -9.30 3,688 4,385 -15.90
Infiniti QX30 671 1,208 -44.50 3,486 7,740 -55.00
Alfa Romeo Stelvio 702 0 0.00 3,355 0 0.00
Land Rover Discovery / LR4 611 31 1,871.00 3,143 409 668.50
Land Rover Range Rover Evoque 478 1,030 -53.60 3,073 4,794 -35.90
BMW X6 592 561 5.50 2,611 2,089 25.00
Volvo XC40 1,404 0 0.00 2,483 0 0.00
Fiat 500X 564 758 -25.60 2,143 2,724 -21.30
BMW X2 1,069 0 0.00 2,016 0 0.00
Lexus LX 385 404 -4.70 1,662 1,895 -12.30
BMW X4 193 291 -33.70 1,610 1,179 36.60
Mercedes-Benz G-Class 317 368 -13.90 1,321 1,373 -3.80
Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross 665 0 0.00 1,308 0 0.00
Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV 273 0 0.00 1,269 0 0.00
Volkswagen Touareg 170 238 -28.60 1,108 1,040 6.50
Toyota Land Cruiser 259 237 9.30 1,023 1,033 -1.00
Lincoln MKT 271 240 12.90 783 1,008 -22.30
Jaguar E-Pace 252 0 0.00 729 0 0.00
Infiniti QX70 102 506 -79.80 672 3,411 -80.30
Nissan Juke 83 986 -91.60 539 5,074 -89.40
Jeep Patriot 75 4,939 -98.50 439 21,119 -97.90
Cadillac SRX 0.00 2 104 -98.10
Toyota FJ Cruiser 0 0 0.00 1 2 -50.00
Model US US LY US vs LY YTD YTD LY YTD vs LY
Total 517,307 Total 484,002 Total 2,414,723 Total 2,149,266

Top SUV Sales Figures – Chart

Below is a chart showing how the best selling passenger car stack up against each other in terms share of the top spots. Please note that this isn’t total market share for the total passenger car market, just how the top models stack up against each other. This chart is synched with the above sales table so you can sort and edit that table to see different cuts of the data in this chart.

Coming Soon