2013 Best Selling SUVs In the United States (All Models Ranked)
To understand the impact SUVs and crossovers are having in the United States, it’s useful to view all their sales figures in one place. That’s what we do here, where 91 different utility vehicle nameplates are organized in the order of their 2013 U.S. sales totals. (Thankfully, the list is sortable, so you can rank them by 2012 sales, by year-over-year improvement, by December numbers, or by name.)
But if we really want to see how SUVs and crossovers are selling, GCBC’s all vehicle rankings post – the one we published a few minutes ago – also provides a great deal of assistance. That’s where we see that the second-best-selling SUV in America, Ford’s Escape, added 34,985 sales in 2013 to continue outselling Ford’s own resurgent midsize sedan, the Fusion. The Escape’s main rival, the CR-V, became the first utility vehicle since the Ford Explorer (in 2004) to find more than 300,000 U.S. buyers in a calendar year.