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2023 U.S SUV Sales Figures By Model (With Rankings)

Sales Figures & Rankings for SUVs Sold in the United States

2023 Best Selling SUVs In the United States (All Models Ranked)

The SUV car segment in the US has been growing steadily over the last few years. In 2021, SUVs accounted for 46% of new vehicle sales in the US, up from 38% in 2016. There are a number of factors that have contributed to the growth of the SUV segment. One factor is the rising cost of fuel. As fuel prices have increased, consumers have become more interested in vehicles that get better gas mileage. SUVs tend to get lower gas mileage than passenger cars, but they are also more spacious and versatile. Another factor that has contributed to the growth of the SUV segment is the growing popularity of active lifestyles. Many consumers are now looking for vehicles that can accommodate their outdoor activities, such as camping, hiking, and biking. SUVs are better suited for these activities than passenger cars.

EVs are becoming increasingly popular in the US, and they are now available in a variety of body styles, including SUVs. Electric SUVs are more fuel-efficient than traditional gasoline-powered SUVs, and they also produce zero emissions. Automakers are investing heavily in autonomous driving technology, and they are expected to release self-driving SUVs in the coming years. SUVs are well-suited for autonomous driving, as they are typically larger and heavier than passenger cars. The luxury SUV market is growing in the US, and many automakers are now offering luxury SUVs. Luxury SUVs are typically more expensive than traditional SUVs, but they offer a higher level of comfort, performance, and features.

Here Are The Most Popular SUVs in the U.S for 2023

This data table looks at last month’s total SUV sales volumes in the United States by model. We compare U.S market SUV sales for last month with the same month last year. We also include the year to date sales numbers and compare with the same year to date numbers from last year. With both monthly and YTD sales numbers we have a growth rate column so you can better gauge an individual SUV sales success in the U.S market.

Model Month Month LY Change YTD YTD LY YTD Change
Toyota 4Runner 10,104 7,945 27.17 10,104 7,945 27.17
Subaru Ascent 3,718 4,582 -18.86 3,718 4,582 -18.86
Lincoln Aviator 1,859 1,174 58.35 1,859 1,174 58.35
Ford Bronco 7,427 10,170 -26.97 7,427 10,170 -26.97
Ford Bronco Sport 9,821 9,438 4.06 9,821 9,438 4.06
Toyota bZ4X 513 458 12.01 513 458 12.01
Volvo C40 491 292 68.15 491 292 68.15
Toyota Corolla Cross 5,575 3,279 70.02 5,575 3,279 70.02
Lincoln Corsair / MKC 2,056 1,617 27.15 2,056 1,617 27.15
Honda CR-V 26,352 20,031 31.56 26,352 20,031 31.56
Subaru CrossTrek 11,325 12,706 -10.87 11,325 12,706 -10.87
Mazda CX-30 7,773 5,065 53.46 7,773 5,065 53.46
Mazda CX-5 10,194 9,833 3.67 10,194 9,833 3.67
Mazda CX-50 5,733 2,589 121.44 5,733 2,589 121.44
Mazda CX-90 3,310 0 0.00 3,310 0 0.00
Ford Edge 7,402 4,969 48.96 7,402 4,969 48.96
Ford Escape 10,889 7,878 38.22 10,889 7,878 38.22
Kia EV6 1,213 1,110 9.28 1,213 1,110 9.28
Kia EV9 1,408 0 0.00 1,408 0 0.00
Ford Expedition 5,466 5,693 -3.99 5,466 5,693 -3.99
Ford Explorer 18,835 15,617 20.61 18,835 15,617 20.61
Subaru Forester 12,619 10,114 24.77 12,619 10,114 24.77
Toyota Grand Highlander 6,581 0 0.00 6,581 0 0.00
Genesis GV60 166 129 28.68 166 129 28.68
Genesis GV70 1,585 1,401 13.13 1,585 1,401 13.13
Genesis GV80 1,078 1,207 -10.69 1,078 1,207 -10.69
Lexus GX 1,926 2,095 -8.07 1,926 2,095 -8.07
Toyota Highlander 10,004 14,264 -29.87 10,004 14,264 -29.87
Honda HR-V 11,956 8,013 49.21 11,956 8,013 49.21
Hyundai Ioniq 5 1,465 1,548 -5.36 1,465 1,548 -5.36
Hyundai Kona 6,577 5,826 12.89 6,577 5,826 12.89
Lexus LX 615 156 294.23 615 156 294.23
Acura MDX 3,111 4,455 -30.17 3,111 4,455 -30.17
Lincoln MKX/Nautilus 2,034 1,608 26.49 2,034 1,608 26.49
Ford Mustang Mach E 1,295 2,626 -50.69 1,295 2,626 -50.69
Lincoln Navigator 1,036 1,409 -26.47 1,036 1,409 -26.47
Hyundai Nexo 23 16 43.75 23 16 43.75
Kia Niro 2,062 3,713 -44.47 2,062 3,713 -44.47
Lexus NX 5,079 5,093 -0.27 5,079 5,093 -0.27
Subaru Outback 11,300 10,414 8.51 11,300 10,414 8.51
Hyundai Palisade 7,638 6,684 14.27 7,638 6,684 14.27
Honda Passport 2,199 3,212 -31.54 2,199 3,212 -31.54
Honda Pilot 7,687 6,950 10.60 7,687 6,950 10.60
Toyota RAV4 36,273 23,419 54.89 36,273 23,419 54.89
Acura RDX 2,777 1,848 50.27 2,777 1,848 50.27
Lexus RX 7,016 7,957 -11.83 7,016 7,957 -11.83
Lexus RZ 393 0 0.00 393 0 0.00
Hyundai Santa Fe 6,021 7,297 -17.49 6,021 7,297 -17.49
Kia Seltos 4,000 3,994 0.15 4,000 3,994 0.15
Toyota Sequoia 1,728 1,231 40.37 1,728 1,231 40.37
Subaru Solterra 379 499 -24.05 379 499 -24.05
Kia Sorento 6,020 6,288 -4.26 6,020 6,288 -4.26
Kia Sportage 9,994 8,602 16.18 9,994 8,602 16.18
Kia Telluride 6,916 7,582 -8.78 6,916 7,582 -8.78
Hyundai Tuscon 11,116 12,028 -7.58 11,116 12,028 -7.58
Lexus TX 2,911 0 0.00 2,911 0 0.00
Lexus UX 730 868 -15.90 730 868 -15.90
Hyundai Venue 1,435 2,441 -41.21 1,435 2,441 -41.21
Toyota Venza 2,189 2,888 -24.20 2,189 2,888 -24.20
Volvo XC40 2,096 1,641 27.73 2,096 1,641 27.73
Volvo XC60 2,957 2,515 17.57 2,957 2,515 17.57
Volvo XC90 2,973 2,510 18.45 2,973 2,510 18.45
∑ = 357,424 ∑ = 308,987 ∑ = 357,424 ∑ = 308,987

2023 U.S Quarterly SUV Sales Numbers

This data table looks at quarterly sales performance for the SUV segment in the United States. It includes all major SUV models sold in the U.S market. We compare last quarter’s SUV U.S sales at the model level with the same SUV model sales quarter last year. We also include a growth rate too so you can see which SUV models are growing and which ones are declining. The quarterly view of SUV sales at the model level often gives you a better picture of what is happening than monthly because it takes out some of the month to month noise.

2023 New SUV Sales Data by Month in the U.S

This sales data table looks at monthly sales performance for the SUV segment in the United States on a month to month basis for the entire year so far. It includes all major SUV models sold in the U.S market and you can see that the monthly SUV sales trends clearly. Seeing the individual SUV model sales performance in this way gives you a good sense of the momentum (good or bad).