Small Luxury SUV Sales Chart
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Whether you consider the Lexus RX to be small or midsize, a crossover or an SUV or a wagon, it sold really well in August 2012. RX sales jumped 52% year-over-year, it outsold the next-best-selling Lexus by 433 units, and it outsold the next-best-selling luxury utility by 187 units.
But the RX is generally popular, and with the new model now online, we’re going to see year-over-year increases for a while. August was the fourth straight. This isn’t news.
Through seven months, the Range Rover Sport accounted for 37% of all Land Rover sales. 51% of the Land Rovers sold in August, however, were Range Rover Sports. This doesn’t necessarily mean other Land Rovers sold especially rarely in August, although they did. It was the Evoque’s worst Canadian sales month so far. Range Rover Sport sales jumped 24% last month.
Midsize Luxury SUV Sales Chart
German Range Rover Sport rivals from Mercedes-Benz and Porsche fared well in August, as well. M-Class sales jumped 76% to 225 units; Cayenne sales shot up 77%. BMW X5 sales rose by 13 units.
Want to go back in time? As always, historical monthly and yearly sales figures for any vehicle currently marketed in North America can be accessed through the first dropdown menu at GCBC’s Sales Stats home or, for non-mobile users, near the top right of this page. But we’ve added links in the tables below which will take you directly to each vehicle’s sales page. Just click the model name. That’ll save you a couple steps.
After the jump you’ll find detailed August 2012 and year-to-date sales figures for more than two dozen premium utility vehicles, from the $38,500 BMW X1 to the $121,900 Porsche Cayenne Turbo.