June 2015 YTD U.S. SUV And Crossover Sales Rankings – Top 94 Best-Selling SUVs In America – Every SUV Ranked

2015 Honda HR-V silver

Only on sale since the latter portion of May, the Honda HR-V is already America’s 49th-best-selling SUV/crossover through the first six months of 2015.

The HR-V’s bigger brethren, the Honda CR-V and Honda Pilot, rank first and twelfth, among utility vehicles in America, respectively. 

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Honda is often at its best when responding to a recently developed trend with small but perfectly packaged vehicles. Hondas don’t need to be the most attractive members in the category because they are often better built and among the most efficient, besides carrying a built-in reputation for reliability. 

With those factors firmly in its grasp, the smallest Honda crossover generated 7760 more sales in the month of June to add to the 6381 sold in May. 

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These subcompact crossovers, even the better-selling ones like the HR-V, continue to be low-volume contenders in an arena firmly controlled by their slightly bigger brethren. Honda sold 3.7 CR-Vs for every HR-V in June. The second, third, fourth, fifth, and seventh-best-selling SUVs/CUVs in America are all direct CR-V rivals.

2015 Jeep Renegade

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U.S. Auto Sales Brand Rankings – June 2015 YTD
U.S. Vehicle Sales Rankings By Model – June 2015 YTD
U.S. Car Sales Rankings By Model – June 2015 YTD

Reminder: these are year-to-date rankings, but you can sort SUVs/crossovers by June volume by clicking the June 2015 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
June 2015 YTD
June 2014 YTD
%
Change
June
2015
June
2014
% Change
#1 Honda CR-V 163,018 154,692 5.4% 28,349 26,129 8.5%
#2 Ford Escape 146,416 152,890 -4.2% 24,126 25,110 -3.9%
#3 Chevrolet Equinox 145,685 120,831 20.6% 21,760 21,748 0.1%
#4 Toyota RAV4 143,575 116,952 22.8% 24,843 21,589 15.1%
#5 Nissan Rogue 135,397 99,302 36.3% 23,243 15,066 54.3%
#6 Ford Explorer 122,404 104,460 17.2% 22,549 17,290 30.4%
#6.1 Ford Explorer * 109,504 94,988 15.3% 20,377 15,645 30.2%
#6.2 Ford Explorer Police Interceptor * 12,900 9,472 36.2% 2,172 1,645 32.0%
#7 Jeep Cherokee 105,426 80,432 31.1% 18,472 13,337 38.5%
#8 Jeep Wrangler 102,450 85,737 19.5% 19,159 16,439 16.5%
#9 Jeep Grand Cherokee 93,080 89,613 3.9% 15,464 15,055 2.7%
#10 Subaru Forester 80,828 74,400 8.6% 14,058 13,317 5.6%
#11 Toyota Highlander 78,388 72,138 8.7% 13,831 11,555 19.7%
#12 Honda Pilot 68,956 50,680 36.1% 9,093 9,830 -7.5%
#13 Ford Edge 63,595 61,068 4.1% 12,587 9,700 29.8%
#14 Chevrolet Traverse 61,430 52,053 18.0% 8,721 10,592 -17.7%
#15 Jeep Patriot 59,635 43,928 35.8% 9,691 6,873 41.0%
#16 Kia Sorento 56,421 51,921 8.7% 8,967 9,831 -8.8%
#17 Hyundai Santa Fe 54,738 52,005 5.3% 10,446 8,930 17.0%
#18 GMC Terrain 54,410 50,687 7.3% 8,211 8,743 -6.1%
#19 Mazda CX-5 53,343 50,275 6.1% 9,373 7,943 18.0%
#20 Dodge Journey 51,283 47,151 8.8% 9,827 7,448 31.9%
#21 GMC Acadia 49,055 41,170 19.2% 9,421 8,023 17.4%
#22 Toyota 4Runner 46,202 35,293 30.9% 8,208 5,761 42.5%
#23 Lexus RX 44,279 47,264 -6.3% 7,233 8,426 -14.2%
#24 Chevrolet Tahoe 42,091 45,838 -8.2% 6,192 11,147 -44.5%
#25 Nissan Pathfinder 41,938 39,964 4.9% 7,168 6,361 12.7%
#26 Dodge Durango 30,794 32,875 -6.3% 4,693 4,983 -5.8%
#27 Buick Encore 30,549 23,657 29.1% 5,526 4,142 33.4%
#28 Cadillac SRX 30,207 28,864 4.7% 5,746 4,652 23.5%
#29 Acura MDX 29,420 30,664 -4.1% 4,592 4,890 -6.1%
#30 BMW X5 29,151 22,438 29.9% 7,508 3,972 89.0%
#31 Nissan Murano 28,475 20,425 39.4% 5,314 3,058 73.8%
#32 Buick Enclave 28,070 30,142 -6.9% 5,186 6,202 -16.4%
#33 Jeep Compass 26,667 33,092 -19.4% 3,885 5,302 -26.7%
#34 Acura RDX 25,713 22,349 15.1% 5,056 3,485 45.1%
#35 Chevrolet Trax 24,815 5,971
#36 Kia Sportage 23,955 19,956 20.0% 3,550 3,590 -1.1%
#37 Chevrolet Suburban 23,386 23,571 -0.8% 2,996 6,584 -54.5%
#38 Mercedes-Benz M-Class 22,960 21,940 4.6% 3,541 3,891 -9.0%
#39 Hyundai Tucson 22,634 24,336 -7.0% 3,606 3,776 -4.5%
#40 Audi Q5 21,666 19,928 8.7% 4,270 4,025 6.1%
#41 Ford Expedition 20,863 22,099 -5.6% 4,032 4,621 -12.7%
#42 Lexus NX 20,049 3,503
#43 GMC Yukon 18,004 18,604 -3.2% 3,285 3,946 -16.8%
#44 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport 17,893 15,322 16.8% 3,948 2,433 62.3%
#45 Infiniti QX60 17,778 15,599 14.0% 3,003 2,158 39.2%
#46 Cadillac Escalade 16,311 10,406 56.7% 2,514 2,965 -15.2%
#46.1 Cadillac Escalade * 9,910 6,671 48.6% 1,522 1,907 -20.2%
#46.2 Cadillac Escalade ESV * 6,401 3,735 71.4% 992 1,058 -6.2%
#47 Nissan Juke 14,647 25,761 -43.1% 2,567 2,559 0.3%
#48 Jeep Renegade 14,431 4,858
#49 Honda HR-V 14,141 7,760
#50 Mercedes-Benz GLK-Class 13,835 18,638 -25.8% 2,549 3,766 -32.3%
#51 Volkswagen Tiguan 13,677 13,174 3.8% 2,604 2,416 7.8%
#52 GMC Yukon XL 13,438 12,445 8.0% 2,407 3,096 -22.3%
#53 BMW X3 13,283 21,802 -39.1% 2,301 2,105 9.3%
#54 Mercedes-Benz GL-Class 12,938 11,726 10.3% 2,086 1,729 20.6%
#55 Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class 12,313 2,177
#56 Volvo XC60 11,910 8,784 35.6% 2,449 2,180 12.3%
#57 Lexus GX 11,691 10,276 13.8% 2,079 1,772 17.3%
#58 Lincoln MKC 11,332 1,361 733% 1,947 684 185%
#59 Land Rover Range Rover Sport 11,173 9,806 13.9% 1,516 1,481 2.4%
#60 Ford Flex 10,595 12,989 -18.4% 1,591 2,385 -33.3%
#61 Mazda CX-9 9,257 9,254 0.1% 1,577 1,441 9.4%
#62 Land Rover Range Rover 9,166 5,965 53.7% 1,273 850 49.8%
#63 Lincoln MKX 8,749 13,097 -33.2% 1,936 1,765 9.7%
#64 Audi Q7 8,525 8,435 1.1% 1,630 1,429 14.1%
#65 Mini Countryman 8,278 10,621 -22.1% 2,041 1,956 4.3%
#66 Porsche Cayenne 8,003 8,713 -8.1% 1,312 1,300 0.9%
#67 Mitsubishi Outlander 7,456 7,016 6.3% 1,068 963 10.9%
#68 Infiniti QX80 7,326 6,218 17.8% 996 921 8.1%
#69 Nissan Armada 7,189 6,457 11.3% 1,218 996 22.3%
#70 Nissan Xterra 6,918 9,765 -29.2% 1,184 1,166 1.5%
#71 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque 6,646 6,276 5.9% 801 1,037 -22.8%
#72 Porsche Macan 6,248 2,026 208% 1,065 763 39.6%
#73 Audi Q3 6,247 867
#74 Toyota Sequoia 6,092 5,930 2.7% 1,144 973 17.6%
#75 BMW X1 5,905 11,311 -47.8% 1,118 1,052 6.3%
#76 Lincoln Navigator 5,839 3,653 59.8% 999 721 38.6%
#77 Land Rover LR4 4,359 2,081 109% 737 313 135%
#78 BMW X6 3,958 2,338 69.3% 1,448 567 155%
#79 Volkswagen Touareg 3,310 3,287 0.7% 561 573 -2.1%
#80 BMW X4 3,146 390
#81 Infiniti QX70 2,891 2,905 -0.5% 372 329 13.1%
#82 Lincoln MKT 2,103 2,747 -23.4% 376 509 -26.1%
#83 Mercedes-Benz G-Class 1,708 1,486 14.9% 260 280 -7.1%
#84 Lexus LX 1,667 1,981 -15.9% 223 264 -15.5%
#85 Volvo XC90 1,565 2,651 -41.0% 457 411 11.2%
#86 Infiniti QX50 1,432 1,427 0.4% 417 220 89.5%
#87 Toyota Land Cruiser 1,291 1,493 -13.5% 158 188 -16.0%
#88 Land Rover Discovery Sport 899 312
#89 Mini Paceman 838 928 -9.6% 248 182 36.3%
#90 Fiat 500X 332 324
#91 Toyota FJ Cruiser 218 8,237 -97.4% 7 1,121 -99.4%
#92 Land Rover LR2 69 2,058 -96.6% 4 357 -98.9%
#93 Chevrolet Captiva Sport 53 28,811 -99.8% 4 3,959 -99.9%
#94 Acura ZDX 2 56 -96.4% 1 3 -66.7%
#95 Subaru Tribeca 605 -100% 61 -100%
#96 Hyundai Veracruz 1 -100%
Total
2,900,492 2,581,602 12.4% 508,136 445,761 14.0%

Source: Automakers & ANDC

* 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.
^ Escalade here does not include sales of the EXT, which is shown with pickup trucks.
Rather than listing the 500L with the Mini Paceman and Countryman in these SUV/crossover rankings, it’s with cars in large part because it is not available with all-wheel-drive. The placement of numerous crossovers often prompts disagreement, but consider the vehicle type’s name: crossover. By its very definition, it crosses over from one category into another. The very act of calling, for example, the Toyota Venza a car or a utility vehicle requires ignorance of the fact that the Venza (or Outback, Crosstour, Encore, Countryman, 500L) is a square peg that can’t be squeezed through a round hole.