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Thursday 23 March 2017
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Truck-Based SUV Sales In America For 2016

Truck-Based SUV Sales In America For 2016

Crossover SUVs have been hot in the U.S. lately.  However, truck-based SUV sales were up last year also.  The body-on-frame SUVs were up a strong 8.8% in 2016 from 2015.  Although crossovers tend to ride better and be more fuel-efficient, truck-based SUVs tend to tow more and do better off the pavement.

Here are sales for 2016, ranked by volume, in the 20 truck-based SUVs that remain:

  1. Jeep Wrangler:  191,774
  2. Toyota 4Runner:  111,970
  3. Chevy Tahoe:  103,306
  4. Chevy Suburban:  60,082
  5. Ford Expedition:  59,835
  6. GMC Yukon:  53,447
  7. GMC Yukon XL:  37,054
  8. Lexus GX:  25,148
  9. Cadillac Escalade:  23,604
  10. Infiniti QX80:  16,772
  11. Cadillac Escalade ESV:  15,488
  12. Nissan Armada:  14,035
  13. Toyota Sequoia:  12,771
  14. Land Rover LR4:  10,772
  15. Lincoln Navigator:  10,421
  16. Lexus LX:  5,707
  17. Mercedes G-Class:  3,950
  18. Toyota Land Cruiser:  3,705
  19. Nissan Xterra:  38  (No longer produced)
  20. Toyota FJ Cruiser:  9  (No longer produced)


Photo Credit: Jeep