25 Top-Selling SUVs Year-To-Date: All Brands Included


2019 Toyota Rav4
The craze continues! SUVs continue to outpace every other segment, and in fact, sales in June 2019 versus 2018 were up 44,000 SUVs despite the overall market being down slightly. RAV4 continues to widen its lead, but with GM sales reported, we now know the Chevrolet Equinox is in second place. The Nissan Rogue is in a dogfight for third as the Honda CR-V came on strong in June. Here are your sales leaders for the year through June:

25 Top-Selling SUVs


  1. Toyota RAV4: 161,458
  2. Chevy Equinox: 148,460
  3. Nissan Rogue: 146,573
  4. Honda CR-V: 146,517
  5. Ford Escape: 111,380
  6. Jeep Grand Cherokee: 103,612
  7. Jeep Wrangler: 96,940
  8. Toyota Highlander: 91,359
  9. Ford Explorer: 89,853
  10. Jeep Cherokee: 81,384
  11. Subaru Outback: 76,206
  12. Subaru Forester: 71,466
  13. Jeep Compass: 64,527
  14. Mazda CX-5: 61,143
  15. Chevy Traverse: 60,929
  16. Honda Pilot: 56,872
  17. Ford Edge: 54,240
  18. Hyundai Santa Fe: 53,236
  19. Toyota 4Runner: 53,235
  20. Hyundai Tucson: 53,129
  21. GMC Acadia: 51,095
  22. VW Tiguan: 47,953
  23. Subaru Crosstrek: 47,067
  24. Chevy Tahoe: 43,912
  25. GMC Terrain: 42,856
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