America continued its love affair with SUVs in the first quarter of 2019. Overall, SUV sales are up 26,000 units in the first three months of 2019, which is significant considering the red-hot SUV sales of 2018.
Your leader so far is Nissan Rogue, even though sales of it versus a year ago are down almost 20%. Chevy Equinox is not far behind, neither is the Honda CR-V and both of those are seeing sales increases this year. Bottom line, Rogue needs to be very careful if it plans to hold that lead.
Here are your top 20 best-selling SUVs and crossovers through March 2019:
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