Top-Selling SUVs in America Year-To-Date 

Top-Selling SUVs Nissan Rogue

This is the segment that has wrecked sedan sales, and it is the most hotly contested in the auto industry. As we’ve discussed on the Car Pro Show, the Nissan Rogue is having a runaway year so far.  We’ve got a real horse race for third place with the Chevy Equinox edging out the Honda CR-V after three months of sales.

Most of your top 20 SUVs had a better first quarter this year than last year.  However, a few are down: Honda CR-V, Ford Escape, Jeep Grand Cherokee, and Subaru Forester.

The Jeep Compass is the most dramatic increase, from 8,552 in the first quarter of 2017, to 43,520 so far this year.

Here are your top 20 best-selling SUVs year-to-date, regardless of size:

  • Nissan Rogue:  116,454
  • Toyota RAV4:  91,459
  • Chevy Equinox:  82,398 
  • Honda CR-V:  82,046
  • Ford Escape:  67,350
  • Ford Explorer:  62,804
  • Jeep Wrangler:  55,504
  • Jeep Grand Cherokee:  53,448
  • Toyota Highlander:  52,882
  • Jeep Cherokee:  50,610
  • Subaru Outback:  44,122
  • Jeep Compass:  43,520
  • Mazda CX-5:  42,817
  • Chevy Traverse:  38,198
  • Honda Pilot:  37,833
  • Subaru Forester:  37,104
  • Subaru Crosstrek:  33,462
  • GMC Terrain:  32,964 Car
  • Ford Edge:  32,654
  • Buick Encore:  25,468

 Photo Credit: Nissan

1 Comment
  1. Al 8 months ago

    Jeep Wrangler is the only truck which can go off-road ; the rest are cars for the suburbs .

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