Top 25 SUV & Crossover Sales Leaders in 2018


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Perhaps the most important sales crown in 2018 was for sales supremacy in the hottest segment in the auto industry: SUVs.

Every automaker strives for market share increases in this hot segment. I noted this past summer that Nissan Rogue was putting up a huge challenge to RAV4 from Toyota, but in the second half of the year, Nissan pulled back on Rogue incentives while Toyota poured them onto the 2018 RAV4.

So, what are people buying in the SUV/Crossover segment? Here is your top 25 for the entire year of 2018:

  1. Toyota RAV4: 427,168
  2. Nissan Rogue: 412,110
  3. Honda CR-V: 379,021
  4. Chevy Equinox: 332,621
  5. Ford Escape: 272,228
  6. Ford Explorer: 261,571
  7. Toyota Highlander: 244,511
  8. Jeep Wrangler: 240,032
  9. Jeep Cherokee: 239,437
  10. Jeep Grand Cherokee: 224,908
  11. Subaru Outback: 178,854
  12. Subaru Forester: 171,613
  13. Jeep Compass: 171,167
  14. Honda Pilot: 159,615
  15. Hyundai Tucson: 153,792
  16. Mazda CX5: 150,622
  17. Chevy Traverse: 146,264
  18. Subaru CrossTrek: 144,384
  19. Toyota 4Runner: 139,694
  20. Ford Edge: 134,122
  21. Hyundai Santa Fe: 117,038
  22. GMC Terrain: 114,311
  23. Lexus RX: 111,636
  24. Kia Sorento: 107,846
  25. Chevy Tahoe: 104,152

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Winston Ekpo
Great list. What about the Dodge Durango?
Amy P.
Hi Winston! You should be able to find that information here:

http://fcauthority.com/fiat-chrysler-automobiles/fiat-chrysler-automobiles-sales-numbers/dodge-sales-numbers/dodge-durango-sales-numbers/

Thanks for the comment!
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