For over a year the Honda CR-V has been America’s hottest selling SUV/crossover. September marks the 13th consecutive month the CR-V has held the number one spot with 29,925 sales and an increase of 26.1 percent from last year same month.
The Ford Escape had an incredible 31.1 percent increase in sales over last year same month to take the number two spot away from the Toyota RAV4.
Out of the top twenty vehicles on the list only one did not show an improvement over September 2014. The Jeep Patriot, number 20 on the list, showed a -6.4 percent deficient with only 8,533 sales. The year-to-date (YTD) numbers for the patriot are still holding strong with 88,719 for 2015, a 26.8 percent increase over 2014’s YTD of 69,958. Some auto experts are blaming the Jeep Renegade as to why the Patriots numbers are slowly declining.
Three of the twenty SUVs/crossovers on the list had amazing year-over-year increases of over 40 percent. The Kia Sorento sold 9,380 Sorentos for a 42 percent increase, the Dodge Journey increased its sales by 44.6 percent, and the Nissan Rogue showed an impressive 45.5 percent improvement for September 2015.
See where all the other SUVs and crossovers ranked on the hottest selling list below.
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Top 20 Hottest Selling SUVs/Crossovers for September 2015
|Rank||SUV/Crossover||September 2015||September 2014||% Change||YTD 2015||YTD 2014||% Change|
|9||Jeep Grand Cherokee||15,758||12,854||22.6%||141,849||136,310||4.1%|
|13||Hyundai Santa Fe||10,752||8945||20.2%||88,400||78,907||12.0%|
Source: Auto Manufacturers