Honda CR-V Unseats Ford Escape as Best-Selling Compact Crossover in October

November 2, 2012
2012 Honda CRV Front Three Quarter View
The Honda CR-V managed to outsell the Ford Escape by less than 900 units in October, taking the compact crossover crown with 20,295 examples sold. Bumped down to second, the Escape was good for 19,832 units sold, while the Chevrolet Equinox remained steady with the bronze, selling 15,387 CUVS.
Sales for the Nissan Rogue in October also dropped compared to September (12,106), however, the crossover stayed in fifth with 8436 sold. The 5309 Subaru Foresters sold allowed it to stay in seventh place, though the Crosstrek might soon steal its thunder: after being on sale for one month, 1735 of the new CUVs have been sold. A total of 3778 Mazda CX-5s were sold, allowing it to swap places with the ninth-place Hyundai Tucson (3451 copies) by just 327 units.
Source: Honda, Ford, GM, Toyota, Nissan, Hyundai, Mazda, Subaru
Vehicle October 2012 October 2011 YTD
Honda CRV 20,205 19,326 233,586
Ford Escape 19,382 19,046 219,907
Chevy Equinox 15,387 15,108 182,249
Toyota RAV4 10,936 10,680 145,103
Nissan Rogue 8,436 10,034 118,199
GMC Terrain 7286 6350 78,112
Subaru Forester 5309 5385 61,880
Mazda CX-5 3778 n/a 33,150
Hyundai Tucson 3451 3777 41,295
Vehicle October 2012 October 2011 YTD
Honda CRV 20,205 19,326 233,586
Ford Escape 19,382 19,046 219,907
Chevy Equinox 15,387 15,108 182,249
Toyota RAV4 10,936 10,680 145,103
Nissan Rogue 8,436 10,034 118,199
GMC Terrain 7286 6350 78,112
Subaru Forester 5309 5385 61,880
Mazda CX-5 3778 n/a 33,150
Hyundai Tucson 3451 3777 41,295

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