Honda CR-V and Ford Escape Lead November Compact Crossover Sales

The Honda CR-V climbed to the top of the compact crossover segment in November, with 22,333 units sold. The Ford Escape was in second with 20,970 units and rounding off the top-three spots is the Chevrolet Equinox with 16,821 crossovers going home to customers.

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While there was a pretty sizable gap separating the crossovers in the top-three spots, the battle for fourth and fifth was much tighter. The Nissan Rogue ended November with 12,662 units sold, just 239 more than the Toyota RAV4. As we recently reported from last week’s 2012 L.A. Auto Show, the 2013 Toyota RAV4 is just around the corner and will likely move up the chart. The current model is the most dated in the segment,having debuted back in 2006. The GMC Terrain and Subaru Forester took the sixth and seventh spot with 8158 and 5703 units sold respectively.

 

Crossover November 2012 November 2011 Year-to-Date
Honda CR-V 22,333 16,426 255,919
Ford Escape 20,970 21,823 240,877
Chevrolet Equinox 16,821 14,936 199,070
Nissan Rogue 12,662 10,845 130,861
Toyota RAV4 12,423 11,330 157,526
GMC Terrain 8158 5654 86,270
Subaru Forester 5703 5829 67,583
Mazda CX-5 4213 N/A 37,363
Hyundai Tuscon 3838 4101 45,133
 

Source: Honda, Ford, Chevrolet, Nissan, Toyota, GMC, Subaru, Mazda, Hyundai

 

Crossover November 2012 November 2011 Year-to-Date
Honda CR-V 22,333 16,426 255,919
Ford Escape 20,970 21,823 240,877
Chevrolet Equinox 16,821 14,936 199,070
Nissan Rogue 12,662 10,845 130,861
Toyota RAV4 12,423 11,330 157,526
GMC Terrain 8158 5654 86,270
Subaru Forester 5703 5829 67,583
Mazda CX-5 4213 N/A 37,363
Hyundai Tuscon 3838 4101 45,133

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