NEWS: Subaru and Kia Excel in November Crossover Sales

December 4, 2013
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If the Ford Escape wants to be crowned the best-selling crossover in 2013, it has lots of catching up to do. Once again, the Ford crossover couldn't match the Honda CR-V in November. A bit lower on the compact crossover sales chart, Subaru and Kia excelled in November.
Despite beating the RAV4 in year-to-date crossover sales, the Chevrolet Equinox landed in the fourth slot, while the 2014 Motor Trend SUV of the Year, the Subaru Forester (13,410 units), pulled ahead of the Nissan Rogue (10,487) for the fifth position. With the new 2014 Rogue just hitting dealerships, though, the Forester's upswing may be short-lived.
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The Jeep Cherokee burst onto the scene in November with 10,169 units sold. Another Subie overtook the Jeep siblings. The XV Crosstrek jumped two spots up the chart with 5311 units, bumping the Patriot (5184 units) and the Compass (3547 units) down a spot.
The Kia Sportage also overtook the Compass in the crossover contest with its 4693 units sold, however, it still wasn't enough to land it in the top 10. Below the Sportage was the Compass, Nissan Juke, Hyundai Tucson, Volkswagen Tiguan, and Mini Countryman/Paceman.
Crossover November 2013 November 2012 Year- to-Date
Honda CR-V 23,509 22,333 275,145
Ford Escape 20,988 20,970 271,531
Toyota RAV4 19,447 12,423 197,279
Chevrolet Equinox 18,379 16,821 220,980
Subaru Forester 13,410 5,703 110,363
Nissan Rogue 10,487 12,662 148,075
Jeep Cherokee 10,169 N/A 10,748
GMC Terrain 6821 8158 91,527
Mazda CX-5 6323 4213 72,824
Subaru XV Crosstrek 5311 2060 48,216
Jeep Patriot 5148 4174 69,639
Kia Sportage 4693 2269 30,438
Jeep Compass 3547 2715 49,459
Nissan Juke 3446 3003 35,081
Hyundai Tucson 3285 3838 38,192
Volkswagen Tiguan 2235 2815 27,538
Mini Countryman/Paceman 2066 1608 21,882
2012 Honda CR V Front Left Side

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