Through the first seven months of 2016, the Honda CR-V is not the best-selling SUV/crossover in America.
This comes as some surprise for a vehicle that led the utility vehicle sector in eight of the last nine years, including each of the last four.
With a 16-percent year-over-year jump to 197,771 units through July, the Toyota RAV4 is the leader of the pack so far this year.
Yet after the RAV4 led the monthly SUV/crossover rundown in each of the first five months of 2016, the Honda CR-V narrowed the gap in June, outselling the RAV4 by 2,250 units to mark a turnaround at the end of the first-half.
Then in July, Honda reported the highest monthly CR-V sales total in the nameplate’s two-decade run. (Read More…)