Nissan X-Trail as the best-selling SUV/crossover in the US

Jul 08, 2017 | Same topic: Up-to-date consumer reports
The Nissan X-Trail will be the new “King” leading the SUV/crossover segment in America.
According to statistics from Nissan, in the first six months of the year, the Japanese company delivered 195,689 units of X-Trail/Rogue, 8,433 units comfortably more than the Honda CR-V which has led the segment in the US for five years. And certainly, the X-Trail/Rouge left other contenders like the Toyota RAV4, Ford Escape, Ford Explorer, Chevrolet Equinox and Jeep Grand Cherokee far behind.
 
The Nissan X-Trail on the road

In the first six months of the year, the Japanese company delivered 195,689 units of X-Trail/Rogue

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It is reported that Nissan sold out a total of 34,349 models of X-Trail/Rouge in the US market in June, recording an increase of 17% over the same period last year. As a result, the Nissan X-Trail/Rouge continues to top the chart in the list of best-selling SUV and crossover of the year.
 
Rear view of the Nissan X-Trail

It is reported that Nissan sold out a total of 34,349 models of X-Trail/Rouge in the US market in June

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One of the reasons for Nissan’s success in the last six months is that the X-Trail has no longer fought against the CR-V alone. More specifically, the newly launched 2017 Rogue Sport, America’s version of the Qashqai will stand with the standard Rouge in this battle to contribute to the total sales of the X-Trail/Rogue in America.
 
Side view of the Nissan X-Trail

The X-Trail has no longer fought against the CR-V alone

With all the success in 2017, we can confidently expect a bolder Nissan X-Trail in the next years.
 

 
2018 Honda CR-V vs 2018 Nissan X-Trail