These were SA's 20 top-selling SUVs in November

New-vehicle sales in SA continued their steady recovery last month with 41,588 cars and commercial vehicles finding new owners, a slight increase over October’s 41,035 units and a healthy 6.6% rise over November 2020.

2021-12-07 08:01:00 PM

New-vehicle sales in SA continued their steady recovery last month with 41,588 cars and commercial vehicles finding new owners, a slight increase over October’s 41,035 units and a healthy 6.6% rise over November 2020.

New-vehicle sales in SA continued their steady recovery last month with 41,588 cars and commercial vehicles finding new owners, a slight increase over October’s 41,035 units and a healthy 6.6% rise over November 2020.

SUVs and crossovers continued their rise in popularity, luring consumers with their practicality and elevated ride heights, and November’s big star in this segment was the all-new Toyota Corolla Cross.The Volkswagen T-Cross was the second most popular SUV in November with 838 units sold.

Image:SuppliedIn its first month the locally built car racked up 1,757 sales, making it not only the market’s best performing SUV but the third-best selling vehicle overall behind the Toyota Hilux bakkie and Toyota Hi-Ace minibus. It also bumped the VW Polo Vivo from its spot as SA’s top selling passenger car, and Toyota is aiming for at least 20,000 annual sales of the Corolla Cross, which is built in Durban.

Volkswagen’s T-Cross was the next-most popular SUV last month with 838 units, ahead of the ever-popular Toyota Fortuner, which outsold many smaller and more affordable rivals.The ageing Ford EcoSport continued to outperform a number of newer players in the growing compact-crossover segment. headtopics.com

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SA’s top-selling SUVs of November 20211. Toyota Corolla Cross — 1,7572. VW T-Cross — 8384. Toyota Urban Cruiser — 699

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