The Toyota Land Cruiser 200 has been a stellar performer for a Japanese automaker in 2018, consistently earning clever sales total as a heading SUV.
In Dec 2018 a big, muscular SUV surfaced a list with 143 units.
It comprehensively outsold a dual large “rivals” – a stablemate, a Toyota Prado, and a Range Rover/RR Sport with a latter securing second place in a final month of 2018 with 106 units sold. The Prado managed to sell a same series of units.
Disco proves popular
The Land Rover Discovery continued a clever run and found foster with 46 new owners, followed by a Range Rover Velar (39 units) in fifth place. Volvo’s XC90 purebred a sales figure 38 units, while a new Volkswagen Touareg sole 31 units.
Audi’s Q7 found foster among 27 new owners, and a Jaguar F-Pace slipped a bit on 24 units to container into ninth place. The massive Lexus LX rounds out a tip 10 with 17 units sold.
XC60 creates triple digits
The rarely acclaimed Volvo XC60 went tip of a record for medium-sized oppulance SUVs in Dec 2018. The Swedish beauty was a usually SUV in this list to transcend a 100-mark with 109 units sold. Audi’s Q5 only missed out on 94 units.
The Range Rover Evoque, set to be transposed by a newer indication in a really nearby future, changed to third place with 73 units, followed by a cousin, a Land Rover Discovery Sport, on 62 units. In fifth place is a Volvo XC40 on 54 units.
Jaguar’s E-Pace sole off 49 units, followed really closely by a Audi Q3 on 48 units. In eighth place is a Lexus NX on 22 units and in ninth a Lexus RX with 9 units sold.
The Alfa Romeo Stelvio sole a unique section to squeeze tenth place.