Sales Report: Ford Expedition and Dodge Durango Make Sales Gains to Catch the Leading Chevy Tahoe

Chevy Suburban sales are way down.

2021 chevy tahoe expedition durango suv sales

The giant full-size SUV sales results are not quiet as positive and promising as their pickup truck counterparts. The Chevy Tahoe is still leading the Q3 2020 sales chart in the United States. The Ford Expedition is gaining some market share ground as it slots into second place. The Dodge Durango is currently in third. The GMC Yukon/XL and Chevy Suburban see big declines in sales.

Don’t be alarmed too much about the GM SUV sales dip because the company is currently in the process of launching the new 2021 generation of all of their full-size SUVs! Since the factory had to be retooled and updated, this creates a limitation in the supply. Full-size GM SUV sales should recover in this upcoming quarter as the new generation Tahoes and Yukons are reaching the dealerships in greater numbers.

The table below is ordered by the Q3 2020 sales results. It also shows combined GM SUV sales.

Full-Size SUV Sales – Q3 2020

Q3 2020Q3 20/19 %YTD 2020YTD 20/19 %
Chevy Tahoe23,121-12.1%59,540-25.7%
Ford Expedition19,4024.4%51,747-16.7%
Dodge Durango15,9572%45,456-14%
GMC Yukon/XL14,073-24.9%38,681-28.0%
Chevy Suburban7,548-39.1%24,059-42.3%
Nissan Armada4,366-25.9%17,520-28.8%
Toyota Sequoian/an/a

Here is the total number of all Chevy and GMC full-size SUVs combined. As you can see, while GM full-size SUV sales are down, they still sell more than all other competitors combined.

Q3 2020YTD 2020
Chevy/GMC SUVs44,742122,280

Here is the 2021 GMC Yukon AT4 tackling our Tombstone Hill off-road challenge.