Toyota's RAV4 led compact crossover sales again in April, but a surprising amount of negative numbers might mean the segment is cooling off.
The RAV4 had nearly a 32 percent increase in sales for the month and an 18 percent increase for the year to extend its lead over 2015's leader, the
The new-from-the-ground-up Honda Civic continued its hot sales streak as it kept the compact car sales lead and beat out the Toyota Camry as April's top seller.
More than 35,000 Civics found homes in April -- 3,000 more than the Toyota Corolla and 1,000 more than the Camry, 2015's sales champion.
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The much-improved Honda Civic returned to form in March, taking the compact car sales lead back from the Toyota Corolla and increasing its yearly lead.
Civic sales were up nearly 22 percent from March 2015 and is the biggest yearly gainer in the segment with a near-31 percent increase. It was
The Honda CR-V, 2015's best-selling crossover, took another uncharacteristic drop in sales for March, letting both the Nissan Rogue and the Ford Escape vault ahead.
Neither one could ouster the Toyota RAV4, which took the lead again for the month and is also the yearly sales leader in the category.