47. Mini Countryman


Mini’s compact SUV is another car that currently struggles in the North American market, but that is due to the fact that it has been replaced by the new generation. So, the number of 2,672 sold copies isn’t completely representative, as a significant bump in sales is expected during Q2 and Q3 of 2017. Still, premium compact SUV segment isn’t that big, both in terms of competition and sales figures, so it’s safe to say that the Countryman is not a car bought by many people in the US after all.


46. Nissan Armada

2017 Nissan Armada

If space is what you are looking for, the Armada has it. In fact, it can seat up to 8 people and still tow up to 8500 pounds. Nissan`s SUV has full-size dimensions, a big engine with 390 hp and a lot of features. The price seems appropriate at $46,000 but the only thing that could be a problem is poor fuel economy.