Cape Town - Toyota is leading the way in luxury SUV sales though the Jaguar Land Rover group is hot on the heels of the Japanese automaker in South Africa.
The Prado sold a total of 436 units during the first three month of 2018, while the Land Cruiser 200 is second 428 units.
The Range Rover/Range Rover Sport, one of 2017’s best-sellers, slots into third place with a total of 273 units.
The new Land Rover Discovery (265) is in fourth, ahead of the BMW X5 (260).
The all-new Range Rover Velar, launched late last year, sold 259 units; beating the recently launched Jaguar E-Pace with 68 units.
The Range Rover Evoque is in eighth place (162 units), followed by the Jaguar F-Pace (130). The Volvo XC90 is in tenth place on 116 units.