Subaru of America's sales increased 6.4 percent last month, thanks to another strong outing from the Outback and Forester crossovers.
Subaru sold 63,972 vehicles in May, its best monthly sales total yet in 2019.
Combined, the Outback and Forester accounted for 53.2 percent of the brand's sales in May.
The Ascent three-row crossover chipped in 7,509 sales, the nameplate's third-best monthly result since going on sale in June 2018, behind March's 7,932 and December's 7,733.
The automaker's streak of year-over-year sales gains now stands at 90 months.
Outside those three crossovers, Subaru's lineup posted declines of at least 13 percent.
Subaru has sold 278,014 vehicles through May, an increase of 5.7 percent. The automaker is targeting a sales increase of 3 percent for the year.
Notable nameplates: Outback, up 7.9%; Forester, up 10%; Crosstrek, down 20%; Impreza, down 29%; Legacy, down 13%; WRX/WRX STI, down 26%; BRZ down 37%
Incentives: $1,451 per vehicle, down 0.9% from a year earlier, ALG says.
Average transaction price: $28,897, up 5.2% from a year earlier, according to ALG.
Did you know? The Crosstrek subcompact crossover has yet to post a sales increase in 2019.