January 2013 Top 20 Best-Selling SUVs In Canada

2013 Ford Escape Towing Ruby Red
Huge declines by a couple of Canada's most popular vehicles helped drag down the overall market in January 2013, but that doesn't mean the most popular utility vehicles suffered. The market lost 2105 sales. Honda's Civic was down by 2436. The Dodge Grand Caravan lost 762 sales. The disappearance of the Ford Ranger brought the market down by another 650. 

2013 Jeep Compass Red
Canadian Sales Of The Jeep
Compass Jumped 75% In January
Meanwhile, sales of Canada's most popular SUV, the Ford Escape, shot up 24%, or 532 units. Dodge Journey sales rose slightly. Hyundai Santa Fe volume improved 25%. Sales of last year's second-ranked utility, the Honda CR-V, fell 27%. But the fifth-ranked Jeep Wrangler, which ranked twelfth among SUVs and crossovers at this time in 2012, shot up 44%. 

The Wrangler was just one of four Jeeps in the top 14. With the Liberty's current hiatus (only six were sold in January, and it's not even listed on the company's website), every available Jeep was a top seller.  The quartet finished 2012 in seventh, 13th, 20th, and 23rd.


GoodCarBadCar has already published the list of Canada's 20 best-selling passenger cars, and the best-selling trucks list is coming up shortly. Historical monthly and yearly sales figures for any vehicle, including these 20 best-selling SUVs and crossovers, can be accessed at GCBC's Sales Stats page. Select a make and model and you're on your way to finding out that January was the Mazda CX-5's eleventh-best Canadian sales month so far, but the second-best in the United States.

Rank
Best-Selling SUV/Crossover
January 2013
%
Change
Year 
To Date
YTD
% Change
#1
Ford Escape
2741 + 24.1% 2741 + 24.1%
#2
Dodge Journey
1996 + 2.3% 1996 + 2.3%
#3
Hyundai Santa Fe
1709 + 25.2% 1709 + 25.2%
#4
Honda CR-V
1414 - 26.7% 1414 - 26.7%
#5
Jeep Wrangler
1048 + 43.8% 1048 + 43.8%
#6
Chevrolet Equinox
1035 - 17.9% 1035 - 17.9%
#7
Nissan Rogue
823 - 23.2% 823 - 23.2%
#8
Jeep Grand Cherokee
803 - 19.6% 803 - 19.6%
#9
GMC Terrain
800 + 15.1% 800 + 15.1%
#10
Jeep Compass
799 + 74.8% 799 + 74.8%
#11
Ford Edge
789 - 13.3% 789 - 13.3%
#12
Mazda CX-5
782 ----- 782 -----
#13
Kia Sorento
753 - 18.5% 753 - 18.5%
#14
Jeep Patriot
726 + 12.7% 726 + 12.7%
#15
Hyundai Tucson
707 - 21.4% 707 - 21.4%
#16
Toyota RAV4
672 - 52.9% 672 - 52.9%
#17
Ford Explorer
623 + 2.1% 623 + 2.1%
#18
Mitsubishi RVR
579 + 26.1% 579 + 26.1%
#19
Audi Q5
435 - 11.2% 435 - 11.2%
#20
Kia Sportage
422 - 4.3% 422 - 4.3%
Source: Manufacturers & ANDC
Red font indicates year-over-year declining sales

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