January 2013 Luxury SUV Sales In Canada

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January 2013 Canada small luxury SUV sales chart
Small Luxury SUV Sales Chart
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Year-over-year, Canadian new vehicle sales fell 2.2% in January 2013. Keep in mind, Canadians registered 10,846 more vehicles last month than in the equivalent period of 2011, a 12.8% increase.  So while Canadian sales of the Audi Q5, for example, fell 11% compared with January 2012, Q5 volume is up 16.3% compared with January 2011 and 174% compared with January 2010.

2012 was nearly a record-setting year in Canada. Matching that level of sales in the lowest-volume month of 2013 wasn't going to be easy for some manufacturers, and that doesn't mean 2013 won't end as the higher-volume year. Rare was the luxury utility that posted a year-over-year Canadian sales improvement in January 2013. Sales of the BMW X1 fell 68%. Range Rover Evoque volume fell 31%; the Land Rover LR4 was down 43%. Audi Q7 sales dropped 36%. Lincoln's MKT and MKX slid 40% and 25%. Sales of the Mercedes-Benz M-Class slid 42%. And Volvo Canada posted a 37% decline in XC90 sales.


Midsize Luxury SUV Sales Chart
There were improvements, of course. The Acura RDX, BMW X3, Infiniti EX, Range Rover Sport, and Porsche Cayenne reported the most notable increases. But while premium brands landed in 18th and 19th spots among SUVs and crossovers in December, 17th and 20th in November, and 18th and 20th in October, only the Q5 finished in January's top 20.

The accompanying charts can be clicked for a larger view. Any model name can be clicked in order to find historical monthly and yearly sales figures. Or select a make and model at GCBC's Sales Stats home. Best of all, the tables below are now sortable. Click any column header to rank vehicles by volume, year-over-year change, or re-sort alphabetically to return to the original.

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Small
Luxury SUV
January 
2013
%
Change
Year 
To Date
YTD
% Change
370
+ 136%370+ 136%
435
- 11.2%435- 11.2%
89
- 67.6%89- 67.6%
281
+ 57.9%281+ 57.9%
175
+ 1.2%175+ 1.2%
124
+ 103%124+ 103%
34
+ 9.7%34+ 9.7%
90
- 30.8%90- 30.8%
414
- 8.4%414- 8.4%
256
- 18.7%256- 18.7%
82
- 12.8%82- 12.8%

Midsize Luxury SUV
January 2013
%
Change
Year To Date
YTD
% Change
257
+ 5.8%257+ 5.8%
3
- 80.0%3- 80.0%
103
- 35.6%103- 35.6%
193
- 11.9%193- 11.9%
40
- 16.7%40- 16.7%
175
+ 1.2%175+ 1.2%
49
- 12.5%49- 12.5%
160
-----160-----
23
- 42.5%23- 42.5%
108
+ 21.3%108+ 21.3%
26
+ 18.2%26+ 18.2%
414
- 8.4%414- 8.4%
21
- 40.0%21- 40.0%
174
- 25.0%174- 25.0%
283
- 41.5%283- 41.5%
88
+ 29.4%88+ 29.4%
135
- 15.6%135- 15.6%
52
- 11.9%52- 11.9%
27
- 37.2%27- 37.2%
Source: Manufacturers & ANDC

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