March 2013 Canada SUV And Crossover Sales Rankings - Top 85 Best-Selling SUVs In Canada - Every SUV Ranked

2004 Ford Bronco Concept
Ford Hasn't Allowed This Tough-Looking 2004 Bronco
Concept To Influence SUVs That Came Around After
The 105,042 SUVs and crossovers sold in Canada in the first three months of 2013 accounted for 30% of the Canadian automobile market.

There were more than 85 different utility vehicle nameplates sold by Canadian automobile dealerships between January and March. Compare that with just seven minivans and three mini-minivans. 

While the most popular minivan in Canada, the Dodge Grand Caravan, sells more often than all these SUVs, the minivan market as a whole only accounts for 5.3% of the Canadian auto market.

So if Canadians with kids now prefer small and midsize crossovers, when will the image associated with minivans become the associated with these crossovers? Maybe soon. After all, a Dodge Journey isn't a Jeep Wrangler. And a Ford Escape isn't a Bronco.

Earlier this month GoodCarBadCar compiled complete sales figures for all pickup trucks, every minivan, and all commercial vans. A list just like this one was done earlier today for passenger cars. The All Vehicle Rankings post, in which every model for which sales data is known is ranked, features 247 vehicles.


Those full rankings included the following paragraphs: "GoodCarBadCar never ceases to remind its readers that they can always access historical monthly and yearly sales figures for any vehicle by selecting a make and/or model at the Sales Stats page. The Best Sellers page finds you many more lists just like this one, although most are shorter.


And please don't forget that this table is completely sortable. This means by clicking the SUVs & Crossovers button in the table heading you can rank vehicles alphabetically. Or if you just want to see how vehicles fared in March, click the March 2013 header. These are year-to-date rankings, so you'll continue to see their quarterly finishing order at the far left no matter how you choose to sort the list.

Also, let's do the internet a favour by sourcing GoodCarBadCar.net if you're compiling data based on the information already compiled in this list, and let's not just rip the code for your own Harare-hosted "news" blog. One can only hope."

Click Column Headers To Sort - March 2014April 2013
Rank
SUVs & Crossovers
March 2013 
YTD

Change
March
2013

Change
#1
Ford Escape 8411 + 1.6% 3255 - 12.3%
#2
Toyota RAV4 6678 + 40.0% 3635 + 95.7%
#3
Dodge Journey 6548 + 1.3% 2646 + 6.4%
#4
Honda CR-V 5785 - 34.8% 2777 - 32.3%
#5
Hyundai Santa Fe Sport * 5711 + 18.8% 2253 + 21.0%
#6
Jeep Wrangler 3913 + 6.8% 1719 - 4.7%
#7
Chevrolet Equinox 3451 - 27.8% 1396 - 31.7%
#8
Mazda CX-5 3442 + 90.3% 1771 + 7.4%
#9
Nissan Rogue 3429 - 23.6% 1584 - 28.9%
#10
Ford Edge 2957 - 5.0% 1385 - 10.6%
#11
Kia Sorento 2889 - 4.8% 1212 + 6.3%
#12
GMC Terrain 2520 - 5.6% 973 - 13.1%
#13
Jeep Compass 2237 + 61.4% 766 + 39.8%
#14
Hyundai Tucson 2209 - 27.6% 880 - 21.1%
#15
Ford Explorer 2055 + 14.0% 898 + 21.2%
#16
Jeep Grand Cherokee 2052 - 14.6% 659 - 15.9%
#17
Mitsubishi RVR 1889 + 7.6% 732 + 5.8%
#18
Jeep Patriot 1751 - 8.9% 452 - 32.6%
#19
Subaru Forester 1691 + 17.6% 1003 + 64.2%
#20
BMW X3 1652 + 133% 829 + 212%
#21
Audi Q5 1581 + 10.1% 687 + 60.1%
#22
Lexus RX 1476 + 6.5% 613 + 25.1%
#23
Toyota Highlander 1432 + 8.2% 626 + 18.6%
#24
Mercedes-Benz GLK 1430 + 18.3% 779 + 45.1%
#25
Nissan Pathfinder 1395 + 102% 562 + 263%
#26
Kia Sportage 1331 - 16.2% 515 - 25.3%
#27
Chevrolet Trax 1231 ----- 643 -----
#28
Acura MDX 1205 + 23.8% 783 + 112%
#29
Acura RDX 1175 + 145% 423 + 236%
#30
Volkswagen Tiguan 1137 - 13.3% 561 - 7.3%
#31
Mitsubishi Outlander 1112 - 12.2% 459 + 16.5%
#32
Mercedes-Benz M-Class 1038 - 39.5% 430 - 31.7%
#33
Honda Pilot 989 - 1.9% 395 - 6.6%
#34
Nissan Murano 898 - 35.7% 387 - 24.6%
#35
GMC Acadia 835 - 0.6% 330 + 0.3%
#36
Infiniti JX35 786 ----- 350 -----
#37
Nissan Juke 785 - 10.6% 360 - 18.2%
#38
Lincoln MKX 738 - 5.3% 326 - 4.1%
#39
Mercedes-Benz GL-Class & G-Class 666 + 73.4% 283 + 138%
#40
BMW X5 628 - 26.1% 273 - 18.0%
#41
Toyota 4Runner 588 - 16.5% 231 - 20.9%
T42
Buick Enclave 571 - 1.9% 223 - 3.9%
T42
Chevrolet Traverse 571 - 13.7% 222 - 11.2%
#44
Cadillac SRX 558 - 10.1% 229 - 13.9%
#45
Mazda CX-9 517 + 51.2% 163 - 18.1%
#46
BMW X1 507 - 55.4% 273 - 40.7%
#47
Infiniti EX 461 + 68.2% 188 + 30.6%
#48
Ford Flex 454 - 10.6% 241 + 10.6%
#49
Volkswagen Touareg 443 + 5.5% 188 + 58.0%
#50
Land Rover Range Rover Sport 432 + 17.1% 184 + 13.6%
#51
Land Rover Range Rover Evoque 428 + 6.5% 218 + 40.6%
#52
Dodge Durango 402 - 52.8% 123 - 36.3%
#53
Audi Q7 373 - 2.4% 155 + 14.0%
#54
Porsche Cayenne 368 + 30.0% 164 + 33.3%
#55
Mini Countryman **366 + 44.1% 115 + 10.6%
#56
Ford Expedition 343 + 21.2% 138 + 40.8%
#57
Volvo XC60 341 - 18.4% 146 - 31.1%
#58
Suzuki Grand Vitara 294 - 36.4% 102 - 44.0%
#59
GMC Yukon 285 - 14.2% 180 + 52.5%
#60
Hyundai Veracruz 257 - 44.0% 43 - 73.5%
#61
Chevrolet Tahoe 247 - 36.2% 152 - 6.7%
#62
Nissan Xterra 234 - 12.4% 109 - 7.6%
#63
Buick Encore 219 ----- 195 -----
#64
Chevrolet Suburban 214 - 12.3% 108 + 8.0%
#65
Land Rover Range Rover 206 + 94.3% 60 + 22.4%
#66
GMC Yukon XL 196 - 7.1% 137 + 39.8%
#67
Infiniti FX 192 - 2.0% 84 - 7.7%
#68
BMW X6 173 - 11.7% 76 + 5.6%
#69
Land Rover LR2 169 + 104% 78 + 225%
#70
Toyota Sequoia 154 - 32.5% 51 - 8.9%
#71
Toyota FJ Cruiser 145 - 27.5% 53 - 53.9%
#72
Infiniti QX56 114 + 16.3% 40 + 37.9%
#73
Cadillac Escalade ^128- 38.2% 54 - 34.1%
#73.1
Cadillac Escalade 96 - 41.5% 43 - 35.8%
#73.2
Cadillac Escalade ESV 32 - 25.6% 11 - 26.7%
#74
Lincoln MKT 111 + 8.8% 41 - 16.3%
#75
Nissan Armada 110 - 37.9% 43 - 42.7%
#76
Land Rover LR4 104 - 25.7% 45 - 37.5%
#77
Lincoln Navigator 102 + 15.9% 26 - 27.8%
#78
Volvo XC90 92 - 45.6% 41 - 45.3%
#79
Hyundai Santa Fe XL * 88 ----- 88 -----
#80
Lexus GX460 73 - 11.0% 26 - 33.3%
#81
Lexus LX570 62 + 8.8% 34 - 26.1%
#82
Subaru Tribeca 42 - 52.3% 16 - 42.9%
#83
Toyota Land Cruiser 18 - 78.6% 8 - 76.5%
#84
Acura ZDX 15 - 64.3% 7 - 56.3%
#85
Jeep Liberty 9 - 97.7% 2 - 99.2%
Source: Manufacturers & ANDC 
Red font indicates year-over-year declining sales
Italicized unranked lines are nothing more than available breakdowns, already included in the model's total, not in addition to the model's total. Sales data for brands such as Ferrari and Lamborghini are unfortunately not broken down by model. ANDC estimates say sales for those brands in the first quarter of 2013 were 60 and 42, respectively. Total Maserati and Bentley volume is reported, but not by specific models. 

* Hyundai Canada separates the Santa Fe Sport from the Santa Fe XL, of which the company sold its first 88 copies in March. Combined, Santa Fe sales equal 2341 (up 25.7%) in March and 5799 (up 20.6%) year-to-date.
^ Escalade here does not include the Escalade EXT, which is shown with pickup trucks.
** Mini's Canadian sales data doesn't separate the different Cooper versions, which now includes the Paceman. Only the Countryman is listed here. 

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