April 2013 Canada SUV And Crossover Sales Rankings - Top 86 Best-Selling SUVs In Canada - Every SUV Ranked

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155,819 SUVs and crossovers were sold in Canada in the first four months of 2013. Canada's five most popular SUV nameplates account for 32% of 2013's utility vehicle volume.

No new SUV nameplate began its Canadian life in April, but this list grew by one model as the sales data for the Mercedes-Benz GL-Class and G-Class has finally been separated. The GL is Canada's 45th-best-selling SUV; the G-Wagen ranks 82nd. 

The latter SUV has the highest base price of any SUV or crossover on sale in Canada. Maybe the Lamborghini Urus will change that in a few years; the Bentley EXP 9 F, too.


GCBC previously issued rankings for every new vehicle on sale in Canada. These SUV/CUV rankings include 35% of the nameplates on sale in Canada and 30% of the industry's output. Minivans are responsible for 5% of the market's volume. Pickup trucks bring in another 19% of Canadian sales.


These are year-to-date rankings, but you can sort vehicles by April volume by clicking the April 2013 column header, or you can rank SUVs by improvements or declines using the % columns. Or, most importantly, you can list automakers together by selecting the SUV column header. Just remember, the list is horizontally flipped from the norm: YTD on the left, monthly data on the right.

As always, you can find historical monthly and yearly sales figures for any of these vehicles by selecting a make and model at GCBC's Sales Stats page.

Click Column Headers To Sort - April 2014May 2013March 2013
Rank
SUV/Crossover
April 2013 YTD
% Change
April
2013
% Change
#1
Ford Escape 12,512 + 8.5% 4101 + 26.4%
#2
Toyota RAV4 10,025 + 38.6% 3347 + 36.1%
#3
Honda CR-V 9578 - 18.7% 3793 + 30.6%
#4
Dodge Journey 9119 + 1.2% 2571 + 0.9%
#5
Hyundai Santa Fe Sport * 8143 + 18.1% 2432 + 16.5%
#6
Jeep Wrangler 5771 - 0.9% 1858 - 14.0%
#7
Chevrolet Equinox 5478 - 20.0% 2027 - 1.8%
#8
Mazda CX-5 5097 + 53.3% 1655 + 9.2%
#9
Nissan Rogue 4842 - 16.2% 1413 + 9.6%
#10
Ford Edge 4612 - 2.2% 1655 + 3.4%
#11
Kia Sorento 4292 + 2.6% 1403 + 22.2%
#12
GMC Terrain 3592 - 3.3% 1072 + 2.4%
#13
Hyundai Tucson 3377 - 23.6% 1168 - 14.9%
#14
Jeep Grand Cherokee 3056 - 5.5% 1004 + 21.0%
#15
Ford Explorer 2995 + 7.7% 940 - 4.0%
#16
Subaru Forester 2885 + 34.1% 1194 + 67.5%
#17
Mitsubishi RVR 2787 + 30.1% 898 + 132%
#18
Jeep Compass 2628 + 33.1% 391 - 33.6%
#19
Audi Q5 2336 + 17.4% 755 + 36.3%
#20
Lexus RX 2275 + 15.1%799 + 35.2%
#20.1
Lexus RX350 2073 + 16.4% 747 + 36.3%
#20.2
Lexus RX450h 202 + 3.1% 52 + 20.9%
#21
BMW X3 2228 + 118% 576 + 84.6%
#22
Toyota Highlander 2164 + 20.9% 732 + 56.7%
#22.1
Toyota Highlander 1842 + 25.0% 641 + 69.1%
#22.2
Toyota Highlander Hybrid 322 + 1.9% 91 + 3.4%
#23
Chevrolet Trax 2139 ----- 908 -----
#24
Kia Sportage 2128 - 10.3% 797 + 1.5%
#25
Nissan Pathfinder 2120 + 176% 725 + 829%
#26
Jeep Patriot 2097 - 15.5% 346 - 38.2%
#27
Mercedes-Benz GLK 2040 + 24.0% 610 + 39.9%
#28
Acura MDX 1994 + 33.4% 789 + 51.1%
#29
Acura RDX 1925 + 105% 750 + 63.4%
#30
Volkswagen Tiguan 1778 - 3.9% 641 + 19.1%
#31
Honda Pilot 1575 + 15.15 586 + 62.8%
#32
Mitsubishi Outlander 1522 - 2.9% 410 + 36.7%
#33
Mercedes-Benz M-Class 1394 - 38.1% 356 - 33.7%
#34
Nissan Murano 1314 - 22.1% 416 + 43.4%
#35
GMC Acadia 1270 + 9.4% 435 + 35.5%
#36
Nissan Juke 1206 - 0.1% 421 + 28.0%
#37
Infiniti JX35 1059 + 1146% 273 + 221%
#38
Lincoln MKX 1042 - 0.1% 304 + 15.2%
#39
Buick Encore 894 ----- 675 -----
#40
BMW X1 887 - 48.6% 380 - 35.3%
#41
Cadillac SRX 885 - 0.1% 327 + 23.4%
#42
Buick Enclave 884 + 13.2% 313 + 57.3%
#43
Chevrolet Traverse 882 - 1.9% 311 + 31.2%
#44
BMW X5 874 - 25.6% 246 - 24.3%
#45
Mercedes-Benz GL-Class 872 + 57.4% 257 + 32.5%
#46
Toyota 4Runner 861 - 10.3% 273 + 6.6%
#47
Mazda CX-9 737 + 65.6% 220 + 114%
#48
Ford Flex 684 - 9.4% 230 - 6.9%
#49
Volkswagen Touareg 653 + 22.1% 210 + 82.6%
#50
Dodge Durango 633 - 38.7% 231 + 27.6%
#51
Infiniti EX 566 + 50.9% 105 + 4.0%
#52
Land Rover Range Rover Sport 550 + 12.2% 118 - 2.5%
#53
Porsche Cayenne 541 + 16.1% 173 - 5.5%
#54
Audi Q7 533 - 8.1% 160 - 19.2%
#55
Land Rover Range Rover Evoque 521 - 3.2% 93 - 31.6%
#56
Volvo XC60 499 - 19.1% 158 - 20.6%
#57
Mini Countryman 477 + 25.2% 111 - 12.6%
#58
Ford Expedition 469 + 20.6% 126 + 18.9%
#59
Nissan Xterra 435 + 25.4% 201 + 151%
#60
Suzuki Grand Vitara 388 - 33.3% 94 - 21.7%
#61
GMC Yukon 374 - 6.0% 89 + 34.8%
#62
Chevrolet Tahoe 338 - 31.3% 91 - 13.3%
#63
Chevrolet Suburban 327 - 4.9% 113 + 13.0%
#64
Hyundai Veracruz 309 - 53.9% 52 - 75.4%
#65
Hyundai Santa Fe XL * 292 ----- 204 -----
#66
Land Rover Range Rover 264 + 95.6% 58 + 100%
#67
GMC Yukon XL 247 - 21.1% 51 - 50.0%
#68
BMW X6 245 + 0.4% 72 + 50.0%
#69
Infiniti FX 237 - 12.5% 45 - 40.0%
#70
Toyota Sequoia 225 - 22.7% 71 + 12.7%
#71
Toyota FJ Cruiser 203 - 19.4% 58 + 11.5%
#72
Land Rover LR2 196 + 48.5% 27 - 44.9%
#73
Cadillac Escalade 194- 30.5% 66 - 8.3%
#73.1
Cadillac Escalade 147 - 33.2% 51 - 8.9%
#73.2
Cadillac Escalade ESV 47 - 20.3% 15 - 6.3%
#74
Nissan Armada 171 - 24.7% 61 + 22.0%
#75
Volvo XC90 147 - 32.6% 55 + 12.2%
#76
Infiniti QX56 143 + 19.2% 29 + 31.8%
#77
Lincoln MKT 142 + 10.9% 31 + 19.2%
#78
Land Rover LR4 141 - 23.8% 37 - 17.8%
#79
Lincoln Navigator 122 0.0% 20 - 41.2%
#80
Lexus GX460 93 - 16.2% 20 - 31.0%
#81
Lexus LX570 91 + 7.1% 29 + 3.6%
#82
Mercedes-Benz G-Class 67 + 123% 16+ 167%
#83
Subaru Tribeca 64 - 44.8% 22 - 21.4%
#84
Toyota Land Cruiser 34 - 68.2% 16 - 30.4%
#85
Acura ZDX 23 - 58.2% 8 - 38.5%
#86
Jeep Liberty 10 - 98.2% 1 - 99.4%
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Total
155,819+ 4.7%50,905 + 19.3%
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 Aston Martin, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Lotus, Maybach, Rolls-Royce, Tesla etc. are unfortunately not available or are not broken down by model. ANDC estimates say sales for Ferrari and Lamborghini were 18/70 (April/YTD) and 4/14 (April/YTD) respectively. Total Maserati and Bentley volume is reported, but not by specific models.

* Hyundai Canada kindly separates sales of the Santa Fe Sport from the Santa Fe XL. Combined, Santa Fe sales equal 2636 in April (up 26.2%) and 8435 year-to-date, up 22.3%.

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