April 2014 Canada SUV And Crossover Sales Rankings - Top 84 Best-Selling SUVs In Canada - Every SUV Ranked

2014 Hyundai Santa Fe XL green
Canadians continue to buy and lease the Ford Escape more often than any other SUV or crossover. Significantly more often, in fact. Canadian Escape sales reached record highs in 2013 and are growing at a healthy clip in 2014. Sales of the Escape's two top-selling rivals declined in an April market that saw utility vehicle volume increase at a furious rate. 

At Toyota, the slowing of RAV4 sales relates more to the fact that Toyota was selling brand-new-to-market fourth-gen RAV4s faster than ever at this time last year as it does to the fact that RAV4 sales are slow this year. It's Canada's third-ranked utility vehicle through four months and trails the CR-V by only 599 units. As for the Honda, sales are up 9% in 2014, and April sales slowed only slightly, a loss of just 152 units.


• Canada Auto Sales Brand Rankings - April 2014 YTD
• Canada Vehicle Sales Rankings By Model - April 2014 YTD
Canada Car Sales Rankings By Model - April 2014 YTD


Overall Canadian utility vehicle volume grew 12% in April 2014. Sales are up 14% through the first one-third of 2014. Nearly three out of every ten SUVs and crossovers sold in Canada this year have been Escapes, CR-Vs, RAV4s, Hyundai Santa Fe Sports, or Nissan Rogues. Rogue volume is up 81% this year. 
2014 Cadillac SRX
If combined, the Santa Fe Sport and its Santa Fe XL brother would be the number two SUV/CUV nameplate in Canada. They rank 15th in the United States, another market where the Escape and CR-V battle it out at the top of the heap.

The leader among premium brand utility vehicles continues to be the Audi Q5, although sales of the Q5 - Canada's 21st-ranked SUV/CUV overall - decreased in April 2014. The Q5's nearest luxury rival, the Lexus RX, declined last month, as well. 

Compared with the first four months of 2013, the most improved seller in the category is the Hyundai Santa Fe XL, but the XL only went on sale at the beginning of March last year. The BMW X5 and Lexus GX460, with respective year-over-year gains of 161% and 109% - lead the way, Santa Fe XL aside.


• Canada SUV/Crossover Sales Rankings By Model - April 2015 YTD
Canada SUV/Crossover Sales Rankings By Model - May 2014 YTD
• Canada SUV/Crossover Sales Rankings By Model - March 2014 YTD
• Canada SUV/Crossver Sales Rankings By Model - April 2013 YTD
• Top 20 Best-Selling Cars In Canada - April 2014
• Top 20 Best-Selling SUVs In Canada - April 2014
• Canada Truck Sales Rankings By Model - April 2014 YTD
• Canada Minivan Sales Rankings By Model - April 2014 YTD
• Canada Commercial Van Sales Rankings By Model - April 2014 YTD


33% of the new vehicles sold in Canada over the last four months are represented on the massive list below. That's up from 29.5% during the same period one year ago.

Reminder: these are 2014 year-to-date rankings, but you can sort utility vehicles by April volume by clicking the April 2014 column header, or you can rank SUVs and crossovers by improvements or declines using the % columns. Or, most importantly, you can list automakers together by selecting the SUV/Crossover column header. At any time, click the Rank column to return to the original format. If you're on a mobile device, you may need to choose the full version of the site (at the bottom of the page) in order to use the sortable function. Hybrid sales data for every Toyota or Lexus variant can be found here

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 2015 • May 2014 • March 2014April 2013

Rank
SUV/Crossover
April
2014
YTD
April
2013
YTD
%
Change
April
2014
April
2013
% Change
#1
Ford Escape
13,958
12,512
11.6%
4,821
4,101
17.6%
#2
Honda CR-V
10,405
9,578
8.6%
3,641
3,793
-4.0%
#3
Toyota RAV4
9,806
10,025
-2.2%
3,119
3,347
-6.8%
#4
Hyundai Santa Fe Sport ³
9,132
8,143
12.1%
2,938
2,432
20.8%
#5
Nissan Rogue
8,745
4,842
80.6%
2,653
1,413
87.8%
#6
Dodge Journey
8,123
9,119
-10.9%
2,611
2,571
1.6%
#7
Chevrolet Equinox
7,199
5,478
31.4%
2,507
2,027
23.7%
#8
Jeep Wrangler
6,342
5,771
9.9%
2,305
1,858
24.1%
#9
Jeep Cherokee
5,785
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1,701
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#10
Mazda CX-5
5,761
5,097
13.0%
1,949
1,655
17.8%
#11
Ford Edge
4,402
4,612
-4.6%
1,140
1,655
-31.1%
#12
Hyundai Tucson
4,256
3,377
26.0%
1,606
1,168
37.5%
#13
Subaru Forester
3,958
2,885
37.2%
1,227
1,194
2.8%
#14
Kia Sorento
3,845
4,292
-10.4%
1,162
1,403
-17.2%
#15
Ford Explorer
3,356
2,995
12.1%
1,093
940
16.3%
#16
Jeep Grand Cherokee
3,260
3,056
6.7%
950
1,004
-5.4%
#17
GMC Terrain
3,154
3,592
-12.2%
1,180
1,072
10.1%
#18
Toyota Highlander
3,145
2,164
45.3%
1,061
732
44.9%
#19
Nissan Pathfinder
3,139
2,120
48.1%
935
725
29.0%
#20
Volkswagen Tiguan
3,076
1,778
73.0%
940
641
46.6%
#21
Audi Q5
2,349
2,336
0.6%
685
755
-9.3%
#22
Lexus RX
2,324
2,275
2.2%
711
799
-11.0%
#23
Chevrolet Trax
2,303
2,139
7.7%
855
908
-5.8%
#24
BMW X5
2,278
874
161%
681
246
177%
#25
Acura RDX
2,206
1,925
14.6%
901
750
20.1%
#26
Jeep Compass
1,878
2,628
-28.5%
643
391
64.5%
#27
Mitsubishi RVR
1,837
2,787
-34.1%
613
898
-31.7%
#28
Kia Sportage
1,833
2,128
-13.9%
541
797
-32.1%
#29
Honda Pilot
1,801
1,575
14.3%
549
586
-6.3%
#30
Mercedes-Benz M-Class
1,794
1,394
28.7%
487
356
36.8%
#31
Acura MDX
1,776
1,994
-10.9%
547
789
-30.7%
#32
Buick Encore
1,745
894
95.2%
481
675
-28.7%
#33
Mitsubishi Outlander
1,725
1,522
13.3%
391
410
-4.6%
#34
Hyundai Santa Fe XL ³
1,681
292
476%
656
204
222%
#35
Jeep Patriot
1,680
2,097
-19.9%
546
346
57.8%
#36
GMC Acadia
1,669
1,270
31.4%
603
435
38.6%
#37
Mercedes-Benz GLK-Class
1,649
2,040
-19.2%
406
610
-33.4%
#38
BMW X3
1,415
2,228
-36.5%
474
576
-17.7%
#39
Cadillac SRX
1,342
885
51.6%
499
327
52.6%
#40
Nissan Juke
1,288
1,206
6.8%
477
421
13.3%
#41
Toyota 4Runner
1,278
861
48.4%
343
273
25.6%
#42
Infiniti QX60/JX
1,227
1,059
15.9%
278
273
1.8%
#43
Dodge Durango
1,193
633
88.5%
378
231
63.6%
#44
Chevrolet Traverse
1,146
882
29.9%
460
311
47.9%
#45
BMW X1
1,144
887
29.0%
89
380
-76.6%
#46
Nissan Murano
1,068
1,314
-18.7%
363
416
-12.7%
#47
Buick Enclave
1,009
884
14.1%
414
313
32.3%
#48
Land Rover Range Rover Sport
967
550
75.8%
214
118
81.4%
#49
Lincoln MKX
850
1,042
-18.4%
229
304
-24.7%
#50
Mercedes-Benz GL-Class
801
872
-8.1%
303
257
17.9%
#51
Infiniti QX50/EX
677
566
19.6%
200
105
90.5%
#52
Porsche Cayenne
675
541
24.8%
222
173
28.3%
#53
Audi Q7
653
533
22.5%
225
160
40.6%
#54
Volkswagen Touareg
641
653
-1.8%
212
210
1.0%
#55
Mini Countryman
560
477
17.4%
148
111
33.3%
#56
Ford Expedition
548
469
16.8%
99
126
-21.4%
#56
Land Rover Range Rover Evoque
538
521
3.3%
112
93
20.4%
#58
Ford Flex
506
684
-26.0%
196
230
-14.8%
#59
Mazda CX-9
479
737
-35.0%
104
220
-52.7%
#60
Volvo XC60
456
499
-8.6%
124
158
-21.5%
#61
Nissan Xterra
447
435
2.8%
129
201
-35.8%
#62
Land Rover Range Rover
326
264
23.5%
45
58
-22.4%
#63
Toyota Sequoia
307
225
36.4%
60
71
-15.5%
#64
Toyota FJ Cruiser
279
203
37.4%
76
58
31.0%
#65
GMC Yukon
263
374
-29.7%
99
89
11.2%
#66
Chevrolet Tahoe
255
338
-24.6%
94
91
3.3%
#67
Lexus GX460
194
93
109%
46
20
130%
#68
Land Rover LR2
191
196
-2.6%
30
27
11.1%
#69
GMC Yukon XL
172
247
-30.4%
94
51
84.3%
#70
Infiniti QX80/QX56
153
143
7.0%
29
29
0.0%
#71
BMW X6
149
245
-39.2%
15
72
-79.2%
#72
Infiniti QX70/FX
148
237
-37.6%
34
45
-24.4%
#73
Land Rover LR4
147
141
4.3%
21
37
-43.2%
#74
Nissan Armada
136
171
-20.5%
32
61
-47.5%
#75
Chevrolet Suburban
124
327
-62.1%
76
113
-32.7%
#76
Cadillac Escalade
117
194
-39.7%
33
66
-50.0%
#76.1
Cadillac Escalade *
87
147
-40.8%
25
51
-51.0%
#76.2
Cadillac Escalade ESV *
30
47
-36.2%
8
15
-46.7%
#77
Lexus LX570
107
91
17.6%
30
29
3.4%
#78
Volvo XC90
99
147
-32.7%
19
55
-65.5%
#79
Lincoln MKT
94
142
-33.8%
15
31
-51.6%
#80
Lincoln Navigator
76
122
-37.7%
22
20
10.0%
#81
Subaru Tribeca
73
64
14.1%
15
22
-31.8%
#82
Mercedes-Benz G-Class
71
67
6.0%
25
16
56.3%
#83
Toyota Land Cruiser º
64
34
88.2%
7
16
-56.3%
#84
Acura ZDX
5
23
-78.3%
-
8
-100%
#247
Hyundai Veracruz
---
309
-100%
---
52
-100%
#247
Suzuki Grand Vitara
---
388
-100%
---
94
-100%
#255
Jeep Liberty
---
10
-100%
---
1
-100%
---
Total
177,833155,81914.1% 57,044 50,905 12.1%
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Source: Automakers & 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.
³ Total Santa Fe sales: up 36.3% to 3594 in April, up 28.2% to 10,813 YTD.
º Land Cruiser is a commercial vehicle in Canada. 

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