Top 20 Best-Selling SUVs In Canada - March 2015

2016 Lexus RX350 F Sport
The Honda CR-V stole away the Ford Escape's crown as Canada's best-selling SUV/CUV in March 2015, although the CR-V ranks third year-to-date; the Escape first.


Canada Vehicle Sales Rankings By Model - March 2015 YTD
Canada SUV/Crossover Sales Rankings By Model - March 2015 YTD


There were four Jeeps in the top 20 in March 2015, from the sixth-ranked Cherokee to the 20th-ranked Patriot. Jeep's partner brand, Dodge, also landed the Journey inside the top 10. Hyundai and Kia combined for a trio of top sellers. No other manufacturer combined for more than two placements.

The top-selling premium brand SUV or crossover in Canada in March was the 23rd-ranked Mercedes-Benz M-Class. The 24th-ranked, Canadian-built Lexus RX was shown in all-new, fourth-gen form at the New York auto show today. It definitely looks like a Lexus.

Historical monthly and yearly sales figures for any of these best-selling SUVs and crossovers can always be accessed through the dropdown menu at GCBC's Sales Stats page, and for those not viewing the mobile version of this site, near the top right of this page, as well. GoodCarBadCar has already published the list of Canada's best-selling trucks in March and will shortly publish a list of Canada's most popular cars.

March 2016 • April 2015 • February 2015March 2014
Rank
Best-Selling SUV/Crossover
March
2015
March
2014
% Change
2015
YTD
2014
YTD
%
Change
#1
Honda CR-V
3599311415.6%7748 6764 14.5%
#2
Ford Escape
3529 3790 -6.9% 8358 9137 -8.5%
#3
Toyota RAV4
3422 2561 33.6% 8212 6687 22.8%
#4
Nissan Rogue
2902 2483 16.9% 6667 6092 9.4%
#5
Hyundai Santa Fe Sport *
2511 3369 -25.5% 5454 6194 -11.9%
#6
Jeep Cherokee
2173 1416 53.5% 5050 4084 23.7%
#7
Mazda CX-5
2065 1669 23.7% 4394 3812 15.3%
#8
Dodge Journey
1942 2060 -5.7% 4724 5512 -14.3%
#9
Kia Sorento
1884 1043 80.6% 3901 2683 45.4%
#10
Jeep Wrangler
1707 1911 -10.7% 4131 4037 2.3%
#11
Chevrolet Equinox
1658 2310 -28.2% 3537 4692 -24.6%
#12
Hyundai Tucson
1548 1032 50.0% 3465 2650 30.8%
#13
Volkswagen Tiguan
1015 741 37.0% 2430 2136 13.8%
#14
Ford Explorer
970 1085 -10.6% 2031 2263 -10.3%
#15
Subaru Forester
969 1136 -14.7% 2331 2731 -14.6%
#16
Nissan Pathfinder
917 1044 -12.2% 2206 2204 0.1%
#17
Jeep Grand Cherokee
911 816 11.6% 2287 2310 -1.0%
#18
GMC Terrain
849 764 11.1% 1867 1974 -5.4%
#19
Toyota Highlander
847 1546 -45.2% 2041 2991 -31.8%
#20
Jeep Patriot
769 436 76.4% 1955 1134 72.4%
Source: Automakers & Global Automakers Of Canada 
* Total Santa Fe Sport/Santa Fe XL: 3188 March sales, down 16%, and down 6% to 6794 in Q1.
Prefer to think of the Subaru Outback as an SUV/crossover, not a car? Its 946 March sales would place the Outback in 16th on this list.


RECOMMENDED READING
Top 20 Best-Selling SUVs In Canada - March 2016
Top 20 Best-Selling SUVs In Canada - April 2015
Top 20 Best-Selling SUVs In Canada - February 2015
Top 20 Best-Selling SUVs In Canada - March 2014
Canada Auto Sales Brand Rankings - March 2015 YTD
Top 20 Best-Selling Cars In America - March 2015
Top 30 Best-Selling Vehicles In Canada - March 2015
Top 13 Best-Selling Trucks In America - March 2015 YTD

3 comments:

  1. You're confusing two very different things. Track Apps and Selectable Drive Modes aren't at all one and the same. Moreover, the launch control available through Track Apps isn't available on automatic transmission cars. Electronic Line Lock is for GT models only, not V6 cars. Selectable Drive Modes aren't altered through a steering wheel-mounted five-way button, but a toggle switch on the console which adjusts steering effort, engine response, and transmission and electronic stability control settings. But Selectable Drive Modes aren't available on the V6 model.

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  2. Thank you for NOT reading all that I added! I can tell because you bothered to tell me that Line-Lock and Launch Control are only available on the GT, which I said just above, thanks to copying it directly from Ford.

    My bad for adding just Track Apps info. All I did was 100% cut and paste the information, so it was obvious I didn't change anything. and I didn't want to cut and past more.

    If you go... here: http://www.ford.com/cars/mustang/features/#page=Feature8

    That's (obviously) the "features" section and it doesn't differentiate specific model availability. It simply says that this is part of the car.

    That's where I saw it listed. The only way I'd know if it's on a V6 model is to test drive one and that's not gonna happen. Having thought about it for a bit... I can see why you like the V6. I no longer live in the snow and ice and therefore, my Mustang choice only comes w/ a V8. The Ecoboost is cool(I've had one), but not economical enough and the V6 model can be made to perform, but since there is a V8, the others don't come to mind. That said, I just passed on them all and bought a new 4X4. I still own 2 old Mustangs anyway.

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  3. DeltaFoxtrot4/06/2015 10:31 pm

    My one complaint is how big Mustang has gotten. Saw a new one the other day parked beside a SN95... it's HUGE. Ford definitely has room in their lineup for a smaller RWD coupe.

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