October 2016 YTD Canada SUV And Crossover Sales Rankings – Top 101 Best-Selling SUVs In Canada – Every SUV Ranked


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Canadians are progressively registering fewer and fewer vehicles, with auto sales having fallen in each of the last four months after surging to a record pace through the first-half of 2016. 
But Canadian sales of SUVs and crossovers continues to grow, irrespective of the increasing distaste for passenger cars. In October, Canadian SUV/crossover volume rose 2% as the overall industry slid 5%. 

The Honda CR-V, which led all utility vehicles with 4404 sales in October 2016, jumped 21%. That makes October 2016 the seventh consecutive October improvement for Honda Canada’s most popular utility.

But the CR-V remains 4128 sales behind the leading Toyota RAV4, which is expected to take over from the Ford Escape as Canada’s best-selling SUV/crossover for the first time in 2016. 

We know the Ford F-Series will end 2016 as Canada’s best-selling pickup and best-selling vehicle line overall. We know the Dodge Grand Caravan will end 2016 as Canada’s best-selling minivan. We know the Honda Civic has secured a 19th consecutive victory as Canada’s best-selling car. The RAV4’s victory is the only one in doubt, but it became less likely with October’s results. The RAV4 outsold the Ford Escape by 230 units last month and now leads by 3383 units with two months remaining. 

In October and November of last year, the Escape outsold the RAV4 by only 632 units.

Speaking of Ford, the automaker revealed last night the company’s first North American-bound subcompact crossover, the unfortunately awkward EcoSport, pictured above. It’ll go on sale in 2018.

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Reminder: these are 2016 year-to-date rankings, but you can sort vehicles by October 2016 volume by clicking the October 2016 column header, or you can rank vehicles 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.

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. Mobile users can now thumb across the table for full-width access.

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Rank
SUV/Crossover
Oct.
2016 YTD
Oct.
2015 YTD
%
Change
Oct.
2016
Oct.
2015
% Change
#1 Toyota RAV4 42,463 35,575 19.4% 4,187 4,355 -3.9%
#2 Ford Escape 39,080 40,423 -3.3% 3,957 3,913 1.1%
#3 Honda CR-V 38,335 32,928 16.4% 4,404 3,630 21.3%
#4 Nissan Rogue 33,209 30,699 8.2% 3,479 3,204 8.6%
#5 Jeep Cherokee 27,434 26,125 5.0% 2,762 2,964 -6.8%
#6 Mazda CX-5 21,132 18,873 12.0% 2,410 2,031 18.7%
#7 Hyundai Tucson 21,027 14,010 50.1% 1,635 1,663 -1.7%
#8 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport ³ 20,816 22,568 -7.8% 1,864 2,475 -24.7%
#9 Ford Edge 18,058 15,307 18.0% 1,488 973 52.9%
#10 Jeep Wrangler 16,417 18,360 -10.6% 1,224 1,495 -18.1%
#11 Chevrolet Equinox 15,405 16,574 -7.1% 1,657 1,782 -7.0%
#12 Dodge Journey 13,973 21,186 -34.0% 1,356 2,030 -33.2%
#13 Kia Sorento 13,514 12,298 9.9% 1,305 1,290 1.2%
#14 Jeep Grand Cherokee 12,753 9,614 32.7% 1,068 953 12.1%
#15 Ford Explorer 12,598 12,781 -1.4% 1,482 1,347 10.0%
#16 Nissan Murano 12,017 8,280 45.1% 962 1,143 -15.8%
#17 Subaru Forester 11,234 10,542 6.6% 1,352 1,228 10.1%
#18 Toyota Highlander 10,788 8,646 24.8% 1,081 946 14.3%
#19 Honda HR-V 9,581 7,173 33.6% 1,063 1,746 -39.1%
#20 Volkswagen Tiguan 9,576 9,622 -0.5% 1,007 1,008 -0.1%
#21 Kia Sportage 9,522 5,535 72.0% 1,018 623 63.4%
#22 Subaru Outback 9,241 8,357 10.6% 990 958 3.3%
#23 GMC Terrain 9,004 9,188 -2.0% 899 1,064 -15.5%
#24 Subaru Crosstrek 8,234 7,108 15.8% 1,070 812 31.8%
#25 Nissan Pathfinder 8,153 8,359 -2.5% 873 871 0.2%
#26 Mazda CX-3 8,042 5,373 49.7% 779 1,020 -23.6%
#27 Chevrolet Trax 7,647 6,749 13.3% 868 904 -4.0%
#28 Jeep Patriot 7,545 8,373 -9.9% 787 426 84.7%
#29 Hyundai Santa Fe XL ³ 7,156 5,499 30.1% 427 560 -23.8%
#30 Audi Q5 6,904 6,782 1.8% 815 852 -4.3%
#31 Lexus RX 6,798 5,681 19.7% 853 654 30.4%
#32 Acura RDX 6,711 6,300 6.5% 829 624 32.9%
#33 Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class & M-Class ¤ 6,403 5,095 25.7% 481 477 0.8%
#34 Honda Pilot 6,304 6,581 -4.2% 509 797 -36.1%
#35 Toyota 4Runner 5,663 4,747 19.3% 635 576 10.2%
#36 BMW X5 5,656 4,547 24.4% 551 328 68.0%
#37 Mitsubishi Outlander 5,284 5,104 3.5% 540 625 -13.6%
#38 Mitsubishi RVR 5,278 4,976 6.1% 586 578 1.4%
#39 Dodge Durango 5,272 3,118 69.1% 230 172 33.7%
#40 Lexus NX 5,220 5,224 -0.1% 736 840 -12.4%
#41 Toyota Venza 5,082 5,394 -5.8% 558 452 23.5%
#42 Buick Encore 4,619 4,117 12.2% 626 475 31.8%
#43 Acura MDX 4,585 4,697 -2.4% 596 513 16.2%
#44 BMW X3 4,421 3,775 17.1% 316 426 -25.8%
#45 BMW X1 4,118 2,417 70.4% 428 121 254%
#46 Nissan Juke 3,903 3,895 0.2% 363 383 -5.2%
#47 Audi Q7 3,779 1,590 138% 386 125 209%
#48 Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class 3,766 3,069 22.7% 321 495 -35.2%
#49 Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class & GLK-Class ¤ 3,704 4,461 -17.0% 581 351 65.5%
#50 Jeep Compass 3,615 2,993 20.8% 140 359 -61.0%
#51 Chevrolet Traverse 3,575 3,436 4.0% 222 309 -28.2%
#52 Infiniti QX60 3,496 3,208 9.0% 441 424 4.0%
#53 Jeep Renegade 3,469 1,617 115% 310 312 -0.6%
#54 Audi Q3 3,351 2,886 16.1% 304 325 -6.5%
#55 GMC Acadia 3,307 5,236 -36.8% 276 430 -35.8%
#56 Lincoln MKX 3,057 2,195 39.3% 266 374 -28.9%
#57 Ford Expedition 3,029 1,867 62.2% 713 191 273%
#58 Buick Enclave 2,722 2,827 -3.7% 230 260 -11.5%
#59 Land Rover Range Rover Sport 2,440 2,100 16.2% 220 269 -18.2%
#60 Volvo XC90 2,432 702 246% 238 180 32.2%
#61 Ford Flex 2,353 1,659 41.8% 102 60 70.0%
#62 Porsche Macan 2,323 1,845 25.9% 323 206 56.8%
#63 Cadillac SRX 2,308 4,280 -46.1% 15 426 -96.5%
#64 Chevrolet Tahoe 2,277 1,957 16.4% 196 191 2.6%
#65 Lincoln MKC 2,242 2,493 -10.1% 171 248 -31.0%
#66 GMC Yukon 2,111 1,413 49.4% 257 193 33.2%
#67 Cadillac Escalade 2,079 1,738 19.6% 180 196 -8.2%
#67.1 Cadillac Escalade * 1,291 1,337 -3.4% 130 155 -16.1%
#67.2 Cadillac Escalade ESV * 788 401 96.5% 50 41 22.0%
#68 Infiniti QX50 2,063 1,865 10.6% 171 341 -49.9%
#69 Land Rover Discovery Sport 2,035 562 262% 183 163 12.3%
#70 Mazda CX-9 2,014 997 102% 147 49 200%
#71 Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class & GL-Class ¤ 1,989 1,889 5.3% 185 241 -23.2%
#72 Porsche Cayenne 1,910 2,036 -6.2% 181 173 4.6%
#73 Cadillac XT5 1,891 435
#74 GMC Yukon XL 1,827 1,278 43.0% 263 219 20.1%
#75 Chevrolet Suburban 1,517 1,074 41.2% 147 148 -0.7%
#76 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque 1,381 1,828 -24.5% 121 128 -5.5%
#77 Volvo XC60 1,324 1,432 -7.5% 101 117 -13.7%
#78 Volkswagen Touareg 1,163 1,880 -38.1% 123 289 -57.4%
#79 BMW X4 1,073 960 11.8% 98 106 -7.5%
#80 BMW X6 959 1,098 -12.7% 104 112 -7.1%
#81 Land Rover Range Rover 941 907 3.7% 104 120 -13.3%
#82 Jaguar F-Pace 914 203
#83 Infiniti QX80 889 565 57.3% 84 77 9.1%
#84 Land Rover LR4 737 591 24.7% 41 61 -32.8%
#85 Fiat 500X 678 505 34.3% 42 64 -34.4%
#86 Buick Envision 656 122
#87 Mini Countryman 645 1,200 -46.3% 56 200 -72.0%
#88 Lexus LX570 606 210 189% 83 4 1,975%
#89 Toyota Sequoia 602 529 13.8% 50 63 -20.6%
#90 Nissan Armada 522 547 -4.6% 91 51 78.4%
#91 Lincoln Navigator 456 451 1.1% 46 48 -4.2%
#92 Lexus GX460 445 554 -19.7% 53 57 -7.0%
#93 Infiniti QX70 422 446 -5.4% 54 42 28.6%
#94 Mercedes-Benz G-Class 369 205 80.0% 55 17 224%
#95 Infiniti QX30 248 123
#96 Nissan Xterra 227 1,489 -84.8% 157 -100%
#97 Toyota Land Cruiser º 107 151 -29.1% 8 9 -11.1%
#98 Lincoln MKT 97 200 -51.5% 10 16 -37.5%
#99 Maserati Levante 64 33
#100 Bentley Bentayga 48 20
#101 Acura ZDX 1 1 0.0%
#284 Land Rover LR2 80 -100%
#288 Toyota FJ Cruiser 8 -100%
#289 Subaru Tribeca 5 -100%
Total
658,430 597,690 10.2% 66,535 65,303 1.9%
Source: Automakers & Global Automakers Of CanadaANDC
* Italicized unranked lines are nothing more than available breakdowns, already included in the model’s total, not in addition to the model’s total.