2016 Year End Canada SUV And Crossover Sales Rankings - Top 101 Best-Selling SUVs In Canada - Every SUV Ranked

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SUVs and crossovers accounted for precisely 40% of all new vehicles sold in Canada in 2016. As the Canadian auto industry reported record new vehicle sales for a fourth consecutive year, much of the credit belongs to this category. 

Led by the Toyota RAV4, SUVs/crossovers added 71,000 sales in 2016, year-over-year, for an industry that grew by 50,000 sales. The RAV4 alone was up by 6857 units, a 16% gain that far outpaced the segment's 10% growth rate.




2016 was the RAV4's first ever annual sales victory in the SUV/crossover sector in Canada. Helped along by the second-ranked Ford Escape's 2% drop, the RAV4 outsold the usual Ford leader by roughly 204 units per month. 

Together, the RAV4, Escape, Honda CR-V, Nissan Rogue, and Jeep Cherokee – the five top utility vehicle nameplates in 2016 – earned more than one-quarter of all SUV/crossover sales. They lead a group of the 20 most popular utility vehicles in which only six sold less often in 2016 than in 2015.

The Ford Explorer, despite a 2% decline matching the Escape's downturn, was Canada's best-selling three-row utility vehicle, 2311 sales ahead of the Toyota Highlander. Leading all premium brand utility vehicles was the 29th-ranked Audi Q5, sales of which increased in a seventh consecutive year as Audi launches the second-generation Q5 in 2017. 


Canada SUV/Crossover Sales By Model - January 2017


Two of Canada's three top-selling utility vehicles, the RAV4 and CR-V, are assembled in Canada. Canadian-made utility vehicles also rank ninth, tenth, 23rd, 30th, 68th, 99th, and 101st.

Reminder: these are 2016 year end rankings, but you can sort vehicles by December 2016 volume by clicking the December 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.

Click Column Headers To Sort • January 2017 • November 2016December 2015
Rank
SUV/Crossover
2016
2015
%
Change
Dec.
2016
Dec.
2015
% Change
#1Toyota RAV449,10342,24616.2%3,0002,9491.7%
#2Ford Escape46,66147,726-2.2%2,9713,159-6.0%
#3Honda CR-V44,78938,96115.0%2,9982,47821.0%
#4Nissan Rogue40,05535,84111.8%3,1712,62021.0%
#5Jeep Cherokee32,46531,8332.0%2,1152,886-26.7%
#6Mazda CX-525,12322,28112.8%1,7831,7144.0%
#7Hyundai Santa Fe Sport24,28226,685-9.0%1,3151,864-29.5%
#8Hyundai Tucson23,78916,36245.4%1,00681323.7%
#9Ford Edge20,51716,58023.7%1,082519109%
#10Chevrolet Equinox19,19719,766-2.9%1,6591,5586.5%
#11Jeep Wrangler18,27720,880-12.5%7701,215-36.6%
#12Dodge Journey16,74125,646-34.7%1,3032,257-42.3%
#13Kia Sorento15,46614,3727.6%824876-5.9%
#14Ford Explorer15,27515,615-2.2%1,0131,253-19.2%
#15Jeep Grand Cherokee14,91211,60528.5%860953-9.8%
#16Nissan Murano13,83410,12836.6%822876-6.2%
#17Subaru Forester13,79812,7068.6%1,2021,06712.7%
#18Toyota Highlander12,96410,41224.5%1,10576943.7%
#19Honda HR-V12,3718,95938.1%1,24077959.2%
#20Kia Sportage11,4106,50975.3%76841485.5%
#21Subaru Outback11,2559,99212.6%86974616.5%
#22Volkswagen Tiguan11,22911,459-2.0%625965-35.2%
#23GMC Terrain11,09510,8442.3%87178610.8%
#24Subaru Crosstrek9,7238,42215.4%67359912.4%
#25Nissan Pathfinder9,6709,898-2.3%713826-13.7%
#26Mazda CX-39,3546,86136.3%612687-10.9%
#27Chevrolet Trax9,0728,15611.2%489590-17.1%
#28Jeep Patriot9,0229,372-3.7%1,04253096.6%
#29Audi Q58,3138,2031.3%6366330.5%
#30Lexus RX8,1477,06315.3%697711-2.0%
#31Acura RDX8,0477,3809.0%60146728.7%
#32Hyundai Santa Fe XL7,9816,56121.6%377457-17.5%
#33Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class & M-Class ¤7,2816,00821.2%434457-5.0%
#34Honda Pilot7,2798,230-11.6%606742-18.3%
#35BMW X56,9425,38129.0%63642250.7%
#36Toyota 4Runner6,6775,73616.4%458484-5.4%
#37Mitsubishi Outlander6,3246,1083.5%56342532.5%
#38Lexus NX6,2956,1272.7%50138330.8%
#39Mitsubishi RVR6,1965,7867.1%45136423.9%
#40Dodge Durango6,1753,65968.8%35220571.7%
#41Toyota Venza5,9716,129-2.6%3643581.7%
#42Buick Encore5,5334,91512.6%274285-3.9%
#43Acura MDX5,4255,814-6.7%405552-26.6%
#44BMW X35,4174,52719.7%47532048.4%
#45BMW X15,2052,94276.9%567255122%
#46Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class & GLK-Class ¤4,7745,304-10.0%487587-17.0%
#47Chevrolet Traverse4,4863,99812.2%24822510.2%
#48Nissan Juke4,4424,473-0.7%214271-21.0%
#49Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class4,4003,71918.3%28124813.3%
#50Audi Q74,3351,658162%21621929%
#51Jeep Compass4,3183,72915.8%48233942.2%
#52Infiniti QX604,2383,8639.7%36031215.4%
#53Jeep Renegade3,9642,26175.3%258310-16.8%
#54GMC Acadia3,9396,452-38.9%354566-37.5%
#55Audi Q33,8603,5967.3%243331-26.6%
#56Ford Expedition3,7292,28263.4%45326173.6%
#57Buick Enclave3,6323,3618.1%126188-33.0%
#58Lincoln MKX3,5512,90022.4%247437-43.5%
#59Land Rover Range Rover Sport3,1512,68017.6%41429440.8%
#60Chevrolet Tahoe3,0622,36429.5%138248-44.4%
#61Volvo XC902,951957208%23994154%
#62GMC Yukon2,8421,71166.1%114141-19.1%
#63Cadillac Escalade2,8352,08536.0%505144251%
#63.1Cadillac Escalade *1,7831,61210.6%315114176%
#63.2Cadillac Escalade ESV *1,052473122%19030533%
#64Porsche Macan2,8002,12132.0%21314645.9%
#65Cadillac XT52,789------421------
#66Lincoln MKC2,6182,970-11.9%155247-37.2%
#67GMC Yukon XL2,6041,57964.9%1861831.6%
#68Ford Flex2,5871,78944.6%1378855.7%
#69Mazda CX-92,4441,139115%20171183%
#70Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class & GL-Class2,3892,473-3.4%166287-42.2%
#71Land Rover Discovery Sport2,354991138%172295-41.7%
#72Infiniti QX502,3262,2831.9%126188-33.0%
#73Porsche Cayenne2,3252,389-2.7%21117520.6%
#74Cadillac SRX2,3154,886-52.6%3256-98.8%
#75Chevrolet Suburban2,1731,35460.5%20013548.1%
#76Land Rover Range Rover Evoque1,7042,162-21.2%1361313.8%
#77Volvo XC601,5261,646-7.3%96111-13.5%
#78Volkswagen Touareg1,3902,028-31.5%846431.3%
#79Jaguar F-Pace1,289------180------
#80BMW X41,2361,1448.0%6679-16.5%
#81BMW X61,1781,274-7.5%1087838.5%
#82Land Rover Range Rover1,1671,1016.0%107123-13.0%
#83Infiniti QX801,06372746.2%827115.5%
#84Buick Envision1,018------125------
#85Fiat 500X76660925.8%2956-48.2%
#86Land Rover LR47647068.2%757-87.7%
#87Lexus LX748348115%46452.2%
#88Nissan Armada71663412.9%854780.9%
#89Toyota Sequoia6976635.1%5167-23.9%
#90Mini Countryman6941,412-50.8%---84-100%
#91Lincoln Navigator5575501.3%58555.5%
#92Lexus GX551662-16.8%4851-5.9%
#93Infiniti QX70481528-8.9%2139-46.2%
T94Mercedes-Benz G-Class43926963.2%2445-46.7%
T94Infiniti QX30439------88------
#96Nissan Xterra2271,707-86.7%---103-100%
#97Maserati Levante187------83------
#98Toyota Land Cruiser º133180-26.1%187157%
#99Lincoln MKT102217-53.0%513-61.5%
#100Bentley Bentayga95------23------
#101Acura ZDX21100%---------
#286Land Rover LR2---80-100%---------
#290Toyota FJ Cruiser---8-100%---------
#291Subaru Tribeca---5-100%---------
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Total
782,059710,71410.0% 54,438 52,682 3.3%
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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.
¤ Automakers release sales figures for the M-Class and GLE together and the GLK and GLC together.
º Land Cruiser is a commercial vehicle in Canada. 
Sales data for brands such as Ferrari, Lamborghini, and Rolls-Royce are unfortunately not broken down by model. ANDC estimates say sales for those brands in 2016 were 216, 175, and 86 units, respectively. It is believed that Tesla sold 2034 new vehicles during the first ten months of 2016.

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