February 2017 YTD Canada SUV And Crossover Sales Rankings - Top 99 Best-Selling SUVs In Canada - Every SUV Ranked

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Canadian sales of SUVs and crossovers are up 10% through the first one-sixth of 2017, a year-over-year improvement of 9000 sales that drove utility vehicle market share up to 42%.

In the first one-sixth of 2016, SUVs and crossovers owned 39% of the market. That big uptick has occurred because pickup truck sales growth has stalled, passenger car volume has fallen 4%, and minivan sales are down 3%. And because the most popular SUVs/crossovers, the nine vehicles that produce four out of every ten utility vehicle sales, have added nearly 5300 sales to the ledger already this year.




The top-selling Honda CR-V, newly launched for 2017 at the tail end of 2016, is up 28% this year. The third-ranked Nissan Rogue, refreshed for 2017, jumped 36% in January and February. The sixth-ranked Mazda CX-5, with a new 2017 model soon to arrive at dealers, is up 22% in early 2017. 

A large number of low-volume SUVs are growing even faster relative to their prior year performances. The Lexus LX570, Fiat 500X, and Buick Encore have all more than doubled their volume compared with early 2016. 


Cadillac Escalade ESV, Mazda CX-9, and Porsche Macan sales are up more than 90%. 

The Kia Sportage and Mercedes-Benz GLC are both up by more than 80%. 

The Dodge Durango, Ford Expedition, Nissan Armada, Ford Flex, and Honda HR-V have all jumped by more than 50%. 

The Ford Explorer, Chevrolet Traverse, and Volvo XC90 are all up by at least 43%.




Reminder: these are 2017 year-to-date rankings, but you can sort vehicles by February 2017 volume by clicking the February 2017 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 2017February 2016
Rank
SUV/Crossover
Feb.
2017 YTD
Feb.
2016 YTD
%
Change
Feb.
2017
Feb.
2016
% Change
#1Honda CR-V6,0914,75128.2%3,2402,71219.5%
#2Toyota RAV45,7075,6191.6%3,0143,136-3.9%
#3Nissan Rogue5,5934,12235.7%2,8682,03341.1%
#4Ford Escape5,0484,7216.9%2,6492,34912.8%
#5Jeep Cherokee4,1194,181-1.5%1,5801,823-13.3%
#6Mazda CX-53,2232,65321.5%1,6501,38619.0%
#7Hyundai Tucson3,0632,53920.6%1,5321,3979.7%
#8Chevrolet Equinox2,6852,05930.4%1,3941,15121.1%
#9Dodge Journey2,4862,10518.1%1,09897312.8%
#10Jeep Wrangler2,3222,456-5.5%1,0541,349-21.9%
#11Hyundai Santa Fe Sport2,1572,933-26.5%1,2221,433-14.7%
#12Jeep Grand Cherokee2,1392,142-0.1%1,21099821.2%
#13Ford Explorer2,1001,42047.9%1,10678640.7%
#14Toyota Highlander2,0511,75416.9%9779483.1%
#15Ford Edge1,9162,339-18.1%9441,200-21.3%
#16Honda HR-V1,8321,21450.9%982489101%
#17GMC Terrain1,6691,35323.4%85374015.3%
#18Nissan Murano1,6601,779-6.7%89979013.8%
#19Nissan Pathfinder1,6571,5864.5%8928347.0%
#20Subaru Forester1,6081,4937.7%7596959.2%
#21Kia Sportage1,52482983.8%79441093.7%
#22Kia Sorento1,5091,895-20.4%8261,017-18.8%
#23Subaru Outback1,2701,03023.3%65955019.8%
#24Volkswagen Tiguan1,1621,419-18.1%567681-16.7%
#25Lexus RX1,12492122.0%57039743.6%
#26Toyota 4Runner1,06790517.9%54844024.5%
#27Dodge Durango1,05561272.4%53230773.3%
#28Mazda CX-39861,166-15.4%518639-18.9%
#29BMW X597680321.5%5165111.0%
#30Audi Q597580920.5%47739022.3%
#31Honda Pilot9381,013-7.4%450507-11.2%
#32Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class93852180.0%510247107%
#33Acura RDX90968532.7%45435229.0%
#34Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class8951,130-20.8%426525-18.9%
#35Mitsubishi Outlander87179110.1%418451-7.3%
#36Chevrolet Trax8588046.7%47742711.7%
#37Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class85467626.3%315361-12.7%
#38Subaru Crosstrek8321,041-20.1%430510-15.7%
#39Buick Encore813380114%472196141%
#40BMW X377063720.9%372373-0.3%
#41Lexus NX75665016.3%40034416.3%
#42Cadillac XT5721------405------
#43Jeep Renegade71356127.1%3313048.9%
#44Mitsubishi RVR687751-8.5%4023971.3%
#45GMC Acadia68161111.5%34731211.2%
#46Audi Q76816760.7%3693427.9%
#47Jeep Patriot658795-17.2%273510-46.5%
#48Acura MDX631680-7.2%36031613.9%
#49Hyundai Santa Fe XL628676-7.1%292340-14.1%
#50BMW X160449821.3%33628816.7%
#51Toyota Venza522826-36.8%274514-46.7%
#52Land Rover Range Rover Sport4954881.4%235268-12.3%
#53Infiniti QX60493535-7.9%2702671.1%
#54Porsche Macan46824690.2%25013486.6%
#55Lincoln MKX4574335.5%23620415.7%
#56Chevrolet Traverse44030046.7%19013936.7%
#57Mazda CX-943022591.1%21913957.6%
#58Ford Expedition41724868.1%21813759.1%
#59Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class415428-3.0%20712072.5%
#60Audi Q3414417-0.7%223229-2.6%
#61Buick Envision349------196------
#62Jaguar F-Pace329------170------
#63Nissan Juke325574-43.4%182233-21.9%
#64Volvo XC9029320542.9%12810225.5%
#65Cadillac Escalade290324-10.5%135171-21.1%
#65.1Cadillac Escalade *145249-41.8%65125-48.0%
#65.2Cadillac Escalade ESV *1457593.3%704652.2%
#66Land Rover Range Rover28420737.2%1479358.1%
#67Chevrolet Tahoe280336-16.7%172208-17.3%
#68GMC Yukon269289-6.9%1601525.3%
#69Infiniti QX50261336-22.3%141175-19.4%
#70Ford Flex25716753.9%1026264.5%
#71Lincoln MKC253309-18.1%142164-13.4%
#72Buick Enclave234251-6.8%15513118.3%
#73GMC Yukon XL217260-16.5%1371314.6%
#74Land Rover Discovery Sport209324-35.5%120188-36.2%
#75Maserati Levante198------97------
#76Porsche Cayenne1931769.7%1109812.2%
#77Lexus LX19169177%11239187%
#78Volkswagen Touareg18516313.5%9096-6.3%
#79Land Rover Range Rover Evoque178204-12.7%111117-5.1%
#80Infiniti QX30176------96------
#81Volvo XC60174186-6.5%108114-5.3%
#82BMW X6165178-7.3%79106-25.5%
#83Infiniti QX80163165-1.2%5971-16.9%
#84Nissan Armada1368854.5%746121.3%
#85Jeep Compass130430-69.8%56267-79.0%
#86BMW X4129160-19.4%7594-20.2%
#87Fiat 500X12546172%1321-38.1%
#88Chevrolet Suburban123269-54.3%69123-43.9%
#89Toyota Sequoia1191162.6%5468-20.6%
#90Lincoln Navigator7580-6.3%4044-9.1%
#91Lexus GX7182-13.4%3442-19.0%
#92Toyota Land Cruiser50------21------
#93Infiniti QX704592-51.1%1954-64.8%
#94Mercedes-Benz G-Class4481-45.7%2051-60.8%
#95Bentley Bentayga18------8------
#96Lincoln MKT1721-19.0%79-22.2%
#97Mini Countryman798-92.9%555-90.9%
#98Cadillac SRX5528-99.1%1244-99.6%
#99Land Rover LR4290-97.8%---55-100%
#100Nissan Xterra---120-100%---48-100%
#101Acura ZDX---1-100%---------
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Total
97,33288,35510.2% 49,536 45,504 8.9%
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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.
ยบ 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 2017's first two months were 40, 36, and 16 units, respectively. It is believed that Tesla sold 114 new vehicles during the first month of 2017.

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