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. 

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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 • March 2017 • January 2017February 2016
Rank
SUV/Crossover
Feb.
2017 YTD
Feb.
2016 YTD
%
Change
Feb.
2017
Feb.
2016
% Change
#1 Honda CR-V 6,091 4,751 28.2% 3,240 2,712 19.5%
#2 Toyota RAV4 5,707 5,619 1.6% 3,014 3,136 -3.9%
#3 Nissan Rogue 5,593 4,122 35.7% 2,868 2,033 41.1%
#4 Ford Escape 5,048 4,721 6.9% 2,649 2,349 12.8%
#5 Jeep Cherokee 4,119 4,181 -1.5% 1,580 1,823 -13.3%
#6 Mazda CX-5 3,223 2,653 21.5% 1,650 1,386 19.0%
#7 Hyundai Tucson 3,063 2,539 20.6% 1,532 1,397 9.7%
#8 Chevrolet Equinox 2,685 2,059 30.4% 1,394 1,151 21.1%
#9 Dodge Journey 2,486 2,105 18.1% 1,098 973 12.8%
#10 Jeep Wrangler 2,322 2,456 -5.5% 1,054 1,349 -21.9%
#11 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport 2,157 2,933 -26.5% 1,222 1,433 -14.7%
#12 Jeep Grand Cherokee 2,139 2,142 -0.1% 1,210 998 21.2%
#13 Ford Explorer 2,100 1,420 47.9% 1,106 786 40.7%
#14 Toyota Highlander 2,051 1,754 16.9% 977 948 3.1%
#15 Ford Edge 1,916 2,339 -18.1% 944 1,200 -21.3%
#16 Honda HR-V 1,832 1,214 50.9% 982 489 101%
#17 GMC Terrain 1,669 1,353 23.4% 853 740 15.3%
#18 Nissan Murano 1,660 1,779 -6.7% 899 790 13.8%
#19 Nissan Pathfinder 1,657 1,586 4.5% 892 834 7.0%
#20 Subaru Forester 1,608 1,493 7.7% 759 695 9.2%
#21 Kia Sportage 1,524 829 83.8% 794 410 93.7%
#22 Kia Sorento 1,509 1,895 -20.4% 826 1,017 -18.8%
#23 Subaru Outback 1,270 1,030 23.3% 659 550 19.8%
#24 Volkswagen Tiguan 1,162 1,419 -18.1% 567 681 -16.7%
#25 Lexus RX 1,124 921 22.0% 570 397 43.6%
#26 Toyota 4Runner 1,067 905 17.9% 548 440 24.5%
#27 Dodge Durango 1,055 612 72.4% 532 307 73.3%
#28 Mazda CX-3 986 1,166 -15.4% 518 639 -18.9%
#29 BMW X5 976 803 21.5% 516 511 1.0%
#30 Audi Q5 975 809 20.5% 477 390 22.3%
#31 Honda Pilot 938 1,013 -7.4% 450 507 -11.2%
#32 Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class 938 521 80.0% 510 247 107%
#33 Acura RDX 909 685 32.7% 454 352 29.0%
#34 Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class 895 1,130 -20.8% 426 525 -18.9%
#35 Mitsubishi Outlander 871 791 10.1% 418 451 -7.3%
#36 Chevrolet Trax 858 804 6.7% 477 427 11.7%
#37 Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class 854 676 26.3% 315 361 -12.7%
#38 Subaru Crosstrek 832 1,041 -20.1% 430 510 -15.7%
#39 Buick Encore 813 380 114% 472 196 141%
#40 BMW X3 770 637 20.9% 372 373 -0.3%
#41 Lexus NX 756 650 16.3% 400 344 16.3%
#42 Cadillac XT5 721 405
#43 Jeep Renegade 713 561 27.1% 331 304 8.9%
#44 Mitsubishi RVR 687 751 -8.5% 402 397 1.3%
#45 GMC Acadia 681 611 11.5% 347 312 11.2%
#46 Audi Q7 681 676 0.7% 369 342 7.9%
#47 Jeep Patriot 658 795 -17.2% 273 510 -46.5%
#48 Acura MDX 631 680 -7.2% 360 316 13.9%
#49 Hyundai Santa Fe XL 628 676 -7.1% 292 340 -14.1%
#50 BMW X1 604 498 21.3% 336 288 16.7%
#51 Toyota Venza 522 826 -36.8% 274 514 -46.7%
#52 Land Rover Range Rover Sport 495 488 1.4% 235 268 -12.3%
#53 Infiniti QX60 493 535 -7.9% 270 267 1.1%
#54 Porsche Macan 468 246 90.2% 250 134 86.6%
#55 Lincoln MKX 457 433 5.5% 236 204 15.7%
#56 Chevrolet Traverse 440 300 46.7% 190 139 36.7%
#57 Mazda CX-9 430 225 91.1% 219 139 57.6%
#58 Ford Expedition 417 248 68.1% 218 137 59.1%
#59 Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class 415 428 -3.0% 207 120 72.5%
#60 Audi Q3 414 417 -0.7% 223 229 -2.6%
#61 Buick Envision 349 196
#62 Jaguar F-Pace 329 170
#63 Nissan Juke 325 574 -43.4% 182 233 -21.9%
#64 Volvo XC90 293 205 42.9% 128 102 25.5%
#65 Cadillac Escalade 290 324 -10.5% 135 171 -21.1%
#65.1 Cadillac Escalade * 145 249 -41.8% 65 125 -48.0%
#65.2 Cadillac Escalade ESV * 145 75 93.3% 70 46 52.2%
#66 Land Rover Range Rover 284 207 37.2% 147 93 58.1%
#67 Chevrolet Tahoe 280 336 -16.7% 172 208 -17.3%
#68 GMC Yukon 269 289 -6.9% 160 152 5.3%
#69 Infiniti QX50 261 336 -22.3% 141 175 -19.4%
#70 Ford Flex 257 167 53.9% 102 62 64.5%
#71 Lincoln MKC 253 309 -18.1% 142 164 -13.4%
#72 Buick Enclave 234 251 -6.8% 155 131 18.3%
#73 GMC Yukon XL 217 260 -16.5% 137 131 4.6%
#74 Land Rover Discovery Sport 209 324 -35.5% 120 188 -36.2%
#75 Maserati Levante 198 97
#76 Porsche Cayenne 193 176 9.7% 110 98 12.2%
#77 Lexus LX 191 69 177% 112 39 187%
#78 Volkswagen Touareg 185 163 13.5% 90 96 -6.3%
#79 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque 178 204 -12.7% 111 117 -5.1%
#80 Infiniti QX30 176 96
#81 Volvo XC60 174 186 -6.5% 108 114 -5.3%
#82 BMW X6 165 178 -7.3% 79 106 -25.5%
#83 Infiniti QX80 163 165 -1.2% 59 71 -16.9%
#84 Nissan Armada 136 88 54.5% 74 61 21.3%
#85 Jeep Compass 130 430 -69.8% 56 267 -79.0%
#86 BMW X4 129 160 -19.4% 75 94 -20.2%
#87 Fiat 500X 125 46 172% 13 21 -38.1%
#88 Chevrolet Suburban 123 269 -54.3% 69 123 -43.9%
#89 Toyota Sequoia 119 116 2.6% 54 68 -20.6%
#90 Lincoln Navigator 75 80 -6.3% 40 44 -9.1%
#91 Lexus GX 71 82 -13.4% 34 42 -19.0%
#92 Toyota Land Cruiser 50 21
#93 Infiniti QX70 45 92 -51.1% 19 54 -64.8%
#94 Mercedes-Benz G-Class 44 81 -45.7% 20 51 -60.8%
#95 Bentley Bentayga 18 8
#96 Lincoln MKT 17 21 -19.0% 7 9 -22.2%
#97 Mini Countryman 7 98 -92.9% 5 55 -90.9%
#98 Cadillac SRX 5 528 -99.1% 1 244 -99.6%
#99 Land Rover LR4 2 90 -97.8% 55 -100%
#100 Nissan Xterra 120 -100% 48 -100%
#101 Acura ZDX 1 -100%
Total
97,332 88,355 10.2% 49,536 45,504 8.9%
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.
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 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.