Canada – Small Luxury SUV Sales Figures

2020 Canada Small Luxury SUV Sales Figures

Monthly, Quarterly and Yearly Sales Figures for all Small Luxury SUVs Sold in Canada

Guide Contents
Last Month & YTD
Last Quarter Report
Every Month Report

2020 Canada Small Luxury SUV Sales Analysis

Report Updated: With Q1 Data on April 6th, 2020

Top Level Canada Reports: By Manufacturer / By Brand / By Model / Best Sellers

Note: This quarter presents us with a new challenge in calculating monthly sales figures – COVID-19.

Historically, since auto manufacturers have switched the quarterly reporting news outlets are estimating monthly sales figures based on the quarterly figure. Here at GCBC, our approach was to take the quarterly number, divide that number by total selling days for the quarter and multiply that number against the total sales days in that month. This led to an averaged out number across each month.

COVID-19 has presented a pretty unique challenge for us. For this quarter, we anticipated sales to dramatically decrease in March. Fortunately, there are still a couple of brands reporting on a monthly basis. Those companies showed roughly a 17% drop from February to March in overall sales. We decided to use that figure as our benchmark to estimate the monthly sales numbers for those reporting quarterly.

You will notice in the monthly sales tables, the numbers will be reflected to represent a steep dropoff in March sales figures which will likely spill over into the next quarter as well.

For those brands that continue to report on monthly basis (Subaru, Volvo, Mazda, Honda, Acura, Hyundai, Kia, Genesis, Mitsubishi, etc), we will still update individual model, brand and manufacturer pages on a monthly basis.


Canada Best Selling Small Luxury SUVs Last Month

This data table looks at last month’s total small luxury SUV sales volumes in Canada by model. We compare Canadian market small luxury SUV model sales for last month with the same month last year. We also include the year to date sales numbers and compare with the same year to date numbers from last year. With both monthly and YTD sales numbers we have a growth rate column so you can better gauge an individual small luxury SUV models sales success in the Canadian market.

Model Month Month LY Change YTD YTD LY YTD Change
Land Rover Discovery Sport 66 140 -52.86 259 264 -1.89
Jaguar E-Pace 35 50 -30.00 136 91 49.45
Audi eTron 26 0 0.00 102 0 0.00
Lincoln MKC 118 233 -49.36 462 506 -8.70
Lexus NX 333 668 -50.15 1,307 1,544 -15.35
Audi Q3 321 0 0.00 1,262 77 1,538.96
Audi Q5 361 1,025 -64.78 1,417 2,254 -37.13
Infiniti QX50 111 319 -65.20 554 693 -20.06
Land Rover Range Rover Evoque 107 179 -40.22 421 287 46.69
Alfa Romeo Stelvio 18 40 -55.00 71 82 -13.41
Lexus UX 150 236 -36.44 524 722 -27.42
BMW X1 147 509 -71.12 578 1,283 -54.95
BMW X2 65 145 -55.17 255 411 -37.96
Volvo XC40 75 227 -66.96 387 452 -14.38
Volvo XC60 72 234 -69.23 383 496 -22.78
Cadillac XT4 161 329 -51.06 634 891 -28.84
∑ = 2,166 ∑ = 4,334 ∑ = 8,752 ∑ = 10,053

Canada Quarterly Small Luxury SUV Sales Numbers

This data table looks at quarterly sales performance for the small luxury SUV segment in Canada. It includes all major small luxury SUV models sold in the Canadian market. We compare last quarter’s small SUV Canadian sales at the model level with the same small luxury SUV model sales quarter last year. We also include a growth rate too so you can see which small luxury SUV models are growing and which ones are declining. The quarterly view of small luxury SUV sales at the model level often gives you a better picture of what is happening than monthly because it takes out some of the month to month noise.


Canada Small Luxury SUV Sales by Month (All Models)

This sales data table looks at monthly sales performance for the small luxury SUV segment in Canada on a month to month basis for the entire year so far. It includes all major small luxury SUV models sold in the Canadian market and you can see that the monthly small luxury SUV sales trends clearly. Seeing the individual ports car model sales performance in this way gives you a good sense of the momentum (good or bad).