Unlike All Of The SUVs Which GCBC Lists Alongside The
Current Lincoln Navigator, This 2015 Navigator Will Not Be Available With A V8 Engine. Its 370-bhp twin-turbo V6 Should Suffice, As V6 Engines Do For Many Of The Crossovers Appearing In This Post.
After outselling its nearest premium brand rival, the Audi Q5, by 978 units in 2012, the Lexus RX was challenged more closely by the Q5 in 2013, outselling the Audi by just 242 units over the last twelve months.
The RX and its SUV stablemates at Lexus, the LX and GX, accounted for 52.9% of Lexus sales in 2013, Lexus’s best Canadian sales year in the company’s history. That’s up from 51.9% in 2012.
Two Audis, the Q5 and Q7, brought in 45.5% of Audi sales in Canada in 2013, up from 39% in 2012.
Four X models at BMW drove their share of BMW’s Canadian sales output down to 44.2% from 47% in 2012. Acura crossovers produced 64.6% of the brand’s sales in 2013, up from 58.8% a year ago.
Land Rover produced 80.3% of Jaguar-Land Rover Canada’s 2013 sales, down from 86.9% in 2012. 63% of the Infinitis sold in 2013 were SUVs/crossovers, up from 58.4% in 2012. The G, GL, GLK, and M-Class account for 42.7% of Mercedes-Benz Canada’s non-Sprinter sales, up from 42.5% in 2012.
67.5% of the Lincolns sold in Canada in 2013 were MKXs, MKTs, or Navigators, down from 78% in 2012. Cadillac’s SRX and Escalade lineup brought in 47.5% of the brand’s 2013 Canadian sales, down from 60.5% in 2012. From 54.2% in 2012, the Cayenne’s share of the Porsches sold in Canada rose to 55.7% in 2013. The XC60 and XC90 generated 46.7% of Volvo Canada’s 2013 sales, up from 41.9% in 2012.
You can click any model name in the tables below to find historical monthly and yearly Canadian auto sales data. You can also select a make and model at GCBC’s Sales Stats page. These tables are now sortable, so you can rank luxury SUVs and crossovers any which way you like. Suggestions on how GCBC should break down segments can be passed on through the Contact page.