November 2010 was so good for the BMW 3-Series that, one year later, the 3-Series’ 27% decline in Canadian sales volume wasn’t significant enough for the 3-Series to fall from its top spot among premium vehicles.
Mercedes-Benz’s best-selling SUV in November was the $57,900 M-Class, not the $41,600 GLK350 which leads Mercedes-Benz SUV standings through the first eleven months of 2011. The M-Class was the best-selling premium SUV in Canada in November 2011.
Because of a tie between the Infiniti EX and Audi Q7, there are actually 31 luxury vehicles listed in the Top 30 table below. 15 of the vehicles listed wear German badges, including the $48,875-$63,685 Volkswagen Touareg. There’s also one Swede, two British SUVs – among them the Range Rover Evoque – and ten Japanese vehicles. This leaves the Lincoln MKX, Cadillac SRX, and Cadillac CTS to represent Detroit.