It’s right and proper that you would form two conclusions after looking through the list below of Canada’s Top 10 Best-Selling American SUVs. First, the Detroit Three are selling a lot more of their most popular SUVs and crossovers this year than they did last. Average year-over-year gains in the month of November were 56.8% among the utility vehicles in the list below, a figure which you’ll see is not all that exaggerated by the 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee’s huge jump – others are doing rather well, too.

Second, an awful lot of the vehicles in the group below aren’t just best-selling as American vehicles but as overall vehicles, regardless of their national orientation. 60% of Canada’s best-selling American utility vehicles were on November’s overall best-selling SUVs list.

While you’re considering interesting facts, consider the Canadian content of this list. The 2011 Ford Edge, 2011 Lincoln MKX, 2011 Chevrolet Equinox, and 2011 GMC Terrain are all built in southern Ontario. Many other big sellers are built in Canada, as well, a theme The Good Car Guy took up in this Sympatico Autos gallery.

Rank SUV/Crossover Status October 2010 % Change
#1 Ford Escape 2996 +26.1
#2 Dodge Journey 2146 +30.2
#3 Chevrolet Equinox 1885 +86.1
#4 Ford Edge 1389 +42.3
#5 Jeep Grand Cherokee  984 +120.6
#6 Jeep Patriot 975 +68.4
#7 GMC Terrain 921 +29.5
#8 Jeep Wrangler 646 +41
#9 Chevrolet Traverse 504 -2.9
#10 Lincoln MKX 473 +126.3

Source: Automakers & The Automotive News Data Center

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