Auto123 presents three rankings of the Top SUVs in Canada in 2020-2021, according to their sales performances in 2019. Today, our Top 10 compact SUVs in Canada in 2020-2021.
Roughly speaking, the midsize SUV segment has a population of about 25, and that doesn't include what’s available from luxury automakers. How do you find your way around that much choice as a buyer?
It can be challenge, for sure, and one made even more daunting be the fact that these days, of all the models on offer, there are very few bad ones. There are some buys that are better than others, however, that better quality, value, etc.
This time around for our annual look at the market, instead of telling you what we think are the 10 best products in the segment, we're giving you the floor. And so this tally lists the top 10 best-selling midsize SUVs in the country, based on 2019 sales because those are unaffected by the ravages of the pandemic. Along the way, we make a comparison between Canadian sales and the U.S. market.
1) Jeep Wrangler
We don't necessarily tend to think of the Jeep Wrangler as a typical midsize SUV for families, but someone forgot to tell families that. The model topped the category for sales in Canada with 23,185 units. In the U.S., it ranked third with 228,042 units sold (matching the 10:1 ratio often used when measuring and comparing U.S. and Canadian sales).
And at that, the Wrangler actually had its share of problems on the market last year, seeing its sales numbers decline (pretty much evenly) on both sides of the border, between 5 and 6%. The arrival of the Bronco won’t help it cause next year.