Between November 2016 and January 2017, Canadian sales of luxury SUVs/crossovers grew 16% to more than 30,000 units. As the passenger car market quickly dries up and premium auto brands are left with rapidly shrinking demand for traditional money makers, demand for premium utility vehicles is skyrocketing.

And while new vehicle sales slow as the new year begins, the winter period – especially over Christmas – is still a bright one for luxury SUVs. These are the 25 top-selling models from premium brands over the last three months.