BMW Group Toughs Out US Headwinds with Strong Global Sales and Growth of Electric Range

 

In recent months, BMW Group has been having a tough time in the USA. Sales for the company were down almost 15% in July 2017 and Year-to-Date the group has sold over 9,000 less cars than in the opening 7 months of 2017.

Rank 
Automaker
July 2017 
% Change 
2017 YTD 
% Change 
2017
Market Share
YTD Market Share

BMW-Mini26363-13.7%197654-5.5%1.87%2.02%

This is despite growing popularity for both the BMW 4-Series coupe, which jumped 31.1% over last July’s figures, the 5-Series saloon (up 12.4%) and the brand’s premium SUV the BMW X5, which is up 8.8%.

The 5-Series is the most surprising uptick for the brand, in an era when US consumers’ popularity for saloons is waning. This is particularly apparent at the premium end of the spectrum, where wallets typically have the flexibility to stretch to an SUV alternative, should the customer decide they need the extra practicality and “lifestyle” capabilities.

Even the MINI brand has seen drops in sales for 2017; to date, sales of MINIs are down 11.1% on YTD July’s end in 2016 – though there is hope for both brand’s salvation.

Globally, BMW Group is riding a wave of success. A 0.4% increase in sales of BMW Group vehicles compared with the same month last year drove the group to have its best July ever, bucking the trend seen in the US. Dr Ian Robertson, Management Board Member at the group, puts this success down to a “policy of balanced global growth,” and highlighting the group’s electrified range as having helped make a difference.

More than 50,000 electrified BMWs and MINIs from across the group’s BMW i, iPerformance and electrified MINI ranges have been shipped to customers worldwide since the beginning of 2017. Could this be the secret to switching the current back in BMW Group’s favour in the States?

The most popular electrified BMW in the US is currently the i3. Sales so far in 2017 have been steady but nothing to shout about, with 3,593 leaving US dealerships in the first seven months of the year. This makes up around 7% of BMW Group’s global EV sales. By comparison, the US market as a whole represents a 14% chunk of the 1,401,551 BMWs delivered globally so far in 2017.

At this rate it’s unlikely the i3 will achieve the same heights as in 2015 when 11,024 were sold to crown its best year in the States; BMW had sold 5,391 i3s by the end of July in that year.

The i3 is finding itself in an increasingly crowded space too – most premium manufacturers now offer a plug-in hybrid version of their premium offering, and with Tesla’s Model 3 entering production things are looking increasingly tough for BMW i3 sales in the USA.

It’s early to say whether or not BMW’s electric ambitions will fuel a resurgence in its US sales. The electrified MINI Countryman may spark interest from an eco-concious market not made up of the early-adopters to whom the i3’s revolutionary styling appeals and give electric BMW sales the shock they need in the US, though sales of the Countryman are only incrementally ahead of YTD July 2016.




What is clear is that, globally, the current is flowing in the direction of BMW's electrified range. The group's reported 74.8% increase in sales of cars featuring some form of electrification worldwide Year-to-Date is temendous growth.

BMW Group Sales Figures by Region  In July 2017  Compared with previous year %  In ytd July 2017  Compared with previous year %
 Europe  78,615  -1.5  633,467  +1.7
- Germany  25,227  +4.5  181,571  -0.5
- UK  13,110  -8.8  138,487  +1.1
 Asia  62,408  9.8  477,670  +14.3
- China (Mainland)  43,311  +8.0  336,591  +17.0
- Japan  5,544  +5.6  44,377  +6.3
 Americas  34,471  -9.5  251,464  -3.5
- USA  26,363  -13.7  197,654  -5.5
- Mexico / Lat. America   3,332  +22.6  21,319  +16.4



Top 20 Worst-Selling Vehicles In America - July 2017



The Dodge Dart failed to make much of an impression in its short lifespan. Launched as a compact sedan by Fiat Chrysler to compete with segment heavyweights like the Ford Focus, the Honda Civic and the Toyota Corolla, it never really had a chance, despite displaying competence and being an improvement on its predecessor. Its appearance in our Worst-Selling countdown marks it bowing quietly out of a segment which is month-to-month suffering huge losses at the hands of the utterly dominant crossover.

Dodge also managed to find ten of its Avenger model, a sedan that has been out of production since 2014, which sees it bafflingly re-enter our bottom-end charts at number 13 in the worst-selling vehicle by volume category.

The Ford Mustang's continuing decline in the USA amidst increasing demand from consumers for SUVs betrays its global popularity. Ford's choice to sell the current iteration of the pony car internationally has seen it rocket to one of the best-selling sports cars globally. The 2018 model is due onsale this autumn, so it will be interesting to see if this can kick-start the Mustang's popularity once more in the States.



You can always select a make and model at GCBC's Sales Stats page to find historical monthly and yearly sales figures from both Canada and the United States. Mobile users can now thumb across each table for full-width access. Pertinent links are clickable at the bottom of this post, but you can also find related links at the Best Sellers page.



Rank
Worst-Selling Vehicle 
By Percentage Decline 
(Minimum 2500 Sales)
%
Change
July
2017
July
2016
1 Jeep Patriot 3,425 11,244 -70.0%
2 Ford Transit 3,710 11,335 -67.3%
3 Hyundai Sonata 10,648 20,635 -48.4%
4 Chevrolet Sonic 2,552 4,844 -47.3%
5 Chevrolet Traverse 8,626 15,173 -43.1%
6 Ford Fusion 13,886 24,007 -42.2%
7 Buick Enclave 4,206 7,249 -42.0%
8 BMW 3-Series 4,084 6,799 -39.9%
9 Chevrolet Impala 3,032 5,045 -39.9%
10 Ford Expedition 3,617 5,963 -39.3%
11 GMC Terrain 5,721 9,375 -39.0%
12 Hyundai Elantra 13,287 20,629 -35.6%
13 Ford Mustang 6,206 9,565 -35.1%
14 Nissan Versa 7,899 11,856 -33.4%
15 Chevrolet Suburban 3,392 5,055 -32.9%
16 Chevrolet Trax 6,552 9,466 -30.8%
17 Mitsubishi Outlander 2,530 1,952 -29.6%
18 Ford Transit Connect 3,499 4,890 -28.4%
19 Subaru Legacy 3,785 5,212 -27.4%
20 Honda Ridgeline 2,586 3518 -26.5%

Rank
Worst-Selling Vehicle 
By Percentage Decline
%
Change
July
2017
July
2016
1 Cadillac SRX 1 1,307 -99.9%
2 Scion tC 7 1,104 -99.4%
3 Chrysler Town & Country 26 3,324 -99.0%
4 Nissan Quest 12 712 -98.3%
5 Hyundai Genesis 47 2,117 -97.8%
6 Lincoln MKS 9 313 -97.1%
7 Buick Verano 136 2,068 -93.4%
8 Honda Crosstour 1 11 -90.9%
9 BMW Z4 14 124 -88.7%
10 Mazda 5 2 17 -87.8%
11 Cadillac ELR 2 15 -86.7%
12 Chevrolet Spark 764 4,229 -81.9%
13 Bentley Flying Spur 7 38 -81.6%
14 Honda CR-Z 50 272 -81.6%
15 Honda Insight 1 5 -80.0%
16 Dodge Dart 822 3,314 -75.0%
17 Bentley Mulsanne 8 30 -73.3%
18 Jeep Patriot 3,425 11,244 -70.0%
19 Hyundai Accent 2,115 7,046 -70.0%
20 Volvo V60 * 121 384 -68.5%

Rank
Worst-Selling Vehicle
By Volume
July
2017
July
2016
%
Change
1 Cadillac SRX 1 1,307 -99.9%
1 Honda Crosstour 1 11 -90.9%
1 Honda Insight 1 5 -80.0%
1 Toyota FJ Cruiser 1 2 -50.0%
1 Lexus LFA 1 0 0.0%
6 Mazda 5 2 17 -87.8%
6 Cadillac ELR 2 15 -86.7%
8 Scion tC 7 1,104 -99.4%
8 Bentley Flying Spur 7 38 -81.6%
10 Bentley Mulsanne 8 30 -73.3%
10 Ford GT 8 0 New
12 Lincoln MKS 9 313 -97.1%
13 Dodge Avenger 10 0 100.0%
14 Nissan Quest 12 712 -98.3%
15 BMW Z4 14 124 -88.7%
16 Alfa Romeo 4C 22 43 -49.0%
17 Chrysler Town & Country 26 3,324 -99.0%
18 Nissan GT-R 30 52 -42.3%
18 Acura NSX 30 21 42.9%
20 Volvo S60 CC * 32 42 -23.8%
Source: Automakers & ANDC

Vehicles which sold at least once in April 2016 but not at all in April 2017: Dodge Avenger, Honda Crosstour, Hyundai Equus, Jaguar XK, Land Rover LR2, Mazda 2, Infiniti Q40, Nissan Cube, Nissan Xterra, Scion iQ, Scion xB, Scion xD, Toyota FJ Cruiser, Porsche 918 Spyder, Volkswagen Eos.

Aston Martin, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Lotus, Rolls-Royce do not release monthly sales data.




July 2017 YTD Canada Vehicle Sales Rankings - Top 265 Best-Selling Vehicles In Canada - Every Vehicle Ranked


Almost twice as many Ford F-Series pickups left dealers as units of the next-placed Dodge Ram. A succession of strong months for the blue oval's pickups puts sales up 8% on where they were at the start of August last year in the Canadian market.






In YTD terms, none of the Canadian top-5 are worse off than in 2016. The Honda Civic continues to mix it with the pickups at the top of the table, while the Toyota Corolla tumbles four spots to sit in ninth after a tough July.

Overall the Canadian market is showing strong growth, with few signs of the slowdown that continues to blight the US market. Sales of all vehicles are up more than 5% on 2016, and if monthly figures manage to avoid the usual late-autumn dip in the run up to December, Canadian vehicle sales could be set to top the 2 million mark for the year of 2017.

Canada Vehicle Sales Rankings By Model - June 2017 YTD
Canada Vehicle Sales Rankings By Model - July 2016 YTD

There are visible brand results, so when you sort the table by vehicle names to showcase, for example, all Fords together, you'll also see the Ford brand's total. Auto brands are shown in bold to differentiate makes and models, manufacturers are bolded and italicized. At any time, click the Rank column to return to the original format. If you're on a mobile device, you may need to choose the full version of the site (at the bottom of the page) in order to use the sortable function.

Canada - Auto Sales Rankings by Brand  - July 2017 



As always, you can find historical monthly and yearly sales figures for any of these vehicles by selecting a make and model at GCBC's Sales Stats page. Mobile users can now thumb across the table for full-width access.

Click Column Headers To Sort • June 2017July 2016

Rank
Vehicle
July
2017
July
2016
% Change
YTD
2017
YTD
2016
% Change
1 Ford F-Series 14,224 13,585 4.7% 92,651 85,818 8.0%
2 Ram P/U 6,990 8,026 -12.9% 64,913 57,803 12.3%
3 Honda Civic 6,579 5,635 22.6% 43,759 38,558 13.5%
4 Chevrolet Silverado 5,198 4,070 27.7% 33,085 26,722 23.8%
5 GMC Sierra 5,052 4,240 19.2% 36,230 30,071 20.5%
6 Hyundai Elantra 4,576 5,615 -18.5% 28,298 31,126 -9.1%
7 Toyota RAV4 4,288 4,540 -5.6% 29,583 29,005 2.0%
8 Ford Escape 4,256 4,576 -7.0% 27,699 25,130 10.2%
9 Toyota Corolla 4,173 3,846 8.5% 32,527 28,216 15.3%
10 Honda CR-V 4,137 5,012 -17.5% 27,970 24,918 12.2%
11 Dodge Grand Caravan 3,818 4,710 -18.9% 30,212 32,670 -7.5%
12 Jeep Cherokee 3,689 2,737 34.8% 14,885 19,428 -23.4%
13 Volkswagen Golf 3159 1944 62.5 14033 12737 10.2%
14 Nissan Rogue 3,148 3,734 -15.7% 25,766 22,167 16.2%
15 Hyundai Tucson 3,087 2,618 17.9% 18,292 15,917 14.9%
16 Mazda 3 2,819 2,356 19.7% 16,941 16,512 2.6%
17 Chevrolet Cruze 2,248 2,437 -7.8% 17,712 13,805 28.3%
18 Jeep Wrangler 2,232 2,106 6.0% 10,491 12,573 -16.6%
19 Mazda CX-5 2,072 1,991 4.1% 14,139 13,730 3.0%
20 Volkswagen Jetta 2,054 2,287 -10.2% 10,556 13,036 -19.0%
21 Jeep Grand Cherokee 1,888 1,114 69.5% 10,713 9,820 9.1%
22 Ford Explorer 1,796 1,439 24.8% 10,567 7,679 37.6%
23 Honda Odyssey 1,794 1,273 40.9% 6,435 7,804 -17.5%
24 Kia Sorento 1,746 1,369 27.5% 9,382 9,410 -0.3%
25 Ford Edge 1,713 1,717 -0.2% 12,432 12,908 -3.7%
26 Chevrolet Equinox 1,706 1,266 34.8% 15,138 10,748 40.8%
27 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport 1,621 2,305 -29.7% 13,556 14,493 -6.5%
28 Kia Forte 1,448 964 50.2% 10,083 7,419 35.9%
29 Nissan Murano 1,431 1,146 24.9% 8,717 8,715 0.0%
30 Honda Accord 1,426 1,150 24.0% 8,832 8,380 5.4%
31 Subaru Impreza 1,419 1,027 38.20% 9,230 6,861 34.5%
32 Honda HR-V 1,361 993 37.1% 9,580 6,509 47.2%
33 Toyota Highlander 1322 1060 24.7 9176 7478 22.7%
34 Kia Sportage 1,297 833 55.7% 8,104 6,313 28.4%
35 Nissan Titan 1271 146 770.5% 3,647 1,214 200.4%
36 Toyota Sienna 1,224 1,185 3.3% 9,281 8,222 12.9%
37 Kia Soul 1,177 1,077 9.3% 6,489 6,998 -7.3%
38 Nissan Qashqai 1142 0 0.0% 2,147 0 0.0%
39 Volkswagen Tiguan 1116 885 26.1% 5,358 6,740 -20.5%
40 GMC Terrain 1,106 784 41.1% 8,216 6,336 29.7%
41 Dodge Journey 1096 1,584 -30.8% 8,930 9,707 -8.0%
42 Subaru Forester 1,096 1,125 -2.6% 8,350 7,570 10.3%
43 Hyundai Accent 1,088 2,142 -49.2% 8,407 12,310 -31.7%
44 Ford Focus 1,086 2,757 -60.6% 7,248 10,377 -30.2%
45 Toyota Tacoma 1,048 1,007 4.1% 7,362 7,834 -6.0%
46 Jeep Compass 1039 215 383.3% 3,094 3,076 0.6%
47 Subaru Outback 996 964 3.3% 6,644 6,159 7.9%
48 Ford Fusion 985 1,327 -25.8% 6,556 8,590 -23.7%
49 Ford Mustang 978 773 26.5% 6,277 5,605 12.0%
50 Nissan Sentra 971 1,494 -35.0% 9,212 9,989 -7.8%
51 Toyota Camry 963 1,000 -3.7% 7,793 10,350 -24.7%
52 Nissan Micra 946 803 17.8% 5,402 6,177 -15.5%
53 Mazda CX-3 927 855 8.4% 5,800 5,557 4.4%
54 Hyundai Santa Fe XL 919 712 29.1% 3,742 5,406 -30.8%
55 Chevrolet Malibu 907 579 56.6% 5,179 6,996 -26.0%
56 Audi Q5 893 546 63.6% 5,668 4,575 23.9%
57 Hyundai Sonata 875 847 3.3% 4,305 5,349 -19.5%
58 Toyota Yaris 838 621 34.9% 3,891 4,895 -20.5%
59 Kia Sedona 807 983 -17.9% 3,409 2,983 14.3%
60 Toyota Prius 801 719 11.4% 4,768 4,699 1.5%
61 Honda Pilot 786 658 19.5% 4,865 4,497 8.2%
62 Chevrolet Colorado 783 531 47.5% 4,366 3,354 30.2%
63 Mercedes-Benz C-Class 772 888 -13.1% 6,823 5,480 24.5%
64 Lexus RX 740 620 19.4% 5,241 4,429 18.3%
65 Buick Encore 739 388 90.5% 4,960 3,027 63.9%
66 Nissan Pathfinder 733 667 9.9% 6,545 5,699 14.8%
67 Toyota Tundra 709 890 -20.3% 5,315 6,501 -18.2%
68 Subaru Crosstrek 701 840 -16.5% 4,646 5,307 -12.5%
69 Toyota 4Runner 694 648 7.1% 4,475 3,827 16.9%
70 BMW X1 690 454 52.0% 3,540 2,722 30.1%
71 Nissan Versa 683 570 19.8% 5,119 4,606 11.1%
72 Acura RDX 653 709 -7.9% 4,462 4,220 5.7%
73 Jeep Patriot 645 793 -18.7% 2,817 5,453 -48.3%
74 Mitsubishi RVR 642 457 40.5% 4,085 3,467 17.8%
75 Mitsubishi Outlander 639 489 30.7% 4,143 3,476 19.2%
76 GMC Savana 638 644 -0.9% 3,933 3,801 3.5%
77 Cadillac XT5 624 298 109.4% 3,822 707 440.6%
78 Lexus NX 624 510 22.4% 4,089 3,335 22.6%
79 Volkswagen Passat 608 358 69.8% 2,401 2,413 -0.5%
80 GMC Canyon 607 520 16.7% 3,399 3,119 9.0%
81 Toyota C-HR 580 0 0.0% 1,911 0 0.0%
82 BMW 3-Series 549 612 38.7% 4,457 3,883 14.8%
83 Audi A4 535 467 14.6% 4,414 3,203 37.8%
84 Mitsubishi Lancer 522 463 12.70% 3,626 4,221 -14.1%
85 Acura MDX 512 391 30.9% 3,171 2,837 11.8%
86 Volkswagen Atlas 507 0 0.0% 1,102 0 0.0%
87 Chevrolet Express 476 313 52.1% 2,439 2,091 16.6%
88 Ram ProMaster 456 143 218.9% 2,856 1,578 81.0%
89 Audi A3 453 410 10.5% 2,742 2,534 8.2%
90 Audi A5 442 137 222.6% 1,902 977 94.7%
91 Honda Fit 441 673 -34.5% 2,632 4,749 -44.6%
92 Mini Cooper 424 566 -25.1% 3,186 3,369 -5.4%
93 Chevrolet Trax 423 713 -40.7% 3,625 5,212 -30.4%
94 Kia Rio 412 747 -44.8% 2,534 5,163 -50.9%
95 GMC Acadia 405 178 127.5% 2,763 2,630 5.1%
96 Ford Transit 403 971 -58.5% 6,931 6,066 14.3%
97 BMW X5 394 451 -12.6% 3,529 3,803 -7.2%
98 Kia Optima 389 331 17.5% 2,939 3,056 -3.8%
99 Buick Enclave 386 162 138.3% 1,583 2,078 -23.8%
100 Chevrolet Traverse 382 656 -41.8% 2,340 2,577 -9.2%
101 Audi Q7 381 408 -6.6% 3,036 2,729 11.1%
102 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 372 367 1.4% 2,834 2,670 6.1%
103 Buick Envision 362 97 273.2% 1,872 136 1276.5%
104 GMC Yukon 360 176 105.5% 1,703 1,339 27.2%
105 Nissan Frontier 356 450 -20.90% 2,649 2,717 -2.5%
106 Acura TLX 355 375 -4.6% 2,173 2,454 -11.5%
107 Infiniti QX60 354 305 16.1% 2,479 2,340 5.9%
108 Chevrolet Spark 351 411 -14.6% 1,577 1,858 -15.1%
109 Jeep Renegade 349 276 26.4% 2,317 2,629 -11.9%
110 Chevrolet Tahoe 338 164 106.1% 1,596 1,572 1.5%
111 Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class 336 348 -3.4% 2,178 2,824 -22.9%
112 Mercedes-Benz E-Class & CLS-Class 333 189 76.2% 2,176 1,913 13.7%
113 Chevrolet Camaro 326 307 6.2% 2,091 1,780 17.5%
114 Honda Ridgeline 319 87 266.7% 2,898 95 2950.5%
115 Chrysler Pacifica 316 272 16.2% 3,666 523 601.0%
116 Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class 316 382 -17.3 2288 2676 -14.5%
117 Chevrolet Sonic 314 201 56.2% 3,026 3,043 -0.6%
118 Porsche Macan 312 167 86.8% 2,074 1,335 55.4%
119 Lexus IS 311 265 17.4% 1,918 1,700 12.8%
120 Cadillac Escalade 304 201 51.20% 1522 1454 4.7%
121 Volkswagen Beetle 292 105 178.1% 2,065 1,664 24.1%
122 Ford Taurus 288 470 -38.7% 2,252 2,224 1.3%
123 Dodge Durango 277 294 -29.7% 4,217 4,251 -0.8%
124 Lincoln MKX 273 351 -22.2% 2,069 2,083 -0.7%
125 Mazda CX-9 273 318 -14.2% 2,192 1,477 48.4%
126 Mitsubishi Mirage 269 184 46.2% 1,464 1,921 -23.8%
127 Chevrolet Corvette 261 148 76.4% 1,533 1085 41.3%
128 Ford Transit Connect 261 279 -6.5% 1,527 1,629 -6.3%
129 Dodge Challenger 259 305 -15.1% 2,528 2,348 7.7%
130 GMC Yukon XL 257 127 102.4% 1,333 1,222 9.1%
131 Volvo XC90 256 269 -4.8% 1,492 1,731 -13.8%
132 Mazda 6 250 149 67.8% 1,494 1,214 23.1%
133 Ford Expedition 249 202 23.3% 2,603 1,506 72.8%
134 Jaguar F-Pace 247 179 38.0% 1,635 423 286.5%
135 Audi Q3 245 264 -7.2% 2,061 2,332 -11.6%
136 BMW X3 242 525 -53.9% 3,393 3,375 0.5%
137 Infiniti Q50 237 241 -1.7% 1368 1606 -14.8%
138 Nissan Altima 234 520 -55.0% 4,706 5,432 -13.4%
139 Chevrolet Volt 231 385 -40.0% 2,229 1,677 32.9%
140 Ford Flex 225 381 -40.9% 1,872 2,057 -9.0%
141 Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class 225 186 21.0% 1,781 1,301 36.9%
142 Lincoln MKC 223 245 -9.0% 1,480 1,571 -5.8%
143 Cadillac ATS 219 143 53.1% 1,379 1,334 3.4%
144 Land Rover Range Rover Sport 219 222 -1.4% 1,688 1,795 -6.0%
145 BMW 5-Series 218 106 105.7% 1,361 1,191 14.3%
146 Chevrolet Impala 212 110 92.7% 2,153 1,753 22.8%
147 BMW 4-Series 209 350 -40.3% 2,125 2,957 -28.1%
148 Mercedes-Benz Metris 208 101 105.9% 968 736 31.5%
149 Mercedes-Benz B-Class 207 321 -35.5% 1,469 1,583 -7.2%
150 Nissan Juke 199 399 -50.1% 1,569 2,657 -40.9%
151 Chevrolet Suburban 197 113 74.3% 1009 1,128 -10.6%
152 Hyundai Ioniq 188 0 0.0% 540 0 0.0%
153 Land Rover Discovery Sport 187 153 22.2% 1,308 1,465 -10.7%
154 Ford E-Series 185 190 -2.6% 2,354 2,618 -10.1%
155 Porsche Cayenne 184 238 -22.7% 1143 1,382 -17.3%
156 Acura ILX 170 176 -3.4% 1,179 1,280 -7.9%
157 Mini Countryman 163 74 120.3% 713 462 54.3%
158 Subaru Legacy 157 185 -15.1% 1,471 1,739 -15.4%
159 Ford Fiesta 154 252 -38.9% 1,206 2,164 -44.3%
160 Nissan Leaf 148 152 -2.6% 859 769 11.7%
161 Kia Niro 147 0 0.0% 771 0 0.0%
162 Mazda 5 147 135 8.9% 1,589 949 67.4%
163 Nissan Maxima 144 226 -36.3% 1,375 1,577 -12.8%
164 BMW 2-Series 141 151 -6.6% 1132 1,344 -15.8%
165 Porsche 911 136 164 -17.1% 645 687 -6.1%
166 Lexus ES 132 207 -36.2% 1102 1,225 -10.0%
167 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque 129 116 11.2% 1,159 970 19.5%
168 Nissan NV200 126 146 -13.7% 1095 1112 -1.5%
169 Ford C-Max 124 88 40.9% 760 488 55.7%
170 Volvo XC60 122 170 -28.2% 803 999 -19.6%
171 Volvo S60 121 130 -6.9% 1023 796 28.5%
172 Chevrolet Bolt 117 0 0.0% 983 0 0.0%
173 Infiniti QX50 117 217 -46.1% 1047 1,575 -33.5%
174 Dodge Charger 114 334 -65.9% 3,857 2,744 40.6%
175 Land Rover Range Rover 113 94 20.2% 866 645 34.3%
176 Lincoln MKZ 113 108 4.6% 634 550 15.3%
177 Volvo S90 113 0 0.0% 491 0 0.0%
178 Nissan 370Z 111 112 -0.9% 629 669 -6.0%
179 Toyota 86/Scion FR-S 106 0 0.0% 543 0 0.0%
180 Toyota Venza 104 458 -77.3% 1,525 3,528 -56.8%
181 Mazda MX-5 Miata 103 105 -1.9% 943 734 28.5%
182 Infiniti Q60 99 0 0 737 22 3250.0%
183 Infiniti QX30 96 0 0.0% 757 0 0.0%
184 Buick LaCrosse 90 24 275.0% 509 518 -1.7%
185 Volkswagen Touareg 87 96 -9.4% 674 757 -11.0%
186 Land Rover Discovery 86 0 0.0% 246 0 0.0%
187 Audi TT 85 51 66.7% 278 422 -34.1%
188 Subaru BRZ 85 69 23.2% 546 489 11.7%
189 Nissan Armada 81 21 285.7% 678 296 129.1%
190 Alfa Romeo Giulia 75 0 0.0% 261 0 0.0%
191 Kia Rondo 74 207 -64.3% 452 1,361 -66.8%
192 Buick Regal 71 37 91.9% 437 488 -10.5%
193 Fiat 124 Spider 69 72 -4.2% 504 72 600.0%
194 Ram ProMaster City 68 84 -19.0% 736 1,095 -32.8%
195 Jaguar XE 67 35 91.4% 478 78 512.8%
196 Porsche Panamera 66 40 65.0% 358 169 111.8%
197 Lincoln Continental 65 0 0.0% 374 0 0.0%
198 Nissan NV 65 26 150.0% 393 361 8.9%
199 Audi A6 64 40 60.0% 561 547 2.6%
200 Hyundai Veloster 64 171 -62.6% 1,893 1,204 57.2%
201 Audi A7 63 81 -22.2% 437 513 -14.8%
202 BMW X6 60 70 -14.3% 636 639 -0.5%
203 BMW X4 58 168 -65.5% 781 768 1.7%
204 Porsche Boxster 52 72 -27.8% 237 218 8.7%
205 Chevrolet City Express 49 64 -23.4% 200 460 -56.5%
206 Lexus RC 49 52 -5.8% 288 298 -3.4%
207 Genesis G80 48 0 0.0% 210 0 0.0%
208 Mercedes-Benz G-Class 48 16 200.0% 318 262 21.4%
209 Infiniti QX80 46 98 -53.1% 460 633 -27.3%
210 Toyota Sequoia 45 75 -40.0% 433 449 -3.6%
211 Mercedes-Benz S-Class 44 118 -62.7% 639 600 6.5%
212 Lexus CT 43 44 -2.3% 285 316 -9.8%
213 Lincoln Navigator 42 43 -2.3% 396 294 34.7%
214 Maserati Levante 41 0 0.0% 531 0 0.0%
215 Lexus GX 39 40 -2.5% 327 315 3.8%
216 Toyota Avalon 38 62 -38.7% 264 378 -30.2%
217 Buick Verano 37 541 -93.2% 1,499 4,504 -66.7%
218 Smart Fortwo 36 53 -32.1% 219 653 -66.5%
219 Cadillac CTS 33 48 -31.3% 326 410 -20.5%
220 Lexus LX 33 105 -68.6% 639 399 60.2%
221 BMW 7-Series 31 37 -16.2% 334 286 16.8%
222 BMW i-Series 31 39 -20.5% 237 348 -31.9%
223 BMW 6-Series 30 33 -9.1% 199 306 -35.0%
224 Infiniti QX70 30 32 -6.3% 224 297 -24.6%
225 Lexus LC 29 0 0.0% 61 0 0.0%
226 Maserati Ghibli 29 33 -12.1% 188 212 -11.3%
227 Chrysler 300 28 152 -81.6% 3,263 2,932 11.3%
228 Fiat 500 27 88 -69.3% 633 616 2.8%
229 Cadillac CT6 26 22 18.2% 200 68 194.1%
230 Mercedes-Benz SLC-Class 26 23 13.0% 157 191 -17.8%
231 Hyundai Genesis 25 190 -86.8% 289 1415 -79.6%
232 Jaguar F-Type 25 50 -50.0% 247 368 -32.9%
233 Jaguar XF 20 32 -37.5% 302 343 -12.0%
234 Mercedes-Benz SL-Class 20 35 -42.9% 250 118 111.9%
235 Porsche Cayman 20 57 -64.9% 122 249 -51.0%
236 Nissan GT-R 18 27 -33.3% 95 80 18.8%
237 Cadillac XTS 17 15 13.3% 374 246 52.0%
238 Lexus GS 16 40 -60.0% 197 250 -21.2%
239 Chrysler 200 12 403 -97.0% 2,719 4,378 -37.9%
240 Audi R8 11 29 -62.1% 187 88 112.5%
241 Jaguar XJ 11 35 -68.6% 165 159 3.8%
242 Maserati Quattroporte 9 6 50.0% 81 49 65.3%
243 Mercedes-AMG GT 8 8 0.0% 131 101 29.7%
244 Acura NSX 7 1 600.0% 39 1 3800.0%
245 Alfa Romeo 4C 7 12 -41.7% 43 61 -29.5%
246 Audi A8 7 18 -61.1% 97 145 -33.1%
247 Fiat 500X 7 61 -88.5% 793 561 41.4%
248 Genesis G90 7 0 0.0% 63 0 0.0%
249 Kia Cadenza 7 7 0.0% 71 119 -40.3%
250 Lincoln MKT 7 10 -30.0% 49 67 -26.9%
251 Bentley Bentayga 6 0 - 68 0 0.0%
252 Mitsubishi i MiEV 6 7 -14.3% 50 53 -5.7%
253 Bentley Continental GT 5 5 - 35 37 -5.4%
254 Maserati GranTurismo 5 6 -16.70% 26 52 -50.0%
255 Acura RLX 4 6 -33.3% 41 68 -39.7%
256 Toyota Land Cruiser 4 4 0.0% 94 87 8.0%
257 Dodge Dart 3 112 -97.3% 523 954 -45.2%
258 Dodge Viper 2 3 -33.3% 32 44 -27.3%
259 Infiniti Q70 2 13 -84.6% 49 112 -56.3%
260 Kia K900 2 9 -77.8% 6 23 -73.9%
261 Lexus LS 2 0 0.0% 35 55 -36.4%
262 Bentley Flying Spur 1 2 -50.0% 11 10 10.0%
263 Bentley Mulsanne 1 0 - 4 1 300.0%
264 Fiat 500L 1 30 -96.7% 33 216 -84.7%
265 Scion tC 1 98 -99.0% 64 638 -90.0%
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180,160171,5015.1% 1,212,301 1,147,573 5.6%
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Pickup Trucks
36,55733,5529%256,515225,24813.9%
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Minivans
8,1068,6516.3%54,99755,9531.7%
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Commercial Vans
3,3073,328-0.6%26,26624,2178.5%
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Passenger Cars, SUVs, Crossovers
132,190125,970-4.9%874,523842,1573.8%
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Source: Automakers & Global Automakers Of CanadaANDC * Italicized unranked lines are nothing more than available breakdowns, already included in the model's total, not in addition to the model's total. ² Total Prius Family sales:  ³ Total Santa Fe sales:  † Mini Cooper includes sales of the Hardtop, Convertible, Clubman, Coupe, Roadster, and Paceman. ‡ Total Genesis sales:  ¤ Automakers release sales figures for the E-Class and CLS-Class, M-Class and GLE together, GLK and GLC together, and the Passat and CC together.  ยบ Land Cruiser is a commercial vehicle in Canada. Audi's A4 sales data includes sales of the Allroad.