Top 30 Best-Selling Vehicles In Canada – September 2011 – With Market Share Chart


2011 Dodge Grand Caravan Black

The Ford F-Series has been and remains the best-selling vehicle overall. As was the case in the best-selling trucks post from this past weekend, the F-Series’ lead over the second-ranked vehicle is 3872-sales strong. Again, as was the case in the best-selling trucks post, the Dodge Ram pickup is the second-ranked vehicle here, but here the Ram’s closest challenger is the Honda Civic, Canada’s best-selling car, 1440 sales abaft.

Reports surfaced today that Fiat-run Chrysler would be killing off the Dodge Grand Caravan in the near future in an effort to remove duplicates from dealers. Haven’t you noticed the absence of a Chrysler-badged pickup truck in the automaker’s fleet? The Dodge Avenger will also depart. This will seem strange to Americans, who buy the Grand Caravan in fairly large numbers, but even stranger to Canadians who’ve made the Grand Caravan the third-best-selling vehicle in the country through the first three quarters of 2011.

September 2011 sales of the most popular minivan in Canada were down very slightly. Year-to-date sales are up 3%. The automaker’s remaining minivan will be the Chrysler Town & Country, sales of which jumped 42% to 362 in September. If rumours of the Grand Caravan’s demise prove true, one can assume the Town & Country’s base price will drop and Dodge buyers will migrate to the Chrysler twin. The same reports suggested there’ll be a single crossover introduced to replace both the Grand Caravan and Avenger.

Back on topic, more than half of Canada’s 30 best-selling vehicles reported sales declines in September compared with September of last year. That includes 80% of the ten top sellers. At this point in GoodCarBadCar.net’s monthly sales recap we normally see a market share pie chart which describes the domination of Canada’s 20 best-selling vehicles. This post has been improved and added to, however, the chart remains below. From the F-Series to the Toyota Matrix, Canada’s 20 most popular vehicles owned 48% of the new vehicle market in September. That’s down from 50.2% in August.

Before you check out the chart, scan this list of September’s Top 30 Best-Selling Vehicles In Canada. 

Rank
Vehicle
September 2011
September 2010
Year-To-Date
#1
Ford F-Series
10,039 11,196 74,620
#2
Dodge Ram
6167 4568 48,447
#3
Honda Civic
4727 5972 37,774
#4
Dodge Grand Caravan
4214 4232 44,004
#5
Hyundai Elantra
3715 3279 36,652
#6
Ford Escape
3707 3790 35,322
#7
GMC Sierra
3405 3420 34,046
#8
Mazda 3
3106 3756 28,781
#9
Chevrolet Silverado
3007 3102 29,436
#10
Toyota Corolla
2926 3307 27,608
#11
Volkswagen Jetta
2402 867 20,969
#12
Ford Focus
2298 1634 20,933
#13
Chevrolet Cruze
2197 2857 27,617
#14
Honda CR-V
2131 3057 18,081
#15
Hyundai Accent
2020 1927 17,810
#16
Dodge Journey
1936 2327 23,286
#17
Hyundai Santa Fe
1748 2933 20,016
#18
Kia Sorento
1684 935 11,696
#19
Ford Ranger
1647 1483 12,985
#20
Toyota Matrix
1565 1550 11,015
#21
Ford Edge
1557 2176 12,322
#22
Chevrolet Equinox
1546 1327 17,663
#23
Hyundai Sonata
1490 1196 13,341
#24
Nissan Rogue
1473 1247 10,560
#25
Volkswagen Golf
1437 1462 11,071
#26
Toyota Venza
1427 1293 9455
#27
Toyota RAV4
1374 2233 15,390
#28
Jeep Wrangler
1281 602 13,053
#29
Ford Fusion
1209 1525 15,252
#30
Kia Soul
1209 914 9407

Source: Manufacturers & ANDC
Cruze September 2010 sales data refers to sales of its predecessor, the Cobalt. Year-to-date figures include 360 Cobalts.

Canada Best Selling Autos Market Share Chart September 2011
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