Top 247 Best-Selling Vehicles In Canada – February 2012 YTD – Every Vehicle Ranked


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Canada’s auto sales situation continued to improve in February as the market, through two months, is up 13%. As the Ford F-Series, Dodge Ram, and Honda Civic go, so goes the Canadian new vehicle market?

That’s a fairly accurate statement. Let’s assume for a second that everything else remained the same and 157,711 non-F-Series/Rams/Civics were sold in the first two months of 2012, just as there were in the first two months of 2011. But let’s assume F-Series sales rose 21%, Ram sales improved 14%, and Civic sales jumped 110%, which is exactly what happened. With those significant gains made by just three vehicles, Canada’s new vehicle market – all else remaining equal, remember – would have climbed 4.3%. Just with the gains made by three vehicles. 

Those three vehicles, Canada’s two best-selling trucks and the country’s best-selling car, accounted for 15% of all new vehicle sales in January and February after being responsible for 12.7% of all new vehicle sales during the same period of last year. Civic sales were much, much weaker, a year ago, but that’s not to take away from significant year-over-year increases reported by the Ford and Ram pickup trucks.

Elsewhere in these massive rankings of every new vehicle sale in Canada so far this year you’ll find that the Fiat 500 is 37 spots ahead of the Mini Cooper, the Dodge Durango is out-selling the Honda Accord, the Ford Taurus and Range Rover Evoque are equally popular, and the Hyundai Equus is out in front of the Honda CR-Z. There’s much more to it than that, and you can skip past the top 30 to the smaller portion of the market by clicking past the jump. 

You can always find monthly and yearly data for each and every model on sale in North America by accessing the first dropdown menu at GoodCarBadCar’s Sales Stats home.. GoodCarBadCar always updates monthly best seller lists as soon as manufacturers make info available. This exhaustive new form of rankings goes back as far as the 2011 year end numbers and will be updated with year-to-date figures on a monthly basis.

Rank
Vehicle
February 
2012 YTD
February 
2011 YTD

Change
#1
Ford F-Series
13,205 10,882 + 21.3%
#2
Dodge Ram
9327 8185 + 14.0%
#3
Honda Civic
8244 3926 + 110%
#4
Dodge Grand Caravan
7520 9121 – 17.6%
#5
Hyundai Elantra
5755 6212 – 7.4%
#6
Toyota Corolla
4930 4121 + 19.6%
#7
GMC Sierra
4808 5112 – 5.9%
#8
Honda CR-V
4766 3345 + 42.5%
#9
Ford Escape
4572 5765 – 20.7%
#10
Chevrolet Silverado
4397 4695 – 6.3%
#11
Mazda 3
4167 3514 + 18.6%
#12
Dodge Journey
3979 4129 – 3.6%
#13
Chevrolet Cruze
3443 3264 + 5.5%
#14
Volkswagen Jetta
3056 3019 + 1.2%
#15
Hyundai Santa Fe
2946 2684 + 9.8%
#16
Hyundai Accent
2921 2427 + 20.4%
#17
Toyota RAV4
2914 2552 + 14.2%
#18
Chevrolet Equinox
2738 2598 + 5.4%
#19
Ford Focus
2708 2397 + 13.0%
#20
Toyota Camry
2450 787 + 211%
#21
Nissan Rogue
2262 1678 + 34.8%
#22
Hyundai Tucson
1935 2035 – 4.9%
#23
Kia Sorento
1894 1876 + 1.0%
#24
Jeep Wrangler
1860 1063 + 75.0%
#25
Nissan Altima
1772 1698 + 4.4%
#26
Subaru Impreza
1760 1113 + 58.1%
#27
Hyundai Sonata
1721 1640 + 4.9%
#28
Ford Fusion
1667 1751 – 4.8%
#29
Toyota Matrix
1625 2453 – 33.8%
#30
Jeep Grand Cherokee
1620 1352 + 19.8%

Source: Manufacturers & ANDC 
Red font indicates year-over-year declining sales
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Rank
Vehicle
February 
2012 YTD
February 
2011 YTD

Change
#31
Toyota Sienna
1615 1176 + 37.3%
#32
Nissan Sentra
1611 1445 + 11.5%
#33
Kia Forte
1573 1329 + 18.4%
#34
Ford Edge
1565 1596 – 1.9%
#35
GMC Terrain
1549 1342 + 15.4%
#36
Toyota Venza
1503 1342 + 12.0%
T37
Mazda 2
1481 1020 + 45.2%
T37
Volkswagen Golf
1481 1635 – 9.4%
#39
Nissan Versa
1445 1232 + 17.3%
#40
Ford Ranger
1337 1944 – 31.2%
#41
Toyota Yaris
1322 783 + 68.8%
#42
Mercedes-Benz C-Class
1321 1008 + 31.1%
#43
Chrysler 200
1310 209 + 527%
#44
Kia Rio
1282 887 + 44.5%
#45
Kia Optima
1259 32 + 3834%
#46
Jeep Patriot
1251 1170 + 6.9%
#47
Toyota Tacoma
1227 875 + 40.2%
#48
BMW 3-Series
1221 1149 + 6.3%
#49
Honda Odyssey
1100 1276 – 13.8%
#50
Ford Fiesta
1093 1095 – 0.2%
T51
Dodge Charger
1086 272 + 299%
T51
Mercedes-Benz M-Class
1086 491 + 121%
#53
Chevrolet Sonic/Aveo
1069 744 + 43.7%
#54
Chevrolet Impala
1065 1301 – 18.1%
#55
Mitsubishi RVR
1064 1147 – 7.2%
#56
Ford Explorer
1061 779 + 36.2%
#57
Audi Q5
1007 807 + 24.8%
#58
Mitsubishi Lancer
954 702 + 35.9%
#59
Mazda 5
935 1146 – 18.4%
#60
Kia Sportage
899 647 + 38.9%
#61
Lexus RX
896 916 – 2.2%
#62
Nissan Murano
885 590 + 49.7%
#63
Mitsubishi Outlander
873 1020 – 14.4%
#64
Kia Soul
872 1262 – 30.9%
#65
Subaru Outback
863 857 + 0.7%
#66
Fiat 500
854 9 + 9389%
#67
Toyota Tundra
853 815 + 4.7%
#68
Volkswagen Passat
852 301 + 183%
#69
Jeep Compass
838 644 + 30.1%
#70
Audi A4
834 768 + 8.6%
#71
Mazda CX-7
833 825 + 1.0%
#72
Subaru Forester
827 1132 – 26.9%
#73
Chrysler 300
808 198 + 308%
#74
Chevrolet Orlando
804 —– —–
#75
Hyundai Veloster
801 —– —–
#76
Toyota Highlander
795 786 + 1.1%
#77
Volkswagen Tiguan
707 656 + 7.8%
#78
BMW X1
678 —– —–
#79
Mercedes-Benz GLK
672 536 + 25.4%
#80
Dodge Durango
659 116 + 468%
#81
Honda Accord
658 661 – 0.5%
#82
Chevrolet Malibu
634 1057 – 40.0%
#83
Acura MDX
603 537 + 12.3%
#84
Honda Pilot
585 470 + 24.5%
#85
Infiniti G
584 375 + 55.7%
#86
Kia Rondo
563 639 – 11.9%
#87
Acura TL
559 292 + 91.4%
#88
Nissan Pathfinder
535 387 + 38.2%
#89
Dodge Avenger
524 540 – 3.0%
#90
BMW X5
517 592 – 12.7%
#91
Toyota Prius V
514 —– —–
#92
GMC Acadia
511 515 – 0.8%
#93
Honda Fit
493 211 + 134%
#94
BMW X3
442 549 – 19.5%
#95
Lincoln MKX
439 506 – 13.2%
T96
Nissan Frontier
438 210 + 109%
T96
Nissan Juke
438 631 – 30.6%
T98
Chevrolet Traverse
412 662 – 37.8%
T99
Toyota 4Runner
412 389 + 5.9%
#100
Mercedes-Benz 
E-Class & CLS-Class
410 359 + 14.2%
#101
Nissan Titan
401 342 + 17.3%
#102
Mazda 6
400 580 – 31.0%
#103
Mini Cooper
387 390 – 0.8%
#104
Buick LaCrosse
375 349 + 7.4%
T105
Buick Regal
374 267 + 40.1%
T105
Suzuki SX4
374 323 + 15.8%
T107
Nissan Maxima
359 269 + 33.5%
T107
GMC Canyon
358 308 + 16.2%
#109
Cadillac SRX
355 373 – 4.8%
T110
Chevrolet Avalanche
353 482 – 26.8%
T110
Acura RDX
353 311 + 13.5%
#112
Chevrolet Colorado
351 372 – 5.6%
#113
Buick Enclave
350 329 + 6.4%
#114
Cadillac CTS
343 387 – 11.4%
#115
Honda Ridgeline
308 148 + 108%
T116
Chrysler Town & Country
306 464 – 34.1%
T116
Chevrolet Camaro
306 194 + 57.7%
#118
Ford Mustang
305 239 + 27.6%
#119
Volkswagen Touareg
301 262 + 14.9%
#120
Hyundai Veracruz
297 155 + 91.6%
#121
Ford Flex
290 313 – 7.3%
#122
Buick Verano
288 —– —–
#123
Mazda Tribute
286 372 – 23.1%
#124
Suzuki Grand Vitara
280 303 – 7.6%
#125
BMW 5-Series
270 363 – 25.6%
#126
Subaru Legacy
268 349 – 23.2%
#127
Mercedes-Benz 
GL-Class & G-Class
265 193 + 37.3%
#128
Buick Lucerne
256 328 – 22.0%
T129
Ford Taurus
247 250 – 1.2%
T129
Land Rover
Range Rover Evoque
247 —– —–
#131
Audi Q7
246 220 + 11.8%
#132
Lexus IS
235 268 – 12.3%
#133
Audi A5
230 274 – 16.1%
#134
Chevrolet Tahoe
224 134 + 67.2%
#135
Hyundai Genesis Coupe
223 164 + 36.0%
#136
Audi A3
222 146 + 52.1%
#137
GMC Yukon
214 147 + 45.6%
#138
Land Rover
Range Rover Sport
207 185 + 11.9%
#139
Volvo XC60
206 221 – 6.8%
#140
Dodge Caliber
203 591 – 65.7%
#141
Scion tC
201 106 + 89.6%
#142
Toyota Prius
194 255 – 23.9%
#143
Volvo S60
190 143 + 32.9%
#144
Lexus CT200h
186 —– —–
#145
Ford Expedition
185 256 – 27.7%
#146
Lexus ES350
174 195 – 10.8%
#147
Toyota Sequoia
172 133 + 29.3%
#148
Acura TSX
170 138 + 23.2%
#149
Scion xB
167 152 + 9.9%
#150
smart fortwo
161 156 + 3.2%
T151
Mazda CX-5
160 —– —–
T151
Porsche Cayenne
160 191 – 16.2%
#153
Audi A6
159 58 + 174%
#154
Dodge Challenger
151 221 – 31.7%
#155
Mini Countryman
150 —– —–
T156
Nissan Xterra
149 175 – 14.9%
T156
Scion iQ
149 —– —–
#158
Jeep Liberty
148 247 – 40.1%
#159
Honda Crosstour
147 140 + 5.0%
#160
Chevrolet Suburban
144 86 + 67.4%
#161
Mazda CX-9
143 254 – 43.7%
#162
Cadillac Escalade
138 164 – 15.9%
#163
Volkswagen Beetle
137 90 + 52.2%
#164
Infiniti EX35
130 156 – 16.7%
#165
Scion xD
126 61 + 107%
#166
BMW X6
124 151 – 17.9%
#167
Audi A7
123 —– —–
#168
Lincoln MKZ
121 142 – 14.8%
#169
GMC Yukon XL
113 110 + 2.7%
#170
Hyundai Genesis
111 48 + 131%
#171
Suzuki Kizashi
106 132 – 19.7%
#172
Infiniti FX
105 121 – 13.2%
#173
Volvo XC70
103 81 + 27.2%
#174
Nissan Armada
102 100 + 2.0%
#175
Nissan Quest
98 83 + 18.1%
#176
BMW 1-Series
96 152 – 36.8%
#177
Volvo XC90
94 48 + 95.8%
#178
Toyota FJ Cruiser
85 110 – 22.7%
#179
Chevrolet HHR
83 207 – 59.9%
#180
Volvo C30
82 118 – 30.5%
#181
BMW 7-Series
75 46 + 63.0%
#182
Lexus HS
73 29 + 152%
#183
Kia Sedona
72 223 – 67.7%
T184
Infiniti QX56
69 82 – 15.9%
T184
Toyota Avalon
69 45 + 53.3%
#186
Land Rover LR4
68 86 – 20.9%
#187
Mercedes-Benz R-Class
65 65 0%
#188
Lincoln MKS
64 41 + 56.1%
#189
Porsche 911
62 45 + 37.8%
#190
Porsche Panamera
61 43 + 41.9%
T191
Subaru Tribeca
60 67 – 10.4%
T191
Volkswagen Routan
60 83 – 27.7%
#193
Land Rover LR2
59 69 – 14.5%
#194
Land Rover Range Rover
57 48 + 18.8%
#195
Volkswagen Eos
54 52 + 3.8%
#196
Lincoln MKT
53 63 – 15.9%
#197
Lincoln Navigator
52 46 + 13.0%
#198
Toyota Land Cruiser
50 25 + 100%
T199
Mazda MX-5 Miata
49 27 + 81.5%
T199
Mitsubishi Endeavor
49 39 + 25.6%
T201
Mercedes-Benz
S-Class & CL-Class
48 77 – 37.7%
T201
Nissan Cube
48 85 – 43.5%
T201
Nissan LEAF
48 —– —–
T204
Mercedes-Benz SLK
45 17 + 165%
T204
Jaguar XF
45 49 – 8.2%
T204
Audi TT
45 28 + 60.7%
#207
Lexus GX460
43 66 – 34.8%
#208
Lexus HS250h
42 46 – 8.7%
#209
BMW 6-Series
39 1 + 3800%
T210
Dodge Nitro
36 85 – 57.6%
T210
Infiniti M
36 46 – 21.7%
T212
Mitsubishi Eclipse
32 50 – 36.0%
T212
Mitsubishi i MiEV
32 —– —–
#214
Chevrolet Corvette
31 27 + 14.8%
T215
Ford Crown Victoria
30 466 – 93.6%
T215
Audi A8
30 36 – 16.7%
#217
BMW Z4
27 15 + 80.0%
T218
Acura ZDX
26 15 + 73.3%
T218
Nissan 370Z
26 39 – 33.3%
#220
Porsche Cayman
25 11 + 127%
#221
Jaguar XJ
21 20 + 5.0%
#222
Honda CR-Z
19 80 – 76.3%
#223
Chevrolet Volt
18 —– —–
T224
Dodge Dakota
16 204 – 92.2%
T224
Hyundai Equus
16 12 + 33.3%
#226
Honda Insight
14 53 – 73.6%
#227
Nissan GT-R
14 2 + 600%
#228
Audi R8
14 8 + 75.0%
T229
Lexus LS
11 23 – 52.2%
T229
Lexus LX570
11 22 – 50.0%
T231
Mercedes-Benz SL-Class
9 14 – 35.7%
T231
Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG
9 13 – 30.8%
T233
Jaguar XK
8 13 – 38.5%
T233
Mazda RX-8
8 7 + 14.3%
T233
Volvo C70
8 7 + 14.3%
#236
Volvo S80
6 62 – 90.3%
#237
Porsche Boxster
5 13 – 61.5%
T238
Kia Borrego
4 24 – 83.3%
T238
Saab 9-3
4 7 – 42.9%
#240
Acura CSX
3 181 – 98.3%
T241
Cadillac DTS
2 41 – 95.1%
T241
Cadillac STS
2 —– —–
T241
Honda Element
2 59 – 96.6%
T241
Saab 9-5
2 6 – 66.7%
T245
Dodge Viper
1 5 – 80.0%
T245
Mercedes-Benz B-Class
1 450 – 99.8%
T245
Acura RL
1 7 – 85.7%
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Total
200,871 177,772 + 13.0%
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Commercial Vans
3663 2932 + 24.9%
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Overall Market
204,534 180,704 + 13.2%
Source: Manufacturers & ANDC
Red font indicates year-over-year sales decline
Sales data for brands such as Maserati, Ferrari, Lotus, Lamborghini, Bentley, Rolls-Royce etc. are unfortunately not broken down by model

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