Top 30 Best-Selling Vehicles In Canada - 2013 Year End

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In 2012, for the first time, a vehicle line competing in Canada sold more than 100,000 copies. In 2013, the same vehicle, Ford's F-Series, beat 2012's record by 15,967 units, an increase that's better than the total sales achieved by Canada's 27th-best-selling vehicle, the increasingly popular Kia Rio. 

Led by the F-Series, four of Canada's ten best-selling vehicles are pickups. This list of Canada's 30 best-selling vehicles in 2013 also includes one minivan, eleven SUVs and crossovers, and 14 passenger cars. 

That minivan, the Dodge Grand Caravan, is Canada's sixth-best-selling vehicle overall, down from fourth in 2012. The Grand Caravan owns more than half of the Canadian minivan market.


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The SUV/CUV segment is led by the seventh-ranked Ford Escape. The Escape led the way every month except for March (when the RAV4 was the top seller) and December, when CR-V sales blossomed. 

Like its big brother, the F-Series, the Escape reported record sales in 2013, (as did Ford's Fusion, Canada's best-selling midsize car), a feat Honda and Toyota were able to accomplish with the CR-V and RAV4.

Canada's top-selling car suffered a December setback but still managed to expand its lead over its closest rival and ended 2013 9303 sales ahead of the Hyundai Elantra, a gap that fell from 14,012 units in 2012. Civic sales were up 4% before December's plunge.

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. Pertinent links are clickable at the bottom of this post, but you can also find related links at the Best Sellers page. The + icon has been removed from year-over-year improvements in the best seller list below. Look instead for red font to designate year-over-year declines. We've also added prior year data, so you can spend less time hunting around for the numbers you need.

Below, the 30 best-selling vehicles in Canada from calendar year 2013

2014 • 20122011
Rank
Vehicle
2013
2012
%
Change
#1
Ford F-Series
122,325 106,358 15.0%
#2
Dodge Ram
80,248 69,255 15.9%
#3
Honda Civic
64,063 64,962 -1.4%
#4
Hyundai Elantra
54,760 50,950 7.5%
#5
GMC Sierra
46,908 42,712 9.8%
#6
Dodge Grand Caravan
46,732 51,552 -9.3%
#7
Ford Escape
45,141 44,099 2.4%
#8
Toyota Corolla
44,449 40,906 8.7%
#9
Mazda 3
40,466 39,295 3.0%
#10
Chevrolet Silverado
37,490 35,943 4.3%
#11
Honda CR-V
34,481 33,339 3.4%
#12
Chevrolet Cruze
33,184 32,629 1.7%
#13
Toyota RAV4
33,156 25,942 27.8%
#14
Volkswagen Jetta
30,413 26,904 13.0%
#15
Dodge Journey
27,745 28,888 -4.0%
#16
Hyundai Santa Fe Sport *
26,010 23,394 11.2%
#17
Ford Focus
25,781 27,936 -7.7%
#18
Ford Fusion
20,145 16,698 20.6%
#19
Chevrolet Equinox
19,819 20,390 -2.8%
#20
Hyundai Accent
18,884 22,581 -16.4%
#21
Jeep Wrangler
18,578 18,996 -2.2%
#22
Toyota Camry
18,245 18,203 0.2%
#23
Mazda CX-5
17,648 11,301 56.2%
#24
Ford Edge
17,274 18,837 -8.3%
#25
Honda Accord
17,165 9930 72.9%
#26
Nissan Rogue
16,878 14,329 17.8%
#27
Kia Rio
15,601 13,949 11.8%
#28
Kia Sorento
14,542 14,031 3.6%
#29
Hyundai Sonata
14,519 14,572 -0.4%
#30
Nissan Sentra
14,407 11,008 30.9%
Source: Automakers & ANDC
Red font indicates year-over-year declining sales.
* Total Santa Fe Sport/Santa Fe XL sales: up 25% to 29,220 in 2013.


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