January 2014 Canada Vehicle Sales Rankings – Top 238 Best-Selling Vehicles In Canada – Every Vehicle Ranked


2014 Chevrolet Silverado
Canadian Chevrolet Silverado Volume Fell 19% In January 2014

Canadians made the Ford F-Series the country’s best-selling vehicle again in January 2014, although not as many new F-Series’ pickups were registered as there were in January 2013. 

The top-ranked F-Series was joined by two other competing pickup nameplates in the top seven, three in the top eleven, four in the top 35, five in the top 40. The Honda Ridgeline ranked 119th among all vehicles.

2014 Dodge Grand Caravan
The Dodge Grand Caravan Ranked 4th In Canadian Sales
In January 2014 Thanks To A 9% YOY Increase

The fourth-ranked Dodge Grand Caravan led all minivans by claiming 60% of the minivan segment in January 2014.

Cars were led by the Honda Civic, which recorded a 32% year-over-year improvement after falling from 4939 sales in January 2012 to 2503 sales in January 2013. Overall car sales fell around 6% in Canada last month as sales of SUVs and crossovers jumped more than 16%.

There were exciting improvements introduced in October’s rankings of vehicle sales. Prior year figures now include the actual numbers from last year, not just the percentage increases/decreases from last year. As a result, we now include vehicles like the Volkswagen Routan and Volvo C30, nameplates which collected sales in January 2013 but not during January 2014.

2014 Ford Focus
As Ford Focus Sales Fell 18% In January 2014,
Overall Ford Brand Car Sales Slid 26%

More importantly, there are now visible brand results, so when you sort the table by vehicle names to showcase, for example, all Scions together, you’ll also see the Scion brand’s total. Manufacturers are shown in bold to differentiate makes and models. 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.

Reminder: these are January 2014 rankings, but you can rank vehicles by improvements or declines using the % columns. Or, most importantly, you can list automakers together by selecting the Vehicle column header.

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.

Click Column Headers To Sort • January 2015 • February 2014 • December 2013January 2013

Rank
Vehicle
January
2014
January
2013
%
Change
#1 Ford F-Series 6,811 7,212 -5.6%
#2 Dodge Ram P/U ¹ 5,542 5,490 0.9%
#3 Honda Civic 3,315 2,503 32.4%
#4 Dodge Grand Caravan 3,030 2,772 9.3%
#5 Hyundai Elantra 2,685 2,956 -9.2%
#5.1 Hyundai Elantra Sedan/Coupe/GT * 2,685 2,944 -8.8%
#5.2 Hyundai Elantra Touring * 12 -100%
#6 Ford Escape 2,597 2,741 -5.3%
#7 GMC Sierra 2,360 2,547 -7.3%
#7.1 GMC Sierra Crew Cab * 1,614 1,601 0.8%
#7.2 GMC Sierra Extended Cab * 611 735 -16.9%
#7.3 GMC Sierra Regular Cab * 135 211 -36.0%
#8 Mazda 3 2,287 1,658 37.9%
#9 Toyota Corolla 2,210 2,465 -10.3%
#10 Toyota RAV4 2,160 672 221%
#11 Chevrolet Silverado 2,036 2,429 -19.2%
#11.1 Chevrolet Silverado Crew Cab * 1,194 1,478 7.2%
#11.2 Chevrolet Silverado Extended Cab * 641 736 -12.9%
#11.3 Chevrolet Silverado Regular Cab * 201 215 -6.5%
#12 Dodge Journey 1,950 1,996 -2.3%
#13 Volkswagen Jetta 1,891 1,805 4.8%
#14 Nissan Rogue 1,872 823 127%
#15 Honda CR-V 1,437 1,414 1.6%
#16 Jeep Cherokee 1,310
#17 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport ³ 1,289 1,709 -24.6%
#18 Chevrolet Cruze 1,247 2,136 -41.6%
#19 Chevrolet Equinox 1,130 1,035 9.2%
#20 Ford Focus 1,110 1,358 -18.3%
#21 Hyundai Accent 970 755 28.5%
#22 Mazda CX-5 960 782 22.8%
#23 Dodge Dart 919 447 106%
#24 Kia Sorento 864 753 14.7%
#25 Ford Edge 843 789 6.8%
#26 Ford Fusion 828 1,263 -34.4%
#27 Hyundai Tucson 823 707 16.4%
#28 Jeep Wrangler 809 1,048 -22.8%
#29 Subaru Forester 808 335 141%
#30 Nissan Sentra 807 759 6.3%
#31 Jeep Grand Cherokee 791 803 -1.5%
#32 Kia Rio 774 800 -3.3%
#33 Honda Accord 728 888 -18.0%
#34 Nissan Versa 719 521 38.0%
#35 Toyota Tundra 672 456 47.4%
#35.1 Toyota Tundra 4×4 * 660 435 51.7%
#35.2 Toyota Tundra 4×2 * 12 21 -42.9%
#36 Toyota Camry 650 790 -17.7%
#36.1 Toyota Camry * 529 614 -13.8%
#36.2 Toyota Camry Hybrid * 121 176 -31.3%
#37 Volkswagen Tiguan 647 289 124%
#38 Chrysler 200 643 659 -2.4%
#38.1 Chrysler 200 Sedan * 633 641 -1.2%
#38.2 Chrysler 200 Convertible * 10 18 -44.4%
#39 GMC Terrain 634 800 -20.8%
T40.1 Nissan Pathfinder 622 399 55.9%
T40.2 Toyota Tacoma 622 581 7.1%
T40.3 Toyota Tacoma 4×4 * 587 552 6.3%
T40.4 Toyota Tacoma 4×2 * 35 29 20.7%
#42 Subaru Impreza 615 478 28.7%
#43 Ford Explorer 597 623 -4.2%
#44 Toyota Sienna 579 620 -6.6%
#45 Honda Odyssey 570 569 0.2%
#46 Mercedes-Benz C-Class 556 393 41.5%
#47 Kia Forte 548 549 -0.2%
#48 Kia Optima 508 532 -4.5%
#49 Volkswagen Passat & CC ¤ 496 345 43.8%
#50 Toyota Venza 493 546 -9.7%
#51 Nissan Altima 489 499 -2.0%
#52 Fiat 500 483 328 47.3%
#52.1 Fiat 500 * 320 278 15.1%
#52.2 Fiat 500C * 163 50 226%
#53 Hyundai Sonata 444 804 -44.8%
#54 BMW X5 441 193 128%
#55 Audi Q5 438 435 0.7%
#56 Lexus RX 437 414 5.6%
#56.1 Lexus RX350 * 383 364 5.2%
#56.2 Lexus RX450h * 54 50 8.0%
#57 Subaru Outback 416 438 -5.0%
#58 Mitsubishi Outlander 415 343 21.0%
#59 Kia Sportage 413 422 -2.1%
#60 Toyota Highlander 391 387 1.0%
#60.1 Toyota Highlander * 340 328 3.7%
#60.2 Toyota Highlander Hybrid * 51 59 -13.6%
#61 Kia Rondo 387 216 79.2%
#62 Ford Fiesta 381 482 -21.0%
#63 Mitsubishi Lancer 378 456 -17.1%
#64 Toyota Yaris 375 310 21.0%
#65 BMW 3-Series 374 676 -44.7%
#66 Volkswagen Golf 373 673 -44.6%
#67 Acura MDX 355 257 38.1%
#68 Kia Soul 346 323 7.1%
T69 Chevrolet Sonic 345 601 -42.6%
T69 Chevrolet Trax 345 260 32.7%
#71 Acura RDX 322 370 -13.0%
#72 Toyota Matrix 315 673 -53.2%
#73 Honda Pilot 307 272 12.9%
#74 Jeep Patriot 303 726 -58.3%
#75 Audi A4 º 301 332 -9.3%
#80 Toyota 4Runner 298 190 56.8%
#76 Mitsubishi RVR 297 579 -48.7%
#77 Infiniti QX60/JX35 296 160 85.0%
#78 Jeep Compass 294 799 -63.2%
#79 Subaru XV Crosstrek 292 404 -27.7%
#81 Dodge Durango 288 138 109%
#82 Mercedes-Benz GLK-Class 287 256 12.1%
#83 Mercedes-Benz M-Class 283 283 0.0%
#84 Honda Fit 277 336 -17.6%
#85 GMC Acadia 265 277 -4.3%
#86 Lincoln MKX 262 174 50.6%
T87 BMW X1 250 89 181%
T87 Hyundai Santa Fe XL ³ 250
#89 Dodge Charger 248 395 -37.2%
#90 Mitsubishi Mirage 234
#91 Buick Encore 232 1 23,100%
#92 Nissan Frontier 227 162 40.1%
#93 Buick Verano 222 226 -1.8%
T94 BMW X3 221 281 -21.4%
T94 Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class 221
#96 Infiniti Q50 ± 220 112 96.4%
#97 Cadillac SRX 216 175 23.4%
#98 Land Rover Range Rover Sport 215 108 99.1%
#99 Chrysler Town & Country 212 619 -65.8%
#100 Chevrolet Malibu 207 498 -58.4%
#101 Mercedes-Benz E-Class & CLS-Class ¤ 198 117 69.2%
#102 Nissan Juke 196 179 9.5%
#103 Mercedes-Benz B-Class 191 201 -5.0%
#104 BMW 5-Series 187 191 -2.1%
#105 Nissan Titan 184 167 10.2%
#106 Dodge Avenger 183 424 -56.8%
#107 Lexus IS 177 52 240%
#107.1 Lexus IS250/IS350 Sedan * 171 46 272%
#107.2 Lexus ISC * 6 5 20%
#107.3 Lexus ISF * 1 -100%
#108 Chevrolet Traverse 169 184 -8.2%
#109 Buick Enclave 167 195 -14.4%
#110 Ford Taurus 157 197 -20.3%
#111 Toyota Prius V ² 156 162 -3.7%
#112 Nissan Murano 153 218 -29.8%
#113 Mini Countryman 150 97 54.6%
T114.1 Chrysler 300 142 230 -38.3%
T114.2 Lexus ES 142 170 -16.5%
T114.3 Lexus ES350 * 104 117 -11.1%
T114.4 Lexus ES300h * 38 53 -28.3%
#116 Hyundai Veloster 139 219 -36.5%
T117 Mazda 2 137 285 -51.9%
T117 Volkswagen Touareg 137 135 1.5%
#119 Honda Ridgeline 136 123 10.6%
#120 Cadillac ATS 133 106 25.5%
#121 Volvo S60 133 108 23.1%
#122 Volkswagen Beetle 130 86 51.2%
#123 Porsche Cayenne 129 88 46.6%
#124 Subaru Legacy 128 102 25.5%
#125 Mazda 5 127 296 -57.1%
#126 Chevrolet Orlando 123 482 -74.5%
T127 Mercedes-Benz S-Class & CL-Class ¤ 118 26 354%
T127 Audi Q7 118 103 14.6%
#129 Toyota Prius C ² 116 106 9.4%
T130.1 Fiat 500L 113
T130.2 Infiniti QX50/EX 113 124 -8.9%
T130.3 Toyota Prius ² 113 161 -29.8%
T130.1 Toyota Prius Sedan * 109 128 -14.8%
T130.2 Toyota Prius Plug-In * 156 162 -3.7%
#133 BMW 4-Series 111
T134 Mazda 6 108 535 -79.8%
T134 Audi A5 108 77 40.3%
#136 Acura ILX 107 190 -43.7%
T137 Ford Mustang 105 123 -14.6%
T137 Chevrolet Spark 105 87 20.7%
#139 Mercedes-Benz GL-Class 102 178 -42.7%
#140 Chevrolet Corvette 94 13 623%
#141 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque 90 90 0.0%
T142 Land Rover Range Rover 87 84 3.6%
T142 Mazda CX-9 87 180 -51.7%
#144 Volvo XC60 82 82 0.0%
#145 Lincoln MKZ 80 29 176%
T146 Ford Expedition 79 122 -35.2%
T146 Acura TL 79 111 -28.8%
#148 Ford Flex 75 108 -30.6%
#149 Chevrolet Impala 74 117 -36.8%
#150 Audi A7 70 38 84.2%
T151 GMC Yukon 67 66 1.5%
T151 Toyota Sequoia 67 60 11.7%
T153 Chevrolet Camaro 66 87 -24.1%
T153 Chevrolet Volt 66 44 50.0%
#155 Nissan Xterra 65 59 10.2%
T156 Ford C-Max 63 158 -60.1%
T156 Lincoln MKS 63 24 163%
T158 Mini Cooper  62 113 -45.1%
T158 Chevrolet Tahoe 62 61 1.6%
T158 Nissan Maxima 62 103 -39.8%
#161 Lexus GX460 60 26 131%
#162 Audi A6 58 48 20.8%
#163 Scion FR-S 57 123 -53.7%
T164 Dodge Challenger 53 82 -35.4%
T164 Hyundai Genesis Sedan  53 65 -18.5%
#166 Toyota FJ Cruiser 51 47 8.5%
T167 Honda Crosstour 48 85 -43.5%
T167 Mazda MX-5 Miata 48 16 200%
T169 Cadillac CTS 47 57 -17.5%
T169 Hyundai Genesis Coupe  47 46 2.2%
T171 Infiniti QX80/QX56 46 27 70.4%
T171 Toyota Avalon 46 105 -56.2%
T173 GMC Yukon XL 45 35 28.6%
T173 Scion tC 45 53 -15.1%
T175 Smart Fortwo 43 34 26.5%
T175 Buick Regal 43 98 -56.1%
T175 Land Rover LR4 43 23 87.0%
#178 Subaru BRZ 42 41 2.4%
#179 Nissan Leaf 41 37 10.8%
#180 BMW X6 39 40 -2.5%
#181 Volvo V60 37
T182 Lincoln MKT 36 21 71.4%
T182 Acura TSX 36 78 -53.8%
T182 Kia Sedona 36 78 -53.8%
T182 Scion xB 36 44 -18.2%
T186 Jaguar XF 35 10 250%
T186 Scion iQ 35 46 -23.9%
T188 Cadillac XTS 33 60 -45.0%
T188 Land Rover LR2 33 34 -2.9%
T188 Nissan Armada 33 30 10.0%
T188 Volvo XC70 33 52 -36.5%
T192.1 Cadillac Escalade 32 63 -49.2%
T192.2 Cadillac Escalade * 22 31 -29.0%
T192.3 Cadillac Escalade ESV * 7 10 -30.0%
T192.4 Cadillac Escalade EXT * 3 22 -86.4%
T192.5 Volvo XC90 32 27 18.5%
T194.1 Infiniti QX70/FX 31 49 -36.7%
T194.2 Lexus GS 31 46 -32.6%
T194.3 Lexus GS350 * 31 41 -24.4%
T194.4 Lexus GS450h * 5 -100%
T196 Lincoln Navigator 30 24 25.0%
T196 Chevrolet Suburban 30 51 -41.2%
T196 Lexus CT200h 30 79 -62.0%
#199 BMW 6-Series 27 18 50.0%
#200 Buick LaCrosse 26 52 -50.0%
#201 Lexus LX570 25 16 56.3%
#202 Scion xD 24 24 0.0%
#203 BMW 7-Series 23 17 35.3%
#204 Jaguar F-Type 21
T205 Mercedes-Benz G-Class 19 13 46.2%
T205 Porsche Panamera 19 19 0.0%
T207 Infiniti G/Q60 ± 18 23 -21.7%
T207 Subaru Tribeca 18 15 20.0%
#209 Porsche 911 17 45 -62.2%
#210 Toyota Land Cruiser º 14 2 600%
T211.1 Acura RLX/RL ¤ 12
T211.2 Infiniti Q70/M 12 26 -53.8%
T211.3 Nissan 370Z 12 9 33.3%
T211.4 Lexus LS 12 11 9.1%
T211.5 Lexus LS460 * 12 9 33.3%
T211.6 Lexus LS600hL * 2 -100%
T215 Mercedes-Benz SLK-Class 11 9 22.2%
T215 Jaguar XJ 11 35 -68.6%
T215 Audi A8 11 15 -26.7%
#218 Nissan Quest 10 32 -68.8%
#219 Volkswagen Eos 9 29 -69.0%
T220 Mitsubishi i MiEV 8 4 100%
T220 Audi TT 8 12 -33.3%
T220 Porsche Boxster 8 9 -11.1%
T223 BMW Z4 7 2 250%
T223 Kia Cadenza 7
#225 Volvo S80 6 3 100%
T226 Jaguar XK 5 1 400%
T226 Porsche Cayman 5
T228 Dodge (SRT) Viper ¹ 4
T228 Mercedes-Benz SL-Class 4 22 -81.8%
T228 Hyundai Equus 4 4 0.0%
T228 Nissan Cube 4 13 -69.2%
T232 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG 3 4 -25.0%
T232 Audi R8 3 2 50.0%
T234 Chevrolet Avalanche 2 264 -99.2%
T234 Honda CR-Z 2 4 -50.0%
T234 Nissan GT-R 2 3 -33.3%
T237 BMW 1-Series 1 94 -98.9%
T237 Acura ZDX 1 3 -66.7%
#240 Suzuki SX4 161 -100%
#241 Suzuki Grand Vitara 94 -100%
#242 Hyundai Veracruz 84 -100%
#243 Audi A3 45 -100%
#244 Mercedes-Benz R-Class 31 -100%
#245 Suzuki Kizashi 23 -100%
#246 Chevrolet Colorado 18 -100%
#247 Honda Insight 17 -100%
#248 Volkswagen Routan 11 -100%
#249 GMC Canyon 9 -100%
#250 Volvo C30 8 -100%
#251 Jeep Liberty 6 -100%
#252 Dodge Caliber 1 -100%
#253 Mitsubishi Eclipse 1 -100%
#254 Lexus LFA 1 -100%
#255 Ford -Brand ^ 14,055 15,921 -11.7%
#256 Dodge/Ram -Brand ^ 12,598 11,795 6.8%
#257 Toyota -Brand 9,319 8,333 11.8%
#258 Honda -Brand 6,820 6,211 9.8%
#259 Hyundai -Brand 6,704 7,349 -8.8%
#260 Chevrolet -Brand ^ 6,287 8,741 -28.1%
#261 Nissan -Brand ^ 5,624 4,101 37.1%
#262 Kia -Brand 3,883 3,673 5.7%
#263 Mazda -Brand 3,754 3,752 0.1%
#264 Volkswagen -Brand 3,683 3,373 9.2%
#265 GMC -Brand 3,553 3,987 -10.9%
#266 Jeep -Brand 3,507 3,382 3.7%
#267 Subaru -Brand 2,319 1,813 27.9%
#268 Mercedes-Benz -Brand ^ 2,235 1,745 28.1%
#269 BMW -Brand 1,681 1,601 5.0%
#270 Mitsubishi -Brand 1,332 1,383 -3.7%
#271 Audi -Brand 1,115 1,107 0.7%
#272 Chrysler -Brand 997 1,508 -33.9%
#273 Lexus -Brand 914 815 12.1%
#274 Acura -Brand 912 1,009 -9.6%
#275 Infiniti -Brand 736 521 41.3%
#276 Buick -Brand 690 572 20.6%
#277 Fiat -Brand 596 328 81.7%
#278 Lincoln -Brand 471 272 73.2%
#279 Land Rover -Brand 468 339 38.1%
#280 Cadillac -Brand 461 461 0.0%
#281 Volvo -Brand 323 280 15.4%
#282 Mini -Brand 212 210 1.0%
#283 Scion -Brand 197 290 -32.1%
#284 Porsche -Brand 178 161 10.6%
#285 Jaguar -Brand 72 46 56.5%
#286 Maserati -Brand 25 8 213%
#287 Bentley -Brand 10 15 -33.3%
#288 Suzuki -Brand 278 -100%
Overall Market
95,796 95,434 0.4%
Total Market
94,270 93,712 0.6%
1,526 1,722 -11.4%

Source: Automakers & ANDC
Red font indicates year-over-year declining sales
* Italicized unranked lines are nothing more than available breakdowns, already included in the model’s total, not in addition to the model’s total.
^ Brand total includes sales of commercial vans. Dodge/Ram sales figures are isolated here.
¹ Chrysler markets the Ram not as a Dodge but as a Ram, but we show it and the SRT Viper here as Dodges so you can see the vehicles with like-minded products when you sort vehicles alphabetically using the Vehicle column header.
² Total Prius Family sales: down 10.3% to 385 units.
³ Total Santa Fe sales: down 9.9% to 1539
† Mini Cooper includes sales of the Hardtop, Convertible, Clubman, Coupe, Roadster, and Paceman.
‡ Total Genesis sales: down 9.9% to 100
± Total Infiniti G/Q50/Q60 sales: up 76.3% to 238
¤ Automakers release sales figures for the E-Class and CLS-Class together, S-Class and CL-Class together, RL and RLX together, Passat and CC together.
º Land Cruiser is a commercial vehicle in Canada. Audi’s A4 sales data includes sales of the Allroad.
Sales data for brands such as Ferrari, Lamborghini are unfortunately not broken down by model. ANDC estimates say sales for those brands in January were 18 and 4, respectively. Total Maserati and Bentley volume is reported, but not by specific models. It is believed that Tesla sold 638 copies of their Model S in 2013, but Tesla doesn’t issue monthly sales reports.
This post was updated at 1:28 PM on 04.14.2014 to include 9 extra 4Runner sales.

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