Top 40 Best-Selling Vehicles In Canada - 2010 Year End

2009 Honda Civic sedan
On the rebound in 2010, Chrysler Canada didn't quite return to pre-recession volume levels, but there were significant gains. These gains were manifested in specific models on this list of Canada's best-selling vehicles. 

Dodge Grand Caravan sales shot up 37%, the Ram truck range was up 73%, and Chrysler products also slid into position in the 15th, 39th, and 40th positions. 


Top 40 Best-Selling Vehicles In Canada - 2008 Year End
Top 40 Best-Selling Vehicles In Canada - 2009 Year End


Note, none of these Chrysler products were, in fact, passenger cars, as the company's car sales slid another 24% in 2010.

Overall, the Canadian auto industry reported 1.56 million new vehicle sales, a 7% uptick from a discouraging 2009. Sales of the best-selling Ford F-Series continued to rise in 2010 and it expanded its lead over the second-ranked Honda Civic - Canada's most popular car - to more than 40,000 units. The Civic was just one part, albeit a major one, of a passenger car market that lost more than 30,000 sales. 

The seventh-ranked Ford Escape was once again the top-selling SUV/crossover in Canada. The Hyundai Santa Fe, Honda CR-V, Dodge Journey, Toyota RAV4, Chevrolet Equinox, Ford Edge, Nissan Rogue, Hyundai Tucson, Jeep Wrangler, and Jeep Patriot fell in behind the Escape. Five years earlier, only four of Canada's 40 best-selling autos were utility vehicles.

These were Canada's 40 best-selling vehicles in 2010. Together, they accounted for 66% of the new vehicles sold in Canada that year.

Rank
Best-Selling Vehicle
2010
2009

Change
#1
Ford F-Series
97,913
81,396
20.3%
#2
Honda Civic
57,501
62,654
-8.2%
#3
Dodge Grand Caravan
55,306
40,283
37.3%
#4
Ram P/U
54,267
31,408
72.8%
#5
Mazda 3
47,740
46,943
1.7%
#6
GMC Sierra
45,457
37,316
21.8%
#7
Ford Escape
43,038
36,980
16.4%
#8
Chevrolet Silverado
41,737
36,428
14.6%
#9
Toyota Corolla
38,680
53,933
-28.3%
#10
Hyundai Elantra
34,556
30,675
12.7%
#11
Hyundai Santa Fe
27,882
24,676
13.0%
#12
Chevrolet Cobalt
25,957
14,351
80.9%
#13
Honda CR-V
24,930
18,554
34.4%
#14
Hyundai Accent
24,017
25,220
-4.8%
#15
Dodge Journey
23,785
15,390
54.5%
#16
Ford Focus
23,452
21,831
7.4%
#17
Toyota RAV4
22,810
25,784
-11.5%
#18
Ford Ranger
19,653
20,715
-5.1%
#19
Ford Fusion
19,364
16,526
17.2%
#20
Chevrolet Equinox
19,261
11,759
63.8%
#21
Toyota Matrix
19,093
22,526
-15.2%
#22
Ford Edge
17,040
12,060
41.3%
#23
Volkswagen Golf
15,951
12,725
25.4%
#24
Nissan Versa
15,743
20,097
-21.7%
#25
Volkswagen Jetta
14,758
13,970
5.6%
#26
Honda Accord
14,659
16,017
-8.5%
#27
Nissan Sentra
14,651
13,431
9.1%
#28
BMW 3-Series
14,009
12,610
11.1%
#29
Hyundai Sonata
13,856
8,975
54.4%
#30
Toyota Yaris
13,817
23,773
-41.9%
#31
Kia Forte
13,578
5,734
136.8%
#32
Nissan Altima
13,425
13,852
-3.1%
#33
Nissan Rogue
13,199
11,054
19.4%
#34
Chevrolet Malibu
13,092
12,427
5.4%
#35
Hyundai Tucson
12,923
7,278
77.6%
#36
Toyota Venza
12,468
12,375
0.8%
#37
Toyota Camry
12,251
15,524
-21.1%
#38
Chevrolet Impala
11,434
12,294
-7.0%
#39
Jeep Wrangler
11,062
7,271
52.1%
#40
Jeep Patriot
10,753
7,998
34.4%
Source: Automakers & ANDC

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