February 2014 Canada Passenger Car Sales Rankings - Top 136 Best-Selling Cars In Canada - Every Car Ranked

2013 Hyundai Veloster grey
Canadians registered fewer than 42,000 passenger cars in February 2014, a drop of nearly 4000 units compared with February 2013. Passenger cars accounted for just 39% of the auto industry's overall volume in February, way down from 44% in the same period one year ago.

It started at the top... (and now we're here?) The best-selling Hyundai Elantra reported a 6% drop. The Elantra's 3327 sales were still enough to land the compact Hyundai ahead of the Honda Civic, but the Elantra's loss was just a sign of what the car rankings had in store for us.


Through the first two months of 2014, car sales are down 7%, a 6000+ decline in the number of units sold. This isn't simply something we blame on poor weather and the inability of Canadians to shovel out their driveways in order to get to the new car store. Canadians registered a massive increase in the number of SUVs and crossovers sold in January and February. Admittedly, they're certainly not all gas guzzlers, particularly the ones Canadians are actually buying: Escapes, CR-Vs, RAV4s, Rogues, and the like. 

For companies which, like Hyundai, specialize in cars, this spells trouble. Hyundai's Santa Fe and Tucson are popular, but their crossover range is small. Hyundai relied on its car division - Accent, Elantra, Equus, Genesis, Genesis Coupe, Sonata, Veloster - for 71% of its overall volume in February 2013. But as car sales at Hyundai slid 13% in February 2014, the car division generated just 67% of the brand's total volume. The brand's crossovers were up 7%, but that wasn't nearly enough to stop Hyundai's Canadian dealers from selling 646 fewer new vehicles last month than in February 2013.

The fact that Canadians bought 131 fewer Velosters in February 2014 than in February 2013 won't spell doom and gloom, not by itself. But Mazda sold 333 fewer 6s and 536 fewer 2s. Dodge sold 376 fewer cars. Ford's Focus was down by 362 units; Chevrolet sold 258 fewer Malibus; Kia sold 237 fewer Optimas.

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 Lexus LFA and Audi A3, nameplates which collected sales in February 2013 but not during February 2014.

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 2014 year-to-date rankings, but you can sort cars by February volume by clicking the February 2014 column header, or you can rank cars by improvements or declines using the % columns. Or, most importantly, you can list automakers together by selecting the Car 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 • February 2015 • March 2014 • January 2014
Rank
Car
February
2014
YTD
February
2013
YTD
%
Change
February
2014
February
2013
% Change
#1
Honda Civic
6,386
5,280
20.9%
3,071
2,777
10.6%
#2
Hyundai Elantra
6,012
6,493
-7.4%
3,327
3,537
-5.9%
#2.1
Hyundai Elantra Sedan/Coupe/GT *
6,012
6,469
-7.1%
3,327
3,525
-5.6%
#2.2
Hyundai Elantra Touring *
---
24
-100%
---
12
-100%
#3
Toyota Corolla
4,841
4,723
2.5%
2,631
2,258
16.5%
#4
Mazda 3
4,623
4,003
15.5%
2,336
2,345
-0.4%
#5
Volkswagen Jetta
3,972
4,023
-1.3%
2,081
2,218
-6.2%
#6
Chevrolet Cruze
3,070
4,008
-23.4%
1,823
1,872
-2.6%
#7
Ford Focus
2,178
2,788
-21.9%
1,068
1,430
-25.3%
#8
Hyundai Accent
1,979
1,929
2.6%
1,009
1,174
-14.1%
#9
Ford Fusion
1,768
2,346
-24.6%
940
1,083
-13.2%
#10
Nissan Sentra
1,727
1,677
3.0%
920
918
0.2%
#11
Honda Accord
1,653
1,864
-11.3%
925
976
-5.2%
#12
Kia Rio
1,625
1,745
-6.9%
851
945
-9.9%
#13
Nissan Versa
1,445
1,182
22.3%
726
661
9.8%
#14
Toyota Camry
1,413
1,674
-15.6%
763
884
-13.7%
#14.1
Toyota Camry *
1,157
1,322
-12.5%
628
708
-11.3%
#14.2
Toyota Camry Hybrid *
256
352
-27.3%
135
176
-23.3%
#15
Dodge Dart
1,334
957
39.4%
415
510
-18.6%
#16
Kia Forte
1,274
1,060
20.2%
726
511
42.1%
#17
Chrysler 200
1,197
1,364
-12.2%
554
705
-21.4%
#17.1
Chrysler 200 Sedan *
1,185
1,331
-11.0%
552
690
-20.0%
#17.2
Chrysler 200 Convertible *
12
33
-63.6%
2
15
-86.7%
#18
Hyundai Sonata
1,190
1,874
-36.5%
746
1,070
-30.3%
#19
Subaru Impreza
1,157
1,010
14.6%
542
532
1.9%
#20
Ford Fiesta
1,095
1,081
1.3%
714
599
19.2%
#21
Nissan Altima
1,089
1,135
-4.1%
600
636
-5.7%
#22
Kia Soul
1,043
735
41.9%
697
412
69.2%
#23
Volkswagen Passat & CC ¤
1,020
828
23.2%
524
483
8.5%
#24
Kia Optima
974
1,235
-21.1%
466
703
-33.7%
#25
BMW 3-Series
967
1,302
-25.7%
593
626
-5.3%
#26
Toyota Venza
959
1,056
-9.2%
466
510
-8.6%
#27
Mercedes-Benz C-Class
928
927
0.1%
372
534
-30.3%
#28
Subaru Outback
825
885
-6.8%
409
447
-8.5%
#29
Fiat 500
802
739
8.5%
319
411
-22.4%
#29.1
Fiat 500 *
579
597
-3.0%
259
319
-18.8%
#29.2
Fiat 500C *
223
142
57.0%
60
92
-34.8%
#30
Mitsubishi Lancer
794
938
-15.4%
416
482
-13.7%
#31
Chevrolet Sonic
768
1,260
-39.0%
423
659
-35.8%
#32
Toyota Yaris
768
606
26.7%
393
296
32.8%
#33
Dodge Charger
743
680
9.3%
495
285
73.7%
#34
Subaru XV Crosstrek
738
774
-4.7%
446
370
20.5%
#35
Toyota Matrix
728
1,294
-43.7%
413
621
-33.5%
#36
Audi A4 º
720
689
4.5%
419
357
17.4%
#37
Honda Fit
668
726
-8.0%
391
390
0.3%
#38
Mitsubishi Mirage
566
---
---
332
---
---
#39
Chevrolet Malibu
533
1,082
-50.7%
326
584
-44.2%
#41
Volkswagen Golf
531
1,307
-59.4%
158
634
-75.1%
#41
Buick Verano
522
511
2.2%
300
285
5.3%
#42
Chevrolet Spark
457
627
-27.1%
352
540
-34.8%
#43
Infiniti Q50 ±
451
229
96.9%
231
117
97.4%
#44
Lexus IS
431
114
278%
254
62
310%
#44.1
Lexus IS250/IS350 *
412
97
325%
241
51
373%
#44.2
Lexus ISC *
18
13
38.5%
12
8
50.0%
#44.3
Lexus ISF *
1
4
-75.0%
1
3
-66.7%
#45
Chrysler 300
417
510
-18.2%
275
280
-1.8%
#46
Mercedes-Benz B-Class
392
379
3.4%
201
178
12.9%
#47
Mercedes-Benz E-Class & CLS-Class ¤
379
300
26.3%
181
183
-1.1%
#48
Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class
374
---
---
153
---
---
#49
Cadillac ATS
335
270
24.1%
202
164
23.2%
#50
Hyundai Veloster
327
538
-39.2%
188
319
-41.1%
#51
Toyota Prius V ²
304
318
-4.4%
148
156
-5.1%
#52
BMW 5-Series
298
331
-10.0%
111
140
-20.7%
#53
Ford Mustang
297
230
29.1%
192
107
79.4%
#54
Mazda 2
284
968
-70.7%
147
683
-78.5%
#55
Ford Taurus
271
486
-44.2%
114
289
-60.6%
#56
Mazda 6
269
1,029
-73.9%
161
494
-67.4%
#57
Chevrolet Impala
264
316
-16.5%
190
199
-4.5%
#58
Subaru Legacy
257
231
11.3%
129
129
0.0%
#59
Lexus ES
253
346
-26.9%
111
176
-36.9%
#59.1
Lexus ES350 *
175
253
-30.8%
71
136
-47.8%
#59.2
Lexus ES300h *
78
93
-16.1%
40
40
0.0%
#60
Dodge Avenger
248
953
-74.0%
65
529
-87.7%
#61
Toyota Prius C ²
240
244
-1.6%
124
138
-10.1%
#62
Acura ILX
226
369
-38.8%
119
179
-33.5%
#63
BMW 4-Series
224
---
---
113
---
---
#64
Audi A5
221
213
3.8%
113
136
-16.9%
#65
Volkswagen Beetle
212
215
-1.4%
82
129
-36.4%
#66
Volvo S60
206
186
10.8%
73
78
-6.4%
#67
Fiat 500L
192
---
---
79
---
---
#68
Chevrolet Corvette
186
24
675%
92
11
736%
#69
Mercedes-Benz S-Class & CL-Class ¤
185
51
263%
67
25
168%
#70
Toyota Prius ²
184
316
-41.8%
71
155
-54.2%
#70.1
Toyota Prius Sedan *
176
258
-31.8%
67
130
-48.5%
#70.2
Toyota Prius Plug-In *
8
58
-86.2%
4
25
-84.0%
#71
Acura TL
175
236
-25.8%
96
125
-23.2%
#72
Chevrolet Volt
164
95
72.6%
98
51
92.2%
#73
Hyundai Genesis Sedan 
142
140
1.4%
89
75
18.7%
#74
Nissan Maxima
141
205
-31.2%
79
102
-22.5%
T75
Smart Fortwo
138
94
46.8%
95
60
58.3%
T75
Lincoln MKZ
138
54
156%
58
25
132%
#77
Mini Cooper 
135
295
-54.2%
73
182
-59.9%
#78
Chevrolet Camaro
134
163
-17.8%
68
76
-10.5%
#79
Audi A7
124
79
57.0%
54
41
31.7%
#80
Hyundai Genesis Coupe 
117
119
-1.7%
70
73
-4.1%
#81
Audi A6
111
103
7.8%
53
55
-3.6%
#82
Ford C-Max
110
320
-65.6%
47
162
-71.0%
T83
Lexus CT200h
107
127
-15.7%
77
48
60.4%
T83
Scion FR-S
107
204
-47.5%
50
81
-38.3%
T85
Cadillac CTS
105
93
12.9%
58
36
61.1%
T85
Nissan Leaf
105
74
41.9%
64
37
73.0%
#87
Subaru BRZ
103
88
17.0%
61
47
29.8%
#88
Toyota Avalon
101
190
-46.8%
55
85
-35.3%
T89
Dodge Challenger
95
153
-37.9%
42
71
-40.8%
T89
Scion tC
95
109
-12.8%
50
56
-10.7%
#91
Buick Regal
94
160
-41.3%
51
62
-17.7%
#92
Jaguar XF
93
55
69.1%
58
45
28.9%
#93
Mazda MX-5 Miata
91
36
153%
43
20
115%
#94
Honda Crosstour
90
197
-54.3%
42
112
-62.5%
#95
Acura TSX
86
167
-48.5%
50
89
-43.8%
#96
Scion xB
81
86
-5.8%
45
42
7.1%
#97
Volvo XC70
77
90
-14.4%
44
38
15.8%
T98
Lincoln MKS
70
71
-1.4%
7
47
-85.1%
T98
Volvo V60
70
----
33
----
#100
Cadillac XTS
67
112
-40.2%
34
52
-34.6%
#101
Scion iQ
65
91
-28.6%
30
45
-33.3%
#102
Acura RLX/RL ¤
63
5
1,160%
51
5
920%
#103
BMW 6-Series
60
43
39.5%
33
25
32.0%
#104
Buick LaCrosse
56
151
-62.9%
30
99
-69.7%
#105
Lexus GS
54
83
-34.9%
23
37
-37.8%
#105.1
Lexus GS350 *
54
74
-27.0%
23
33
-30.3%
#105.2
Lexus GS450h *
---
9
-100%
---
4
-100%
#106
Infiniti G/Q60 ±
52
60
-13.3%
34
37
-8.1%
T107
Jaguar F-Type
48
---
---
27
---
---
T107
Scion xD
48
46
4.3%
24
22
9.1%
#109
Porsche 911
47
92
-48.9%
30
47
-36.2%
#110
BMW 7-Series
39
24
62.5%
16
7
129%
#111
Porsche Panamera
38
37
2.7%
19
18
5.6%
#112
Mercedes-Benz SLK-Class
30
23
30.4%
19
14
35.7%
T113
Jaguar XJ
25
64
-60.9%
14
29
-51.7%
T113
Nissan 370Z
25
17
47.1%
13
8
62.5%
T113
Audi TT
25
28
-10.7%
17
16
6.3%
T113
Volkswagen Eos
25
60
-58.3%
16
31
-48.4%
#117
Audi A8
23
33
-30.3%
12
18
-33.3%
#118
Porsche Boxster
22
33
-33.3%
14
24
-41.7%
#119
Lexus LS
21
23
-8.7%
9
12
-25.0%
#119.1
Lexus LS460 *
21
20
5.0%
9
11
-18.2%
#119.2
Lexus LS600hL *
---
3
-100%
---
1
-100%
#120
Infiniti Q70/M
20
52
-61.5%
8
26
-69.2%
#121
Mercedes-Benz SL-Class
17
56
-69.6%
13
34
-61.8%
T122
BMW Z4
15
5
200%
8
3
167%
T122
Porsche Cayman
15
5
200%
10
5
100%
#124
Mitsubishi i MiEV
12
9
33.3%
4
5
-20.0%
#125
Kia Cadenza
11
---
---
4
---
---
#126
Dodge (SRT) Viper ¹
9
1
800%
5
1
400%
T127
Honda CR-Z
8
7
14.3%
6
3
100%
T127
Nissan Cube
8
31
-74.2%
4
18
-77.8%
T127
Audi R8
8
5
60.0%
5
3
66.7%
T130
Jaguar XK
7
5
40.0%
2
4
-50.0%
T130
Volvo S80
7
5
40.0%
1
2
-50.0%
T132
Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG
6
7
-14.3%
3
3
0.0%
T132
Hyundai Equus
6
6
0.0%
2
2
0.0%
#134
Nissan GT-R
3
6
-50.0%
1
3
-66.7%
T135
BMW 1-Series
1
344
-99.7%
---
250
-100%
T135
Cadillac ELR
1
---
---
1
---
---
#244
Suzuki SX4
---
298
-100%
---
137
-100%
#247
Audi A3
---
110
-100%
---
65
-100%
#248
Mercedes-Benz R-Class
---
54
-100%
---
23
-100%
#249
Volvo C30
---
50
-100%
---
42
-100%
#250
Suzuki Kizashi
---
44
-100%
---
21
-100%
#251
Honda Insight
---
25
-100%
---
8
-100%
#255
Volvo C70
---
5
-100%
---
5
-100%
#256
Dodge Caliber
---
3
-100%
---
2
-100%
#257
Mitsubishi Eclipse
---
1
-100%
---
---
---
#258
Lexus LFA
---
1
-100%
---
---
---
---
---
------ --- --- --- ---
---
Total
79,19585,546-7.3% 41,716 45,480 -8.3%
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.
¹ Chrysler now markets the Viper as an SRT, but we show it here with Dodge so when you click the Car column header, you will see the Viper with with like-branded products. 
² Total Prius Family sales: down 23.6% to 343 in February, down 17.1% to 728 YTD.
† Mini Cooper includes sales of the Hardtop, Convertible, Clubman, Coupe, Roadster, and Paceman.
‡ Total Genesis sales: up 7.4% to 159 in February, level at 259 YTD.
± Total Infiniti G/Q50/Q60 sales: up 72.1% to 265 in February, up 74% to 503 YTD.
¤ 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 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 February were 18 and 4, respectively. Total Maserati and Bentley volume is reported, but not by specific models. It is believed that Tesla sold 20 copies of their Model S in January 2014, but Tesla doesn't issue monthly sales reports.

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