August 2014 Canada Passenger Car Sales Rankings - Top 142 Best-Selling Cars In Canada - Every Car Ranked

2014 Kia Forte 5
Canadian car sales rebounded slightly in August 2014 as leading small cars like the Toyota Corolla, Mazda 3, Hyundai Accent, and Kia Rio contributed substantial improvements. Year-to-date, the car market is down despite record-setting overall new vehicle sales in Canada.

The Honda Civic is not subject to that decline. Canada's best-selling car in each of the last 16 years will end 2014 as Canada's best-selling car, as well. It now leads the declining, second-ranked Hyundai Elantra by 8552 units with just four months remaining. Civic sales are up 8% this year, a gain of 3214 units. Elantra volume is down 7%, a loss of 2792 sales. 


Canada Auto Sales Brand Rankings - August 2014 YTD
Canada SUV/Crossover Sales Rankings By Model - August 2014 YTD
Canada Vehicle Sales Rankings By Model - August 2014 YTD


Hyundai's car division nevertheless appeared significantly healthier during the month of August as the Sonata led all midsize cars for the second month running. The Accent, Canada's top-selling subcompact, was up 36%. Genesis sedan sales more than doubled. Total Hyundai car sales, down 4% this year, rose 7% in August.

Over at Hyundai partner Kia, the car division's sales have fallen 1% this year but jumped 11% in August as the Forte, Rio, and Soul - the brand's three small cars - posted respective gains of 27%, 25%, and 54%, with volume equalling nine out of every ten Kia passenger car sales during the month.


• Canada Car Sales Rankings By Model - August 2015 YTD
Canada Car Sales Rankings By Model - September 2014 YTD
Canada Car Sales Rankings By Model - July 2014 YTD
Canada Car Sales Rankings By Model - August 2013 YTD


New to these rankings this month is the Porsche 918 Spyder, which was delivered to three buyers in August. Porsche generated precisely two-thirds of its Canadian sales volume with the Macan and Cayenne utility vehicles last month; another 9% with the Panamera, leaving a quarter for the four-nameplate sports car lineup.

There were exciting improvements introduced late last year in the GCBC's rankings of all new vehicles. 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 Mitsubishi Eclipse and Dodge Caliber, nameplates which collected sales during the first eight months 2014 but not during the same period one year later. 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 vehicles by August volume by clicking the August 2014 column header, or you can rank vehicles by improvements or declines using the % columns. Or, most importantly, you can list automakers together by selecting the Car column header.


Top 20 Best-Selling Cars In Canada - August 2014
Top 20 Best-Selling SUVs In Canada - August 2014
Canada Truck Sales By Model - August 2014 YTD
Canada Minivan Sales By Model - August 2014 YTD
Canada Commercial Van Sales By Model - August 2014 YTD


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 • August 2015 • September 2014 • July 2014August 2013

Rank
Car
August
2014
YTD
August
2013
YTD
%
Change
August
2014
August
2013
% Change
#1Honda Civic45,050 41,836 7.7%7,305 7,213 1.3%
#2Hyundai Elantra36,498 39,290 -7.1%4,152 5,018 -17.3%
#3Toyota Corolla34,626 29,659 16.7%4,680 3,955 18.3%
#4Mazda 329,167 26,893 8.5%4,203 3,916 7.3%
#5Chevrolet Cruze22,949 22,726 1.0%2,753 3,315 -17.0%
#6Volkswagen Jetta22,835 20,292 12.5%2,757 2,708 1.8%
#7Hyundai Accent16,322 13,956 17.0%2,616 1,927 35.8%
#8Ford Focus15,948 18,668 -14.6%2,063 2,630 -21.6%
#9Ford Fusion13,053 15,246 -14.4%1,663 1,899 -12.4%
#10Honda Accord12,018 12,087 -0.6%1,513 1,419 6.6%
#11Kia Rio10,812 11,643 -7.1%1,735 1,392 24.6%
#12Toyota Camry10,711 11,972 -10.5%1,244 1,364 -8.8%
#13Nissan Versa10,522 7,354 43.1%1,102 1,527 -27.8%
#14Nissan Sentra10,046 10,507 -4.4%1,312 964 36.1%
#15Hyundai Sonata9,076 10,528 -13.8%1,682 762 121%
#16Kia Forte8,328 8,417 -1.1%1,185 933 27.0%
#17Honda Fit7,271 5,176 40.5%333 902 -63.1%
#18Subaru Impreza7,033 6,759 4.1%981 981 0.0%
#19Nissan Altima6,989 7,005 -0.2%1,148 780 47.2%
#20Chrysler 2006,928 9,035 -23.3%1,100 886 24.2%
#20.1Chrysler 200 Sedan *6,9148,443-18.1%1,100 87925.1%
#20.2Chrysler 200 Convertible *14592-97.6%---7-100%
#21Kia Soul6,908 5,384 28.3%1,434 930 54.2%
#22Ford Fiesta6,670 6,845 -2.6%762 1,294 -41.1%
#23BMW 3-Series6,448 8,486 -24.0%1,099 1,114 -1.3%
#24Toyota Yaris6,010 5,547 8.3%937 702 33.5%
#25Kia Optima5,999 7,076 -15.2%502 1,098 -54.3%
#26Volkswagen Golf5,988 8,477 -29.4%1,762 1,132 55.7%
#27Dodge Dart5,958 6,826 -12.7%660 710 -7.0%
#28Chevrolet Sonic5,791 6,765 -14.4%495 738 -32.9%
#29Toyota Venza5,552 6,395 -13.2%693 825 -16.0%
#30Volkswagen Passat & CC ¤5,419 4,988 8.6%544 697 -22.0%
#31Toyota Matrix5,388 8,463 -36.3%711 1,069 -33.5%
#32Subaru Outback4,876 4,019 21.3%883 505 74.9%
#33Buick Verano4,760 4,102 16.0%587 509 15.3%
#34Subaru XV Crosstrek4,694 3,832 22.5%586 521 12.5%
#35Mitsubishi Lancer4,475 5,521 -18.9%790 539 46.6%
#36Fiat 5004,472 5,348 -16.4%489 626 -21.9%
#36.1Fiat 500 *3,1713,851-17.7%386465-17.0%
#36.2Fiat 500C *1,3011,497-13.1%103161-36.0%
#37Mercedes-Benz C-Class4,264 6,272 -32.0%472 720 -34.4%
#38Chevrolet Malibu4,177 4,885 -14.5%761 351 117%
#39Nissan Micra4,127 ------870 ------
#40Ford Mustang4,099 4,243 -3.4%445 479 -7.1%
#41Audi A4 º3,869 4,016 -3.7%371 510 -27.3%
#42Chrysler 3003,298 4,438 -25.7%51 267 -80.9%
#43Mitsubishi Mirage3,013 ------411 ------
#44Dodge Charger2,813 3,447 -18.4%116 454 -74.4%
#45Lexus IS2,704 1,347 101%364 394 -7.6%
#45.1Lexus IS250/350 Sedan *2,5791,143126%359371-3.2%
#45.2Lexus ISC *109177-38.4%422-81.8%
#45.3Lexus ISF *1627-40.7%110.0%
#46Ford Taurus2,594 3,424 -24.2%271 289 -6.2%
#47Hyundai Veloster2,541 3,533 -28.1%384 519 -26.0%
#48Mercedes-Benz E-Class & CLS-Class ¤2,523 2,013 25.3%349 269 29.7%
#49Chevrolet Camaro2,487 1,849 34.5%201 119 68.9%
#50Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class2,404 ------305 ------
#51Cadillac ATS2,348 1,895 23.9%240 252 -4.8%
#52Chevrolet Impala2,263 3,017 -25.0%253 219 15.5%
#53Infiniti Q50 ±2,258 1,504 50.1%285 444 -35.8%
#54Mazda 62,203 3,391 -35.0%338 365 -7.4%
#55BMW 4-Series2,098 ------347 ------
#56Acura ILX2,001 2,509 -20.2%266 293 -9.2%
#57Fiat 500L1,920 446 330%130 220 -40.9%
#58Toyota Prius C ²1,900 2,087 -9.0%226 321 -29.6%
#59Mercedes-Benz B-Class1,899 2,176 -12.7%272 300 -9.3%
#60Mini Cooper 1,807 2,732 -33.9%175 313 -44.1%
#61Lexus ES1,802 2,132 -15.5%305 260 17.3%
#62Mazda 21,652 2,991 -44.8%208 242 -14.0%
#63Audi A51,650 1,684 -2.0%253 188 34.6%
#64Toyota Prius V ²1,6351,897-13.8%248264-6.1%
#65Subaru Legacy1,539 1,223 25.8%241 180 33.9%
#66Smart Fortwo1,478 1,241 19.1%280 403 -30.5%
#67BMW 5-Series1,472 1,498 -1.7%248 203 22.2%
#68Volkswagen Beetle1,445 1,805 -19.9%126 155 -18.7%
#69Volvo S60/V601,382 913 51.4%97 147 -34.0%
#70Toyota Prius ²1,326 1,777 -25.4%163 249 -34.5%
#70.1Toyota Prius Sedan *1,2741,594-20.1%162228-28.9%
#70.2Toyota Prius Plug-In *52183-71.6%121-95.2%
#71Acura TL1,249 1,467 -14.9%206 240 -14.2%
#72Audi A31,211 347 249%265 10 2550%
#73Chevrolet Spark1,206 1,757 -31.4%163 192 -15.1%
#74Scion FR-S1,185 1,454 -18.5%180 173 4.0%
#75Hyundai Genesis Coupe ‡ 1,180 1,432 -17.6%116 237 -51.1%
#76Dodge Challenger1,168 1,313 -11.0%91 105 -13.3%
#77Chevrolet Volt1,149 597 92.5%186 84 121%
#78Hyundai Genesis Sedan ‡ 1,073 735 46.0%215 95 126%
#79Lincoln MKZ1,059 938 12.9%92 113 -18.6%
#80Ford C-Max1,027 1,010 1.7%143 140 2.1%
#81Chevrolet Corvette964 137 604%75 14 436%
#82Scion tC854 1,017 -16.0%121 219 -44.7%
#83Buick LaCrosse811 841 -3.6%107 96 11.5%
#84Audi A6757 673 12.5%103 81 27.2%
#85Subaru BRZ750 816 -8.1%76 79 -3.8%
#86Cadillac CTS727 619 17.4%87 100 -13.0%
#87Lexus CT200h721 697 3.4%79 104 -24.0%
#88Audi A7700 454 54.2%102 51 100%
#89Nissan Leaf692 346 100%113 56 102%
#90Mercedes-Benz S-Class & CL-Class ¤685 304 125%46 24 91.7%
#91Toyota Avalon681 933 -27.0%80 94 -14.9%
#92Nissan Maxima610 973 -37.3%100 49 104%
#93Porsche 911584 479 21.9%65 42 54.8%
#94Honda Crosstour564 833 -32.3%87 136 -36.0%
#95Dodge Avenger479 6,321 -92.4%10 642 -98.4%
#96Buick Regal473 480 -1.5%64 50 28.0%
#97Scion xB470 588 -20.1%60 106 -43.4%
T98BMW 2-Series466 ------89 --- ---
T98Cadillac XTS466 504 -7.5%40 51 -21.6%
#100Mazda MX-5 Miata451 479 -5.8%37 56 -33.9%
#101Jaguar XF382 389 -1.8%42 43 -2.3%
#102Lexus GS353 462 -23.6%54 63 -14.3%
T103Volkswagen Eos352 429 -17.9%41 31 32.3%
T103Volvo XC70352 421 -16.4%35 63 -44.4%
#105Jaguar F-Type333 155 115%42 39 7.7%
#106Infiniti Q60/G ±319 404 -21.0%54 41 31.7%
#107BMW 6-Series317 287 10.5%33 31 6.5%
#108Nissan 370Z312 365 -14.5%34 39 -12.8%
T109Mercedes-Benz SL-Class280 323 -13.3%23 21 9.5%
T109Mercedes-Benz SLK-Class280 291 -3.8%29 26 11.5%
#111Porsche Boxster273 320 -14.7%36 27 33.3%
#112Porsche Panamera259 202 28.2%45 27 66.7%
#113Scion iQ256 355 -27.9%17 37 -54.1%
#114BMW 7-Series243 202 20.3%37 52 -28.8%
#115Audi TT240 276 -13.0%23 26 -11.5%
#116Jaguar XJ235 244 -3.7%29 30 -3.3%
#117Scion xD212 276 -23.2%29 43 -32.6%
#118Acura TSX205 499 -58.9%---42 -100%
#119Porsche Cayman197 173 13.9%25 19 31.6%
#120Acura RLX/RL ¤186 99 87.9%4 17 -76.5%
#121Audi A8171 186 -8.1%22 20 10.0%
#122Lincoln MKS162 180 -10.0%10 12 -16.7%
#123BMW Z4135 206 -34.5%7 37 -81.1%
#124Lexus LS126 152 -17.1%11 11 0.0%
#125BMW i3116 ------32 --- ---
#126Nissan GT-R99 95 4.2%9 7 28.6%
#127Kia Cadenza93 93 0.0%28 31 -9.7%
#128Audi R891 89 2.2%6 14 -57.1%
#129Dodge Viper80 26 208%6 9 -33.3%
#130Mitsubishi i MiEV79 128 -38.3%10 20 -50.0%
#131Honda CR-Z72 52 38.5%16 6 167%
#132Jaguar XK67 69 -2.9%5 3 66.7%
#133Infiniti Q70/M55 182 -69.8%6 37 -83.8%
#134Hyundai Equus52 54 -3.7%11 9 22.2%
#135Volvo S8047 33 42.4%- 9 -100%
#136Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG35 42 -16.7%4 6 -33.3%
#137Cadillac ELR28 ------10 ------
#138Kia K90016 --- ---1 ------
#139Nissan Cube15 140 -89.3%---16 -100%
#140Porsche 918 Spyder3 ------3 --- ---
#141BMW 1-Series2 547 -100%---22 -100%
#142Lexus LFA1 1 0.0%------ ---
#262Suzuki SX4---1,278 -100%---159 -100%
#265Volvo C30---293 -100%--- 7 -100%
#266Suzuki Kizashi---181 -100%---27 -100%
#267Mercedes-Benz R-Class---109 -100%------ ---
#269Honda Insight---60 -100%---1 -100%
#271Dodge Caliber---7 -100%------ ---
#272Mitsubishi Eclipse---3 -100%---------
#273Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren---1 -100%------ ---
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Total
538,124542,537-0.8% 72,560 71,523 1.4%
Source: Automakers & ANDC
* Italicized unranked lines are nothing more than available breakdowns, already included in the model's total, not in addition to the model's total.
² Total Prius Family sales: down 23.6% to 637 in August; down 15.6% to 4861 YTD.
† Mini Cooper includes sales of the Hardtop, Convertible, Clubman, Coupe, Roadster, and Paceman.
‡ Total Genesis sales: down 0.3% to 331 in August, up 4.0% to 2253 YTD.
± Total Infiniti G/Q50/Q60 sales: down 30.1% to 339 in August; up 35.1% to 2577 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. Sales data separating the V60 and S60 has been made available before, but has not, as of yet, for July and year-to-date.
º Audi's A4 sales data includes sales of the Allroad.
Sales data for brands such as Bentley, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Rolls-Royce are unfortunately not broken down by model. ANDC estimates say sales for those brands during the first eight months of 2014 were 88, 136, 40, and 48, respectively. Total Maserati volume is reported, but not by specific models. It is believed that Tesla sold 48 copies of their Model S back in July 2014, but Tesla doesn't issue monthly sales reports. The ANDC estimate for Tesla August sales in Canada was 50 units.

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