2014 Year End Canada Passenger Car Sales Rankings - Top 145 Best-Selling Cars In Canada - Every Car Ranked

2012 Hyundai Accent
Canadian car sales were flat despite growth in the automotive industry which drove overall new vehicle sales to record highs.

Only 42% of the new vehicles sold in Canada in 2014 were passenger cars. 

There were significant exceptions at the top of the heap. The Honda Civic, Canada's best-selling car in each of the last 17 years, posted year-over-year sales gains of 3%. The third, fourth, fifth, sixth, and seventh-best-selling cars in the country also improved upon their 2013 sales totals.


Canada Auto Sales Brand Rankings - 2014 Year End
Canada Vehicle Sales Rankings By Make & Model - 2014 Year End
• Canada SUV/Crossover Sales Rankings By Model - 2014 Year End


Yet with the booming small crossover/SUV segment stealing sales from midsize cars and double-digit drops from some products which were formerly better than rare - Mazda 2, Toyota Matrix, Hyundai Veloster, Mercedes-Benz C-Class, Chrysler 300, Dodge Dart, Toyota Prius, Dodge Charger, Ford Taurus, Chevrolet Sonic - the car market grew only by a handful of sales in 2014.

The Civic's gains, for instance, were more than cancelled out by the Hyundai Elantra's decline. Hyundai added 4289 Accent sales, but Ford lost 5062 Focus and Fusion sales. Kia Canada produced an extra 2793 Soul sales, but Kia lost 2789 Rio and Optima sales.


• Canada Car Sales Rankings By Model - 2015 Year End
Canada Car Sales Rankings By Model - January 2015
Canada Car Sales Rankings By Model - November 2014 YTD
Canada Car Sales Rankings By Model - December & 2013 Year End


Expect to see many of 2015's all-new products arriving in high-riding form. Oh, they're cars underneath, and many ride high only in the slightest fashion. But they're differentiated in other ways, and they – by which we mean vehicles like the upcoming Honda HR-V and Fiat 500X - generate greater activity in the SUV/crossover column than upcoming cars will in the page you see here.


Reminder: these are 2014 year end rankings, but you can sort cars by December volume by clicking the December 2014 column header, or you can rank them by improvements or declines using the % columns. Or, most importantly, you can list automakers together by selecting the Car column header. 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.


Top 25 Best-Selling Cars In Canada - 2014 Year End
Top 25 Best-Selling SUVs In Canada - 2014 Year End
Canada Truck Sales By Model - 2014 Year End
Canada Minivan Sales By Model - 2014 Year End
Canada Commercial Van Sales By Model - 2014 Year End


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 • December 2015 • January 2015 • November 2014December 2013

Rank
Car
2014
2013
%
Change
December
2014
December
2013
% Change
#1Honda Civic66,057 64,063 3.1%4,031 3,412 18.1%
#2Hyundai Elantra50,420 54,760 -7.9%2,641 2,789 -5.3%
#3Toyota Corolla48,881 44,449 10.0%2,409 2,442 -1.4%
#4Mazda 340,974 40,466 1.3%2,156 2,763 -22.0%
#5Chevrolet Cruze34,421 33,184 3.7%2,594 2,483 4.5%
#6Volkswagen Jetta31,042 30,413 2.1%1,717 1,558 10.2%
#7Hyundai Accent23,173 18,884 22.7%1,399 661 112%
#8Ford Focus22,392 25,781 -13.1%1,426 1,043 36.7%
#9Ford Fusion18,472 20,145 -8.3%1,731 1,001 72.9%
#10Honda Accord16,962 17,165 -1.2%1,031 876 17.7%
#11Toyota Camry16,029 18,245 -12.1%1,159 1,374 -15.6%
#12Nissan Sentra15,021 14,407 4.3%949 862 10.1%
#13Kia Rio14,458 15,601 -7.3%506 506 0.0%
#14Hyundai Sonata13,645 14,519 -6.0%550 611 -10.0%
#15Nissan Versa13,314 12,297 8.3%611 870 -29.8%
#16Volkswagen Golf12,184 11,871 2.6%1,246 792 57.3%
#17Kia Forte11,867 11,400 4.1%588 526 11.8%
#18Honda Fit11,732 9,512 23.3%898 1,909 -53.0%
#19Chrysler 20011,655 11,666 -0.1%855 332 158%
#19.1Chrysler 200 Sedan *11,64111,0505.3%855328161%
#19.2Chrysler 200 Convertible *14616-97.7%---4-100%
#20Subaru Impreza10,157 9,911 2.5%714 613 16.5%
#21BMW 3-Series10,086 12,507 -19.4%784 658 19.1%
#22Kia Soul9,944 7,618 30.5%614 291 111%
#23Nissan Altima9,475 10,488 -9.7%627 714 -12.2%
#24Ford Fiesta9,312 9,851 -5.5%630 378 66.7%
#25Subaru Outback8,688 6,120 42.0%854 470 81.7%
#26Toyota Yaris8,530 7,632 11.8%361 317 13.9%
#27Chevrolet Malibu8,246 6,834 20.7%976 594 64.3%
#28Chevrolet Sonic8,036 9,400 -14.5%655 386 69.7%
#29Nissan Micra7,815 ------828 ------
#30Dodge Dart7,623 9,870 -22.8%325 373 -12.9%
#31Toyota Venza7,610 9,167 -17.0%346 716 -51.7%
#32Volkswagen Passat & CC ¤7,520 7,909 -4.9%462 751 -38.5%
#33Kia Optima7,408 9,269 -20.1%233 235 -0.9%
#34Buick Verano7,161 5,573 28.5%347 208 66.8%
#35Toyota Matrix7,130 10,689 -33.3%215 377 -43.0%
#36Mercedes-Benz C-Class7,054 9,356 -24.6%686 812 -15.5%
#37Subaru XV Crosstrek6,922 6,115 13.2%349 462 -24.5%
#38Mitsubishi Lancer6,623 7,404 -10.5%361 311 16.1%
#39Audi A4 º5,850 5,956 -1.8%484 412 17.5%
#40Ford Mustang5,605 5,054 10.9%807 105 669%
#41Fiat 5005,566 6,811 -18.3%228 257 -11.3%
#41.1Fiat 500 *4,0105,031-20.3%181221-18.1%
#41.2Fiat 500C *1,5561,780-12.6%473630.6%
#42Chrysler 3004,117 5,375 -23.4%84 219 -61.6%
#43Mitsubishi Mirage4,048 614 559%271 117 132%
#44Lexus IS3,945 2,579 53.0%234 256 -8.6%
#44.1Lexus IS250/IS350 Sedan *3,7932,32763.0%232244-4.9%
#44.2Lexus ISC *134214-37.4%210-80.0%
#44.3Lexus ISF *1838-52.6%--2-100%
#45Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class3,851 608 533%345 138 150%
#46Mercedes-Benz E-Class & CLS-Class ¤3,789 3,359 12.8%256 321 -20.2%
#47Cadillac ATS3,714 3,256 14.1%385 385 0.0%
#48Dodge Charger3,704 4,588 -19.3%158 235 -32.8%
#49Ford Taurus3,505 4,238 -17.3%314 170 84.7%
#50BMW 4-Series3,469 546 535%335 112 199%
#51Hyundai Veloster3,444 4,704 -26.8%109 285 -61.8%
#52Chevrolet Impala3,406 3,803 -10.4%269 145 85.5%
#53Mini Cooper 3,365 3,946 -14.7%360 375 -4.0%
#54Infiniti Q503,242 2,548 27.2%194 175 10.9%
#55Mazda 63,023 4,224 -28.4%146 116 25.9%
#56Subaru Legacy2,924 2,022 44.6%276 165 67.3%
#57Chevrolet Camaro2,880 2,167 32.9%61 60 1.7%
#58Toyota Prius C ²2,776 2,816 -1.4%160 101 58.4%
#59Acura ILX2,752 3,192 -13.8%163 202 -19.3%
#60Lexus ES2,726 3,096 -12.0%175 180 -2.8%
#61Mercedes-Benz B-Class2,695 3,207 -16.0%181 200 -9.5%
#62Smart Fortwo2,550 2,237 14.0%205 164 25.0%
#63Fiat 500L2,461 899 174%203 56 263%
#64Audi A32,452 354 593%241 ------
#65Mazda 22,449 4,072 -39.9%147 246 -40.2%
#66BMW 5-Series2,337 2,717 -14.0%184 272 -32.4%
#67Toyota Prius V ²2,292 2,640 -13.2%79 128 -38.3%
#68Audi A52,165 2,351 -7.9%118 134 -11.9%
#69Acura TLX2,121 ------488 ------
#70Volkswagen Beetle2,044 2,399 -14.8%153 200 -23.5%
#71Volvo S60/V60 ¤1,916 1,374 39.4%105 81 29.6%
#72Toyota Prius ²1,895 2,352 -19.4%90 87 3.4%
#72.1Toyota Prius Sedan *1,8192,140-15.0%87826.1%
#72.2Toyota Prius Plug-In *76212-64.2%35-40.0%
#73Dodge Challenger1,623 1,514 7.2%92 32 188%
#74Chevrolet Spark1,577 2,550 -38.2%27 162 -83.3%
#75Scion FR-S1,559 1,825 -14.6%41 52 -21.2%
#76Buick LaCrosse1,557 1,161 34.1%149 61 144%
#77Chevrolet Volt1,521 931 63.4%62 80 -22.5%
#78Hyundai Genesis Coupe 1,514 1,813 -16.5%48 44 9.1%
#79Hyundai Genesis Sedan 1,513 1,062 42.5%79 67 17.9%
#80Lincoln MKZ1,445 1,625 -11.1%94 129 -27.1%
#81Ford C-Max1,411 1,383 2.0%129 71 81.7%
#82Acura TL1,376 2,374 -42.0%---193 -100%
#83Chevrolet Corvette1,181 324 265%39 46 -15.2%
#84Scion tC1,179 1,485 -20.6%48 79 -39.2%
#85Audi A61,113 1,033 7.7%63 53 18.9%
#86Mercedes-Benz S-Class & CL-Class ¤1,094 468 134%87 88 -1.1%
#87Nissan Leaf1,085 470 131%64 28 129%
#88Cadillac CTS1,076 997 7.9%139 87 59.8%
#89Lexus CT200h1,035 979 5.7%60 32 87.5%
#90Toyota Avalon996 1,264 -21.2%65 71 -8.5%
#91Nissan Maxima968 1,500 -35.5%167 43 288%
#92Honda Crosstour962 1,109 -13.3%94 55 70.9%
#93Subaru BRZ922 1,119 -17.6%33 58 -43.1%
#94BMW 2-Series883 ------40 ------
#95Audi A7876 730 20.0%23 57 -59.6%
#96Buick Regal816 740 10.3%69 49 40.8%
#97Porsche 911807 661 22.1%43 64 -32.8%
#98Cadillac XTS743 788 -5.7%105 40 163%
#99Scion xB651 808 -19.4%35 31 12.9%
#100Jaguar XF567 604 -6.1%43 52 -17.3%
#101Volvo XC70513 624 -17.8%29 39 -25.6%
#102Mazda MX-5 Miata511 554 -7.8%7 23 -69.6%
#103Dodge Avenger488 7,631 -93.6%- 83 -100%
#104Lexus GS480 642 -25.2%37 44 -15.9%
#105Volkswagen Eos459 504 -8.9%37 15 147%
#106Jaguar F-Type457 229 99.6%27 11 145%
#107BMW 6-Series443 428 3.5%35 19 84.2%
#108Infiniti Q60/G37 Coupe/Convertible424 500 -15.2%21 12 75.0%
#109Nissan 370Z411 452 -9.1%21 12 75.0%
#110Porsche Panamera375 328 14.3%16 18 -11.1%
#111BMW 7-Series374 373 0.3%36 54 -33.3%
#112Mercedes-Benz SLK-Class369 374 -1.3%14 14 0.0%
#113Porsche Boxster360 401 -10.2%12 24 -50.0%
#114Jaguar XJ351 336 4.5%40 20 100%
#115Mercedes-Benz SL-Class344 398 -13.6%11 7 57.1%
#116Scion iQ315 493 -36.1%9 20 -55.0%
#117Audi TT289 370 -21.9%1 9 -88.9%
#118Audi A8266 273 -2.6%15 18 -16.7%
#119Porsche Cayman259 240 7.9%8 11 -27.3%
#120Scion xD258 367 -29.7%5 17 -70.6%
#121Acura RLX/RL ¤243 185 31.4%24 9 167%
#122BMW i3227 ------36 ------
#123Lincoln MKS206 264 -22.0%11 26 -57.7%
#124Acura TSX206 979 -79.0%---267 -100%
#125BMW Z4173 237 -27.0%1 3 -66.7%
#126Lexus LS167 216 -22.7%18 16 12.5%
#127Kia Cadenza160 195 -17.9%14 3 367%
#128Infiniti Q70/M128 249 -48.6%7 4 75.0%
#129Nissan GT-R125 125 0.0%5 5 0.0%
#130Audi R8116 111 4.5%2 4 -50.0%
#131Mitsubishi i MiEV109 168 -35.1%7 2 250%
#132Dodge Viper107 52 106%6 7 -14.3%
#133Honda CR-Z100 72 38.9%6 5 20.0%
#134Jaguar XK85 94 -9.6%7 5 40.0%
#135Lexus RC78 ------22 ------
#135.1Lexus RC350 *59------18------
#135.2Lexus RCF *19------4------
#136Volvo S8068 59 15.3%16 9 77.8%
#137Hyundai Equus65 83 -21.7%- 7 -100%
#138Cadillac ELR44 ------3 --- ---
#139Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG38 67 -43.3%1 5 -80.0%
#140Kia K90023 ---------------
#141Nissan Cube15 183 -91.8%---6 -100%
#142Porsche 918 Spyder5 ---------------
T143BMW 1-Series2 881 -99.8%- 262 -100%
T143Alfa Romeo 4C2 ------2 ------
#145Lexus LFA1 1 0.0%- ------
#146Suzuki SX4---1,557 -100%---74 -100%
#147Suzuki Kizashi---365 -100%---96 -100%
#148Volvo C30---310 -100%---1 -100%
#149Volvo C70---125 -100%---4 -100%
#150Mercedes-Benz R-Class---118 -100%---3 -100%
#151Honda Insight---65 -100%---2 -100%
#152Dodge Caliber---7 -100%---------
#153Mitsubishi Eclipse---3 -100%---------
#154Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren---1 -100%---------
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Total
779,406778,2510.1% 49,379 44,694 10.5%
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 11% to 6963 in 2014, up 4% to 329 in December.
† Mini Cooper includes sales of the Hardtop, Convertible, Clubman, Coupe, Roadster, and Paceman.
‡ Total Genesis sales: uo 5% to 3027 in 2014, up 14% to 127 in December.
¤ 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, S60 and V60 together.
º Audi's A4 sales data includes sales of the Allroad.
Sales data for brands such as Bentley, Ferrari, Lamborghini, and Rolls-Royce are unfortunately not broken down by model. ANDC estimates say sales for those brands in 2014 were 158, 209, 112, and 81, respectively. Total Maserati volume is reported, but not by specific models. It is believed that Tesla sold 26 copies of their Model S back in November 2014 (and 724 in the first eleven months of 2014), but Tesla doesn't issue monthly sales reports. The ANDC estimate for Tesla December sales in Canada was 50 units.

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