Top 25 Best-Selling Cars In Canada - 2014 Year End

2014 Honda Civic
The Honda Civic was Canada's best-selling car in 2014, the 17th consecutive year in which the Civic has topped Canada's car sales leaderboard. Although the Civic hasn't been Canada's best-selling vehicle overall since 2008, Civic volume in 2014 reached its highest point since then. 


All Vehicles Ranked By December & 2014 Year End Canadian Sales
• Canada Car Sales Rankings By Model - December & 2014 Year End


The Civic accounted for nearly 9% of all Canadian passenger car sales in 2014, up from just over 8% in 2013. As the car market stumbled - and the overall auto industry soared to record highs - Civic sales increased. Its top competitor, the Hyundai Elantra, slid 8%, but its fall wasn't sufficient for the surging Toyota Corolla to grab the number two spot.

Canada's top-selling midsize car in 2014 was the ninth-ranked Fusion. But like the second and third and fourth-ranked midsize cars, Fusion sales dropped in 2014. 

Canada's leading subcompact was the Hyundai Accent. With 23,173 sales, the Accent sold more often in 2014 than at any time since 2010. Combined with the second-ranked subcompact, the Accent-platform-sharing Kia Rio, Hyundai-Kia sold 37,631 subcompacts in Canada in 2014.

Historical monthly and yearly sales figures for any of these best-selling cars can always be accessed through the dropdown menu at GCBC's Sales Stats page, and for those not viewing the mobile version of this site, near the top right of this page, as well. GoodCarBadCar has already published the list of Canada's best-selling trucks, will soon publish a list of Canada's best-selling SUVs in 2014, and has also posted December-specific editions.

2015 Year End • 2013 Year End • 2012 Year End2011 Year End2010 Year End
Rank
Best-Selling Car
2014
2013

Change
#1
Honda Civic
66,057 64,063 3.1%
#2
Hyundai Elantra
50,420 54,760 -7.9%
#3
Toyota Corolla
48,881 44,449 10.0%
#4
Mazda 3
40,974 40,466 1.3%
#5
Chevrolet Cruze
34,421 33,184 3.7%
#6
Volkswagen Jetta
31,042 30,413 2.1%
#7
Hyundai Accent
23,173 18,884 22.7%
#8
Ford Focus
22,392 25,781 -13.1%
#9
Ford Fusion
18,472 20,145 -8.3%
#10
Honda Accord
16,962 17,165 -1.2%
#11
Toyota Camry
16,029 18,245 -12.1%
#12
Nissan Sentra
15,021 14,407 4.3%
#13
Kia Rio
14,458 15,601 -7.3%
#14
Hyundai Sonata
13,645 14,519 -6.0%
#15
Nissan Versa
13,314 12,297 8.3%
#16
Volkswagen Golf
12,184 11,871 2.6%
#17
Kia Forte
11,867 11,400 4.1%
#18
Honda Fit
11,732 9512 23.3%
#19
Chrysler 200
11,655 11,666 -0.1%
#20
Subaru Impreza
10,157 9911 2.5%
#21
BMW 3-Series
10,086 12,507 -19.4%
#22
Kia Soul
9944 7618 30.5%
#23
Nissan Altima
9475 10,488 -9.7%
#24
Ford Fiesta
9312 9851 -5.5%
#25
Subaru Outback
8688 6120 42.0%
Source: Automakers & ANDC
Prefer to think of the Subaru Outback as an SUV rather than a car? If so, it would have ranked 21st in 2014.

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