February 2015 YTD Canada Passenger Car Sales Rankings – Top 142 Best-Selling Cars In Canada – Every Car Ranked


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Canadian car sales are flat in early 2015 as segment leaders like the Hyundai Elantra, Honda Civic, Mazda 3, Volkswagen Jetta, and Chevrolet Cruze posted sharp declines through January and February.

Despite a harsh 34.5% year-over-eyar decline last month and a drop to third on the monthly leaderboard, the Hyundai Elantra remains Canada’s best-selling car through the first two months of 2015. The Toyota Corolla is only 203 sales abaft.

Canada Auto Sales Brand Rankings – February 2015 YTD
Canada Vehicle Sales Rankings By Make & Model – February 2015 YTD
• Canada SUV/Crossover Sales Rankings By Model – February 2015 YTD

Honda’s Civic, the best-selling car in Canada in each of the last 17 years, is the third-ranked car so far this year. Sales are down 23%.

Premium brand cars are led by the Mercedes-Benz C-Class, which slotted into the 17th place quite nicely. The Toyota Camry leads all midsize cars. The Hyundai Accent is Canada’s top-selling subcompact.

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Canada Car Sales Rankings By Model – February 2015 YTD

Although the SUV/crossover category’s rate of growth slowed severely in February, don’t expect cars to so roundly outperform utility vehicles for the rest of the year. With the Honda HR-V, Mazda CX-3, and Jeep Renegade joining the “SUV” fleet and general disinterest in cars, the gap between passenger cars and utility vehicles could close notable compared with February’s 6250-unit gap.

Reminder: these are year-to-date rankings, but you can sort cars by February 2015 volume by clicking the February 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 20 Best-Selling Cars In Canada – February 2015
Top 20 Best-Selling SUVs In Canada – February 2015
Canada Truck Sales By Model – February 2015 YTD
Canada Minivan Sales By Model – February 2015 YTD
Canada Commercial Van Sales By Model – February 2015 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.

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Rank
Car
February 2015
February 2014
%
Change
February
2015
February
2014
% Change
#1 Hyundai Elantra 5,263 6,012 -12.5% 2,180 3,327 -34.5%
#2 Toyota Corolla 5,060 4,841 4.5% 2,633 2,631 0.1%
#3 Honda Civic 4,904 6,386 -23.2% 2,615 3,071 -14.8%
#4 Mazda3 3,677 4,623 -20.5% 1,989 2,336 -14.9%
#5 Volkswagen Jetta 3,429 3,972 -13.7% 1,767 2,081 -15.1%
#6 Chevrolet Cruze 2,936 3,070 -4.4% 1,563 1,823 -14.3%
#7 Volkswagen Golf 2,581 531 386% 1,383 158 775%
#7.1 Volkswagen Golf * 2,210 462 378% 1,199 148 710%
#7.2 Volkswagen Golf GTI * 371 69 438% 184 10 1,740%
#8 Toyota Camry 2,424 1,413 71.5% 1,379 763 80.7%
#9 Hyundai Sonata 2,133 1,190 79.2% 1,663 746 123%
#10 Nissan Sentra 1,857 1,727 7.5% 1,071 920 16.4%
#11 Ford Focus 1,687 2,178 -22.5% 913 1,068 -14.5%
#12 Hyundai Accent 1,603 1,979 -19.0% 934 1,009 -7.4%
#13 Honda Fit 1,554 668 133% 728 391 86.2%
#14 Nissan Micra 1,437 758
#15 Kia Soul 1,341 1,043 28.6% 966 697 38.6%
#16 Subaru Outback 1,330 825 61.2% 715 409 74.8%
#17 Mercedes-Benz C-Class 1,308 928 40.9% 742 372 99.5%
#18 BMW 3-Series 1,277 967 32.1% 765 593 29.0%
#19 Ford Fusion 1,271 1,768 -28.1% 648 940 -31.1%
#20 Chrysler 200 1,233 1,197 3.0% 557 554 0.5%
#20.1 Chrysler 200 Sedan * 1,233 1,185 4.1% 557 552 0.9%
#20.2 Chrysler 200 Convertible * 12 -100% 2 -100%
#21 Nissan Versa 1,194 1,445 -17.4% 622 726 -14.3%
#22 Subaru Impreza 1186 1157 2.5% 583 542 7.6%
#22.1 Subaru Impreza * 875 994 -12.0% 437 465 -6.0%
#22.2 Subaru Impreza WRX/STi * 311 163 90.8% 146 77 89.6%
#23 Honda Accord 1,183 1,653 -28.4% 581 925 -37.2%
#24 Nissan Altima 1,093 1,089 0.4% 648 600 8.0%
#25 Kia Rio 1,085 1,625 -33.2% 574 851 -32.5%
#26 Kia Forte 897 1,274 -29.6% 434 726 -40.2%
#27 Kia Optima 891 974 -8.5% 497 466 6.7%
#28 Toyota Yaris 870 768 13.3% 472 393 20.1%
#29 Subaru XV Crosstrek 848 738 14.9% 362 446 -18.8%
#30 Volkswagen Passat & CC ¤ 794 1,020 -22.2% 457 524 -12.8%
#31 Toyota Venza 761 959 -20.6% 442 466 -5.2%
#32 Dodge Charger 697 743 -6.2% 484 495 -2.2%
#33 Chevrolet Malibu 687 533 28.9% 314 326 -3.7%
#34 Toyota Prius C ² 685 240 185% 539 124 335%
#35 Mitsubishi Lancer 654 794 -17.6% 346 416 -16.8%
#36 BMW 4-Series 639 224 185% 417 113 269%
#37 Audi A4 º 605 720 -16.0% 330 419 -21.2%
#38 Dodge Dart 595 1,334 -55.4% 137 415 -67.0%
#39 Ford Fiesta 580 1,095 -47.0% 270 714 -62.2%
#40 Chevrolet Sonic 551 768 -28.3% 346 423 -18.2%
#41 Acura TLX 544 309
#42 Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class 503 374 34.5% 312 153 104%
#43 Mini Cooper  497 175 184% 314 108 90.7%
#44 Chrysler 300 490 417 17.5% 374 275 36.0%
#45 Buick Verano 464 522 -11.1% 243 300 -19.0%
#46 Subaru Legacy 439 257 70.8% 251 129 94.6%
#47 Mitsubishi Mirage 413 566 -27.0% 180 332 -45.8%
T48 Infiniti Q50 404 451 -10.4% 194 231 -16.0%
T48 Toyota Prius V ² 404 304 32.9% 233 148 57.4%
#50 Audi A3 393 174
#51 Hyundai Veloster 382 327 16.8% 88 188 -53.2%
#52 Ford Mustang 336 297 13.1% 190 192 -1.0%
#53 Lexus IS 326 431 -24.4% 174 254 -31.5%
#54 Fiat 500L 319 192 66.1% 219 79 177%
#54.1 Fiat 500 * 230 579 -60.3% 108 259 -58.3%
#54.2 Fiat 500C * 64 223 -71.3% 38 60 -36.7%
#55 Mercedes-Benz E-Class & CLS-Class ¤ 310 379 -18.2% 149 181 -17.7%
#56 Toyota Matrix 295 728 -59.5% 157 413 -62.0%
#57 Fiat 500 294 802 -63.3% 146 319 -54.2%
#58 BMW 5-Series 270 298 -9.4% 160 111 44.1%
#59 Mercedes-Benz B-Class 254 392 -35.2% 109 201 -45.8%
#60 Cadillac ATS 248 335 -26.0% 128 202 -36.6%
#61 Toyota Prius & Prius Plug-In ² 245 184 33.2% 164 71 131%
#62 Dodge Challenger 244 95 157% 123 42 193%
T63 Mazda6 235 269 -12.6% 100 161 -37.9%
T63 Lexus ES 235 253 -7.1% 115 111 3.6%
#65 Ford Taurus 234 271 -13.7% 158 114 38.6%
#66 Chevrolet Impala 225 264 -14.8% 133 190 -30.0%
#67 Volkswagen Beetle 212 212 0.0% 136 82 65.9%
#68 Acura ILX 196 226 -13.3% 136 119 14.3%
#69 Toyota Avalon 178 101 76.2% 130 55 136%
#70 Hyundai Genesis  174 142 22.5% 111 89 24.7%
#71 Nissan Maxima 157 141 11.3% 72 79 -8.9%
#72 Chevrolet Spark 148 457 -67.6% 68 352 -80.7%
#73 Mazda2 146 284 -48.6% 51 147 -65.3%
T74 Audi A5 137 221 -38.0% 58 113 -48.7%
T74 Lincoln MKZ 137 138 -0.7% 101 58 74.1%
#76 Buick LaCrosse 123 56 120% 38 30 26.7%
#77 Lexus CT200h 118 107 10.3% 67 77 -13.0%
#78 Chevrolet Camaro 116 134 -13.4% 58 68 -14.7%
#79 Volvo V60 113 70 61.4% 54 33 63.6%
#80 Scion XB 112 81 38.3% 61 45 35.6%
T81 Chevrolet Volt 109 164 -33.5% 38 98 -61.2%
T81 Hyundai Genesis Coupe  109 117 -6.8% 62 70 -11.4%
#83 Scion TC 107 95 12.6% 56 50 12.0%
#84 Audi A6 106 111 -4.5% 50 53 -5.7%
#85 Scion FR-S 104 107 -2.8% 52 50 4.0%
#86 Mercedes-Benz S-Class & CL-Class ¤ 97 185 -47.6% 39 67 -41.8%
#87 Buick Regal 96 94 2.1% 45 51 -11.8%
#88 Cadillac CTS 90 105 -14.3% 45 58 -22.4%
#89 Jaguar XF 87 93 -6.5% 49 58 -15.5%
#90 Porsche 911 85 47 80.9% 58 30 93.3%
#91 Volvo S60 83 206 -59.7% 27 73 -63.0%
#92 Honda Crosstour 80 90 -11.1% 39 42 -7.1%
#93 Nissan Leaf 74 105 -29.5% 38 64 -40.6%
#94 Smart Fortwo 73 138 -47.1% 43 95 -54.7%
#95 BMW 2-Series 72 0.0% 40
#96 Cadillac XTS 70 67 4.5% 45 34 32.4%
#97 Lexus RC 60 36
#98 Volvo XC70 56 77 -27.3% 31 44 -29.5%
#99 BMW i3 55 31
#100 BMW 6-Series 53 60 -11.7% 24 33 -27.3%
T101 BMW 7-Series 52 39 33.3% 34 16 113%
T101 Subaru BRZ 52 103 -49.5% 20 61 -67.2%
T101 Lexus GS 52 54 -3.7% 23 23 0.0%
#104 Ford C-Max 50 110 -54.5% 30 47 -36.2%
#105 Jaguar F-Type 40 48 -16.7% 28 27 3.7%
#106 Nissan 370Z 38 25 52.0% 21 13 61.5%
T107 Porsche Panamera 37 38 -2.6% 20 19 5.3%
T107 Volkswagen Eos 37 25 48.0% 18 16 12.5%
T109 Chevrolet Corvette 35 186 -81.2% 14 92 -84.8%
T109 Kia Cadenza 35 11 218% 11 4 175%
#111 Infiniti Q60 32 52 -38.5% 20 34 -41.2%
#112 Audi A7 31 124 -75.0% 14 54 -74.1%
#113 Mercedes-Benz SL-Class 29 17 70.6% 19 13 46.2%
#114 Acura RLX 28 63 -55.6% 16 51 -68.6%
T115 Audi A8 26 23 13.0% 15 12 25.0%
T115 Porsche Boxster 26 22 18.2% 16 14 14.3%
T117 Infiniti Q70 25 20 25.0% 14 8 75.0%
T117 Lexus LS 25 21 19.0% 17 9 88.9%
T119 Mercedes-Benz SLK-Class 24 30 -20.0% 10 19 -47.4%
T119 Volvo S80 24 7 243% 4 1 300%
T121 Mazda MX-5 Miata 21 91 -76.9% 15 43 -65.1%
T121 Porsche Cayman 21 15 40.0% 13 10 30.0%
#123 Jaguar XJ 20 25 -20.0% 13 14 -7.1%
#124 Scion IQ 19 65 -70.8% 7 30 -76.7%
#125 Lincoln MKS 18 70 -74.3% 9 7 28.6%
#126 Audi R8 16 8 100% 9 5 80.0%
#127 Scion XD 13 48 -72.9% 7 24 -70.8%
#128 Dodge Viper 12 9 33.3% 8 5 60.0%
#129 Alfa Romeo 4C 10 4
#130 Nissan GT-R 9 3 200% 6 1 500%
#131 BMW Z4 7 15 -53.3% 3 8 -62.5%
T132 Dodge Avenger 6 248 -97.6% 65 -100%
T132 Cadillac ELR 6 1 500% 2 1 100%
T132 Honda CR-Z 6 8 -25.0% 2 6 -66.7%
#135 Kia K900 5
T136 Audi TT 3 25 -88.0% 17 -100%
T136 Hyundai Equus 3 6 -50.0% 2 2 0.0%
T136 Mitsubishi i MiEV 3 12 -75.0% 4 -100%
T136 Porsche 918 Spyder 3 1
#140 Jaguar XK 2 7 -71.4% 2 -100%
T141 Nissan Cube 1 8 -87.5% 4 -100%
T141 Mercedes-Benz R-Class 1
#145 Acura TL 175 -100% 96 -100%
#146 Acura TSX 86 -100% 50 -100%
#147 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG 6 -100% 3 -100%
#148 BMW 1-Series 1 -100%
Total
78,438 79,227 -1.0% 42,175 41,747 1.0%

Source: Automakers & Global Automakers Of CanadaANDC
* 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: up 173% to 936 in February; up 83.2% to 1334 YTD.
† Mini Cooper includes sales of the Hardtop, Convertible, Clubman, Coupe, Roadster, and Paceman.
‡ Total Genesis sales: up 8.8% to 173 in February; up 9.3% to 283 YTD.
¤ Automakers release sales figures for the E-Class and CLS-Class together, S-Class and CL-Class together, Passat and CC 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. estimates say sales for those brands in the first two months of 2015 were 14, 36, 20, and 18, respectively. Total Maserati volume is reported, but not by specific models. It is believed that Tesla sold 99 copies of their Model S back in January The estimate for Tesla February sales in Canada was 51 units.