March 2015 YTD Canada Passenger Car Sales Rankings - Top 143 Best-Selling Cars In Canada - Every Car Ranked

2015 Mercedes-Benz C400 4Matic white
All four of Canada's best-selling cars posted year-over-year sales declines through the first three months of 2015. The Honda Civic, Hyundai Elantra, Toyota Corolla, and Mazda 3 combined for 36,418 sales in 2015's first-quarter, a 3810-unit, 9.5% decrease.

The class-leading Civic's decline has been most notable, as the Civic failed to finish January and February as the country's best-selling car - it ranked first overall in each of the last 17 years. Civic volume is down 16%, a loss of 1949-unit loss over three months. March sales dropped 8%.


Canada Auto Sales Brand Rankings - March 2015 YTD
Canada Vehicle Sales Rankings By Make & Model - March 2015 YTD
Canada SUV/Crossover Sales Rankings By Model - March 2015 YTD


The decline of this foursome is certainly a drag on Canada's overall passenger car market. Subtract the Civic, Elantra, Corolla, and 3 from the equation and Canadian car sales are up 1.4% rather than down 1.6% with the top four trio included. 


The Volkswagen Golf is a big part of the expansion among the less popular cars. The Golf ranks seventh overall, and sales have grown by more than six times in early 2015.

Another built-in-North America German car, the Mercedes-Benz C-Class, is Canada's top-selling premium brand car in 2015. C-Class volume is up 57%. Both the Golf and C-Class were released in all-new form in the last year. GCBC reviewed the C400 4Matic in November. Reviews of the Golf 1.8 TSI and the Golf GTI were published in November and January, respectively.


Canada Car Sales Rankings By Model - March 2016 YTD
Canada Car Sales Rankings By Model - April 2015 YTD
Canada Car Sales Rankings By Model - February 2015 YTD
Canada Car Sales Rankings By Model - March 2014 YTD


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


Click Column Headers To Sort • March 2016 • April 2015 • February 2015March 2014

Rank
Car
March 2015 YTD
March 2015 YTD
%
Change
March
2015
March
2014
% Change
#1Honda Civic10,458 12,407 -15.7%5,554 6,016 -7.7%
#2Hyundai Elantra9,556 10,373 -7.9%4,293 4,361 -1.6%
#3Toyota Corolla9,027 9,162 -1.5%3,967 4,321 -8.2%
#4Mazda 37,377 8,286 -11.0%3,700 3,663 1.0%
#5Volkswagen Jetta6,441 6,179 4.2%3,012 2,207 36.5%
#6Chevrolet Cruze5,035 6,916 -27.2%2,099 3,846 -45.4%
#7Volkswagen Golf4,551 719 533%1,970 188 948%
#7.1Volkswagen Golf *3,871635510%1,661173860%
#7.2Volkswagen Golf GTI *68084710%309151,960%
#8Toyota Camry3,635 2,833 28.3%1,211 1,420 -14.7%
#9Hyundai Sonata3,366 2,229 51.0%1,233 1,039 18.7%
#10Ford Focus3,303 3,900 -15.3%1,616 1,722 -6.2%
#11Nissan Sentra3,288 3,148 4.4%1,431 1,421 0.7%
#12Hyundai Accent3,221 3,885 -17.1%1,618 1,906 -15.1%
#13Ford Fusion2,650 3,339 -20.6%1,379 1,571 -12.2%
#14Mercedes-Benz C-Class2,556 1,629 56.9%1,248 701 78.0%
#15Honda Fit2,501 1,455 71.9%947 787 20.3%
#16Kia Soul2,470 1,819 35.8%1,129 776 45.5%
#17Nissan Micra2,450 ------1,013 --- ---
#18Chrysler 2002,373 1,858 27.7%1,140 661 72.5%
#18.1Chrysler 200 Sedan *2373184628.5%114066172.5%
#18.2Chrysler 200 Convertible *---12-100%---------
#19Kia Rio2,362 2,657 -11.1%1,277 1,032 23.7%
#20Honda Accord2,333 3,448 -32.3%1,150 1,795 -35.9%
#21Subaru Outback2,276 1,456 56.3%946 631 49.9%
#22Subaru Impreza2,167 1,942 11.6%981 785 25.0%
#22.1Subaru Impreza *1,6191,636-1.0%74464215.9%
#22.2Subaru Impreza WRX/STi *54830679.1%23714365.7%
#23Nissan Versa2,041 2,991 -31.8%847 1,546 -45.2%
#24BMW 3-Series2,000 1,664 20.2%723 697 3.7%
#25Nissan Altima1,927 1,963 -1.8%834 874 -4.6%
#26Kia Forte1,760 2,280 -22.8%863 1,006 -14.2%
#27Chevrolet Malibu1,745 1,146 52.3%1,058 613 72.6%
#28Toyota Yaris1,556 1,484 4.9%686 716 -4.2%
#29Subaru XV Crosstrek1,536 1,349 13.9%688 611 12.6%
#30Kia Optima1,426 1,697 -16.0%535 723 -26.0%
#31Dodge Charger1,391 1,763 -21.1%694 1,020 -32.0%
#32Toyota Venza1,347 1,639 -17.8%586 680 -13.8%
#33Volkswagen Passat & CC ¤1,328 1,556 -14.7%534 536 -0.4%
#34Audi A4 º1,103 1,323 -16.6%498 603 -17.4%
#35Mitsubishi Lancer1,100 1,398 -21.3%446 604 -26.2%
#36Chevrolet Sonic1,079 1,576 -31.5%528 808 -34.7%
#37Dodge Dart1,075 1,740 -38.2%480 406 18.2%
#38Ford Mustang1,068 745 43.4%732 448 63.4%
#39Acura TLX1,038 ------494 ------
#40BMW 4-Series925 388 138%286 164 74.4%
#41Chrysler 300924 861 7.3%434 444 -2.3%
#42Buick Verano899 1,137 -20.9%435 615 -29.3%
#43Mini Cooper 887 404 120%390 229 70.3%
#44Ford Fiesta869 1,564 -44.4%289 469 -38.4%
#45Toyota Prius C ²843 401 110%158 161 -1.9%
#46Subaru Legacy804 456 76.3%365 199 83.4%
#47Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class794 646 22.9%291 272 7.0%
#48Mitsubishi Mirage793 799 -0.8%380 233 63.1%
#49Hyundai Veloster767 619 23.9%385 292 31.8%
#50Infiniti Q50713 821 -13.2%309 370 -16.5%
#51Audi A3680 ------287 --- ---
#52Lexus IS633 802 -21.1%307 371 -17.3%
#53Fiat 500L593 568 4.4%274 376 -27.1%
#54Toyota Prius V ²577 530 8.9%173 226 -23.5%
#55Mercedes-Benz E-Class & CLS-Class ¤563 806 -30.1%253 427 -40.7%
#56Dodge Challenger545 387 40.8%301 292 3.1%
T57.1Fiat 500519 1,379 -62.4%225 577 -61.0%
T57.2Fiat 500 *384987-61.1%154408-62.3%
T57.3Fiat 500C *135392-65.6%71169-58.0%
T57.4Cadillac ATS519 649 -20.0%271 314 -13.7%
#59Mazda 6501 613 -18.3%266 344 -22.7%
#60Volkswagen Beetle453 356 27.2%241 144 67.4%
#61Ford Taurus432 557 -22.4%198 286 -30.8%
#62Mercedes-Benz B-Class430 693 -38.0%176 301 -41.5%
#63Lexus ES426 476 -10.5%191 223 -14.4%
#64Hyundai Genesis Sedan 411 269 52.8%237 127 86.6%
#65Acura ILX402 471 -14.7%206 256 -19.5%
#66Chevrolet Impala396 938 -57.8%171 674 -74.6%
#67BMW 5-Series380 412 -7.8%110 114 -3.5%
#68Toyota Prius/Prius Plug-In ²369 379 -2.6%124 195 -36.4%
#69Hyundai Genesis Coupe 33625929.7%22714259.9%
#70Chevrolet Camaro328 394 -16.8%212 260 -18.5%
#71Toyota Matrix295 1,359 -78.3%--- 631 -100%
#72Mazda 2286 506 -43.5%140 222 -36.9%
#73Audi A5270 456 -40.8%133 235 -43.4%
#74Lincoln MKZ265 314 -15.6%128 176 -27.3%
#75Buick LaCrosse248 143 73.4%125 87 43.7%
#76Scion FR-S225 212 6.1%121 105 15.2%
#77Chevrolet Spark223 629 -64.5%75 172 -56.4%
#78Scion tC222 182 22.0%115 87 32.2%
#79Buick Regal220 165 33.3%124 71 74.6%
T80Toyota Avalon217 240 -9.6%39 139 -71.9%
T80Volvo V60217 160 35.6%104 90 15.6%
#82Scion xB210 131 60.3%98 50 96.0%
#83Nissan Maxima209 291 -28.2%52 150 -65.3%
#84BMW 2-Series181 47 285%109 47 132%
#85Porsche 911180 120 50.0%95 73 30.1%
T86Mercedes-Benz S-Class & CL-Class ¤178 286 -37.8%81 101 -19.8%
T86Audi A6178 216 -17.6%72 105 -31.4%
#88Chevrolet Volt177 269 -34.2%68 105 -35.2%
#89Lexus CT200h175 245 -28.6%57 138 -58.7%
#90Jaguar XF170 192 -11.5%83 99 -16.2%
#91Honda Crosstour165 167 -1.2%85 77 10.4%
#92Cadillac CTS163 189 -13.8%73 84 -13.1%
#93Nissan Leaf148 180 -17.8%74 75 -1.3%
#94Volvo S60147 285 -48.4%64 79 -19.0%
#95Subaru BRZ138 193 -28.5%86 90 -4.4%
#96Chevrolet Corvette137 293 -53.2%102 107 -4.7%
#97Smart Fortwo125 458 -72.7%52 320 -83.8%
#98Cadillac XTS124 116 6.9%54 49 10.2%
#99Lexus RC119 ------59 ------
#100Jaguar F-Type99 95 4.2%59 47 25.5%
#101Ford C-Max93 205 -54.6%43 95 -54.7%
#102BMW 6-Series91 124 -26.6%38 64 -40.6%
#103Lexus GS90 90 0.0%38 36 5.6%
#104Volvo XC7086 134 -35.8%30 57 -47.4%
#105BMW i384 ------29 --- ---
#106Nissan 370Z80 62 29.0%42 37 13.5%
#107Volkswagen Eos75 67 11.9%38 42 -9.5%
#108BMW 7-Series73 74 -1.4%21 35 -40.0%
#109Infiniti Q6072 89 -19.1%40 37 8.1%
#110Mazda MX-5 Miata67 129 -48.1%46 38 21.1%
#111Jaguar XJ66 82 -19.5%46 57 -19.3%
#112Porsche Panamera63 84 -25.0%26 46 -43.5%
#113Mercedes-Benz SLK-Class61 81 -24.7%37 51 -27.5%
#114Acura RLX58 105 -44.8%30 42 -28.6%
#115Mercedes-Benz SL-Class53 74 -28.4%24 57 -57.9%
#116Scion iQ49 93 -47.3%30 28 7.1%
#117Infiniti Q7048 23 109%23 3 667%
#118Porsche Boxster47 48 -2.1%21 26 -19.2%
T119Kia Cadenza44 21 110%9 10 -10.0%
T119Porsche Cayman44 37 18.9%23 22 4.5%
#121Audi A743 222 -80.6%12 98 -87.8%
#122Audi A842 46 -8.7%16 23 -30.4%
#123Lexus LS35 37 -5.4%10 16 -37.5%
#124Lincoln MKS34 84 -59.5%16 14 14.3%
#125Scion xD27 72 -62.5%14 24 -41.7%
#126Volvo S8025 9 178%1 2 -50.0%
#127Nissan GT-R24 31 -22.6%15 28 -46.4%
#128Audi R822 28 -21.4%6 20 -70.0%
#129Honda CR-Z19 14 35.7%13 6 117%
#130BMW Z417 37 -54.1%10 22 -54.5%
T131Dodge Viper15 19 -21.1%3 10 -70.0%
T131Cadillac ELR15 3 400%9 2 350%
#133Mitsubishi i MiEV11 24 -54.2%8 12 -33.3%
#134Alfa Romeo 4C10 --------- --- ---
#135Audi TT9 59 -84.7%6 34 -82.4%
T136Dodge Avenger8 307 -97.4%2 59 -96.6%
T136Hyundai Equus8 13 -38.5%5 7 -28.6%
T136Jaguar XK8 13 -38.5%6 6 0.0%
#139Kia K9007 3 133%2 3 -33.3%
#140Porsche 918 Spyder4 ------1 ------
T141BMW 1-Series2 2 ---2 1 100%
T141Nissan Cube2 11 -81.8%1 3 -66.7%
#143Mercedes-Benz R-Class1 --- --------- ---
#144Acura TL---411 -100%---248 -100%
#145Acura TSX- 171 -100%---86 -100%
#146Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG---7 -100%--- 1 -100%
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Total
144,070146,372-1.6% 65,631 67,156 -2.3%
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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: down 22% to 455 in March; up 37% to 1789 YTD.
† Mini Cooper includes sales of the Hardtop, Convertible, Clubman, Coupe, Roadster, and Paceman.
‡ Total Genesis sales: up 72.5% to 464 in March; up 41.5% to 747 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. ANDC estimates say sales for those brands in the first-quarter of of 2015 were 41, 54, 30, and 18, respectively. Total Maserati volume is reported, but not by specific models. It is believed that Tesla sold 147 copies of their Model S back in the first two months of 2015. The ANDC estimate for Tesla March sales in Canada was 51 units.

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