June 2016 YTD Canada Passenger Car Sales Rankings – Top 141 Best-Selling Cars In Canada – Every Car Ranked


2016 Honda Civic sedan rear

If there was any doubt remaining, it’s down to its last fine shreds. At the halfway point of 2016, the Honda Civic leads the Hyundai Elantra by nearly 7700 sales in the race to end 2016 as Canada’s best-selling car.

The Civic first claimed the crown in 1998 and hasn’t surrendered it since. In order for the Hyundai Elantra, which is surging toward a possible best-ever finish in 2016, to outperform the Civic by year’s end, the Hyundai would need to outsell the Civic by an average of 1280 units per month between July and December. 

Canada Auto Sales Brand Rankings – June 2016 YTD
Canada Vehicle Sales Rankings By Model – June 2016 YTD
Canada SUV/Crossover Sales By Model – June 2016 YTD

Un-flipping-likely. The Civic, you’ll recall with some instant math, outsold the Elantra by an average of 1280 units per month through the first half of the year, a 30% margin. 

The three top rivals for the perennial leading duo are all in decline. Year-to-date, Toyota, Mazda, and Chevrolet lost 10,193 sales with the Corolla, 3, and Cruze. Volkswagen Jetta sales are down by 4304 units. Ford Focus sales are down by 2809 units. 

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The car market, you might say, is not a particularly healthy part of an auto industry that reported its best first-half ever. Passenger cars now account for 35% of the Canadian, down from 39% one year ago.

There are new passenger cars in this month’s edition, however. The Jaguar XE collected its first Canadian sales in June. We also have June (and June only) figures for a trio of Maseratis.

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Reminder: these are 2016 year-to-date rankings, but you can sort cars by June 2016 volume by clicking the June 2016 column header, or you can rank them by improvements or declines using the % columns. 

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Canada Pickup Truck Sales By Model – June 2016 YTD
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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
June
2016 YTD
June
2015 YTD
%
Change
June
2016
June
2015
% Change
#1 Honda Civic 33,193 29,589 12.2% 6,232 6,030 3.3%
#2 Hyundai Elantra 25,511 22,350 14.1% 4,816 3,325 44.8%
#3 Toyota Corolla 24,370 25,798 -5.5% 4,993 5,377 -7.1%
#4 Mazda 3 14,156 18,513 -23.5% 2,832 3,522 -19.6%
#5 Chevrolet Cruze 11,368 15,776 -27.9% 1,903 2,848 -33.2%
#6 Volkswagen Golf 10,793 10,416 3.6% 1,790 1,849 -3.2%
#6.1 Volkswagen Golf * 9,422 8,926 5.6% 1,503 1,593 -5.6%
#6.2 Volkswagen Golf GTI * 1,371 1,490 -8.0% 287 256 12.1%
#7 Volkswagen Jetta 10,749 15,053 -28.6% 1,693 2,573 -34.2%
#8 Hyundai Accent 10,168 10,287 -1.2% 2,026 1,952 3.8%
#9 Toyota Camry 9,350 9,416 -0.7% 1,962 1,894 3.6%
#10 Nissan Sentra 8,495 7,885 7.7% 2,159 1,491 44.8%
#11 Ford Focus 7,620 10,429 -26.9% 1,522 2,205 -31.0%
#12 Ford Fusion 7,263 7,690 -5.6% 2,440 1,433 70.3%
#13 Honda Accord 7,230 7,142 1.2% 1,372 1,446 -5.1%
#14 Kia Forte 6,455 6,756 -4.5% 1,356 1,601 -15.3%
#15 Chevrolet Malibu 6,417 5,482 17.1% 673 772 -12.8%
#16 Kia Soul 5,921 6,338 -6.6% 1,355 1,652 -18.0%
#16.1 Kia Soul * 5,607 6,338 -11.5% 1,287 1,652 -22.1%
#16.2 Kia Soul EV * 314 68
#17 Subaru Impreza 5,834 5,846 -0.2% 1,133 1,042 8.7%
#17.1 Subaru Impreza * 3,848 4,320 -10.9% 767 805 -4.7%
#17.2 Subaru Impreza WRX/STI * 1,986 1,526 30.1% 366 237 54.4%
#18 Nissan Micra 5,374 6,024 -10.8% 974 1,056 -7.8%
#19 Nissan Altima 4,912 4,110 19.5% 877 637 37.7%
#20 Ford Mustang 4,832 4,266 13.3% 921 972 -5.2%
#21 Mercedes-Benz C-Class 4,592 5,508 -16.6% 992 970 2.3%
#22 Hyundai Sonata 4,502 6,947 -35.2% 918 885 3.7%
#23 Kia Rio 4,416 5,239 -15.7% 1,149 779 47.5%
#24 Toyota Yaris 4,274 4,117 3.8% 736 708 4.0%
#24.1 Toyota Yaris Hatchback 3,541 4,117 -14.0% 598 708 -15.5%
#24.2 Toyota Yaris Sedan * 733 138
#25 Chrysler 200 4,087 6,342 -35.6% 1,030 810 27.2%
#26 Honda Fit 4,076 5,674 -28.2% 681 918 -25.8%
#27 Nissan Versa 4,036 4,755 -15.1% 882 770 14.5%
#28 Buick Verano 3,963 2,979 33.0% 729 713 2.2%
#29 Mitsubishi Lancer 3,758 3,051 23.2% 601 697 -13.8%
#30 BMW 3-Series 3,271 4,478 -27.0% 544 843 -35.5%
#31 Chevrolet Sonic 2,842 3,325 -14.5% 384 577 -33.4%
#32 Mini Cooper  2,803 2,661 7.5% 517 538 -6.9%
#33 Chrysler 300 2,778 3,341 -16.9% 260 613 -57.6%
#34 Audi A4 º 2,736 2,974 -8.0% 582 488 19.3%
#35 Kia Optima 2,725 2,976 -8.4% 489 420 16.4%
#36 BMW 4-Series 2,607 2,694 -3.2% 531 619 -14.2%
#37 Dodge Charger 2,399 3,352 -28.4% 298 377 -21.0%
#38 Scion iM 2,385 221
#39 Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class 2,294 1,931 18.8% 421 350 20.3%
#40 Audi A3 2,124 2,085 1.9% 511 425 20.2%
#41 Acura TLX 2,082 2,354 -11.6% 348 352 -1.1%
#42 Volkswagen Passat ¤ 2,055 3,131 -34.4% 261 551 -52.6%
#42.1 Volkswagen Passat * 1,962 2,881 -31.9% 253 531 -52.4%
#42.2 Volkswagen Passat CC * 93 250 -62.8% 8 20 -60.0%
#43 Dodge Challenger 2,033 1,925 5.6% 374 326 14.7%
#44 Ford Fiesta 1,912 2,432 -21.4% 236 528 -55.3%
#45 Ford Taurus 1,754 2,141 -18.1% 388 633 -38.7%
#46 Mitsubishi Mirage 1,737 1,835 -5.3% 256 228 12.3%
#47 Mercedes-Benz E-Class & CLS-Class ¤ 1,724 1,620 6.4% 210 352 -40.3%
#48 Chevrolet Impala 1,643 1,419 15.8% 328 278 18.0%
#49 Toyota Prius C ² 1,628 1,677 -2.9% 598 278 115%
#50 Volkswagen Beetle 1,559 1,421 9.7% 177 243 -27.2%
#51 Subaru Legacy 1,554 1,871 -16.9% 249 312 -20.2%
#52 Chevrolet Camaro 1,473 1,764 -16.5% 296 312 -5.1%
#53 Chevrolet Spark 1,447 726 99.3% 336 93 261%
#54 Lexus IS 1,435 1,749 -18.0% 210 328 -36.0%
#55 Infiniti Q50 1,365 1,501 -9.1% 276 257 7.4%
#56 Nissan Maxima 1,351 466 190% 195 217 -10.1%
#57 Chevrolet Volt 1,292 425 204% 320 120 167%
#58 Mercedes-Benz B-Class 1,262 1,089 15.9% 252 176 43.2%
#59 Toyota Prius ² 1,238 840 47.4% 269 152 77.0%
#60 BMW 2-Series 1,193 793 50.4% 196 193 1.6%
#61 Cadillac ATS 1,191 1,460 -18.4% 170 265 -35.8%
#62 Toyota Prius V ² 1,114 1,188 -6.2% 227 265 -14.3%
#63 Acura ILX 1,104 1,153 -4.2% 160 213 -24.9%
#64 BMW 5-Series 1,085 874 24.1% 214 197 8.6%
#65 Mazda 6 1,065 1,367 -22.1% 202 271 -25.5%
#66 Hyundai Veloster 1,033 1,766 -41.5% 252 272 -7.4%
#67 Lexus ES 1,018 1,176 -13.4% 204 240 -15.0%
#68 Chevrolet Corvette 937 1,145 -18.2% 237 251 -5.6%
#69 Audi A5 840 947 -11.3% 127 206 -38.3%
#70 Dodge Dart 829 1,979 -58.1% 87 220 -60.5%
#71 Hyundai Genesis  693 778 -10.9% 104 97 7.2%
#72 Scion FR-S 643 696 -7.6% 138 162 -14.8%
#73 Mazda MX-5 Miata 629 269 134% 104 60 73.3%
#74 Nissan Leaf 617 488 26.4% 123 101 21.8%
#75 Smart Fortwo 600 370 62.2% 31 63 -50.8%
#76 Nissan 370Z 557 309 80.3% 145 71 104%
#77 Scion tC 540 605 -10.7% 104 142 -26.8%
#78 Hyundai Genesis Coupe  532 635 -16.2% 102 78 30.8%
#79 Porsche 911 523 476 9.9% 99 92 7.6%
#80 Fiat 500 511 1,610 -68.3% 69 243 -71.6%
#80.1 Fiat 500 * 318 1,173 -72.9% 46 178 -74.2%
#80.2 Fiat 500 Convertible * 193 437 -55.8% 23 65 -64.6%
#81 Audi A6 507 475 6.7% 87 112 -22.3%
#82 Buick LaCrosse 494 488 1.2% 130 58 124%
#83 Mercedes-Benz S-Class 482 548 -12.0% 74 110 -32.7%
#84 Buick Regal 451 575 -21.6% 98 64 53.1%
#85 Lincoln MKZ 442 552 -19.9% 81 83 -2.4%
#86 Audi A7 432 376 14.9% 78 99 -21.2%
#87 Subaru BRZ 420 510 -17.6% 107 120 -10.8%
#88 Ford C-Max 400 279 43.4% 83 63 31.7%
#89 Volvo S60 395 386 2.3% 74 62 19.4%
#90 Audi TT 371 24 1,446% 54 4 1,250%
#91 Cadillac CTS 362 379 -4.5% 42 60 -30.0%
#92 Jaguar F-Type 318 262 21.4% 48 73 -34.2%
#93 Toyota Avalon 316 447 -29.3% 92 84 9.5%
#94 Jaguar XF 311 286 8.7% 49 37 32.4%
#95 BMW i-Series 309 255 21.2% 57 49 16.3%
#96 BMW 6-Series 273 275 -0.7% 61 39 56.4%
#97 Lexus CT200h 272 453 -40.0% 48 93 -48.4%
#98 Volvo V60 271 582 -53.4% 44 97 -54.6%
#99 BMW 7-Series 249 137 81.8% 54 31 74.2%
#100 Lexus RC 246 380 -35.3% 47 56 -16.1%
#101 Cadillac XTS 231 337 -31.5% 22 62 -64.5%
#102 Lexus GS 210 212 -0.9% 26 40 -35.0%
#103 Porsche Cayman 192 127 51.2% 42 33 27.3%
#104 Lincoln MKS 182 109 67.0% 10 15 -33.3%
#105 Fiat 500L 181 1,703 -89.4% 22 134 -83.6%
#106 Mercedes-Benz SLK-Class 168 164 2.4% 21 26 -19.2%
#107 Porsche Boxster 146 190 -23.2% 28 46 -39.1%
#108 Volvo XC70 139 250 -44.4% 24 52 -53.8%
#109 Porsche Panamera 129 152 -15.1% 16 31 -48.4%
#110 Audi A8 127 136 -6.6% 19 35 -45.7%
#111 Jaguar XJ 124 129 -3.9% 21 24 -12.5%
#112 Kia Cadenza 112 90 24.4% 23 10 130%
#113 Infiniti Q70 99 113 -12.4% 10 16 -37.5%
#114 Mercedes-AMG GT 93 58 60.3% 9 24 -62.5%
#115 Mercedes-Benz SL-Class 83 175 -52.6% 12 47 -74.5%
#116 Acura RLX 62 99 -37.4% 5 11 -54.5%
#117 BMW Z4 60 69 -13.0% 17 16 6.3%
#118 Audi R8 59 79 -25.3% 18 19 -5.3%
#119 Lexus LS 55 80 -31.3% 6 13 -53.8%
#120 Nissan GT-R 53 67 -20.9% 8 11 -27.3%
#121 Volkswagen Eos 50 272 -81.6% 76 -100%
#122 Scion xB 47 578 -91.9% 83 -100%
#123 Mitsubishi i MiEV 46 72 -36.1% 8 16 -50.0%
#124 Cadillac CT6 46 27
#125 Jaguar XE 43 43
#126 Maserati Ghibli º 40
#127 Alfa Romeo 4C 37 25 48.0% 1 8 -87.5%
#128 Dodge Viper 36 91 -60.4% 5 13 -61.5%
#129 Mazda 2 27 615 -95.6% 83 -100%
#130 Infiniti Q60 22 229 -90.4% 45 -100%
#131 Volvo S80 21 58 -63.8% 9 -100%
#132 Honda CR-Z 20 41 -51.2% 3 8 -62.5%
#133 Kia K900 14 18 -22.2% 3 3 0.0%
#134 Maserati GranTurismo º 13
#134.1 Maserati GranTurismo * 6
#134.2 Maserati GranTurismo Convertible * 7
#135 Maserati Quattroporte º 10
#136 Cadillac ELR 8 21 -61.9% 2 3 -33.3%
T137 Hyundai Equus 5 18 -72.2% 2 -100%
T137 Honda Crosstour 5 258 -98.1% 26 -100%
#139 Scion iQ 2 125 -98.4% 24 -100%
T140 Porsche 918 Spyder 1 14 -92.9% 3 -100%
T140 Honda Insight 1
#142 Toyota Matrix 295 -100%
#143 Scion xD 27 -100%
#144 Nissan Cube 2 -100%
#145 Mercedes-Benz R-Class 1 -100%
#146 Jaguar XK 24 -100% 5 -100%
#147 Dodge Avenger 8 -100%
#148 BMW 1-Series 3 -100%
Total
344,790 368,868 -6.5% 66,101 68,081 -2.9%

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 57% to 1094 in June; up 7% to 3980 YTD.
† Mini Cooper includes sales of the Hardtop, Convertible, Clubman, Coupe, Roadster, and Paceman.
‡ Total Genesis sales: up 18% to 206 in June; down 13% to 1225 YTD.
¤ Automakers release sales figures for the E-Class and CLS-Class and the Passat and CC together. (June’s Passat breakdown, sourced by ANDC, is not confirmed by Volkswagen.)
º Audi’s A4 sales data includes sales of the Allroad. We’ve acquired Maserati figures by model, but only for the month of June – the blank spaces for other months do not indicate that there were no Maseratis sold in the previous five months of 2016 or the first six months of 2015.
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 2016’s first six months were 41, 108, 85, and 42, units, respectively. Total Maserati volume is reported, but not by specific models. It is believed that Tesla sold 639 copies of their Model S during the first five months of 2016.