October 2016 YTD Canada Passenger Car Sales Rankings - Top 148 Best-Selling Cars In Canada - Every Car Ranked

2017 Honda Civic hatchback grey
The Honda Civic will end 2016 as Canada's best-selling car. 

2016 will be the 19th consecutive year of sales leadership in the passenger car sector for Honda's most popular car. Already, in ten months, Honda Canada has sold 56,783 new Civics this year, almost certainly more sales than the Civic's passenger car rivals will manage in the whole calendar year. This grants the Civic a victory even if Honda had to stop selling Civics today.


Canada Vehicle Sales Rankings By Model - October 2016 YTD
Canada SUV/Crossover Sales By Model - October 2016 YTD


But the Civic continues apace, reporting 2% year-over-year growth in October 2016 despite a 9% drop in the passenger car market. 


Honda, boosted by the arrival of the Civic hatchback, posted a 1% brand-wide increase in October even as industry-wide sales slid 5%, the fourth consecutive month of decline. Car sales at Honda, however, are nevertheless down 2% this year, a year in which passenger car volume has fallen 8%.


Canada Car Sales Rankings By Model - September 2016 YTD
Canada Car Sales Rankings By Model - October 2015 YTD


Car volume is also lower this year than last at Acura, Bentley, BMW, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Ford, Hyundai, Infiniti, Kia, Lexus, Mazda, Mercedes-Benz, Nissan, Subaru, Toyota, Volkswagen, and Volvo.


Reminder: these are 2016 year-to-date rankings, but you can sort cars by October 2016 volume by clicking the October 2016 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.


Canada Pickup Truck Sales By Model - October 2016 YTD
Canada Minivan Sales By Model - October 2016 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. Mobile users can now thumb across the table for full-width access.


Click Column Headers To Sort • September 2016October 2015

Rank
Car
Oct.
2016 YTD
Oct.
2015 YTD
%
Change
Oct.
2016
Oct.
2015
% Change
#1Honda Civic56,78355,8811.6%6,3976,2722.0%
#2Hyundai Elantra43,45741,9573.6%3,0394,035-24.7%
#3Toyota Corolla40,17542,208-4.8%3,9073,23620.7%
#3.1Toyota Corolla Sedan *39,87642,208-5.5%3,6523,23612.9%
#3.2Toyota Corolla iM *299------255------
#4Mazda 323,58830,414-22.4%2,3332,788-16.3%
#5Chevrolet Cruze21,63427,139-20.3%2,4602,740-10.2%
#6Volkswagen Jetta18,95824,651-23.1%1,8502,078-11.0%
#7Hyundai Accent17,82717,3392.8%1,3601,470-7.5%
#8Volkswagen Golf17,44817,3290.7%1,5911,630-2.4%
#8.1Volkswagen Golf *15,23915,0331.4%1,4331,3784.0%
#8.2Volkswagen Golf GTI *2,2092,296-3.8%158252-37.3%
#9Ford Focus14,21318,424-22.9%1,0881,989-45.3%
#10Toyota Camry14,02215,179-7.6%8821,489-40.8%
#11Nissan Sentra12,89513,032-1.1%7491,180-36.5%
#12Ford Fusion12,27913,734-10.6%1,6221,15840.1%
#13Honda Accord11,90712,124-1.8%1,0821,353-20.0%
#14Kia Soul10,91111,715-6.9%1,2321,236-0.3%
#14.1Kia Soul *10,32211,520-10.4%1,1531,183-2.5%
#14.2Kia Soul EV *589195202%795349.1%
#15Kia Forte10,73010,3253.9%9468758.1%
#16Subaru Impreza10,1029,9621.4%1,0321,080-4.4%
#16.1Subaru Impreza *6,4917,260-10.6%653779-16.2%
#16.2Subaru Impreza WRX/STI *3,6112,70233.6%37930125.9%
#17Chevrolet Malibu9,9538,26620.4%82256346.0%
#18Nissan Micra8,78110,285-14.6%703880-20.1%
#19Hyundai Sonata8,51912,265-30.5%1,4401,07833.6%
#20Mercedes-Benz C-Class8,0738,650-6.7%8658096.9%
#21Ford Mustang7,1166,16615.4%29625018.4%
#22Nissan Altima7,0576,10115.7%57647022.6%
#23Kia Rio6,9618,759-20.5%527818-35.6%
#24Toyota Yaris6,8247,120-4.2%656921-28.8%
#24.1Toyota Yaris Hatchback *5,5406,981-20.6%504808-37.6%
#24.2Toyota Yaris Sedan *1,284139824%15211334.5%
#25Honda Fit6,5248,108-19.5%508613-17.1%
#26Buick Verano6,4705,48717.9%68154924.0%
#27BMW 3-Series6,4617,964-18.9%1,19987337.3%
#28Chrysler 2006,3879,714-34.2%603740-18.5%
#29Nissan Versa6,3738,111-21.4%490628-22.0%
#30Mitsubishi Lancer5,6765,14710.3%446523-14.7%
#31Audi A4 º5,1154,7687.3%72054831.4%
#32Mini Cooper 5,0644,59310.3%589610-3.4%
#33Kia Optima4,1575,307-21.7%359605-40.7%
#34BMW 4-Series4,0434,236-4.6%309359-13.9%
#35Chevrolet Sonic3,6765,038-27.0%137430-68.1%
#36Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class3,6533,31610.2%301385-21.8%
#37Volkswagen Passat ¤3,4645,192-33.3%394478-17.6%
#37.1Volkswagen Passat *3,3074,821-31.4%378442-14.5%
#37.2Volkswagen Passat CC *157371-57.7%1636-55.6%
#38Acura TLX3,4264,412-22.3%301415-27.5%
#39Audi A33,3033,2431.9%244264-7.6%
#40Dodge Charger3,2184,174-22.9%186297-37.4%
#41Chevrolet Spark3,2181,437124%38468465%
#42Chrysler 3003,1783,662-13.2%39151-74.2%
#43Dodge Challenger2,8862,49815.5%1201190.8%
#44Chevrolet Volt2,8811,071169%33720366.0%
#45Ford Fiesta2,7714,746-41.6%184450-59.1%
#46Lexus IS2,6602,972-10.5%323355-9.0%
#47Mitsubishi Mirage2,6293,015-12.8%237249-4.8%
#48Ford Taurus2,6242,999-12.5%17313825.4%
#49Subaru Legacy2,5992,780-6.5%33028316.6%
#50Mercedes-Benz E-Class & CLS-Class ¤2,5962,614-0.7%188276-31.9%
#51Scion iM2,547529381%12275-95.6%
#52Toyota Prius C ²2,5442,826-10.0%247270-8.5%
#53Chevrolet Camaro2,4502,4450.2%1789881.6%
#54Infiniti Q502,4212,784-13.0%283316-10.4%
#55Chevrolet Impala2,3302,3120.8%112272-58.8%
#56Toyota Prius ²2,2091,40057.8%91122-25.4%
#57Mercedes-Benz B-Class2,1311,9648.5%172231-25.5%
#58Volkswagen Beetle2,0962,170-3.4%114213-46.5%
#59Nissan Maxima2,0481,35551.1%117196-40.3%
#60Acura ILX2,0392,068-1.4%22118519.5%
#61Cadillac ATS2,0362,784-26.9%165376-56.1%
#62Toyota Prius V ²1,8112,135-15.2%177213-16.9%
#63BMW 2-Series1,7961,35332.7%151167-9.6%
#64Lexus ES1,7721,993-11.1%183216-15.3%
#65Mazda 61,7282,359-26.7%1821791.7%
#66BMW 5-Series1,6691,5895.0%141215-34.4%
#67Hyundai Veloster1,6552,676-38.2%151170-11.2%
#68Chevrolet Corvette1,5921,628-2.2%1017338.4%
#69Smart Fortwo1,400621125%6569-5.8%
#70Audi A51,3081,494-12.4%80147-45.6%
#71Nissan Leaf1,21796326.4%13211316.8%
#72Dodge Dart1,2132,758-56.0%100183-45.4%
#73Toyota 86/Scion FR-S9881,209-18.3%6988-21.6%
#73.1Scion FR-S9121,209-24.6%2988-67.0%
#73.2Toyota 8676------40------
#74Hyundai Genesis Sedan 9591,223-21.6%1692-82.6%
#75Lincoln MKZ935968-3.4%11910513.3%
#76Mazda MX-5 Miata88057054.4%3239-17.9%
#77Mercedes-Benz S-Class878952-7.8%88106-17.0%
#78Hyundai Genesis Coupe 872941-7.3%725922.0%
#79Nissan 370Z87262240.2%4466-33.3%
#80Fiat 5008642,733-68.4%117147-20.4%
#81Porsche 91185575313.5%2648-45.8%
#82Scion tC8341,002-16.8%2991-68.1%
#83Audi A6754773-2.5%5391-41.8%
#84Audi A775365515.0%907028.6%
#85Ford C-Max74059923.5%775735.1%
#86Buick Regal727858-15.3%3468-50.0%
#87Cadillac CTS7216589.6%73121-39.7%
#88Subaru BRZ664744-10.8%524030.0%
#89Buick LaCrosse661854-22.6%6691-27.5%
#90Volvo S606245856.7%523933.3%
#91Audi TT552213159%3253-39.6%
#92Toyota Avalon533696-23.4%4768-30.9%
#93Volvo V60525893-41.2%7495-22.1%
#94Cadillac XTS521609-14.4%684358.1%
#95BMW 7-Series51326097.3%633865.8%
#96Lexus CT200h488718-32.0%907225.0%
#97Jaguar XF48342015.0%1831-41.9%
#98Jaguar F-Type47040216.9%1920-5.0%
#99Lexus RC469739-36.5%48456.7%
#100BMW i-Series4424351.6%3741-9.8%
#101BMW 6-Series4174092.0%3438-10.5%
#102Lexus GS3553520.9%403321.2%
#103Porsche Boxster3173121.6%151315.4%
#104Porsche Cayman31125721.0%1031-67.7%
#105Infiniti Q60283386-26.7%14722568%
#106Maserati Ghibli270287-5.9%2940-27.5%
#107Fiat 500L2681,858-85.6%3865-41.5%
#108Mercedes-Benz SLK-Class2622485.6%181163.6%
#109Porsche Panamera253292-13.4%2538-34.2%
#110Jaguar XE250------54------
#111Jaguar XJ242277-12.6%2228-21.4%
#112Volvo XC70215359-40.1%624-75.0%
#113Fiat 124 Spider208------39------
#114Lincoln MKS19415922.0%211-81.8%
#115Audi A8190201-5.5%1225-52.0%
#116Mercedes-Benz SL-Class186255-27.1%191172.7%
#117Mercedes-AMG GT16311838.1%1117-35.3%
#118Cadillac CT6151------28------
#119Kia Cadenza149151-1.3%1125-56.0%
#120Audi R81438862.5%152650%
#121Nissan GT-R14011818.6%12933.3%
#122Infiniti Q70133170-21.8%411-63.6%
#123BMW Z49698-2.0%46-33.3%
#124Acura RLX90159-43.4%517-70.6%
#125Mitsubishi i-MiEV78102-23.5%59-44.4%
#126Lexus LS76102-25.5%9728.6%
#127Volvo S9072------16------
#128Maserati Quattroporte70682.9%10742.9%
#129Lincoln Continental69------52------
#130Alfa Romeo 4C65105-38.1%1112-8.3%
#131Maserati GranTurismo6064-6.3%14-75.0%
#132Bentley Continental GT5182-37.8%57-28.6%
#133Volkswagen Eos50417-88.0%---19-100%
#134Scion xB47883-94.7%---62-100%
#135Dodge Viper40107-62.6%---1-100%
#136Honda CR-Z3451-33.3%23-33.3%
T137Acura NSX27------14------
T137Mazda 227746-96.4%---10-100%
#139Kia K9002529-13.8%---4-100%
#140Volvo S802362-62.9%---------
#141Bentley Flying Spur1925-24.0%---2-100%
#142Cadillac ELR1125-56.0%3------
#143Hyundai Equus933-72.7%15-80.0%
#144Honda Crosstour5291-98.3%---2-100%
#145Bentley Mulsanne46-33.3%3------
#146Scion iQ2235-99.1%---25-100%
T147Honda Insight1---------------
T147Porsche 918 Spyder118-94.4%---------
#283Toyota Matrix---295-100%---------
#285Scion xD---27-100%---------
#286Jaguar XK---25-100%---1-100%
#287Dodge Avenger---8-100%---------
#290BMW 1-Series---3-100%---------
#291Nissan Cube---2-100%---------
#292Nissan Quest---2-100%---------
#294Mercedes-Benz R-Class---1-100%---------
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Total
573,006620,285-7.6% 52,749 57,887 -8.9%
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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 14.9% to 515 in October; up 55.3% to 6564 YTD.
† Mini Cooper includes sales of the Hardtop, Convertible, Clubman, Coupe, Roadster, and Paceman.
‡ Total Genesis sales: down 41.7% to 88 in October; down 15.4% to 1831 YTD.
¤ Automakers release sales figures for the E-Class and CLS-Class and the Passat and CC together. 
º Audi's A4 sales data includes sales of the Allroad. 
Sales data for brands such as Ferrari, Lamborghini, and Rolls-Royce are unfortunately not broken down by model. ANDC estimates say sales for those brands in 2016's first ten months were 180, 145, and 70 units, respectively. It is believed that Tesla sold 1821 new vehicles during the first nine months of 2016.

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