February 2017 YTD Canada Passenger Car Sales Rankings – Top 144 Best-Selling Cars In Canada – Every Car Ranked


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Canadian sales of passenger cars continued their steady and predictable decline in February 2017, sliding 3% to 38,000 units, equal to only 31% of the market.

The decline would have been much sharper, but sales of the most popular cars in Canada are soaring in early 2017. February sales of the Honda Civic, Canada’s best-selling car in 19 consecutive years, jumped 37% to 3921 units. 

Canada Vehicle Sales By Model – February 2017 YTD
Canada SUV/Crossover Sales By Model – February 2017 YTD
Canada Pickup Truck Sales By Model – February 2017
Canada Minivan Sales By Model – February 2017

The Toyota Corolla, which like the Civic now encompasses a hatchback variant, rose 36% to 3469 units. Together, those two cars generated one in five Canadian car sales and added nearly 2000 sales to a sector that lost more than 1100 sales. 

Take away the Civic and Corolla gains and Canadian passenger car volume would have fallen 8% in February 2017.

Canada Car Sales By Model – March 2017 YTD
Canada Car Sales By Model – January 2017 YTD
Canada Car Sales By Model – February 2016 YTD

Numerous new cars, cars that mostly remain low-volume contenders, were added to Canada’s passenger car fleet in February 2017. The Kia Niro is an entry-level hybrid, launched to coincide with its Hyundai Ioniq corporate sibling. The two are thoroughly differentiated, with the Niro playing the crossover card. (It’s a wagon – the Niro is low and doesn’t offer all-wheel drive.) 

The Volvo V90 and Alfa Romeo Giulia collected their first Canadian sales in February, as well.

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Reminder: these are 2017 year-to-date rankings, but you can sort cars by February 2017 volume by clicking the February 2017 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.

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 • March 2017 • January 2017February 2016

Rank
Car
Feb.
2017 YTD
Feb.
2016 YTD
%
Change
Feb.
2017
Feb.
2016
% Change
#1 Honda Civic 7,251 6,576 10.3% 3,921 2,868 36.7%
#2 Toyota Corolla 5,996 4,717 27.1% 3,469 2,543 36.4%
#2.1 Toyota Corolla Sedan * 5,443 4,717 15.4% 3,106 2,543 22.1%
#2.2 Toyota Corolla iM * 553 363
#3 Hyundai Elantra 4,334 5,886 -26.4% 2,659 3,793 -29.9%
#4 Mazda 3 2,994 2,731 9.6% 1,555 1,450 7.2%
#5 Chevrolet Cruze 2,671 3,401 -21.5% 1,535 1,945 -21.1%
#6 Volkswagen Golf 2,307 2,164 6.6% 1,091 1,070 2.0%
#6.1 Volkswagen Golf * 2,095 1,886 11.1% 984 927 6.1%
#6.2 Volkswagen Golf GTI * 212 278 -23.7% 107 143 -25.2%
#7 Nissan Sentra 1,831 1,998 -8.4% 1,025 1,277 -19.7%
#8 Subaru Impreza 1,744 1,273 37.0% 940 570 64.9%
#8.1 Subaru Impreza * 1,257 816 54.0% 658 366 79.8%
#8.2 Subaru Impreza WRX/STI * 487 457 6.6% 282 204 38.2%
#9 Volkswagen Jetta 1,736 2,244 -22.6% 972 1,073 -9.4%
#10 Mercedes-Benz C-Class 1,708 991 72.4% 1,044 597 74.9%
#11 Ford Focus 1,668 1,732 -3.7% 845 907 -6.8%
#12 Toyota Camry 1,468 2,095 -29.9% 763 1,295 -41.1%
#13 Nissan Altima 1,416 1,447 -2.1% 874 786 11.2%
#14 Hyundai Accent 1,411 1,559 -9.5% 548 679 -19.3%
#15 Kia Forte 1,392 1,421 -2.0% 818 971 -15.8%
#16 Honda Accord 1,354 1,650 -17.9% 718 813 -11.7%
#17 Kia Soul 1,194 1,198 -0.3% 667 536 24.4%
#17.1 Kia Soul * 1,113 1,132 -1.7% 624 511 22.1%
#17.2 Kia Soul EV * 81 66 22.7% 43 25 72.0%
#18 Hyundai Sonata 1,162 842 38.0% 695 344 102%
#19 BMW 3-Series 1,145 936 22.3% 686 429 59.9%
#20 Chrysler 200 1,062 624 70.2% 415 289 43.6%
#21 Chevrolet Malibu 1,022 1,449 -29.5% 610 833 -26.8%
#22 Nissan Versa 1,018 892 14.1% 466 476 -2.1%
#23 Audi A4 º 988 373 165% 418 180 132%
#24 Ford Fusion 977 1,366 -28.5% 555 796 -30.3%
#25 Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class 825 587 40.5% 353 326 8.3%
#26 Nissan Micra 813 1,352 -39.9% 354 707 -49.9%
#27 Kia Optima 770 752 2.4% 375 353 6.2%
#28 Mitsubishi Lancer 742 1,035 -28.3% 361 566 -36.2%
#29 Mini Cooper  639 506 26.3% 370 281 31.7%
#29.1 Mini Cooper * 494 506 -2.4% 292 281 3.9%
#29.2 Mini Cooper Clubman * 145 78
#30 Ford Mustang 636 521 22.1% 403 289 39.4%
#31 Buick Verano 577 571 1.1% 273 307 -11.1%
#32 Chevrolet Volt 522 196 166% 266 102 161%
#33 Chrysler 300 514 304 69.1% 304 171 77.8%
#34 Chevrolet Sonic 510 416 22.6% 146 210 -30.5%
#35 Toyota Yaris 495 925 -46.5% 248 527 -52.9%
#35.1 Toyota Yaris Hatchback * 464 777 -40.3% 235 430 -45.3%
#35.2 Toyota Yaris Sedan * 31 148 -79.1% 13 97 -86.6%
#36 Dodge Charger 485 431 12.5% 286 229 24.9%
#37 Kia Rio 475 980 -51.5% 234 487 -52.0%
#38 Acura TLX 472 443 6.5% 265 211 25.6%
#39 Audi A3 469 387 21.2% 253 181 39.8%
#40 Dodge Challenger 403 242 66.5% 167 163 2.5%
#41 Volkswagen Beetle 376 213 76.5% 208 139 49.6%
#42 Volkswagen Passat ¤ 369 589 -37.4% 176 338 -47.9%
#42.1 Volkswagen Passat * 352 558 -36.9% 167 326 -48.8%
#42.2 Volkswagen Passat CC * 17 31 -45.2% 9 12 -25.0%
#43 BMW 4-Series 353 718 -50.8% 207 346 -40.2%
#44 Mercedes-Benz B-Class 347 302 14.9% 176 168 4.8%
#45 Chevrolet Spark 331 187 77.0% 188 117 60.7%
#46 Mercedes-Benz E-Class & CLS-Class ¤ 320 550 -41.8% 168 319 -47.3%
#47 Nissan Maxima 304 315 -3.5% 172 161 6.8%
#48 Honda Fit 302 1,049 -71.2% 175 490 -64.3%
#49 Lexus IS 289 286 1.0% 149 155 -3.9%
#50 Chevrolet Impala 281 233 20.6% 157 127 23.6%
#51 Fiat 500 273 119 129% 92 68 35.3%
#52 Toyota Prius ² 251 82 206% 120 36 233%
#53 Subaru Legacy 243 341 -28.7% 127 186 -31.7%
#54 BMW 2-Series 237 227 4.4% 139 136 2.2%
#55 Dodge Dart 235 225 4.4% 56 112 -50.0%
T56 Acura ILX 233 273 -14.7% 128 147 -12.9%
T56 Mitsubishi Mirage 233 243 -4.1% 135 125 8.0%
#58 Hyundai Veloster 229 148 54.7% 192 75 156%
#59 Ford Taurus 217 245 -11.4% 87 91 -4.4%
#60 Chevrolet Camaro 216 202 6.9% 128 106 20.8%
T61 Cadillac ATS 215 431 -50.1% 116 172 -32.6%
T61 Infiniti Q50 215 448 -52.0% 132 239 -44.8%
T63 Ford Fiesta 211 567 -62.8% 120 275 -56.4%
T63 Mazda 6 211 229 -7.9% 111 134 -17.2%
#65 Toyota Prius V ² 200 243 -17.7% 112 119 -5.9%
#66 Nissan Leaf 178 123 44.7% 113 51 122%
#67 Lexus ES 178 232 -23.3% 91 91 0.0%
#68 Toyota Prius C ² 166 382 -56.5% 85 267 -68.2%
#69 Mazda MX-5 Miata 150 94 59.6% 73 79 -7.6%
#70 Lincoln MKZ 140 98 42.9% 78 50 56.0%
T71 Mercedes-Benz S-Class 136 134 1.5% 66 94 -29.8%
T71 Audi A6 136 92 47.8% 86 48 79.2%
#73 Infiniti Q60 133 12 1,008% 81 5 1,520%
#74 BMW 5-Series 127 211 -39.8% 123 169 -27.2%
#75 Ford C-Max 114 67 70.1% 62 40 55.0%
#76 Volvo V60 100 104 -3.8% 66 71 -7.0%
#77 Audi A7 96 82 17.1% 57 42 35.7%
#78 Chevrolet Bolt 92 86
#79 Volvo S60 91 129 -29.5% 69 75 -8.0%
#80 Jaguar XE 88 60
T81 BMW 7-Series 81 74 9.5% 41 40 2.5%
T81 Lincoln Continental 81 35
T81 Cadillac XTS 81 76 6.6% 50 40 25.0%
#84 Buick LaCrosse 78 64 21.9% 38 28 35.7%
#85 Subaru BRZ 73 52 40.4% 50 32 56.3%
#86 Toyota 86 72 86 -16.3% 36 50 -28.0%
#86.1 Toyota 86 * 53 29
#86.2 Scion FR-S * 19 86 -77.9% 7 50 -86.0%
#87 Jaguar XJ 71 38 86.8% 41 14 193%
#88 Porsche 911 69 67 3.0% 37 35 5.7%
T89 Fiat 124 Spider 63 21
T89 Audi A5 63 130 -51.5% 36 73 -50.7%
#91 Buick Regal 62 159 -61.0% 37 92 -59.8%
T92 Cadillac CTS 61 133 -54.1% 30 55 -45.5%
T92 Nissan 370Z 61 59 3.4% 32 41 -22.0%
#94 Chevrolet Corvette 60 55 9.1% 28 27 3.7%
#95 BMW i-Series 51 74 -31.1% 21 40 -47.5%
T96 Smart Fortwo 50 217 -77.0% 34 192 -82.3%
T96 Toyota Avalon 50 63 -20.6% 30 22 36.4%
#98 Lexus CT 45 58 -22.4% 19 35 -45.7%
#99 Jaguar XF 43 62 -30.6% 25 46 -45.7%
T100 Cadillac CT6 38 17
T100 Jaguar F-Type 38 65 -41.5% 22 34 -35.3%
#102 Hyundai Genesis Coupe 37 73 -49.3% 19 48 -60.4%
T103 Mercedes-Benz SL-Class 35 16 119% 20 7 186%
T103 Audi TT 35 65 -46.2% 25 48 -47.9%
#105 Lexus RC 34 42 -19.0% 21 10 110%
T106 BMW 6-Series 32 65 -50.8% 13 38 -65.8%
T106 Maserati Ghibli 32 27 18.5% 21 16 31.3%
T106 Lexus GS 32 64 -50.0% 17 34 -50.0%
#109 Mercedes-AMG GT 31 21 47.6% 12 10 20.0%
#110 Scion tC 28 89 -68.5% 14 45 -68.9%
T111 Audi A8 26 18 44.4% 13 8 62.5%
T111 Porsche Cayman 26 26 0.0% 14 18 -22.2%
T111 Volvo S90 26 12
#114 Genesis G90 25 11
#115 Infiniti Q70 22 54 -59.3% 9 26 -65.4%
#116 Genesis G80 21 13
#117 Mercedes-Benz SLC-Class/SLK-Class 20 37 -45.9% 11 25 -56.0%
T118 Hyundai Ioniq 19 1
T118 Audi R8 19 1 1,800% 13 1 1,200%
#120 Fiat 500L 18 52 -65.4% 33 -100%
T121 Maserati Quattroporte 13 9 44.4% 6 4 50.0%
T121 Lexus LS 13 25 -48.0% 7 8 -12.5%
#123 Nissan GT-R 12 21 -42.9% 5 11 -54.5%
T124 Kia Cadenza 11 21 -47.6% 6 13 -53.8%
T124 Porsche Boxster 11 19 -42.1% 3 8 -62.5%
T126 Acura RLX 9 14 -35.7% 6 7 -14.3%
T126 Mitsubishi i MiEV 9 15 -40.0% 3 8 -62.5%
T126 Volvo V90 9 9
#129 Porsche Panamera 8 21 -61.9% 2 12 -83.3%
T130 Dodge Viper 6 6 0.0% 6 4 50.0%
T130 Honda CR-Z 6 5 20.0% 2 2 0.0%
T130 Maserati GranTurismo 6 7 -14.3% 3 4 -25.0%
T130 Bentley Continental GT 6 7 -14.3% 5 6 -16.7%
#134 BMW Z4 4 6 -33.3% 5 -100%
T135 Alfa Romeo Giulia 3 3
T135 Kia Niro 3 3
T135 Bentley Flying Spur 3 1 200% 3 1 200%
T138 Lincoln MKS 2 18 -88.9% 5 -100%
T138 Kia K900 2 5 -60.0% 4 -100%
T138 Volvo XC70 2 45 -95.6% 1 25 -96.0%
T141 Alfa Romeo 4C 1 8 -87.5% 1 6 -83.3%
T141 Acura NSX 1
T141 Hyundai Genesis 1 150 -99.3% 97 -100%
T141 Scion iM 1 353 -99.7% 203 -100%
#145 Scion xB 34 -100% 10 -100%
#146 Mazda 2 27 -100% 23 -100%
#147 Volkswagen Eos 24 -100% 11 -100%
#148 Volvo S80 19 -100% 2 -100%
#149 Cadillac ELR 4 -100% 3 -100%
#150 Honda Crosstour 2 -100% 1 -100%
#151 Scion iQ 2 -100%
#152 Honda Insight 1 -100%
Total
69,763 72,489 -3.8% 37,727 38,839 -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: down 25% to 317 in February; down 13% to 617 YTD.
† Mini Cooper includes sales of the Hardtop, Convertible, Clubman, Coupe, Roadster, and Paceman.
¤ 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 2017’s first two months were 40, 36, and 16 units, respectively. It is believed that Tesla sold 100 copies of the Model S during the first month of 2017.