April 2017 YTD Canada Passenger Car Sales Rankings – Top 145 Best-Selling Cars In Canada – Every Car Ranked


2015 Honda Fit EX

Canada’s passenger car market took a 9% hit in April 2017 despite continued growth from the two top-selling cars in Canada.

The Honda Civic, on track to end 2017 as Canada’s best-selling car for a 20th consecutive year, posted a 4% uptick in April and is up 17% – or 3113 units – so far this year.

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

Toyota Corolla volume rose 4% last month and is up by more than 2600 sales so far this year. The Civic and Corolla, both which hatchback variants that weren’t part of the Civic/Corolla lines a year ago, account for one out of every five new vehicles sold in Canada. 

Many of their competitors are fading fast.

Take the Hyundai Elantra, Canada’s third-best-selling car. Elantra sales are down 21% this year, a loss of 3322 sales for Hyundai Canada’s dealers. The best-selling midsize car in Canada, Toyota’s soon-to-be-replaced Camry, has already lost more than 1500 sales in 2017’s first four months. 

Canada Car Sales Rankings By Model – March 2017 YTD
Canada Car Sales Rankings By Model – April 2016 YTD

Seven of Canada’s 20 best-selling cars, and 12 of the top 30, have reported year-over-year percentage losses in the double digits. 

Reminder: these are 2017 year-to-date rankings, but you can sort cars by April 2017 volume by clicking the April 2017 column header, or you can rank them by improvements or declines using the % columns. 
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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.

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Rank
Car
April
2017 YTD
April
2016 YTD
%
Change
April
2017
April
2016
% Change
#1 Honda Civic 21,834 18,721 16.6% 6,438 6,202 3.8%
#2 Toyota Corolla 16,615 13,992 18.7% 5,841 5,641 3.5%
#2.1 Toyota Corolla Sedan * 14,953 13,992 6.9% 5,241 5,641 -7.1%
#2.2 Toyota Corolla iM * 1,662 600
#3 Hyundai Elantra 12,863 16,185 -20.5% 4,806 4,607 4.3%
#4 Chevrolet Cruze 9,578 7,891 21.4% 3,991 2,196 81.7%
#5 Mazda 3 8,385 8,463 -0.9% 2,395 3,275 -26.9%
#6 Volkswagen Golf 6,033 6,744 -10.5% 2,081 2,542 -18.1%
#27.1 Volkswagen Golf * 5,466 5,916 -7.6% 1,924 2,250 -14.5%
#7.2 Volkswagen Golf GTI * 567 828 -31.5% 157 292 -46.2%
#7 Kia Forte 4,923 3,980 23.7% 1,908 1,512 26.2%
#8 Nissan Sentra 4,907 4,691 4.6% 1,326 1,159 14.4%
#9 Subaru Impreza 4,748 3,574 32.8% 1,664 1,412 17.8%
#9.1 Subaru Impreza * 3,316 2,263 46.5% 1,159 887 30.7%
#9.2 Subaru Impreza WRX/STI * 1,432 1,311 9.2% 505 525 -3.8%
#10 Volkswagen Jetta 4,716 6,823 -30.9% 1,784 2,912 -38.7%
#11 Hyundai Accent 4,303 5,376 -20.0% 1,747 2,549 -31.5%
#12 Toyota Camry 4,237 5,770 -26.6% 1,392 1,862 -25.2%
#13 Honda Accord 4,177 4,291 -2.7% 1,491 1,364 9.3%
#14 Mercedes-Benz C-Class 3,871 2,573 50.4% 1,137 691 64.5%
#15 Ford Focus 3,825 4,591 -16.7% 1,038 1,542 -32.7%
#16 Kia Soul 3,107 3,428 -9.4% 996 1,369 -27.2%
#17 Nissan Altima 2,833 2,897 -2.2% 361 698 -48.3%
#18 Nissan Versa 2,757 2,173 26.9% 705 649 8.6%
#19 Chrysler 200 2,693 1,624 65.8% 992 595 66.7%
#20 Chevrolet Malibu 2,642 4,816 -45.1% 756 1,541 -50.9%
#21 Ford Fusion 2,585 3,419 -24.4% 913 1,027 -11.1%
#22 Nissan Micra 2,460 3,466 -29.0% 772 930 -17.0%
#23 Ford Mustang 2,333 2,552 -8.6% 1,028 1,380 -25.5%
#24 Hyundai Sonata 2,269 2,019 12.4% 471 655 -28.1%
#25 Audi A4 º 2,233 1,478 51.1% 649 660 -1.7%
#26 BMW 3-Series 2,117 1,996 6.1% 513 567 -9.5%
#27 Mitsubishi Lancer 1,908 2,423 -21.3% 673 763 -11.8%
#28 Toyota Yaris 1,685 2,648 -36.4% 622 975 -36.2%
#28.1 Toyota Yaris Hatchback * 1,594 2,218 -28.1% 588 798 -26.3%
#28.2 Toyota Yaris Sedan * 91 430 -78.8% 34 177 -80.8%
#29 Kia Optima 1,625 1,890 -14.0% 456 461 -1.1%
#30 Mini Cooper  1,623 1,573 3.2% 561 627 -10.5%
#30.1 Mini Cooper * 1,341 1,573 -14.7% 490 627 -21.9%
#30.2 Mini Cooper Clubman * 282 71
#31 Dodge Charger 1,524 1,729 -11.9% 613 627 -2.2%
#32 Dodge Challenger 1,503 995 51.1% 525 469 11.9%
#33 Chrysler 300 1,498 1,754 -14.6% 429 826 -48.1%
#34 Chevrolet Sonic 1,456 1,546 -5.8% 558 694 -19.6%
#35 Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class 1,452 1,430 1.5% 277 429 -35.4%
#36 Audi A3 1,329 1,165 14.1% 443 392 13.0%
#37 Kia Rio 1,289 2,569 -49.8% 481 858 -43.9%
#38 Chevrolet Volt 1,247 702 77.6% 348 260 33.8%
#39 Buick Verano 1,202 2,397 -49.9% 277 1,125 -75.4%
#40 Mercedes-Benz E-Class & CLS-Class ¤ 1,168 1,214 -3.8% 386 300 28.7%
#41 Honda Fit 1,157 2,600 -55.5% 504 819 -38.5%
#42 Acura TLX 1,136 1,347 -15.7% 313 555 -43.6%
#43 Chevrolet Impala 1,102 957 15.2% 427 449 -4.9%
#44 Volkswagen Passat ¤ 1,071 1,434 -25.3% 401 495 -19.0%
#44.1 Volkswagen Passat * 1,034 1,364 -24.2% 392 475 -17.5%
#44.2 Volkswagen Passat CC * 37 70 -47.1% 9 20 -55.0%
#45 Hyundai Veloster 1,066 473 125% 457 208 120%
#46 BMW 4-Series 1,048 1,676 -37.5% 389 543 -28.4%
#47 Volkswagen Beetle 1,041 1,024 1.7% 341 452 -24.6%
#48 Chevrolet Spark 1,027 711 44.4% 474 289 64.0%
#49 Lexus IS 929 954 -2.6% 350 369 -5.1%
#50 Chevrolet Camaro 922 773 19.3% 394 348 13.2%
#51 Subaru Legacy 871 1,006 -13.4% 439 327 34.3%
#52 Nissan Maxima 835 903 -7.5% 184 301 -38.9%
#53 Toyota Prius 815 679 20.0% 336 323 4.0%
#54 Mercedes-Benz B-Class 787 791 -0.5% 197 239 -17.6%
#55 Mazda 6 758 669 13.3% 245 251 -2.4%
#56 Mitsubishi Mirage 728 1,046 -30.4% 274 352 -22.2%
#57 Cadillac ATS 714 848 -15.8% 240 167 43.7%
#58 Infiniti Q50 691 859 -19.6% 227 126 80.2%
#59 Acura ILX 667 785 -15.0% 204 297 -31.3%
#60 Chevrolet Corvette 635 481 32.0% 321 275 16.7%
#61 BMW 5-Series 632 652 -3.1% 356 268 32.8%
#62 Ford Fiesta 596 1,354 -56.0% 222 431 -48.5%
#63 Fiat 500 588 308 90.9% 135 76 77.6%
#64 Ford Taurus 569 902 -36.9% 268 462 -42.0%
#65 Toyota Prius V 566 611 -7.4% 207 198 4.5%
#66 Lexus ES 564 609 -7.4% 236 247 -4.5%
#67 BMW 2-Series 547 735 -25.6% 154 320 -51.9%
#68 Toyota Prius C 525 725 -27.6% 250 217 15.2%
#69 Chevrolet Bolt 520 187
#70 Dodge Dart 515 582 -11.5% 253 125 102%
#71 Nissan Leaf 464 373 24.4% 142 152 -6.6%
#72 Mazda MX-5 Miata 455 369 23.3% 165 173 -4.6%
#73 Infiniti Q60 410 22 1,764% 111 1 11,000%
#74 Mercedes-Benz S-Class 376 318 18.2% 120 94 27.7%
#75 Ford C-Max 327 241 35.7% 118 110 7.3%
#76 Volvo V60 316 155 104% 81 28 189%
#77 Lincoln MKZ 314 296 6.1% 83 118 -29.7%
#78 Kia Niro 311 218
#79 Audi A6 309 313 -1.3% 87 118 -26.3%
#80 Audi A5 299 517 -42.2% 138 202 -31.7%
#81 Fiat 124 Spider 298 162
#82 Jaguar XE 290 42
#83 Subaru BRZ 269 218 23.4% 111 104 6.7%
#84 Buick Regal 267 310 -13.9% 77 63 22.2%
#85 Buick LaCrosse 252 289 -12.8% 100 117 -14.5%
T86 Nissan 370Z 235 306 -23.2% 99 105 -5.7%
T86 Toyota 86/Scion FR-S 235 360 -34.7% 93 125 -25.6%
#88 Audi A7 231 280 -17.5% 59 93 -36.6%
#89 Porsche 911 220 243 -9.5% 101 130 -22.3%
#90 Cadillac XTS 217 182 19.2% 66 53 24.5%
#91 Jaguar XF 210 220 -4.5% 23 49 -53.1%
#92 Lincoln Continental 200 61
#93 Cadillac CTS 194 263 -26.2% 76 66 15.2%
#94 BMW 7-Series 181 150 20.7% 38 44 -13.6%
#95 Volvo S60 171 256 -33.2% 33 77 -57.1%
#96 Lexus CT 160 169 -5.3% 60 61 -1.6%
#97 Toyota Avalon 152 175 -13.1% 54 69 -21.7%
#98 BMW i-Series 134 203 -34.0% 35 67 -47.8%
T99 Hyundai Genesis Coupe 130 286 -54.5% 46 124 -62.9%
T99 Lexus RC 130 133 -2.3% 54 51 5.9%
#101 Jaguar F-Type 124 210 -41.0% 37 62 -40.3%
T102 Jaguar XJ 115 85 35.3% 10 11 -9.1%
T102 Smart Fortwo 115 535 -78.5% 22 55 -60.0%
#104 Audi TT 114 223 -48.9% 36 87 -58.6%
#105 BMW 6-Series 113 173 -34.7% 48 58 -17.2%
T106 Cadillac CT6 110 4 2,650% 38 4 850%
T106 Mercedes-Benz SL-Class 110 55 100% 34 18 88.9%
T106 Lexus GS 110 142 -22.5% 39 43 -9.3%
#109 Volvo S90 107 36
#110 Porsche Panamera 100 81 23.5% 67 40 67.5%
#111 Volvo V90 99 69
#112 Audi R8 95 19 400% 46 18 156%
#113 Maserati Ghibli 88 94 -6.4% 32 42 -23.8%
#114 Mercedes-AMG GT 80 65 23.1% 27 26 3.8%
#115 Mercedes-Benz SLC-Class 77 120 -35.8% 33 35 -5.7%
#116 Porsche Cayman 75 107 -29.9% 24 47 -48.9%
#117 BMW Z4 59 34 73.5% 47 17 177%
#118 Audi A8 56 83 -32.5% 11 46 -76.1%
T119 Alfa Romeo Giulia 55 30
T119 Genesis G80 55 23
#121 Scion tC 52 315 -83.5% 12 123 -90.2%
#122 Porsche Boxster 49 88 -44.3% 28 43 -34.9%
#123 Nissan GT-R 47 43 9.3% 13 4 225%
#124 Maserati Quattroporte 45 25 80.0% 14 10 40.0%
#125 Genesis G90 41 12
#126 Infiniti Q70 31 80 -61.3% 5 5 0.0%
T127 Hyundai Ioniq 30 11
T127 Kia Cadenza 30 71 -57.7% 11 28 -60.7%
#129 Fiat 500L 28 122 -77.0% 6 32 -81.3%
#130 Acura RLX 27 49 -44.9% 11 16 -31.3%
#131 Lexus LS 24 40 -40.0% 6 9 -33.3%
#132 Mitsubishi i MiEV 23 36 -36.1% 4 14 -71.4%
#133 Bentley Continental GT 17 15 13.3% 3 6 -50.0%
#134 Alfa Romeo 4C 15 38 -60.5% 10 15 -33.3%
#135 Dodge Viper 13 28 -53.6% 3 16 -81.3%
#136 Maserati GranTurismo 11 19 -42.1% 4 2 100%
#137 Honda CR-Z 9 14 -35.7% 1 6 -83.3%
#138 Bentley Flying Spur 7 4 75.0% 2 1 100%
T139 Acura NSX 3 2
T139 Kia K900 3 7 -57.1% 1 -100%
T141 Lincoln MKS 2 132 -98.5% 90 -100%
T141 Hyundai Genesis 2 484 -99.6% 142 -100%
T141 Bentley Mulsanne 2 1 100% 1
T141 Volvo XC70 2 93 -97.8% 35 -100%
#145 Scion iM 1 1,671 -99.9% 692 -100%
#278 Scion xB 47 -100%
#279 Volkswagen Eos 47 -100% 9 -100%
#280 Mazda 2 27 -100%
#281 Volvo S80 21 -100%
#282 Cadillac ELR 5 -100%
#283 Honda Crosstour 5 -100% 1 -100%
#284 Hyundai Equus 3 -100% 3 -100%
#285 Scion iQ 2 -100%
#287 Honda Insight 1 -100%
#288 Porsche 918 Spyder 1 -100%
Total
199,037 209,097 -4.8% 66,656 73,019 -8.7%

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.
† 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 three months were 80, 72, and 32 units, respectively. It is believed that Tesla sold 769 new vehicles during the first three months of 2017.