2014 Canada Auto Sales Figures – By Model (All Vehicle Ranked)
2014 Canadian Vehicle Sales Rankings – Every Vehicle Ranked By Sales Volume
The Ford F-Series was Canada’s best-selling vehicle in 2014, the sixth consecutive year in which the Ford truck range has led all vehicles in Canada. Canada’s top-selling car, the Honda Civic, led all passenger cars for the 17th consecutive year. The Civic ranked third overall, behind the F-Series and the Ram P/U. Both the Ford and Ram broke their own sales records, and no vehicle has ever sold more often in Canada in a single year than the F-Series did in 2014.
Canadians made a minivan their fifth-most-popular vehicle; the Ford Escape pipped the Dodge Grand Caravan for fourth spot. Three of the five best-selling vehicles in Canada posted above-average sales gains in 2014, a record-setting year for the industry as a whole. Those five vehicles accounted for more than two out of every ten new vehicle sales. The 20 top-selling vehicle nameplates generated nearly half of the auto industry’s Canadian sales volume. In December, specifically, there were three all-new nameplates on sale in Canada. Chevrolet sold their first copies of the Nissan NV200-based City Express commercial van. There were two copies of the Alfa Romeo 4C reported as sold by Chrysler Canada/FCA. Lexus also began selling the NX, a smaller sibling to the RX, Canada’s best-selling premium brand utility vehicle.