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2014 Canada Auto Sales Figures – By Brand (Brand Rankings)

2014 Canadian Automotive Sales by Brand – The Best-Selling Automotive Brands By Sales Volume

Canadians registered a record number of new vehicles in 2014 after setting the previous record in 2013. 1.85 million new cars, trucks, SUVs, and vans were sold over the last twelve months, a huge 6% and 106,000-unit increase from 2013 levels. Ford is Canada’s top-selling auto brand and top-selling manufacturer, with help from Lincoln. No volume brand posted a more significant year-over-year percentage increase in 2014 than Jeep, which jumped 58% to 70,503 units, claiming 3.8% of the overall market. The sharpest declines belonged to Scion, Mini, Volvo, Kia, and two of Jeep’s sibling brands, Chrysler and Dodge. Canada’s top-selling premium brand was Mercedes-Benz. Canadians made the Honda Civic their favourite car for the 17th consecutive year. The Ford F-Series continues to be the top-selling vehicle; the Ford Escape continues to be Canada’s best-selling SUV/crossover. The Dodge Grand Caravan earns more than half the minivan market’s volume.

2014 Best Selling Car Brands In Canada

This data table looks at total automotive sales and specific brand volumes in Canada. We compare Canadian automotive brand sales with last year. While we call it “year to date” sales, because the year is over, it is for the full sales year. With these sales numbers we also calculate a growth rate column so you can better gauge an individual automotive brands  sales success in the Canadian market.

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