January 2013 Canada Vehicle Sales Rankings – Top 240 Best-Selling Vehicles In Canada – Every Vehicle Ranked

2013 Mercedes-Benz B200 Jupiter Red
After A Long Break, Canadian B-Class
Sales Are Up And Running Again

Of the 95,000 vehicles Canadians registered in January 2013, 7.6% were Ford F-Series pickups. Chryler Canada’s Ram truck accounted for another 5.8% of the overall market, more than Canada’s two best-selling cars combined.

In a market which slid 2.2%, approximately 39% of nameplates reported year-over-year increases, none better than the Mercedes-Benz B-Class’s 20,000% jump. (Mercedes-Benz Canada only sold one B-Class in January 2012.)

In Its First Full Month On Sale, The Chevrolet
Trax Was Canada’s 87th-Best-Selling Vehicle

Sales of the Honda Insight, Lexus GS, Toyota Prius, Mercedes-Benz SL-Class, Land Rover Range Rover, Chevrolet Volt, Chrysler Town & Country, Jaguar XJ, and Porsche Boxster tripled, at the very least.

On the flip side, sales of 24 cars, from the Honda CR-Z to the Audi R8, were cut in half, at the very least.

This All Vehicle Rankings table is now sortable. That means, for example, that you can see automobiles listed by their year-over-year change in ascending or descending fashion. Or you can click the Vehicle column header to sort vehicles alphabetically.

2013 Porsche 911 Carrera S Red
Overall Porsche 911 Sales Were 
Helped By The Arrival Of AWD  Models. 
AWD Adds $7700 To The Price.

Keep in mind, italicized unranked lines are nothing more than available breakdowns, already included in the model’s total, not in addition to the model’s total. These lines will often be separated from their overarching vehicle line (the ISF and ISC from the overall Lexus IS, for instance) when you sort certain columns. 

Refresh the page in order to return to the original order or sort the Rank column at the far left. As always, you can find historical monthly and yearly sales figures for any automobile by selecting a make and model at GCBC’s Sales Stats page.

2013 Mazda 6 Red Front End
Sales Of The Mazda 6 Have Been 
Rising In Advance Of This New Model 
Thanks To Clear-Out Incentives

Compared with last January, the order of the top level vehicles in January 2013 was significantly altered by the Honda Civic’s anticipated decline. The Civic fell from 2nd at this time last year to seventh last month. The F-Series, Dodge Grand Caravan, GMC Sierra, Chevrolet Silverado, Ford Focus, and Chevrolet Equinox all held their positions in the top 20. 

The Hyundai Elantra, Ford Escape, Chevrolet Cruze, Mazda 3, Volkswagen Jetta, Hyundai Santa Fe, Ford Fusion, Jeep Wrangler, and Honda Accord either improved on their top 20 position or climbed in to the leading 8%. Eight of the vehicles in the bottom 20 are either on hiatus or have been cancelled.

This exhaustive list includes sales figures for all 240 nameplates sold in Canada in January 2013. Do yourself a favour by giving your eyes a break after every thirty or forty lines and  return with a cup of coffee to finish later on.

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Rank
Vehicle
January 2013
January 2012
% Change
#1
Ford F-Series 7212 6579 + 9.6%
#2
Dodge Ram 5490 4451 + 23.3%
#3
Hyundai Elantra 2956 2399 + 23.2%
3.1
Hyundai Elantra Sedan/GT/Coupe 2944 1926 + 52.9%
3.2
Hyundai Elantra Touring 12 473 – 97.5%
#4
Dodge Grand Caravan 2772 3534 – 21.6%
#5
Ford Escape 2741 2209 + 24.1%
#6
GMC Sierra 2547 2338 + 8.9%
6.1
GMC Sierra Crew Cab 1601 1422 + 12.6%
6.2
GMC Sierra Extended Cab 735 656 + 12.0%
6.3
GMC Sierra Regular Cab 211 260 – 18.8%
#7
Honda Civic 2503 4939 – 49.3%
#8
Toyota Corolla 2465 2337 + 5.5%
#9
Chevrolet Silverado 2429 2079 + 16.8%
9.1
Chevrolet Silverado Crew Cab 1478 1207 + 22.5%
9.2
Chevrolet Silverado
Extended Cab
736 637 + 15.5%
9.3
Chevrolet Silverado
Regular Cab
215 235 – 8.5%
#10
Chevrolet Cruze 2136 1619 + 31.9%
#11
Dodge Journey 1996 1951 + 2.3%
#12
Volkswagen Jetta 1805 1513 + 19.3%
#13
Hyundai Santa Fe 1709 1365 + 25.2%
#14
Mazda 3 1658 1912 – 13.3%
#15
Honda CR-V 1414 1930 – 26.7%
#16
Ford Focus 1358 1374 – 1.2%
#17
Ford Fusion 1263 685 + 84.4%
#18
Jeep Wrangler 1048 729 + 43.8%
#19
Chevrolet Equinox 1035 1261 – 17.9%
#20
Honda Accord 888 359 + 147%
#21
Nissan Rogue 823 1071 – 23.2%
#22
Hyundai Sonata 804 702 + 14.5%
#23
Jeep Grand Cherokee 803 999 – 19.6%
T24
Kia Rio 800 641 + 24.8%
T24
GMC Terrain 800 695 + 15.1%
#26
Jeep Compass 799 457 + 74.8%
#27
Toyota Camry 790 1007 – 21.5%
27.1
Toyota Camry 2.5 & 3.5 614 843 – 27.2%
27.2
Toyota Camry Hybrid 176 164 + 7.3%
#28
Ford Edge 789 910 – 13.3%
#29
Mazda CX-5 782 —– —–
#30
Nissan Sentra 759 706 + 7.5%
#31
Hyundai Accent 755 1329 – 43.2%
#32
Kia Sorento 753 924 – 18.5%
#33
Jeep Patriot 726 644 + 12.7%
#34
Hyundai Tucson 707 899 – 21.4%
#35
BMW 3-Series 676 700 – 3.4%
T36
Volkswagen Golf 673 655 + 2.7%
T36
Toyota Matrix 673 741 – 9.2%
#38
Toyota RAV4 672 1428 – 52.9%
#39
Chrysler 200 659 619 + 6.5%
39.1
Chrysler 200 Sedan 641 575 + 11.5%
39.2
Chrysler 200 Convertible 18 44 – 59.1%
#40
Ford Explorer 623 610 + 2.1%
#41
Toyota Sienna 620 693 – 10.5%
#42
Chrysler Town & Country 619 190 + 226%
#43
Chevrolet Sonic 601 469 + 28.1%
#44
Toyota Tacoma 581 512 + 13.5%
44.1
Toyota Tacoma 4×4 552 490 + 12.7%
44.2
Toyota Tacoma 4×2 29 22 + 31.8%
#45
Mitsubishi RVR 579 459 + 26.1%
#46
Honda Odyssey 569 528 + 7.8%
#47
Kia Forte 549 609 – 9.9%
#48
Toyota Venza 546 791 – 31.0%
#49
Mazda 6 535 245 + 118%
#50
Kia Optima 532 435 + 22.3%
#51
Nissan Versa 521 655 – 20.5%
#52
Nissan Altima 499 863 – 42.2%
#53
Chevrolet Malibu 498 346 + 43.9%
#54
Ford Fiesta 482 535 – 9.9%
#55
Chevrolet Orlando 481 342 + 40.6%
#56
Subaru Impreza 478 915 – 47.8%
#57
Mitsubishi Lancer 456 473 – 3.6%
#58
Toyota Tundra 456 398 + 14.6%
58.1
Toyota Tundra 4×4 435 375 + 16.0%
58.2
Toyota Tundra 4×2 21 23 – 8.7%
#59
Dodge Dart 447 —– —–
#60
Subaru Outback 438 415 + 5.5%
#61
Audi Q5 435 490 – 11.2%
#62
Dodge Avenger 424 204 + 108%
#63
Kia Sportage 422 441 – 4.3%
#64
Lexus RX 414 452 – 8.4%
64.1
Lexus RX350 364 402 – 9.5%
64.2
Lexus RX450h 50 50 0.0%
#65
Subaru XV Crosstrek 404 —– —–
#66
Nissan Pathfinder 399 294 + 35.7%
#67
Dodge Charger 395 670 – 41.0%
#68
Mercedes-Benz C-Class 393 577 – 31.9%
#69
Toyota Highlander 387 419 – 7.6%
69.1
Toyota Highlander 
2.7 & 3.5
328 345 – 4.9%
69.2
Toyota Highlander Hybrid 59 74 – 20.3%
#70
Acura RDX 370 157 + 136%
#71
Volkswagen Passat & CC 345 316 + 9.2%
#72
Mitsubishi Outlander 343 345 – 0.6%
#73
Honda Fit 336 200 + 68.0%
#74
Subaru Forester 335 397 – 15.6%
#75
Audi A4 332 434 – 23.5%
#76
Fiat 500 328 321 + 2.2%
76.1
Fiat 500 278 227 + 22.5%
76.2
Fiat 500C 50 94 – 46.8%
#77
Kia Soul 323 417 – 22.5%
#78
Toyota Yaris 310 578 – 46.4%
78.1
Toyota Yaris Hatchback 310 476 – 34.9%
78.2
Toyota Yaris Sedan —– 102 – 100%
#79
Mazda 5 296 492 – 39.8%
#80
Volkswagen Tiguan 289 354 – 18.4%
#81
Mazda 2 285 373 – 23.6%
#82
Mercedes-Benz M-Class 283 484 – 41.5%
#83
BMW X3 281 178 + 57.9%
#84
GMC Acadia 277 240 + 15.4%
#85
Honda Pilot 272 259 + 5.0%
#86
Chevrolet Avalanche 264 176 + 50.0%
#87
Chevrolet Trax 260 —– —–
#88
Acura MDX 257 243 + 5.8%
#89
Mercedes-Benz GLK 256 315 – 18.7%
#90
Chrysler 300 230 457 – 49.7%
#91
Buick Verano 226 87 + 160%
#92
Hyundai Veloster 219 470 – 53.4%
#93
Nissan Murano 218 418 – 47.8%
#94
Kia Rondo 216 261 – 17.2%
#95
Mercedes-Benz B-Class 201 1 + 20,000%
#96
Ford Taurus 197 115 + 71.3%
#97
Buick Enclave 195 163 + 19.6%
#98
BMW X5 193 219 – 11.9%
T99
Mercedes-Benz 
GL-Class & G-Class
191 121 + 57.9%
T99
BMW 5-Series 191 123 + 55.3%
#101
Acura ILX 190 —– —–
#102
Toyota 4Runner 190 234 – 18.8%
#103
Chevrolet Traverse 184 226 – 18.6%
#104
Mazda CX-9 180 80 + 125%
#105
Nissan Juke 179 223 – 19.7%
#106
Cadillac SRX 175 173 + 1.2%
#107
Lincoln MKX 174 232 – 25.0%
#108
Lexus ES 170 87 + 95.4%
108.1
Lexus ES350 117 87 + 34.5%
108.2
Lexus ES300h 53 —– —–
#109
Nissan Titan 167 146 + 14.4%
#110
Nissan Frontier 162 220 – 26.4%
#111
Toyota Prius V * 162 228 – 28.9%
T112
Suzuki SX4 161 159 + 1.3%
T112
Toyota Prius * 161 35 + 360%
112.1
Toyota Prius Liftback 128 35 + 266%
112.2
Toyota Prius Plug-In 33 —– —–
#114
Infiniti JX35 160 —– —–
#115
Ford C-Max 158 —– —–
#116
Dodge Durango 138 473 – 70.8%
#117
Infiniti G 135 202 – 33.2%
#118
Volkswagen Touareg 135 160 – 15.6%
#119
Infiniti EX 124 61 + 103%
T120
Scion FR-S 123 —– —–
T120
Ford Mustang 123 143 – 14.0%
T120
Honda Ridgeline 123 148 – 16.9%
#123
Ford Expedition 122 110 + 10.9%
T124
Mercedes-Benz 
E-Class & CLS-Class
117 185 – 36.8%
T124
Chevrolet Impala 117 500 – 76.6%
#126
Mini Cooper 113 139 – 18.7%
#127
Acura TL 111 222 – 50.0%
T128
Volvo S60 108 78 + 38.5%
T128
Land Rover 
Range Rover Sport
108 89 + 21.3%
T128
Ford Flex 108 173 – 37.6%
#131
Cadillac ATS 106 —– —–
#132
Toyota Prius C * 106 —– —–
#133
Toyota Avalon 105 39 + 169%
T134
Nissan Maxima 103 88 + 17.0%
T134
Audi Q7 103 160 – 35.6%
#136
Subaru Legacy 102 118 – 13.6%
#137
Buick Regal 98 218 – 55.0%
#138
Mini Countryman 97 62 + 56.5%
T139
BMW 1-Series 94 42 + 124%
T139
Suzuki Grand Vitara 94 117 – 19.7%
#141
Land Rover 
Range Rover Evoque
90 130 – 30.8%
#142
BMW X1 89 275 – 67.6%
#143
Porsche Cayenne 88 68 + 29.4%
T144
Chevrolet Spark 87 —– —–
T144
Chevrolet Camaro 87 153 – 43.1%
#146
Volkswagen Beetle 86 61 + 41.0%
#147
Honda Crosstour 85 76 + 11.8%
T148
Land Rover Range Rover 84 20 + 320%
T148
Hyundai Veracruz 84 123 – 31.7%
T150
Dodge Challenger 82 67 + 22.4%
T150
Volvo XC60 82 94 – 12.8%
#152
Lexus CT200h 79 88 – 10.2%
T153
Kia Sedona 78 42 + 85.7%
T153
Acura TSX 78 78 0.0%
#155
Audi A5 77 102 – 24.5%
#156
GMC Yukon 66 103 – 35.9%
#157
Hyundai Genesis ^ 65 45 + 44.4%
#158
Cadillac Escalade 63 71 – 11.3%
158.1
Cadillac Escalade 31 48 – 35.4%
158.2
Cadillac Escalade EXT 22 6 + 267%
158.3
Cadillac Escalade ESV 10 17 – 41.2%
#159
Chevrolet Tahoe 61 110 – 44.5%
T160
Cadillac XTS 60 —– —–
T160
Toyota Sequoia 60 54 + 11.1%
#162
Nissan Xterra 59 74 – 20.3%
#163
Cadillac CTS 57 139 – 59.0%
#164
Scion tC 53 89 – 40.4%
T165
Volvo XC70 52 59 – 11.9%
T165
Lexus IS 52 123 – 57.7%
165.1
Lexus IS250/IS350 46 103 – 55.3%
165.2
Lexus ISC 5 17 – 70.6%
165.3
Lexus ISF 1 3 – 66.7%
T165
Buick LaCrosse 52 175 – 70.3%
#168
Chevrolet Suburban 51 75 – 32.0%
#169
Infiniti FX 49 56 – 12.5%
#170
Audi A6 48 85 – 43.5%
#171
Toyota FJ Cruiser 47 43 + 9.3%
T172
Lexus GS 46 10 + 360%
172.1
Lexus GS350 41 8 + 413%
172.2
Lexus GS450h 5 2 + 150%
T172
Scion iQ 46 75 – 38.7%
T172
Hyundai Genesis Coupe ^ 46 119 – 61.3%
T175
Porsche 911 45 18 + 150%
T175
Audi A3 45 129 – 65.1%
T177
Chevrolet Volt 44 11 + 300%
T177
Scion xB 44 67 – 34.3%
#179
Subaru BRZ 41 —– —–
#180
BMW X6 40 48 – 16.7%
#181
Audi A7 38 65 – 41.5%
#182
Nissan Leaf 37 30 + 23.3%
T183
Jaguar XJ 35 11 + 218%
T183
GMC Yukon XL 35 76 – 53.9%
T185
Land Rover LR2 34 31 + 9.7%
T185
Smart Fortwo 34 87 – 60.9%
#187
Nissan Quest 32 40 – 20.0%
#188
Mercedes-Benz R-Class 31 35 – 11.4%
#189
Nissan Armada 30 52 – 42.3%
T190
Volkswagen Eos 29 16 + 81.3%
T190
Lincoln MKZ 29 42 – 31.0%
T192
Infiniti QX56 27 33 – 18.2%
T192
Volvo XC90 27 43 – 37.2%
T194
Infiniti M 26 13 + 100%
T194
Lexus GX460 26 22 + 18.2%
T194
Mercedes-Benz 
S-Class & CL-Class
26 24 + 8.3%
T197
Lincoln Navigator 24 18 + 33.3%
T197
Lincoln MKS 24 25 – 4.0%
T197
Scion xD 24 54 – 55.6%
T200
Suzuki Kizashi 23 27 – 14.8%
T200
Land Rover LR4 23 40 – 42.5%
#202
Mercedes-Benz SL-Class 22 5 + 340%
#203
Lincoln MKT 21 35 – 40.0%
#204
Porsche Panamera 19 38 – 50.0%
#205
BMW 6-Series 18 19 – 5.3%
#206
Chevrolet Colorado 18 187 – 90.4%
T207
Honda Insight 17 3 + 467%
T207
BMW 7-Series 17 31 – 45.2%
T209
Lexus LX570 16 7 + 129%
T209
Mazda MX-5 Miata 16 20 – 20.0%
T211
Audi A8 15 17 – 11.8%
T211
Subaru Tribeca 15 31 – 51.6%
T213
Chevrolet Corvette 13 12 + 8.3%
T213
Nissan Cube 13 29 – 55.2%
#215
Audi TT 12 15 – 20.0%
T216
Lexus LS 11 9 + 22.2%
216.1
Lexus LS460 9 8 + 12.5%
216.2
Lexus LS600hL 2 1 + 100%
T216
Volkswagen Routan 11 34 – 67.6%
#218
Jaguar XF 10 16 – 37.5%
T219
Porsche Boxster 9 3 + 200%
T219
Nissan 370Z 9 11 – 18.2%
T219
Mercedes-Benz SLK 9 19 – 52.6%
T219
GMC Canyon 9 194 – 95.4%
#223
Volvo C30 8 60 – 86.7%
#224
Jeep Liberty 6 114 – 94.7%
T225
Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG 4 7 – 42.9%
T225
Honda CR-Z 4 8 – 50.0%
T225
Hyundai Equus 4 9 – 55.6%
T225
Mitsubishi i MiEV 4 12 – 66.7%
T229
Nissan GT-R 3 5 – 40.0%
T229
Volvo S80 3 5 – 40.0%
T229
Acura ZDX 3 15 – 80.0%
T232
Audi R8 2 4 – 50.0%
T232
BMW Z4 2 9 – 77.8%
T232
Toyota Land Cruiser ^^ 2 28 – 92.9%
T235
Buick Encore 1 —– —–
T235
Lexus LFA 1 —– —–
T235
Jaguar XK 1 6 – 83.3%
T235
Mitsubishi Eclipse 1 17 – 94.1%
T235
Chevrolet HHR 1 46 – 97.8%
T235
Dodge Caliber 1 188 – 99.5%
Overall Market
95,445 97,550 – 2.2%
Total
93,723 95,789 – 2.2%
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—– —– —–
Commercial Vans
1722 1761 – 2.2%
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Source: Manufacturers & ANDC 
Red font indicates year-over-year declining sales
* Total Prius Sales equal 429, good enough for 62nd
^ Total Genesis sales equal 111, good enough for 127th
^^ Not sold to retail customers
Italicized unranked lines are nothing more than available breakdowns, already included in the model’s total, not in addition to the model’s total. Sales data for brands such as Aston Martin, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Lotus, Maybach, Rolls-Royce etc. are unfortunately not broken down by model. estimates say sales for Ferrari and Lamborghini in January 2013 were 20 and 11. Total Maserati and Bentley volume is reported, but not by specific models.


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