January 2016 Canada Vehicle Sales Rankings – Top 257 Best-Selling Vehicles In Canada – Every Vehicle Ranked

2016 Ford F-150 Lariat Supercrew
Canadian auto sales jumped 10% to a 15-year January high last month. 2016 began with big boosts from Canada’s five best-selling nameplates, a quintet which accounts for nearly a quarter of all new vehicle sales in Canada.
The Ford F-Series’ downturn in 2015 was followed up by the best January in the nameplate’s history. Honda Civic sales jumped 62%. Earlier this month, we wrote for Autofocus.ca about the large margins of victory scored by Canada’s best-selling truck and best-selling car. These are the kinds of margins which almost make the F-Series’ 51st consecutive year atop the truck leaderboard and the Civic’s 19th consecutive year as Canada’s best-selling car foregone conclusions.

Canada Auto Sales Brand Rankings – January 2016
Canada Car Sales Rankings By Model – January 2016
Canada SUV/Crossover Sales Rankings By Model – January 2016

The duo generated more than one out of every ten new vehicle sales in January, the lowest-volume month on the auto sales calendar. The F-Series gain helped propel Ford to a 13% year-over-year increase. Honda sales rose 37%, the biggest year-over-year gain of any volume brand.

There were plenty of signs in January’s results that the market continues to transition away from cars toward utility vehicles, despite the Civic’s surge. Passenger car volume was down 3.5%; SUV/crossover sales jumped 22%. As a result, utility vehicle volume totalled nearly 43,000 units in Canada in January, equal to 39.5% of the market. Car sales totalled less than 34,000 units, less than 31% of the market.

Canada Vehicle Sales Rankings By Model – January 2017
Canada Vehicle Sales Rankings By Model – February 2016 YTD
Canada Vehicle Sales Rankings By Model – 2015 Year End
Canada Vehicle Sales Rankings By Model – January 2016

Among top-selling cars, the worst declines were reported by the Hyundai Elantra (down 32%), Mazda 3 (down 24%), Volkswagen Jetta (down 30%), Toyota Camry (down 23%), and Honda Fit (down 32%). Those five cars produced 2400 fewer sales in January 2016 than in January 2015.

Reminder: these are year-to-date sales rankings, but you can sort vehicles by January 2016 volume by clicking the January 2016 column header – which will give you the same results – or you can rank vehicles by improvements or declines using the % columns. Or, most importantly, you can list automakers together by selecting the Vehicle column header. 

Top 20 Best-Selling Cars In Canada – January 2016
Top 20 Best-Selling SUVs In Canada – January 2016
Canada Truck Sales By Model – January 2016
Canada Minivan Sales By Model – January 2016
Canada Commercial Van Sales By Model – January 2016

There are visible brand results, so when you sort the table by vehicle names to showcase, for example, all Honda together, you’ll also see the Honda brand’s total. Manufacturers are shown in bold to differentiate makes and models. 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.

Click Column Headers To Sort • January 2017 • February 2016 • December 2015January 2015

Rank
Vehicle
Jan.
2016 YTD
Jan.
2015 YTD
%
Change
#1 Ford F-Series 8,838 7,847 12.6%
#2 Ram P/U 6,884 5,921 16.3%
#3 Honda Civic 3,708 2,289 62.0%
#4 GMC Sierra 3,352 2,649 26.5%
#5 Chevrolet Silverado 2,784 2,159 28.9%
#6 Dodge Grand Caravan 2,678 3,716 -27.9%
#7 Toyota RAV4 2,483 2,501 -0.7%
#8 Jeep Cherokee 2,428 1,403 73.1%
#9 Ford Escape 2,372 2,475 -4.2%
#10 Toyota Corolla 2,174 2,427 -10.4%
#11 Hyundai Elantra 2,093 3,083 -32.1%
#12 Nissan Rogue 2,089 1,874 11.5%
#13 Honda CR-V 2,039 1,863 9.4%
#14 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport ³ 1,500 1,368 9.6%
#15 Chevrolet Cruze 1,456 1,373 6.0%
#16 Mazda 3 1,281 1,688 -24.1%
#17 Mazda CX-5 1,267 1,054 20.2%
#18 Volkswagen Jetta 1,171 1,662 -29.5%
#19 Hyundai Tucson 1,142 638 79.0%
#20 Jeep Grand Cherokee 1,140 769 48.2%
#21 Ford Edge 1,139 750 51.9%
#22 Dodge Journey 1,119 1,200 -6.8%
#23 Volkswagen Golf 1,094 1,198 -8.7%
#23.1 Volkswagen Golf * 959 1,011 -5.1%
#23.2 Volkswagen Golf GTI * 135 187 -27.8%
#24 Jeep Wrangler 1,075 1,183 -9.1%
#25 Nissan Murano 989 573 72.6%
#26 Toyota Sienna 982 787 24.8%
#27 Toyota Tacoma 939 490 91.6%
#28 Chevrolet Equinox 908 802 13.2%
#29 Hyundai Accent 880 669 31.5%
#30 Kia Sorento 878 1,055 -16.8%
#31 Honda Accord 837 602 39.0%
#32 Ford Focus 825 774 6.6%
#33 Toyota Highlander 806 630 27.9%
#34 Toyota Camry 800 1,045 -23.4%
#35 Subaru Forester 798 707 12.9%
#36 Toyota Tundra 782 539 45.1%
#37 Nissan Pathfinder 752 587 28.1%
#38 Volkswagen Tiguan 738 670 10.1%
#39 Honda HR-V 725
#40 Nissan Sentra 721 786 -8.3%
#41 Subaru Impreza 703 603 16.6%
#41.1 Subaru Impreza * 450 438 2.7%
#41.2 Subaru Impreza WRX/STI * 253 165 53.3%
#42 Kia Soul 662 375 76.5%
#42.1 Kia Soul * 621 375 65.6%
#42.2 Kia Soul EV * 41
#43 Nissan Altima 661 445 48.5%
#44 Nissan Micra 645 679 -5.0%
#45 Ford Explorer 634 494 28.3%
#46 Chevrolet Malibu 616 373 65.1%
#47 GMC Terrain 613 460 33.3%
#48 Mercedes-Benz 
GLE-Class/M-Class ¤
605 337 79.5%
#49 Honda Odyssey 577 600 -3.8%
#50 Ford Fusion 570 623 -8.5%
#51 Honda Fit 559 826 -32.3%
#52 Subaru Crosstrek 531 486 9.3%
#53 Mazda CX-3 527
#54 Lexus RX 524 429 22.1%
#55 Chrysler Town & Country 515 593 -13.2%
#56 BMW 3-Series 507 512 -1.0%
#57 Honda Pilot 506 289 75.1%
#58 Hyundai Sonata 498 470 6.0%
#59 Kia Rio 493 511 -3.5%
#60 Subaru Outback 480 615 -22.0%
#61 Mitsubishi Lancer 469 308 52.3%
#62 Toyota 4Runner 465 291 59.8%
#63 Ford Transit 453 319 42.0%
#64 Kia Forte 450 463 -2.8%
T65 Audi Q5 419 396 5.8%
T65 Kia Sportage 419 291 44.0%
#67 Nissan Versa 416 572 -27.3%
#68 Kia Optima 399 394 1.3%
#69 Toyota Yaris 398 398 0.0%
#70 Mercedes-Benz C-Class 394 566 -30.4%
#71 Chevrolet Trax 377 267 41.2%
#72 BMW 4-Series 372 222 67.6%
#73 Acura MDX 364 337 8.0%
#74 Mitsubishi RVR 354 315 12.4%
#75 Nissan Juke 341 211 61.6%
#76 Mitsubishi Outlander 340 253 34.4%
#77 Hyundai Santa Fe XL ³ 336 231 45.5%
#78 Chrysler 200 335 676 -50.4%
#79 Audi Q7 334 89 275%
#80 Acura RDX 333 363 -8.3%
#81 Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class 315 234 34.6%
#82 Toyota Venza 312 319 -2.2%
#83 Chevrolet Colorado 309 242 27.7%
#84 Mercedes-Benz GL-Class 308 142 117%
#85 Lexus NX 306 380 -19.5%
#86 Dodge Durango 300 177 69.5%
#87 GMC Acadia 299 298 0.3%
T88 BMW X5 292 259 12.7%
T88 Ford Fiesta 292 310 -5.8%
#90 GMC Canyon 287 199 44.2%
#91 Jeep Patriot 285 443 -35.7%
#92 Cadillac SRX 284 214 32.7%
#93 GMC Savana 282 172 64.0%
#94 Mercedes-Benz GLK-Class/GLC-Class ¤ 274 280 -2.1%
#95 Infiniti QX60 268 236 13.6%
T96 BMW X3 264 296 -10.8%
T96 Buick Verano 264 221 19.5%
#98 Chevrolet Express 263 162 62.3%
#99 Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class 261 191 36.6%
T100 Jeep Renegade 259
T100 Cadillac ATS 259 120 116%
#102 Volkswagen Passat & CC ¤ 251 337 -25.5%
#102.1 Volkswagen Passat * 232 313 -25.9%
#102.2 Volkswagen Passat CC * 19 24 -20.8%
#103 Nissan Titan 248 157 58.0%
#104 Ford E-Series 244 109 124%
T105 Ford Mustang 232 146 58.9%
T105 Acura TLX 232 235 -1.3%
#107 Mercedes-Benz E-Class & CLS-Class ¤ 231 161 43.5%
#108 Nissan Frontier 230 197 16.8%
#109 Lincoln MKX 229 121 89.3%
#110 Mini Cooper  225 183 23.0%
T111 Ram Promaster City 220 46 378%
T111 Land Rover Range Rover Sport 220 213 3.3%
#113 BMW X1 210 168 25.0%
#114 Infiniti Q50 209 210 -0.5%
T115 Audi A3 206 219 -5.9%
T115 Chevrolet Sonic 206 205 0.5%
#117 Dodge Charger 205 213 -3.8%
#118 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 203 311 -34.7%
#119 Audi A4 º 193 275 -29.8%
#120 Audi Q3 188 256 -26.6%
#121 Kia Sedona 187 319 -41.4%
#122 Buick Encore 184 227 -18.9%
#123 Jeep Compass 165 205 -19.5%
T124 Chevrolet Traverse 161 180 -10.6%
T124 Infiniti QX50 161 123 30.9%
#126 Ford Transit Connect 158 202 -21.8%
#127 Subaru Legacy 155 188 -17.6%
T128 Ford Taurus 154 76 103%
T128 Nissan Maxima 154 85 81.2%
#130 Cadillac Escalade 153 153 0.0%
#130.1 Cadillac Escalade * 124 123 0.8%
#130.2 Cadillac Escalade ESV * 29 30 -3.3%
#131 Scion iM 150
#132 Chevrolet Suburban 146 48 204%
#133 Lincoln MKC 145 140 3.6%
#134 Lexus ES 141 120 17.5%
#135 GMC Yukon 137 116 18.1%
#136 Land Rover Discovery Sport 136
#137 Mercedes-Benz B-Class 134 145 -7.6%
#138 Chrysler 300 133 116 14.7%
#139 Lexus IS 131 152 -13.8%
#140 GMC Yukon XL 129 94 37.2%
#141 Chevrolet Tahoe 128 104 23.1%
#142 Acura ILX 126 60 110%
#143 Toyota Prius V ² 124 171 -27.5%
#144 Buick Enclave 120 141 -14.9%
#145 Ram Promaster 119 141 -15.6%
#146 Mitsubishi Mirage 118 233 -49.4%
#147 Toyota Prius C ² 115 146 -21.2%
#148 Land Rover Range Rover 114 56 104%
#149 Porsche Macan 112 56 100%
T150 Dodge Dart 111 458 -75.8%
T150 Ford Expedition 111 80 38.8%
#152 Mazda 5 108 133 -18.8%
#153 Chevrolet Impala 106 92 15.2%
#154 Ford Flex 105 15 600%
#155 Kia Rondo 104 267 -61.0%
#156 Volvo XC90 103
#157 Nissan NV200 100 97 3.1%
#158 Chevrolet Camaro 96 58 65.5%
#159 Mazda 6 95 135 -29.6%
T160 Chevrolet Volt 94 71 32.4%
T160 Infiniti QX80 94 30 213%
#162 BMW 2-Series 91 32 184%
#163 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque 87 127 -31.5%
#164 Mazda CX-9 86 93 -7.5%
#165 Dodge Challenger 84 121 -30.6%
T166 Cadillac CTS 78 45 73.3%
T166 Porsche Cayenne 78 100 -22.0%
#168 Volkswagen Beetle 74 76 -2.6%
#169 Hyundai Veloster 73 294 -75.2%
T170 BMW X6 72 93 -22.6%
T170 Nissan Leaf 72 36 100%
T170 Nissan Xterra 72 58 24.1%
T170 Volvo XC60 72 113 -36.3%
#174 Mercedes-Benz Metris 71
#175 Chevrolet Spark 70 80 -12.5%
T176 Buick Regal 67 51 31.4%
T176 Volkswagen Touareg 67 172 -61.0%
T178 BMW X4 66 76 -13.2%
T178 Chevrolet City Express 66 50 32.0%
#180 Audi A5 57 79 -27.8%
T181 Nissan NV 54 60 -10.0%
T181 Volvo S60 54 56 -3.6%
#183 Hyundai Genesis  53 63 -15.9%
#184 Fiat 500 50 148 -66.2%
#184.1 Fiat 500 * 37 122 -69.7%
#184.2 Fiat 500 Convertible * 13 26 -50.0%
T185 Lincoln MKZ 48 36 33.3%
T185 Toyota Sequoia 48 58 -17.2%
#187 Toyota Prius ² 46 81 -43.2%
T188 Audi A6 44 56 -21.4%
T188 Scion tC 44 51 -13.7%
#190 Mini Countryman 43 51 -15.7%
#191 BMW 5-Series 42 110 -61.8%
#192 Toyota Avalon 41 48 -14.6%
T193 Audi A7 40 17 135%
T193 Mercedes-Benz S-Class 40 58 -31.0%
T193 Lexus GX460 40 62 -35.5%
#196 Infiniti QX70 38 35 8.6%
T197 Lincoln Navigator 36 29 24.1%
T197 Buick LaCrosse 36 85 -57.6%
T197 Cadillac XTS 36 25 44.0%
T197 Scion FR-S 36 52 -30.8%
#201 Land Rover LR4 35 41 -14.6%
T202 BMW 7-Series 34 18 88.9%
T202 BMW i3/i8 34 24 41.7%
#204 Volvo V60 33 59 -44.1%
T205 Porsche 911 32 27 18.5%
T205 Lexus RC 32 24 33.3%
#207 Jaguar F-Type 31 12 158%
T208 Mercedes-Benz G-Class 30 15 100%
T208 Lexus GS 30 29 3.4%
T208 Lexus LX570 30 18 66.7%
T211 Chevrolet Corvette 28 21 33.3%
T211 Infiniti Q70 28 11 155%
T213 BMW 6-Series 27 29 -6.9%
T213 Ford C-Max 27 20 35.0%
T213 Nissan Armada 27 27 0.0%
T216 Fiat 500X 25
T216 Hyundai Genesis Coupe  25 47 -46.8%
T216 Smart Fortwo 25 30 -16.7%
T219 Jaguar XJ 24 7 243%
T219 Scion xB 24 51 -52.9%
#221 Lexus CT200h 23 51 -54.9%
T222 Subaru BRZ 20 32 -37.5%
T222 Volvo XC70 20 25 -20.0%
T224 Fiat 500L 18 100 -82.0%
T224 Nissan 370Z 18 17 5.9%
T226 Audi TT 17 3 467%
T226 Lexus LS 17 8 113%
T226 Volvo S80 17 20 -15.0%
#229 Jaguar XF 16 38 -57.9%
#230 Mazda MX-5 Miata 15 6 150%
T231 Lincoln MKS 13 9 44.4%
T231 Volkswagen Eos 13 19 -31.6%
T233 Lincoln MKT 12 7 71.4%
T233 Mercedes-Benz SLK-Class 12 14 -14.3%
T235 Mercedes-AMG GT 11
T235 Porsche Boxster 11 10 10.0%
T237 Audi A8 10 11 -9.1%
T237 Nissan GT-R 10 3 233%
T239 Mercedes-Benz SL-Class 9 10 -10.0%
T239 Porsche Panamera 9 17 -47.1%
T241 Kia Cadenza 8 24 -66.7%
T241 Porsche Cayman 8 8 0.0%
T243 Acura RLX 7 12 -41.7%
T243 Honda Ridgeline 7 40 -82.5%
T243 Mitsubishi i MiEV 7 3 133%
T243 Infiniti Q60 7 12 -41.7%
#247 Alfa Romeo 4C 6 6 0.0%
#248 Mazda 2 4 95 -95.8%
#249 Honda CR-Z 3 4 -25.0%
T250 Dodge Viper 2 4 -50.0%
T250 Scion iQ 2 12 -83.3%
T252 BMW Z4 1 4 -75.0%
T252 Cadillac ELR 1 4 -75.0%
T252 Acura ZDX 1
T252 Honda Crosstour 1 41 -97.6%
T252 Honda Insight 1
T252 Kia K900 1 5 -80.0%
#258 Ram Cargo Van 409 -100%
#259 Toyota Matrix 138 -100%
#260 Chevrolet Orlando 16 -100%
#261 Land Rover LR2 13 -100%
#262 Audi R8 7 -100%
#263 Dodge Avenger 6 -100%
#264 Scion xD 6 -100%
#265 Toyota Land Cruiser º 6 -100%
#266 Jaguar XK 2 -100%
#267 Porsche 918 Spyder 2 -100%
#268 Subaru Tribeca 2 -100%
#269 Toyota FJ Cruiser 2 -100%
#270 Hyundai Equus 1 -100%
#271 Mercedes-Benz R-Class 1 -100%
#272 Nissan Cube 1 -100%
#273 Ford -Brand 16,154 14,240 13.4%
#274 Toyota -Brand 10,771 10,249 5.1%
#275 Honda -Brand 8,963 6,554 36.8%
#276 Chevrolet -Brand 7,814 6,303 24.0%
#277 Nissan -Brand 7,599 6,465 17.5%
#278 Ram -Brand 7,223 6,517 10.8%
#279 Hyundai -Brand 6,600 6,864 -3.8%
#280 Jeep -Brand 5,352 4,003 33.7%
#281 GMC -Brand 5,099 3,988 27.9%
#282 Dodge -Brand 4,499 5,895 -23.7%
#283 Kia -Brand 3,601 3,704 -2.8%
#284 Volkswagen -Brand 3,408 4,134 -17.6%
#285 Mazda -Brand 3,383 3,204 5.6%
#286 Mercedes-Benz -Brand 2,898 2,465 17.6%
#287 Subaru -Brand 2,687 2,633 2.1%
#288 BMW -Brand 2,012 1,843 9.2%
#289 Audi -Brand 1,508 1,408 7.1%
#290 Mitsubishi -Brand 1,288 1,112 15.8%
#291 Lexus -Brand 1,274 1,273 0.1%
#292 Acura -Brand 1,063 1,007 5.6%
#293 Chrysler -Brand 983 1,385 -29.0%
#294 Cadillac -Brand 811 561 44.6%
#295 Infiniti -Brand 805 657 22.5%
#296 Buick -Brand 671 725 -7.4%
#297 Land Rover -Brand 592 450 31.6%
#298 Lincoln -Brand 483 342 41.2%
#299 Volvo -Brand 299 273 9.5%
#300 Mini -Brand 268 234 14.5%
#301 Scion -Brand 256 172 48.8%
#302 Porsche -Brand 250 220 13.6%
#303 Fiat -Brand 93 248 -62.5%
#304 Jaguar -Brand 71 59 20.3%
#305 Maserati -Brand 19 14 35.7%
#306 FCA/Chrysler Group 18,156 18,054 0.6%
#307 Ford Motor Company 16,637 14,582 14.1%
#308 General Motors 14,395 11,577 24.3%
#309 Toyota Motor Corp. 12,045 11,522 4.5%
#310 Hyundai-Kia Automotive Group 10,201 10,568 -3.5%
#311 Honda Motor Company 10,026 7,561 32.6%
#312 Nissan Motor Company 8,404 7,122 18.0%
#313 Volkswagen Group 5,166 5,762 -10.3%
#314 Daimler AG 2,923 2,495 17.2%
#315 BMW Group 2,280 2,077 9.8%
#316 Jaguar-Land Rover 663 509 30.3%
108,660 99,148 9.6%
24,660 20,440 20.6%
5,151 6,431 -19.9%
2,233 2,078 7.5%
Passenger Cars, SUVs, Crossovers
76,616 70,199 9.1%

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 28.4% to 285.
³ Total Santa Fe sales: up 14.8% to 1836.
† Mini Cooper includes sales of the Hardtop, Convertible, Clubman, Coupe, Roadster, and Paceman.
 Total Genesis sales: down 29.1% to 78.
¤ Automakers release sales figures for the E-Class and CLS-Class together and the Passat and CC together. (January’s Passat breakdown, sourced by ANDC, is not confirmed by Volkswagen.) Official sales reports haven’t yet separated the GLK from the GLC, nor labelled the M-Class the GLE. 
º Land Cruiser is a commercial vehicle in Canada. Audi’s A4 sales data includes sales of the Allroad.
Sales data for brands such as Bentley, Ferrari, Lamborghini, and Rolls-Royce are unfortunately not broken down by model. estimates say sales for those brands in January were 7, 19, 11, and 7, respectively. Total Maserati volume is reported, but not by specific models. It is believed that Tesla sold 1780 copies of their Model S during calendar year 2015.