22 January 2016

Canada Top 75 Car Sales By Model : 2015

A Ford making its escape. It came 5th in 2015 

Sales were up 2.5% so a nice mix of green (up) and yellow (down) on the chart below. Passenger cars were down 5.7% showing a global tend away from the traditional shaped vehicle. The locally made Honda Civic was the best selling car for 18 consecutive years. That's loyalty. SUVs proved increasingly popular. The F-Series was top for the 7th consecutive year, although down slightly in 2015.

If you want know more in detail on the Canadian market, go to Good Car Bad Car, the basis of this list.


Rk Make 2015 2014 +/-

1 Ford F-Series 118,837 126,277 -5.9%

2 Ram Pick Up 91,195 88,521 3.0%

3 Honda Civic 64,950 66,057 -1.7%

4 GMC Sierra 53,727 48,046 11.8%

5 Ford Escape 47,726 52,198 -8.6%

6 Hyundai Elantra 47,722 50,420 -5.4%

7 Toyota Corolla 47,198 48,881 -3.4%

8 Dodge Grand Caravan 46,927 51,759 -9.3%

9 Chevrolet Silverado 46,407 41,959 10.6%

10 Toyota RAV4 42,246 36,639 15.3%

11 Honda CR-V 38,961 37,684 3.4%

12 Nissan Rogue 35,841 28,827 24.3%

13 Mazda 3 34,811 40,974 -15.0%

14 Chevrolet Cruze 31,958 34,421 -7.2%

15 Jeep Cherokee 31,833 22,529 41.3%

16 Volkswagen Jetta 27,719 31,042 -10.7%

17 Hyundai Santa Fe Spt 26,685 27,580 -3.2%

18 Dodge Journey 25,646 24,715 3.8%

19 Mazda CX-5 22,281 19,920 11.9%

20 Ford Focus 21,101 22,392 -5.8%

21 Jeep Wrangler 20,880 23,057 -9.4%

22 Volkswagen Golf 20,515 12,184 68.4%

23 Chevrolet Equinox 19,766 19,559 1.1%

24 Hyundai Accent 19,371 23,173 -16.4%

25 Toyota Camry 16,805 16,029 4.8%

26 Ford Edge 16,580 17,940 -7.6%

27 Hyundai Tucson 16,362 11,856 38.0%

28 Ford Fusion 15,781 18,472 -14.6%

29 Ford Explorer 15,615 12,677 23.2%

30 Nissan Sentra 14,940 15,021 -0.5%

31 Honda Accord 14,465 16,962 -14.7%

32 Kia Sorento 14,372 13,982 2.8%

33 Toyota Sienna 13,981 11,596 20.6%

34 Hyundai Sonata 13,497 13,645 -1.1%

35 Kia Soul 13,335 9,944 34.1%

36 Subaru Forester 12,706 12,302 3.3%

37 Nissan Micra 11,909 7,815 52.4%

38 Toyota Tacoma 11,772 9,973 18.0%

39 Jeep Grand Cherokee 11,605 13,150 -11.7%

40 Volkswagen Tiguan 11,459 10,096 13.5%

41 Subaru Impreza 11,426 10,157 12.5%

42 Kia Forte 11,378 11,867 -4.1%

43 Honda Odyssey 11,272 11,480 -1.8%

44 Chrysler 200 10,961 11,655 -6.0%

45 GMC Terrain 10,844 11,524 -5.9%

46 Toyota Tundra 10,829 9,769 10.9%

47 Toyota Highlander 10,412 9,749 6.8%

48 Nissan Murano 10,128 4,706 115.0%

50 Subaru Outback 9,992 8,688 15.0%

49 Mercedes-B C-Class 9,992 7,054 41.7%

51 Nissan Pathfinder 9,898 9,688 2.2%

52 Kia Rio 9,761 14,458 -32.5%

53 BMW 3-Series 9,590 10,086 -4.9%

54 Jeep Patriot 9,372 5,959 57.3%

55 Chevrolet Malibu 9,203 8,246 11.6%

56 Nissan Versa 9,120 13,314 -31.5%

57 Honda Fit 9,088 11,732 -22.5%

58 Town & Country 9,001 8,944 0.6%

59 Honda HR-V 8,959


60 Ford Transit 8,767 662 1224.0%

61 Subaru XV Crosstrek 8,422 6,922 21.7%

62 Honda Pilot 8,230 6,113 34.6%

63 Audi Q5 8,203 7,862 4.3%

64 Toyota Yaris 8,196 8,530 -3.9%

65 Chevrolet Trax 8,156 8,533 -4.4%

66 Acura RDX 7,380 6,557 12.6%

67 Nissan Altima 7,293 9,475 -23.0%

68 Lexus RX 7,063 7,913 -10.7%

69 Ford Mustang 6,933 5,605 23.7%

70 Mazda CX-3 6,861


71 GMC Savana 6,809 6,644 2.5%

72 Hyundai Santa Fe XL  6,561 4,894 34.1%

73 Kia Sportage 6,509 6,025 8.0%

74 GMC Acadia 6,452 5,973 8.0%

75 Buick Verano 6,360 7,161 -11.2%


Taking advantage of the summer for some r & r

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