Canada best selling cars 2017. Chrysler Pacifica is the best new entrance

Canada best selling cars Cadillac-XT5-2017

Canada best selling cars in Q1 2017 with only two new entrance within the top 100. Good start for the Honda Civic, third and best car passengers, but the fastest model  on the head of the ranking has been the Nissan Rogue.

The 2017 best selling cars ranking has only two new entrance within the Top 100 list reported, represented by the Chrysler Pacifica, in 78th with 1.344 sales  year to date and the Cadillac XT5, landed in 80th place with 1.310 sales.

On top, few changes from the final 2016 ranking, with podium unchanged.

The number one remains the Ford F-series with 33.134 sales (+1.3%) followed by the Ram Pick up with 21.802 units (-2.4%) and the Honda Civic, the best car passenger, with 15.396 sales (+23.0%).

GMC Sierra was fourth with 13.105 sales (+13.4%) ahead of the Chevrolet Silverado with 11.991 (+15.7%), the Dodge Grand Caravan with 11.226 units (+27.0%).

In 8th place the Nissan Rogue with 10.481 sales (+47.3%) followed by the Honda CR-V with 10.461 units (+19.9%) and in 10th place the Toyota Rav4 with 9.979 sales (+4.1%).

Looking behind, please note the increase posted by the Chevrolet Equinox (+4%), the Ford Explorer (+40%), the Honda HR-V (+62%), the Mercedes C Class (+45%), the Kia Sportage (+47%) and the Chrysler 200 (+65%).

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Below, you can sort our interactive tables to see data regarding Brands, Groups and Models. Please bear in mind that sales data are subject to adjustments as sources will update their information. This report is updated at the publishing date and will not be modified while the next on this subject will always have the year to date data updated.

Rank 2017 Rank 2016 Model Sales YTD 2017 Sales YTD 2016 Variation YTD 2017
1 1 Ford F-Series 33.134 32.204 2,9%
2 2 Ram Pick-up 21.802 22.336 -2,4%
3 3 Honda Civic 15.396 12.519 23,0%
4 5 GMC Sierra 13.105 11.559 13,4%
5 6 Chevrolet Silverado 11.991 10.362 15,7%
6 8 Dodge Grand Caravan 11.226 8.836 27,0%
7 10 Toyota Corolla 10.774 8.351 29,0%
8 13 Nissan Rogue 10.481 7.115 47,3%
9 9 Honda CR-V 10.465 8.725 19,9%
10 7 Toyota RAV4 9.979 9.589 4,1%
11 11 Ford Escape 8.932 8.205 8,9%
12 4 Hyundai Elantra 8.057 11.578 -30,4%
13 12 Jeep Cherokee 6.594 7.586 -13,1%
14 16 Mazda3 5.990 5.188 15,5%
15 19 Hyundai Tucson 5.652 4.331 30,5%
16 15 Chevrolet Cruze 5.587 5.695 -1,9%
17 14 Hyundai Santa fe 5.351 5.751 -7,0%
18 24 Chevrolet Equinox 5.178 3.603 43,7%
19 17 Mazda CX-5 5.108 4.851 5,3%
20 26 Dodge Journey 4.513 3.499 29,0%
21 20 Volkswagen Golf 3.952 4.202 -5,9%
22 25 Nissan Sentra 3.581 3.532 1,4%
23 39 Ford Explorer 3.568 2.541 40,4%
24 21 Jeep Wrangler 3.533 4.033 -12,4%
25 27 Jeep Grand Cherokee 3.523 3.474 1,4%
26 18 Ford Edge 3.405 4.598 -25,9%
27 32 Toyota Highlander 3.370 2.964 13,7%
28 29 Toyota Sienna 3.324 3.251 2,2%
29 50 Honda HR-V 3.307 2.031 62,8%
30 47 Subaru Impreza 3.084 2.162 42,6%
31 42 Kia Forte 3.015 2.468 22,2%
32 46 GMC Terrain 2.977 2.182 36,4%
33 31 Nissan Murano 2.941 3.049 -3,5%
34 22 Volkswagen Jetta 2.932 3.911 -25,0%
35 38 Subaru Forester 2.911 2.573 13,1%
36 23 Toyota Camry 2.845 3.908 -27,2%
37 36 Nissan Pathfinder 2.842 2.659 6,9%
38 30 Kia Sorento 2.841 3.204 -11,3%
39 31 Ford Focus 2.787 3.049 -8,6%
40 54 Mercedes C Class 2.734 1.882 45,3%
41 55 Kia Sportage 2.704 1.836 47,3%
42 34 Toyota Tacoma 2.696 2.902 -7,1%
43 33 Honda Accord 2.686 2.927 -8,2%
44 35 Hyundai Accent 2.556 2.827 -9,6%
45 45 Nissan Altima 2.472 2.199 12,4%
46 65 Ford Transit 2.371 1.628 45,6%
47 48 Subaru Outback 2.331 2.086 11,7%
48 49 Kia Soul 2.111 2.059 2,5%
49 67 Nissan Versa 2.052 1.524 34,6%
50 64 Dodge Durango 1.899 1.653 14,9%
51 28 Chevrolet Malibu 1.886 3.275 -42,4%
52 66 Lexus RX 1.870 1.583 18,1%
53 37 Toyota Tundra 1.848 2.582 -28,4%
54 57 Chevrolet Trax 1.836 1.823 0,7%
55 51 Mazda CX-3 1.829 2.017 -9,3%
56 69 Audi Q5 1.825 1.503 21,4%
57 41 Honda Odyssey 1.806 2.488 -27,4%
58 73 Hyundai Sonata 1.798 1.364 31,8%
59 44 Volkswagen Tiguan 1.764 2.260 -21,9%
60 68 Toyota 4Runner 1.763 1.505 17,1%
61 94 Chrysler 200 1.701 1.028 65,5%
62 40 Nissan Micra 1.688 2.536 -33,4%
63 43 Ford Fusion 1.672 2.392 -30,1%
64 113 Mercedes GLC 1.662 825 101,5%
65 95 BMW 3 Series 1.604 1.013 58,3%
66 114 Audi A4 1.584 818 93,6%
67 72 Acura RDX 1.555 1.379 12,8%
68 75 Mitsubishi Outlander 1.540 1.307 17,8%
69 56 Subaru XV Crosstrek 1.506 1.829 -17,7%
70 119 Buick Encore 1.485 743 99,9%
71 74 BMW X5 1.478 1.338 10,5%
72 62 Honda Pilot 1.475 1.671 -11,7%
73 84 BMW X3 1.435 1.137 26,2%
74 53 Mercedes GLE 1.433 1.927 -25,6%
75 106 Mercedes Sprinter 1.379 905 52,4%
76 85 Chevrolet Colorado 1.377 1.131 21,8%
77 82 Lexus NX 1.367 1.169 16,9%
78 Chrysler Pacifica 1.344
79 89 Ford E Series 1.316 1.073 22,6%
80 Cadillac XT5 1.310
81 81 Ford Mustang 1.305 1.172 11,3%
82 128 Nissan Titan 1.250 629 98,7%
83 63 Mitsubishi Lancer 1.235 1.660 -25,6%
84 78 Mitsubishi RVR 1.191 1.275 -6,6%
85 88 Acura MDX 1.180 1.111 6,2%
85 108 BMW X1 1.180 890 32,6%
86 96 Mercedes CLA 1.175 1.001 17,4%
87 70 Kia Optima 1.169 1.429 -18,2%
88 87 Mercedes GLA 1.162 1.116 4,1%
89 220 Honda Ridgeline 1.136 50
90 76 GMC SAVANA 1.132 1.278 -11,4%
91 86 Jeep Renegade 1.122 1.119 0,3%
92 91 Audi Q7 1.115 1.058 5,4%
93 141 Ram ProMaster 1.108 494 124,3%
94 93 GMC Canyon 1.106 1.038 6,6%
95 97 GMC Acadia 1.071 999 7,2%
96 109 Chrysler 300 1.069 887 20,5%
97 61 Toyota Yaris 1.063 1.673 -36,5%
98 101 Mini Cooper 1.062 946 12,3%
99 59 Jeep Patriot 984 1.763 -44,2%
100 138 Dodge Challenger 978 525 86,3%

 

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