Canada best selling cars 2017. The top 100

Canada best selling cars Chevrolet-Equinox-2018

Canada best selling cars updated at June reports 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 Chevrolet Equinox, up 50%

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 74th place with 3.350 sales.

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

The number one remains the Ford F-series with 78.427 sales (+8.6%) followed by the Ram Pick up with 57.923 units (+18.0%) and the Honda Civic, the best car passenger, with 37.180 sales (+12.0%).

GMC Sierra was fourth with 31.178 sales (+20.7%) ahead of Toyota Corolla with 28.364 (+3.6%), the Chevrolet Silverado with 27.887 (+23.1%) and the Dodge Grand Caravan with 26.394 units (-4.2%).

In 8th place Toyota Rav4 with 25.295 sales (+2.3%) followed by the Honda CR-V with 23.833 units (+19.7%) and in 10th place the Hyundai Elantra with 23.722 units (-7.0%).

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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 I Half 2017 Sales I Half 2016 Variation I Half 2017
1 1 Ford F-Series 78.427 72.233 8,6%
2 2 Ram pick-up 57.923 49.090 18,0%
3 3 Honda Civic 37.180 33.193 12,0%
4 6 GMC Sierra 31.178 25.831 20,7%
5 5 Toyota Corolla 28.354 27.370 3,6%
6 9 Chevrolet Silverado 27.887 22.652 23,1%
7 4 Dodge Grand Caravan 26.394 27.538 -4,2%
8 8 Toyota RAV4 25.295 24.726 2,3%
9 11 Honda CR-V 23.833 19.906 19,7%
10 7 Hyundai Elantra 23.722 25.511 -7,0%
11 10 Ford Escape 23.443 20.554 14,1%
12 12 Nissan Rogue 22.618 18.433 22,7%
13 18 Chevrolet Cruze 15.464 11.368 36,0%
14 16 Hyundai Tucson 15.205 13.299 14,3%
15 14 Hyundai Santa fe 14.758 14.760 0,0%
16 15 Mazda3 14.122 14.156 -0,2%
17 24 Chevrolet Equinox 13.432 9.482 41,7%
18 17 Mazda CX-5 12.067 11.739 2,8%
19 13 Jeep Cherokee 11.196 16.750 -33,2%
20 19 Ford Edge 10.719 11.191 -4,2%
20 20 Volkswagen Golf 10.719 10.793 -0,7%
21 27 Jeep Grand Cherokee 8.825 8.487 4,0%
22 41 Ford Explorer 8.771 6.240 40,6%
23 38 Kia Forte 8.635 6.455 33,8%
24 21 Volkswagen Jetta 8.502 10.749 -20,9%
25 22 Jeep Wrangler 8.259 10.291 -19,7%
26 26 Nissan Sentra 8.241 8.495 -3,0%
27 47 Honda HR-V 8.219 5.516 49,0%
28 34 Toyota Sienna 8.057 7.037 14,5%
29 35 Toyota Highlander 7.854 6.918 13,5%
30 29 Dodge Journey 7.834 7.980 -1,8%
31 44 Subaru Impreza 7.811 5.834 33,9%
32 28 Kia Sorento 7.636 8.041 -5,0%
33 33 Honda Accord 7.406 7.230 2,4%
34 23 Hyundai Accent 7.319 10.168 -28,0%
35 31 Nissan Murano 7.286 7.569 -3,7%
36 39 Subaru Forester 7.254 6.445 12,6%
37 46 GMC Terrain 7.110 5.552 28,1%
38 25 Toyota Camry 6.830 9.350 -27,0%
39 48 Kia Sportage 6.807 5.480 24,2%
40 51 Ford Transit 6.528 5.095 28,1%
41 36 Toyota Tacoma 6.314 6.827 -7,5%
42 30 Ford Focus 6.162 7.620 -19,1%
43 57 Mercedes C Class 6.051 4.592 31,8%
44 52 Nissan Pathfinder 5.812 5.032 15,5%
45 50 Subaru Outback 5.648 5.195 8,7%
46 32 Ford Fusion 5.571 7.263 -23,3%
47 42 Kia Soul 5.312 5.921 -10,3%
48 54 Ford Mustang 5.299 4.832 9,7%
49 55 Mazda CX-3 4.873 4.702 3,6%
50 66 Audi Q5 4.775 4.029 18,5%
51 37 Honda Odyssey 4.641 6.531 -28,9%
52 45 Toyota Tundra 4.606 5.611 -17,9%
53 69 Lexus RX 4.501 3.809 18,2%
54 53 Nissan Altima 4.472 4.912 -9,0%
55 49 Nissan Micra 4.456 5.374 -17,1%
56 64 Nissan Versa 4.436 4.036 9,9%
57 40 Chevrolet Malibu 4.272 6.417 -33,4%
58 43 Volkswagen Tiguan 4.242 5.855 -27,5%
59 91 Buick Encore 4.221 2.639 59,9%
60 68 Honda Pilot 4.079 3.839 6,3%
61 60 Subaru XV Crosstrek 3.945 4.467 -11,7%
62 71 Dodge Durango 3.940 3.710 6,2%
63 88 Audi A4 3.879 2.736 41,8%
64 114 Mercedes GLC 3.873 1.983 95,3%
65 72 Acura RDX 3.809 3.511 8,5%
66 74 Toyota 4Runner 3.781 3.179 18,9%
67 98 Dodge Charger 3.743 2.399 56,0%
68 80 BMW 3 Series 3.608 2.855 26,4%
69 84 Chevrolet Colorado 3.583 2.823 26,9%
70 78 Mitsubishi Outlander 3.504 2.987 17,3%
71 83 Lexus NX 3.465 2.825 22,7%
72 77 Mitsubishi RVR 3.443 3.010 14,4%
73 58 Hyundai Sonata 3.430 4.502 -23,8%
74 Chrysler Pacifica 3.350 112
75 65 Mercedes GLE 3.320 4.031 -17,6%
76 75 GMC Savana 3.295 3.157 4,4%
77 86 Chrysler 300 3.235 2.778 16,5%
78 59 Chevrolet Trax 3.202 4.497 -28,8%
79 204 Cadillac XT5 3.198 317 908,8%
80 81 BMW X3 3.151 2.850 10,6%
81 73 BMW X5 3.135 3.352 -6,5%
82 70 Mitsubishi Lancer 3.113 3.758 -17,2%
83 62 Toyota Yaris 3.053 4.274 -28,6%
84 102 BMW X1 2.850 2.268 25,7%
85 93 GMC Canyon 2.792 2.599 7,4%
86 82 Chevrolet Sonic 2.712 2.842 -4,6%
87 90 Chrysler 200 2.707 2.644 2,4%
88 85 Mini Cooper 2.683 2.803 -4,3%
89 96 Acura MDX 2.659 2.446 8,7%
90 100 Audi Q7 2.655 2.321 14,4%
91 113 Kia Sedona 2.602 2.000 30,1%
92 Honda Ridgeline 2.579 93
93 89 Kia Optima 2.550 2.725 -6,4%
94 120 Mercedes Sprinter 2.462 1.853 32,9%
95 137 Ram ProMaster 2.400 1.367 75,6%
96 158 Nissan Titan 2.376 1.068 122,5%
97 95 GMC Acadia 2.358 2.452 -3,8%
98 144 Ford Expedition 2.354 1.304 80,5%
99 103 Nissan Frontier 2.293 2.267 1,1%
100 106 Audi A3 2.289 2.124 7,8%

 

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