Canada best selling cars 2017 with only two new entrance within the top 100. Good start for the Honda Civic, thir and best car passengers, but the fastest models so far had been the Nissan Rogue and the Honda CR-V.
Canada Auto Sales 2017 started moderately up with speed on track to beat the 2 million annual sales target. Honda consolidates the third place with a shining selling start. Other fast starters are Dodge, Mazda, Mercedes & Audi
USA Automotive industry outlook deteriorated in the last months and is now moderately negative for the next three years, albeit consumer's demand should have not been satisfied yet, but last years sales increase.
Canada New Vehicle figures sharply decreased in July hit by economic downturn. Chevrolet gained one spot while Nissan advanced within the top 5. The Hyundai Elantra ranked third outpacing the Honda Civic.
Canada Vehicle Market 2012-2015 Insights provides facts, data and forecast on this market with all data by OEM, Brand, Model and segment. From the 2004 up to the 2015 All About within 90 pages and 120 charts.
Canada New Vehicle Sales were fast in February again and the 2016 could be over 2 million, first time. Ford is pushing up the market with over 20% increase and 15% of market share. Hyundai Santa fe fast growing.
Canada Auto Industry in January at the best ever sales level projecting over 2 million units for the entire year. Ford up in double digit while Honda jumped in third step with strong demand on all the line up.
Canada Vehicles Market 2015 breaks the 1.9 million sales hitting the new all-time record albeit in December sales had been down after 30 consecutive increase. Market is growing albeit economy suffered a turbulent 2015.
Canadian new vehicles market hits the 30th winning month in a series thanks to the November +4.7% increase and now will post the new all-time record sales with over 1.9 million in the 2015. General Motors led again.
Canada Auto Industry records 29th months of victories in October projecting the entire year above the 1.9 million vehicles sold for the first time in the history. Japanese carmakers are shining with Nissan up 24%.