Canada Auto Sales in the 2019 is moderately negative and projected at 1.92 million units. Indeed Year to Date October 2019 have been 1.67 million, down 3.7% and October sales were 160.969, down 0.7%. Tesla is gaining 40% while several brands are losing in double-digit, including Chevrolet, Mazda, Dodge, Audi, Buick, Infiniti, GMC.
Canada Auto Sales were moderately negative in 2018 with 1.998.532 units sold, after eight consecutive years of growth, falling 2.2%. Ford kept the market lead - with 14.5% of market share - followed Toyota and Honda. The best-selling model is still the Ford F-Series.
Canada Auto Sales hit in the 2017 the milestone of 2 million light vehicles, hitting the fifth new all time record in a string. Honda consolidates the third place ahead of a shining Chevrolet and behind Ford and Toyota.
Canada Cars Sales September reported flat albeit the recent economic data are almost negative, sustained by a resilient domestic demand. Ford scored a 16.9% of market share.
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 Vehicles Market in first half 2016 at all time record projecting the entire year at 2 million units, first time in the history. In June Hyundai shines improving 41% very near the podium.
Canada Vehicles Market in April 2016 first time ever above the 200.000 units. FCA Group in great shapes with Jeep +21% and Dodge +19%. The best improvement reported by Buick, up 39%.
Canada Car Sales in March kept speed hitting the best ever Q1 with volume improved 9 percent. Ford and General Motors shining while FCA brands pushed the brake. The new Ford Edge is the raising star.
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.
Canada new vehicles market rose moderately in September scoring the 28th consecutive growth in a string and projecting a new annual record, the second in a string with volume over the 1.8 million. Ford is struggling while Nissan is growing fast.
2014 was the New All-Time Record Year forCanadian Auto Market the third in a row for a market that is fueled by surging consumer’s demand and new models success. Ford Group beats FCA for few units. Is Alfa Romeo back?