Canada January. Honda & Jeep shine in a record start

Canada Auto Sales started the 2018 again with a record, up 5.5% just after having overtaken the 2 million units in a single year. Honda fast started jumping in second place ahead of Toyota. Jeep boomed in 6th place.

February 23, 2018

Dodge & Ram. 2017 sales are moderately positive

Dodge and Ram  Global performance in the first eight months of the 2017 has been shy improving only 1.9% losing the outstanding pace taken in the previous years. Sales are growing in the GCC and Latin America. The Ram pick is the best-selling model.

October 23, 2017

Canada market report. Full year 2016. New Record

Canada Vehicles Market 2016 at the new all time record the fifth in a row, first time over the 1.9 million and now approaching the 2 million annual unit. Smart and Jaguar shine while Fiat plunged

January 24, 2017

Canada market report. November 2016

Canada Cars Market in November scored the best growth of the year, despite the volatile oil prices and the political uncertainties. Chevrolet shined, jumping on 2nd place.

December 12, 2016

Canada market report. October 2016

Canada Vehicles Industry in October registered the 4th y.o.y. moderate decline. The Honda Civic ranked 2nd behind the confirmed leader Ford F-series.

November 22, 2016

Canada Autos Sales lost moderately in August.

Canada Autos Sales lost moderately in August. Chevrolet lost one spot, leaving the 4th place to Hyundai while Ford Escape is advancing rapidly toward the podium behind the Honda Civic.

September 22, 2016

Canada reduced the sales speed in May

Canada reduced the sales speed in May when oil industry was severely hurt by forest fires in Northern Alberta. FCA recovered the leadership on Ford fueled by Dodge Gran Caravan exploit.

June 27, 2016

Canada new vehicles market rose moderately in September.

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.

October 16, 2015

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