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The Ford F-Series leads the way again this month in Canada with 6,950 sales, however the twin trucks from General Motors do better and add up to 8,444 units: the GMC Sierra is up 3 spots on September to #4 with 4,639 sales while the Chevrolet Silverado is up 4 ranks to #5 at 3,805 units.
The Honda Civic is #3 and best-selling passenger car with 4,974 sales and is headed towards its 14th consecutive year as the most popular car in Canada… Very good month for the Toyota Corolla up to #7 at 3,508 units, the Honda CR-V up to #11 and the Toyota RAV4 up 11 spots to #16. Notice also the Nissan Versa up 12 spots to #27 and the Subaru Forester up 14 spots to #30.
Further down the ranking, the Chevrolet Sonic is up 21 ranks vs. September to #43, the VW Passat is up a massive 48 spots to #50, the Mercedes M Class is up an even more impressive 60 ranks to #53, the Chrysler 300 is up 28 spots to #61 and the Acura RDX is up 11 ranks to #91. The Chevrolet Orlando, available in Canada but not in the USA, lands directly in 75th position for its first full month of sales in the country at 407 units.
Previous month: see the Canadian September 2011 Top 140 best-sellers here.
Full October 2011 Top 150 Ranking Table below.