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Canada May 2012: Ford F-Series up 46% year-on-year UPDATED

2013 Ford F-150

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For the first time since last September the Ford F-Series manages to sell over 10,000 units in a single month in Canada at 10,965, an impressive increase of 46% over May 2011. The only model to do better in the Top 10 is the Toyota Corolla at +56% in 6th place but this is on a very low base, with last year's Toyota figures handicapped by the after-effects of the Japanese tsunami.

Apart from the Dodge Grand Caravan (#4) and Hyundai Elantra (#5) exchanging positions the entire Top 8 is identical to last month and to the 2012 year-to-date ranking with the Dodge RAM at #2, the Honda Civic at #3, the GMC Sierra #7 and the Mazda3 #8. Notice also the Hyundai Accent up 5 spots on April to #11, the Ford Edge up 9 to #17 and the Kia Rio stable at an excellent 28th place.

Ford Taurus

Further down, the Ford Taurus is up 48 ranks on last month to #32, the Chrysler 300 is up 35 to #40, the Ford Mustang is up 24 to #67, the Hyundai Veloster up 25 to #67, the Ford Flex up 35 to #79 and the all-new Infiniti JX35 lands directly at #97 with 398 sales.

Previous month: Canada April 2012: Kia Optima and Chrysler 200 shine

One year ago: Canada May 2011: Hyundai Elantra best-selling passenger car

Full May 2012 Top 150 Ranking Table below.

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  1. June 27th, 2012 at 07:51 | #1

    if its rates have gone up 46 percent this why is it that it is still the number one dangerous vehicle out on the roads today?

  2. June 24th, 2012 at 03:23 | #2

    portugal stills sinking in a huge economical and social crisis that reflects new car sales and the standard of living is one of the weakest in Europe. people buy new cars in leasing way or using credit beacuse new car prices are one of the highest in the world. Due to this new car sales in may drooped almost 46% and here ( according to AUTOINFORMA )are the results for a country with over 12 millions inhabitants:

    May sales:

    1 – RENAULT – 1269
    2 – VW – 1025
    3 – PEUGEOT – 960
    4 – OPEL – 722
    5 – TOYOTA – 677
    6 – BMW – 670 ( 86% SERIE 1 ENTRY LEVEL VERSION )
    7 – Citroen – 634
    8 – Audi – 600
    9 – Fiat – 579
    10 – Ford – 574

    Marques that do not sell one single car:

    SUBARU – 0
    ROLLS ROYCE – 0
    BENTLEY – 0
    CHRYSLER – 0
    DODGE – 0
    FERRARI – 0
    MASERATI – 0
    LOTUS – 0
    SAAB – 0
    ASTON MARTIN – 0
    JEEP – 0
    CADILLAC – 0
    CATERHAM – 0

  3. June 10th, 2012 at 23:31 | #3
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