Canada First Half 2016: Pickups and SUVs boost market to record high

Nissan Murano Canada June 2016. Picture courtesy caranddriver.com Nissan Murano sales are up 71% so far in 2016 in Canada.

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There is no stopping the Canadian light vehicle market in 2016: sales are up a further 6% on a record 2015 result to a best-ever 990.727 units halfway through 2016. FCA Fiat Chrysler Automobiles remains the most popular group but loses market share at 15.4% vs. 15.9% a year ago. Just below, Ford Motor is up to 15.1% from 14.4% but General Motors drops to 13.1% from 13.6%. Toyota Motor (11.4%) and Hyundai-Kia (11%) round up the Top 5. Brand-wise, Ford improves to 14.7% thanks to sales up 12%, Toyota follows the market at +2% and 10% share, Honda (+12%) passes Chevrolet (+1%) to rank third, ahead of Hyundai (+8%), Nissan (+10%), Ram (+2%) and Jeep (+20%). Audi (+16%), Mitsubishi (+16%), Buick (+18%), Lincoln (+21%), Volvo (+35%), Land Rover (+40%) and Scion (+78%) impress.

Toyota Tacoma Canada June 2016. Picture courtesy caranddriver.com.jpgThe Toyota Tacoma is up 45%. 

In the models ranking, the Ford F-Series is headed straight towards an 8th consecutive year of reign with deliveries fast outpacing the market, soaring 28% to 72.233, 23.000 units above the #2, the Ram Pickup up 4%. The Honda Civic for its part looks likely to post a 19th year in a row as the best-selling passenger car in Canada with sales up 12% to 33.193. The Dodge Grand Caravan (+28%), Hyundai Elantra (+14%), Toyota RAV4 (+20%) also rise faster than the market within the Top 10. Further down, SUVs and pickups deliver the largest gains, such as the Jeep Cherokee (+25%), Hyundai Tucson (+75%), Ford Edge (+28%), Jeep Grand Cherokee (+53%), Nissan Murano (+71%), Toyota Tacoma (+45%) and Toyota Highlander (+26%).

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One year ago: Canada 1st Half 2015: Pickup trucks lift market up to record level

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Canada June 2016: Ford F-Series helps lift market to best June score ever

Ford F-150 Raptor Canada June 2016Ford F-150 Raptor 

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After plunging into negative territory in May, Canadian new light vehicle sales rebound in June to gain 7% year-on-year to 191.316 units, the highest June tally ever recorded in Canada. The year-to-date total is up 6% at 990.727. This month Ford Motor is the most popular group, following the market at +7% to 15% share, with FCA (14.5%) and General Motors (13.6%) in tow. Hyundai-Kia surges 31% to 11.9% share, overtaking Toyota Motor (11.5%), and Nissan Motor is up 13% to 7.4%. The Top 6 best-selling brands remain unchanged vs. May with Ford in the lead at 14.6% share ahead of Toyota (10.3%), Honda (8%), Hyundai up 41% (7.9%), Chevrolet (7.4%) and Nissan (6.9%). Dodge is up 25% to #7, Kia up 14%, Buick up 28%, Lincoln up 37% and Jaguar up 191%. Model-wise, the Ford F-Series is more than ever in the driving seat thanks to sales up 40% to 13.269 vs. 8.692 for its immediate follower the Ram Pickup, stable year-on-year. The Honda Civic (+3%), Dodge Grand Caravan (+43%) and Toyota RAV4 (+34%) follow. Excellent performances of the Hyundai Elantra (+45%), Tucson (+314%), Ford Fusion (+70%) and Nissan Sentra (+45%). This month we welcome the Jaguar XE at #216.

Previous month: Canada May 2016: FCA scores strongest month ever, market down 2%

One year ago: Canada June 2015: Ram Pickup only 737 units below Ford F-Series

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Canada May 2016: FCA scores strongest month ever, market down 2%

Dodge Grand Caravan Canada May 2016. Picture courtesy caranddriver.comDodge Grand Caravan sales are up 88% in May. 

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After reaching an all-time high in April, the Canadian new falls to a three-year May low with sales down 1.6% to 194.866 units. The year-to-date tally is however up 5.6% to a record-breaking 798.089 units after five months. Market leader FCA Fiat Chrysler Automobiles delivers its best-ever monthly sales figure this month at 31.724 units, up 0.3% year-on-year. It is followed by Ford Motor at 29.374, General Motors at 22.939, Toyota Motor at 22.158 and Hyundai-Kia at 22.116. Brand-wise, Ford remains master in command with 14.7% share above Toyota (9.9%), Honda (8.8%), Hyundai (7.7%) and Chevrolet (6.7%). Audi (+15%), Scion (+61%) and Volvo (+19%) post significant gains.

Hyundai Tucson Canada May 2016. Picture courtesy caranddriver.comThe new generation propels the Hyundai Tucson up 82%. 

In the models ranking, the Ford F-Series reigns supreme again thanks to sales up 22% to 12.803 above the Ram Pickup (-4%) and Honda Civic (+10%) while the Dodge Grand Caravan continues to impress in its last year of production with sales up 88% to 6.169 at #4. The Toyota RAV4 is up 15% to hold onto the SUV pole position at #6 overall, the Hyundai Tucson is up 82% on May 2015 to #17, the Jeep Grand Cherokee is up 40% to #24 and the Kia Sportage up 107% to #25.

Previous month: Canada April 2016: First month in history above 200.000 registrations

One year ago: Canada May 2015: Ram Pickup closes in on F-Series in all-time record month

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Canada April 2016: First month in history above 200.000 registrations

Ford F-Series Canada April 2016Second consecutive all-time record month for the Ford F-Series in Canada. 

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April 2016 will remain in the history of automobile in Canada as the very first to cross the symbolic barrier of 200.000 registrations at 200.607, up 6% year-on-year. This leads to a year-to-date total up 8% to a record-breaking 604.246 units. Group-wise, Ford Motor is #1 for the second month running at 30.311 sales (+11%), outselling market leader FCA at 30.108 (+10%). Ford now trails FCA by just 1.170 units so far in 2016. Toyota Motor (+15%) and Jaguar-Land Rover (+42%) also post double-digit gains. In the brands ranking, Ford (+10%) and Toyota (+13%) dominate above Honda (+9%), Chevrolet (-11%) and Hyundai (+1%), replicating the YTD Top 5. In ranking order, Dodge (+19%), Ram (+13%), Jeep (+21%), Buick (+39%), Mitsubishi (+32%), Scion (+125%), Lincoln (+40%), Volvo (+38%) and Land Rover (+43%) deliver the largest year-on-year gains in the Top 30.

Dodge Grand Caravan Canada April 2016. Picture courtesy motortrend.comSwan song for the Dodge Grand Caravan, up 76% year-on-year in April. 

The Ford F-Series established a new monthly volume record last month at 13.385 units, and it beat that record again in April to lift it to 13.957, up a mammoth 32% on April 2015 and accounting for 42% of all full-size pickup sales in Canada this month.  The Ram Pickup shadows the F-Series as usual but limits its gain to 9%. Living its last months, the Dodge Grand Caravan is in full runout mode before being replaced by the Chrysler Pacifica for the 2017 Model Year and sees its volume up 76% to 6.368 in third place. The Honda Civic is down one spot on last month but remains Canada’s favourite passenger car at 6.202 units above the Toyota Corolla (5.641) and Hyundai Elantra (4.607). The Toyota RAV4 shines at #7 and +19%, while further down the Nissan Rogue (+21%), Jeep Cherokee (+15%), VW Golf (+27%) and Hyundai Tucson (+35%) all outpace the market.

Previous month: Canada March 2016: F-Series breaks monthly volume record at 13.385

One year ago: Canada April 2015: No end to record run in sight

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Canada March 2016: F-Series breaks monthly volume record at 13.385

Ford F-Series Canada March 2016. Picture courtesy caranddriver.comNever before had that many Ford F-Series found a buyer in a single month in Canada. 

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An unending thirst for new light vehicles: that’s what has characterised Canadian customers for the past three years and it continues in 2016: sales are up 9% year-on-year in March to a record 175.407 units, lifting the year-to-date total to an all-time best 403.653 sales, also up 9% on the same period last year. If Ford Motor outsells FCA this month thanks to sales up 24% to 26.432 vs. 25.862 (+3%), Fiat Chrysler Automobiles remains the year-to-date leader at 62.831 units (+2%), distancing Ford Motor at 61.458 (+21%). General Motors (+17%) and Toyota Motor (+14%) follow while Hyundai-Kia (-2%) rounds up the Top 5. Honda Motor (+11%) and Nissan Moor (+13%) both beat the market. Brand-wise, Ford remains by far the most popular with 14.7% share above Toyota (9.3%), Honda (8.4%) and Chevrolet (8.2%). Jeep (+36%), BMW (+15%), Audi (+43%), Mitsubishi (+24%) and Land Rover (+85%) shine, while it’s a last hurrah for Scion (+136%) clearing its stock before the brand gets discontinued in June.

Chrysler Pacifica Canada March 2016Chrysler Pacifica

In the models ranking, the Ford F-Series shoots up an impressive 34% year-on-year to 13.385 sales, simply the nameplate’s highest ever monthly score – beating its previous best of 12.740 units hit almost three years ago in May 2013. This astounding performance means it now has a 10.000-sales advantage over the #2, the Ram Pickup, down 5% this month, at 32.204 sales (+25%) vs. 22.336 (+8%). The Honda Civic benefits from its new generation and gains 4 spots on February to #3, followed by the Hyundai Elantra (+33%). The GMC Sierra (+10%) is getting caught up by its mass market twin the Chevrolet Colorado (+26%), the Jeep Cherokee is up 31% to #14, the Ford Edge up 275% to #17, the Chevy Malibu up 73% to #20 and the Toyota Camry up 50% to #21. Finally, we welcome the Chrysler Pacifica back into the Canadian sales charts at #245.

Previous month: Canada February 2016: Elantra and RAV4 up in record market

One year ago: Canada March 2015: Ram Pickup less than 1.000 units below Ford F-Series

One year ago (Q1): Canada 1st Quarter 2015: Volkswagen lifted by new Golf in record market

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Canada February 2016: Elantra and RAV4 up in record market

Hyundai is clearing Elantras ahead of the arrival of the 2017 model (picture). 

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There’s no stopping the new light vehicle market in Canada: up another 9% year-on-year in February to hit an all-time record for the month at 119.452 deliveries, lifting the year-to-date total to a record 228.246 units (+9%). Light trucks (pickups, crossovers, SUVs and vans) now represent a staggering 67% of the overall Canadian market vs. just 33% for passenger cars. Group-wise, FCA Fiat Chrysler Automobiles holds onto its newfound leadership but loses share with sales up just 1% to 18.813 (15.7%) above Ford Motor (+22%) and General Motors (+14%). Toyota Motor (+10%), Honda (+15%) and Nissan (+14%) also lodge double-digit gains whereas the Volkswagen Group is down 16%, pulled by its namesake brand down an alarming 28% in the wake of its never-ending emissions scandal.

VW Golf Canada February 2016Volkswagen sales crumble down 28% in Canada in February. 

Ford (+23%) remains the most popular brand ahead of Toyota (+10%), Chevrolet (+18%) and Honda (+19%). Ram is up 20%, Jeep up 34%, Mitsubishi up 31%, Land Rover up 50% and Cadillac up 45% but Dodge is down 26% and Chrysler down 42%. In the models ranking, the Ford F-Series is as dominant as ever with sales up a very strong 26% to 9.981 sales, widening the gap with its immediate follower the Ram Pickup, itself up 20% to 6.909 units. Hyundai is clearing Elantras ahead of the arrival of the 2017 model and as a result it becomes the best-selling passenger car in Canada at #3 overall with sales up 74% to 3.793.  The Honda Civic remains #1 year-to-date at 6.576 vs. 5.886 for the Elantra, despite a stop-sell ordered on some of its lineup end-January.

Ford Edge Canada February 2016. Picture courtesy caranddriver.comFord Edge sales are up 122% year-on-year in Canada. 

The Toyota RAV4 is once again the best-selling SUV in the country, up to an outstanding 5th position overall at 3.136 units. Notice also the Jeep Cherokee up 58% to #12, Ford Edge up 133% to #22, Kia Forte up 124% to #28, Toyota Tacoma up 54% to #34 and Chevrolet Malibu up 165% to #36. Among recent launches, the Mazda CX-3 leads the way at #49, followed by the Honda HR-V at #64 (vs. #39 in January), Jeep Renegade at #93 and Scion iM at #120.

Previous month: Canada January 2016: Market up 10% to best January since 2002

One year ago: Canada February 2015: GMC Sierra/Chevy Silverado on fire

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Canada January 2016: Market up 10% to best January since 2002

GMC Sierra Canada January 2016. Picture courtesy motortrend.comThe GMC Sierra and Chevrolet Silverado both fit inside the Canadian Top 5 this month. 

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The Canadian new light vehicle is up 10% year-on-year to 108.660 registrations, the highest January score since 2002. Pickup trucks lift the market once again with sales up 23% whereas passenger cars are down 4%. Market leader for the first time in 2015, FCA Fiat Chrysler Automobiles hold onto the pole position in January thanks to 18.156 sales and 16.7% share (+1%), distancing Ford Motor at 16.637 (+14%) and General Motors at 14.395 (+24%). Brand-wise, Ford leads the way with deliveries up 13% to 16.154 above Toyota at 10.515 (+4%), Honda up 37%, Chevrolet up 24%, Nissan up 18% and Ram up 11%. Notice also Jeep up 34%, GMC up 28%, Mercedes up 18%, Mitsubishi up 16%, Cadillac up 45%, Lincoln up 41% and Scion up 49% in what would be the start of the brand’s swan song year.

Nissan Murano Ford Edge Canada January 2016. Picture courtesy motortrend.comNissan Murano sales are up 73%.

The Ford F-Series remains the country’s most popular vehicle with 8.838 sales (+16%), ahead of the Ram Pick-up at 6.887 (+16%) while the Honda Civic takes advantage of the new generation to jump 62% to 3.708 units in third position. The GMC Sierra (+27%) and its twin the Chevrolet Silverado (+29%) both impress and fit inside the Top 5. Notice also the Jeep Cherokee breaking its ranking record at #8 thanks to deliveries up 73% on a year ago, the Hyundai Tucson up 112% to #19 thanks to the new model, the Jeep Grand Cherokee up 48% to #20, Ford Edge up 52% to #21, Nissan Murano up 73% to #25 and Toyota Tacoma ip 92% to #27. Among recent launches, the Honda HR-V ranks 39th, the Mazda CX-3 50th and the Jeep Renegade 100th.

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One year ago: Canada January 2015: Nissan Rogue almost in Top 10

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Canada Full Year 2015: First FCA win in third consecutive record year

Ram 1500 Canada 2015. Picture courtesy caranddriver.comThe Ram Pickup breaks sales records and helps push FCA to #1. Picture caranddriver.com

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At +2.5% in 2015, the Canadian year-on-year gain is more subdued than last year (+6%) but still pushes the market to a third consecutive annual record at 1.900.072 registrations. Passenger cars see their market share drop below 39% whereas SUV/crossover sales shoot up from 32.9% in 2014 to 36.1% this year and pickup trucks go up slightly to 18.4%. For the first time in the company’s 90-year history, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) is the top carmaker in Canada thanks to sales up 2% to 293.061, also an all-time record annual volume. FCA distances Ford Motor Company (-5%) and General Motors (+5%), while Toyota Motor (+4%) overtakes Hyundai-Kia (-2%) for 4th place overall.

Lexus NX Canada 2015. Picture courtesy of motortrend.comLexus is the fastest-growing brand in the Top 30 this year in Canada. 

Brand-wise, Ford remains comfortable leader despite sales down 5% to 270.498 above Toyota at 182.365 and Honda at 156.500, both up 2%. Chevrolet (+3%), Hyundai (-2%) and Nissan (+13%) are the only other brands positing 6-digit sales figures for 2015. GMC (+12%), Jeep (+13%), Subaru (+11%), Mercedes (+15%) and Lexus (+25%) lodge double-digit year-on-year gains inside the Top 20, while further down Porsche (+30%), Mini (+31%) and Tesla (+84%) shine.

GMC Sierra Canada 2015The GMC leaps to 4th position overall in the 2015 Canadian models charts. 

The Ford F-Series is the best-selling vehicle in Canada for the 7th year in a row but sees its sales drop  6% to 118.837 units after posting three consecutive record annual volumes. The F-Series remains the only nameplate to ever sell 6-digit annual figures in Canada. Like in 2014 it is followed by the Ram Pickup, up 3% to sign a new sales record at 91.195 units. The Honda Civic is the most popular passenger car in the country for the 18th straight year thanks to 64.950 sales. The GMC Sierra gains the most ground among the best-sellers, shooting up four spots and 12% to 4th overall, followed closely by its mass market twin the Chevrolet Silverado (+11%).

Chrysler Pacifica Canada 2015The Chrysler Pacifica will replaces the Town&Country and the Dodge Grand Caravan in 2016.

Despite sales down 7%, the Ford Escape is once again Canada’s best-selling SUV but the Toyota RAV4 (+15%) and Nissan Rogue (+24%) are catching up fast. Even though it continues to flatly outsell its twin the Chrysler Town & Country in Canada (46.927 sales vs. 9.001), the Dodge Grand Caravan (-9%) will not survive 2016: at the same time next year we will be in a position to establish whether replacing the hugely successful pair of minivans with the lone Chrysler Pacifica will have been a smart move from FCA.

Honda HR-V Canada 2015. Picture courtesy motortrend.comThe Honda HR-V is the most successful all-new nameplate for 2015. Picture motortrend.com

Other notable moves in the Canadian sales charts include the Jeep Cherokee up 41% to #16 and a record 31.833 sales, the VW Golf up 68% to #22 and 20.515 deliveries, the Nissan Micra up 52% to #37 and the Nissan Murano boosted up 115% to #48 by its facelift. The most successful all-new nameplates for 2015 are the Honda HR-V landing directly at #59, the Mazda CX-3 (#70), Jeep Renegade (#150) and Ram ProMaster City (#154).

Previous month: Canada November 2015: Third consecutive annual record imminent

Previous year: Canada Full Year 2014: Ford F-Series and Ram Pickup break records

Two years ago: Canada Full Year 2013: Ford F-Series breaks all-time record

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Canada November 2015: Third consecutive annual record imminent

Honda Civic Canada November 2015. Picture courtesy caranddriver.comThe new generation is starting to push Honda Civic sales up (+22%). Picture caranddriver.com

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Canadian new light vehicle sales are serenely headed towards a third consecutive all-time annual record with November up another 5% year-on-year to 145.426 units, bringing the year-to-date total to 1.769.611 deliveries, up 3% on 2014. General Motors is the most popular group for the 2nd month running thanks to sales up 13% to 21.812 and 15% share, however FCA-Fiat Chrysler Automobiles remains in the year-to-date lead by far and celebrates 72 consecutive months (six full years!) of year-on-year gains at +0.6% and 21.038 sales. Ford Motor Co. rounds up the podium while Toyota Motor keeps Hyundai-Kia and Honda Motor at bay.

Ford Explorer Canada November 2015. Picture courtesy caranddriver.comFord Explorer sales are up 108% year-on-year in November. Picture caranddriver.com

Brand-wise, Ford is head and shoulders above all manufacturers as usual with 13.8% share vs. 9.3% for Toyota and 9% for Honda. Chevrolet (+17%), Dodge (+16%), BMW (+19%) and Lexus (+29%) perform best inside the Top 20 whereas Ram (-17%) crashes. Further down, Mini (+20%) Land Rover (+36%) and Scion (+126%) shine. As far as the VAGroup is concerned Volkswagen is down 5%, Audi up just 1% and Porsche up 13% so limited emission scandal effects for this month in Canada.

The Journey (+39%) helps Dodge push up 16% in Canada this month.

The Ford F-Series continues its lonely run at the top despite sales down 11% to 8.253, easily distancing the Ram Pickup down 18% to 5.644. With the ninth generation in runout mode and the tenth now arriving in dealerships, the Honda Civic is up a beautiful 22% in third place with 5.082 sales. The Ford Escape jumps five spots on October to land at #4, knocking the GMC Sierra down to #5. The Jeep Cherokee gains 33% at #13, the Dodge Journey is up 39% to #17, the Ford Explorer more than doubles its sales (+108%) to #22 as does the Hyundai Tucson (+101%) thanks to the new generation. The Toyota Tacoma also shines at +51%.

Previous month: Canada October 2015: Toyota RAV4 and Tacoma shoot up

One year ago: Canada November 2014: All-time record year now certain

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Canada October 2015: Toyota RAV4 and Tacoma shoot up

Toyota Tacoma Canada October 2015. Picture courtesy motortrend.comThe new generation pushes Toyota Tacoma sales up 86% in October.

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Nothing can stop the Canadian new light vehicle market right now: the 5% October lift to 163,199 units is the 31st consecutive month of year-on-year gains and pushes the year-to-date total to an all-time record 1.625.571 deliveries, up 3% on 2014 which was already a record year… Thanks to sales up 6% vs. stable volumes for its two main competitors, General Motors takes the lead of the groups ranking at 14.3% share, distancing FCA-Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (13.7%) and Ford Motor Co. (13.5%). Yet FCA still leads the way year-to-date at 15.4% share vs. 14.6% for Ford Motor and 13.7% for GM. Honda Motor is up 10% and Nissan Motor up 24%. Ford, Toyota and Honda (+15%) top the brands ranking, with Lexus (+29%), Nissan (+24%), Jeep (+17%) and GMC (+13%) the other great performers in the Top 20. Further down, Porsche (+45%), Cadillac (+47%), Land Rover (+72%), Scion (+84%) and Maserati (+113%) shine while Chrysler (-48%) and Smart (-68%) crash.

Toyota RAV4 Canada October 2015The Toyota RAV4 is among the five best-sellers in Canada this month (2016 PHEV model pictured).

The Ford F-Series unsurprisingly keeps hold of the models pole position with sales up 2% to 9.607 followed by the Ram Pickup at 7.070 (+10%), the Honda Civic at 6.272 (+6%) and the GMC Sierra at 5.016 (+15%). The Toyota RAV4 jumps four spots on September to top the SUV charts in 5th place overall and the Chevrolet Silverado (+15%) gains one rank on last month to #6. An overwhelming majority of significant year-on-year gains are delivered by SUVs this month, with the exception of the Toyota Tacoma boosted by the new model up 86% to #23 vs. #44 year-to-date. The Honda HR-V posts a new ranking record at #22, and the following nameplates all improve spectacularly on their October 2014 score: the Honda CR-V (+32%), Nissan Rogue (+55%), Jeep Cherokee (+43%), Hyundai Tucson (+81%), Nissan Murano (+127%), VW Tiguan (+56%) and Mercedes GLA (+86%). Launched last month, the Scion iM is up 5 spots to #118.

Previous month: Canada September 2015: Ford F-Series breaks monthly record

One year ago: Canada October 2014: Chrysler and Jeep shine… again

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