Canada 1993: Last year of reign for the Chevrolet Cavalier
The Chevrolet Cavalier remains the best-selling vehicle in Canada in 1993.
New light vehicle sales in Canada continue to slide at -2.6% year-on-year in 1993 to 1.181.721 units. Ford (+2%) swims upstream and cements its brands lead with 16.7% share, now 2 percentage points above Chevrolet (-8.3%) just as Dodge (+11.6%) cracks the 10% barrier at 10.8% in third place. Pontiac (+1%) is back above Toyota (-20.5%) with Honda (-17.8%) and Mazda (-11.8%) struggling just below. In contrast, Plymouth (+1.4%), GMC (+4.3%) and Mercury (+18.6%) back inside the Top 10 all gain share on 1992.
Model-wise, the Chevrolet Cavalier (+4.7%) bounces back to extend its lead over the Ford F-Series (-0.9%) to almost 5.000 units. The Dodge Caravan (+11.4%) climbs onto the podium while the Pontiac Sunbird (+27.6%) is back up 3 spots on last year to #4, knocking the Honda Civic (-1.8%) down to #5. The Plymouth Voyager (+9.5%) is up to #7 while the Ford Taurus (+15.7%) and GMC Sierra (+2.3%) both break into the Top 10.
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Full Year 1993 Top 38 All-brands and Top 220 All-models vs. Full 1992 figures below.