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Canada July 2012: Ford Escape up to #4 UPDATED

Ford Escape

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For the second time in the last two months and only the third time in the last 12 months the Ford F-Series manages to sell upwards of 10,000 units in a single month in Canada at 10,281 sales, up an extremely solid 20% year-on-year. Both the Dodge RAM (+2%) and Dodge Grand Caravan (+20%) stay very solid in July but the hero of the month is without a doubt the Ford Escape boosted by the new model now in dealership and up 5 spots on June to #4, its highest ranking in the country in at least 2 years. The Honda Civic and Hyundai Elantra are both kicked down one rank to #5 and #6 respectively.

Dodge Journey

Other great performers this month in Canada include the Dodge Journey up 6 spots to get back in the Top 10 for the first time since last January at #10 with 3,148 sales, the Ford Edge up to a fantastic 13th place vs. #20 year-to-date, the Jeep Wrangler up 4 ranks to #16, the Hyundai Tucson up 7 to #22, the Kia Sorento up 16 to #24 and the Jeep Grand Cherokee splitting its ranking in two compared to last month to #29. The Jeep Compass is up 39 spots to #52, the Mazda6 maintains itself way above its year-to-date at #57 vs. #95 while the BMW X1 is up 11 to #60.

Acura ILX

Further down, the Scion FR-S stays within the Canadian Top 100 for its second month of sales in the country at #98 with 323 units while the Acura ILX is up to #109 at 285 sales. We welcome no less than 3 all-new models in Canada this month, albeit all beyond the Top 150. The Dodge Dart sells its first 50 units in the country, the Chevrolet Spark is at 12 and the Cadillac XTS is at 10.

Previous month: Canada June 2012: Dodge Grand Caravan at highest since 2007

6 months 2012: Canada 6 months 2012: Honda Civic and CR-V shine

One year ago: Canada July 2011: Dodge RAM and Hyundai Elantra shine

Full July 2012 Top 150 Ranking Table below.

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