Canadian car and truck sales
In a war against family crossovers, some minivans are still winning their in-showroom Canadian sales battles
Traditional passenger cars now make up less than a third of the Canadian auto market, but which auto brands create the largest portion of their sales with cars?
Cars are disappearing, right? Not all of ’em. These 22 cars are on the up and up.
We take a look at the Canadian sales performance of Ford, GM, and FCA passenger cars in the first one-third of 2018
SUVs dominate list of Canada’s most popular luxury vehicles in the first quarter of 2018
In a Canadian automotive market that keeps refusing to slow down, these are the most popular automobile brands in early 2018
In a record-breaking first-quarter in 2018, these are the 30 lowest-volume vehicles on sale today
With Canadian auto sales still surging at an all-time record pace, these are the 30 most popular vehicles overall
Canada’s passenger car market is tanking, but there are still plenty of popular cars – these are the top 25 in early 2018
Consumer Reports listed 18 MY2017 vehicles that must be avoided, but Canadians certainly didn’t avoid all of these vehicles in 2017
In a booming Canadian auto industry, these 18 brands are growing most quickly
Are Canadians actually buying the best cars? We compare Consumer Reports best vehicles and brands with Canadian car buying habits
Between November 2017 and January 2018, these were Canada’s 25 best-selling SUVs this winter
As Canadians buy and lease more new vehicles than ever before, the popularity of midsize cars is shrinking ever more rapidly
The Ford F-Series leads in Canada – but what vehicles are best sellers around the world in 2017?
Though long discontinued, Canadian sales of these 23 vehicles continued in 2017, and even in 2018
The 30 lowest-volume vehicles in Canada in 2017, a tremendous year for other vehicles
The six top auto brands accounted for 55 percent of all auto sales
For the first time, Canadians bought more than 2 million vehicles in 2017. Nearly six in ten sales were produced by only 30 specific models. Here they are.
23% of the new vehicles sold in Canada in 2017 are body-on-frame trucks and SUVs – we rank them all by sales through the end of November
Canadians still love fun cars, and these are the 25 most popular sports cars in 2017’s first 11 months
If SUVs are everything, let’s rank auto brands in Canada by 2017 SUV sales
Some automakers field a vast lineup of vehicles but end up producing the bulk of their sales with one vehicle
In a pro-SUV/anti-car Canadian automotive sphere, here are the cars and SUVs that most reject market-wide tendencies
Five-sixths of the way through 2017, these are Canada’s 25 most popular European vehicles
Through the end of September, these are 2017’s least popular new vehicles in Canada