Canadian car and truck sales
The 25 most rapidly growing utility vehicles in Canada in 2016’s first eight months
Off to a flying start? Or not? How successful are the auto industry’s newest models?
The Buick Verano is suddenly a hot seller, now that it’s dying—but exactly how is the automaker moving a record number of them?
Record Ford F-Series sales continue to power Canada’s pickup truck market through adversity
Canadian SUV and crossover sales are booming—which brands sell more SUVs than cars?
Camaro v Mustang. F-150 v Ram. It’s not Ali-Frazier, but there are automotive rivalries which tell the story of an industry—these ones
Luxury car sales are plunging in Canada, but which examples remain the most popular?
Resurgent midsize pickups are returning to form, slowly but surely, but are a long ways from the heights of Canadian success they once were
In a record market for light trucks, Canadian car sales are down 8 percent this year; these are the 25 passenger cars most rapidly losing sales
Canadian auto sales declined in July, but Ford Canada volume exploded
These are the cars at every automaker that cause whole brands to rise or fall
2016’s first-half auto sales are up 6% because many of the top 30 brands are flying high
Unpopular, uncommon, undesirable: the 30 worst-selling autos in Canada in 2016
These 30 top-selling new vehicles account for more than half of all Canadian auto sales
Canadian sales at Fiat are in rapid decline, and new models can’t stop them from crumbling
Jaguar Land Rover Canada’s second-best month ever included record Jaguar sales
Canadian midsize car sales are plunging as the auto market expands
Boosted by F-Series, Ford Motor Company is currently Canada’s fastest-growing automaker
In a booming Canadian market, these are the 25 new vehicles that are most rapidly imploding in 2016
Audi Canada’s momentum is carrying Volkswagen’s premium brand toward the top of the luxury leaderboard in 2016
The 25 most popular SUV and crossover brands in Canada in 2016
Passenger cars once made up more than half of Canadian new vehicle sales, but fell 13 percent in May thanks to crossovers and pickups