Porsche Canada 2010 Sales Figures


It seems like ages since GoodCarBadCar.net did a traditional Numbers post on any subject. “Recent” editions examined One Year With A Smart Fortwo and GM’s Chevrolet Infusion In Korea. For this, a brief return to GCBC Numbers styles posting, a look at Porsche Canada’s 2010 sales figures sounds like fun. 2010 was a record year for Porsche Cars Canada. 2036 Porsche vehicles found owners in the year ending on New Year’s Eve, up 21% from 2009 levels. Porsche Cars Canada’s previous record year was 2007 when 1987 vehicles were sold. The figures below all relate to 2010 calendar year sales in Canada unless otherwise noted.

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239.5 – percentage year-over-year increase in Porsche Panamera sales, although Porsche didn’t have a full year of selling the Panamera in 2009 so growing the previous year’s 114 sales wasn’t a challenge.

16.9 – percentage year-over-year increase in Porsche Cayenne sales, thanks in no small part to the introduction of a better-looking second-generation Cayenne partway through 2010.

6.1 – percentage year-over-year increase in Porsche 911 sales, with growth coming from high-end models like the 911 GT3 RS.

22.7 – percentage year-over-year decrease in Porsche Cayman sales as two special editions disappeared and sales of the base Cayman and Cayman S fell 13.8% and 20.7% respectively.

20.2 – percentage year-over-year decrease in Porsche Boxster sales despite an additional 35 sales coming from the gorgeous Boxster Spyder.

21.1 – portion of overall Porsche Boxster sales, measured in percent, made up by the Porsche Boxster Spyder.

58 – portion of overall Porsche Cayman sales, measured in percent, made up by the Porsche Cayman S.

2.3 – portion of overall Porsche Cayenne sales, measured in percent, made up by the Porsche Cayenne S Hybrid.

21.4 – portion of overall Porsche Panamera sales, measured in percent, made up by the Porsche Panamera Turbo.

4.4 – portion of overall Porsche 911 sales, measured in percent, made up by the basic Porsche 911 Carrera.

74.2 – percentage of overall Porsche Cars Canada sales not attributed to its most famous model, the 911.

84.6 – percentage of overall Porsche Cars Canada sales not attributed to its most famous model in December 2010.

173 – total Porsche 911 Cabriolet models sold in 2010, with the biggest convertible seller being the 911 Carrera 4S Cabriolet. 23 Targas were also sold in 2010.

118 – total Porsche Cayenne Turbo sales in 2010, 10 of which were of the Turbo S variety.

7 – total sales of the most basic Porsche Panamera, a car with an $86,600 pricetag.

279,500 – Canadian dollar MSRP of the 2011 Porsche 911 GT2 RS, one of which was sold in Canada in 2010. Not a single non-RS 911 GT2 was sold in 2010.

308 – total 911s sold in Canada in 2010 which were fitted with all-wheel drive.

54,900 – Canadian dollar MSRP of the least-expensive Porsche available, the basic 2011 Porsche Boxster, a vehicle which made up 3.5% of all Porsche Cars Canada sales in 2010.

0.39 – percentage of overall Porsche Cars Canada sales garnered by the Porsche Cayenne Transsbyeria in 2010.

330 – total sales of Porsche’s best-selling specific model in 2010, the Porsche Cayenne S.

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