Not only did General Motors suffer from the January doldrums south of the border during a month in which the overall market manifested rude health, GM performed similarly in Canada in January 2012. No organization sold more vehicles in Canada last month than Chrysler. 17.3% of all January new vehicle acquisitions in Canada took place in Chrysler showrooms. 7.7% of those Chrysler sales were actual Chryslers, the majority were Dodges and Ram pickups.
It’s also worth pointing out that Honda’s recent Canadian success is nearly completely Civic and CR-V-based. Even Honda is willing to point that out, saying, “Combined together, the Canadian-built CR-V and Civic represent about 70 per cent of Honda sales in Canada.” Chrysler Canada, meanwhile, owes 77% of its volume to the success of the Dodge Grand Caravan, Dodge Journey, Ram pickup, and the Jeep division.
Check the links below the market share chart, expandable with a click, to view other editions of this Canadian market share analysis. Brand-by-brand volumes are listed in this table, and the dropdown menu at the top right of this page gives you access to the monthly and yearly sales figures for every model on sale in North America.
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