Large SUV Sales In Canada - November 2013 YTD

Canada large SUV sales chart November 2013
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Canada's full-size SUV category experienced no growth in November 2013, nor did the category experience any decline. 

836 copies of these seven sport-utility vehicles were sold in November 2012, exactly the same number as were sold one year later.

The means by which we arrived at that total, however, was very different. In November 2012, General Motors owned 58.9% of the segment. Fast forward to last month, and GM's market share slid  to 52.3% as Ford's market share grew from 25.1% to 33.7% thanks to the Expedition's best Canadian sales month since June of last year

Jointly, Nissan and Toyota market share in the full-size sport-ute segment fell from 16% to 14%. The two owned 10.3% of the U.S. full-size SUV segment in November 2013. Americans registered 29 times more new large SUVs in November. The overall U.S. new vehicle market was nine times bigger than the Canadian market.

You can click any model name in the tables below to find historical monthly and yearly Canadian auto sales data. You can also select a make and model at GCBC's Sales Stats page. This table is now sortable, so you can rank large sport-utility vehicles any which way you like. Suggestions on how GCBC should break down segments can be passed on through the Contact page.

Click Column Headers To Sort • November 2014 • December 2013 • October 2013November 2012
November 2012
% Change
2013 YTD
2012 YTD

140- 37.9%1106 951 16.3%
7796.1%1492 1023 45.8%
21034.3%1552 1686 - 7.9%
1093.7%1220 1023 19.3%
166- 48.2%1065 1045 1.9%
3339.4%502 504 - 0.4%
101- 29.7%681 692 - 1.6%

8360.0%7618 6924 10.0%
Source: Automakers

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  1. I think the big difference with the 2014 Impala is they are actually selling a lot more retail units vs. fleet units in the past.

  2. The Maxima along with the new Avalon are awesome.


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