Here's a more detailed rundown of some of the May 2016 YTD-oriented content you can read elsewhere.
• Thanks To Crossovers, Canadian Just Don't Buy As Many Cars
• Canada's 25 Top-Selling SUV Brands In 2016
• Audi's On Its Way To Becoming Canada's Favourite Luxury Brand
• The 25 New Vehicles With The Most Rapidly Declining Sales In Canada
• Ford Motor Company Is Canada's Fastest-Growing Automaker In 2016
• Jeep Is FCA's Jet Fuel
• FCA Discovers It's Very Difficult To Give Away The Chrysler 200
• The 2016 Mazda 6 Is Still Too Loud, Unrefined, And Slow, But I Just Took The Long Way Home
• Jaguar's Two New Models Instantly Become Jaguar's Best Sellers
• TTAC Reverse Bump: Record Audi Q3 Sales In May After Our April Critique
• In May 2016, BMW USA Continues To Pay Price For Success In 2015
• Now That There's A New Honda Civic, Why Are Sales Of The Old Acura ILX Rising?
• Isn't It Ironic? Buick Verano Cancellation Timing Is Off In Canada
• 95% Of Pickup Truck Buyers Agree With Dan Neil's Toyota Tundra Review
• 1% Of Ford Mustangs Sold In America Are Lebanon Ford Roush-Supercharged Mustangs
• I'm Driving A 2016 Chevrolet Malibu 1.5T And Feel Guilty For Liking It This Much
• It's Going To Take Forever For Dealers To Sell Remaining Honda CR-Zs
• Is Chevrolet Attacking Ford's Aluminum Because Silverado Sales Are Flat And The F-Series Is Surging?
• Nobody Wants Real Trucks, So Dealers Don't Have Real Trucks, So You Can't Have Real Trucks, Because You Don't Want Real Trucks
• Not Messing With Success, The New Audi A5 Looks Exactly Like The Old Audi A5
After the 2016 Mazda 6 left GCBC Towers, a 2016 Chevrolet Malibu LT 1.5T arrived. That car, the review for which will be published on or around June 23, has since departed, as well. Now we're driving the all-new 2016 Mazda CX-9 in Signature trim, at roughly CAD $53,000.
Timothy Cain is the founder of GoodCarBadCar.net, which obsesses over the free and frequent publication of U.S. and Canadian auto sales figures. Follow on Twitter @goodcarbadcar or @timcaingcbc and on Facebook.