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2013 Canada Auto Sales Figures – By Brand (Brand Rankings)

2013 Canadian Automotive Sales by Brand – The Best-Selling Automotive Brands By Sales Volume

While much of this data was already manifest in the December 2013 version of this post, Canada’s year-to-date brand rankings as seen here include prior year figures for both total brand volume and brand market share. 2013 was a record year for Canadian auto sales. With 1.74 million new vehicle registrations, sales were up 4% compared with 2012, which wasn’t an unhealthy year by any means.

Naturally, certain brands fared better than others. Ford sells the most vehicles in Canada, both as a Blue Oval brand and as Ford Motor Company. But growth was slow at Ford despite record-setting sales of the F-Series, Canada’s best-selling vehicle line. Besides low-volume brands like Jaguar, Cadillac (up a meaningful 2964 sales), Maserati, Porsche, Land Rover, and Infiniti, the fastest-growing brands in Canada were Subaru, Ram, and Nissan. Besides the defunct Suzuki brand, Canada’s worst negative growth was reported by Volvo, down 16%, Scion, down 14%, and Fiat, down 9%. Kia is the lone big brand to have reported fewer 2013 sales in Canada than they did a year earlier: 5351 fewer.

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