Comparing the Canadian and American auto markets is part of what The Good Car Guy does… for a living. Do you not find it interesting, for instance, that Mitsubishi only manages to sell four times as many cars in the U.S. as in Canada while Mercedes-Benz sells more than eight times as many cars in the States? I do. Perhaps that’s why you’re reading this at work and I’m writing this for work.

Alphabetically arranged below, every major automaker which competes in both Canada and the United States are shown with their sales rank from the USA and Canada, based on statistics from July only. Pay special attention to the fact that the USA ranks only go to 24 because they lack Jaguar and Land Rover. Check out the full Canadian rundown of Sales Stats here or click here and here for the U.S. story.
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Acura USA: 14 – Acura Canada: 14
Audi USA: 16 – Audi Canada: 17
BMW USA: 12 – BMW Canada: 11
Chrysler USA: 5 – Chrysler Canada: 4
Ford USA: 2 – Ford Canada: 1
GM USA: 1 – GM Canada: 2
Honda USA: 4 – Honda Canada: 5
Hyundai USA: 7 – Hyundai Canada: 6
Infiniti USA: 15 – Infiniti Canada: 18
Jaguar USA: N/A – Jaguar Canada: 24
Kia USA: 8 – Kia Canada: 9
Land Rover USA: N/A – Land Rover Canada: 23
Lexus USA: 11 – Lexus Canada: 15
Mazda USA: 9 – Mazda Canada: 8
Mercedes USA: 13 – Mercedes Canada: 12
Mini USA: 18 – Mini Canada: 20
Mitsubishi USA: 19 – Mitsubishi Canada: 13
Nissan USA: 6 – Nissan Canada: 7
Porsche USA: 21 – Porsche Canada: 22
Saab USA: 24 – Saab Canada: 26
smart USA: 23 – smart Canada: 21
Suzuki USA: 21 – Suzuki Canada: 16
Toyota USA: 3 – Toyota Canada: 3
Volkswagen USA: 10 – Volkswagen Canada: 10
Volvo USA: 17 – Volvo Canada: 19