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1660 + 791 = 2451. If, as so many critics say, General Motors didn’t split up their vehicles and market them under different brands but sold just as many cars and trucks, the GMC Terrain’s 791 sales would lift the Chevrolet Equinox from the fifth most-popular utility vehicle in Canada to the second most-popular. A fair jump. And a fair criticism, although perhaps unfounded. Then again, has General Motors ever considered discussing this issue with the 791 Canadian buyers of GMC Terrains to find out?

Naturally, as expected, as usual, the Ford Escape was the dominant player in Canada’s SUV/crossover/utility vehicle category in the month of June. SUVs ranked 2nd, 3rd, and 4th combined only beat the Escape by 18 units. These are high profile vehicles, too – Hyundai’s Santa Fe, the Toyota RAV4, and Honda CR-V – but the Escape consumes the collective Canadian vehicle buyer’s mind like little else.

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#10 – Nissan Rogue: 1129
Last month: 1157
June 2009: 964

#9 – Jeep Wrangler: 1238
Last month: 1566
June 2009: 644

#8 – Ford Edge: 1448
Last month: 1889
June 2009: 1662

Tied at #6 – Hyundai Tucson: 1539
Last month: 1283
June 2009: 606

Tied at #6 – Dodge Journey: 1539
Last month: 1903
June 2009: 1145

#5 – Chevrolet Equinox: 1660
Last month: 1788
June 2009: 784

#4 – Hyundai Santa Fe: 2008
Last month: 2514
June 2009: 2254

#3 – Toyota RAV4: 2017
Last month: 2417
June 2009: 2615

#2 – Honda CR-V: 2033
Last month: 2125
June 2009: 2238

#1 – Ford Escape: 6040
Last month: 4647
June 2009: 4917

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