So if passenger car sales in Canada are down over 20%, then truck sales must be suffering badly, too. Or not. Manufacturers competing in the Canadian Marketplace without trucks, vans, and SUVs (are there any?) aren’t able to enjoy the fact that one segment of their showrooms haven’t suffered plummeting sales. Indeed, the Sales Stats for the “Light Truck” category is down just 6.3% through the first three quarters of the year when compared with the same period of 2008.

While The Good Car Guy utilized a Top 13 methodology when showcasing the Top 5 best-selling cars in Canada just so a General Motors car could make it into the post, there’s no need for such pity here. Here are the Top 5 Best-Selling Trucks In Canada through September 30th.
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#5- FORD RANGER: 17,194
#4- DODGE RAM: 24,307
#3- CHEVROLET SILVERADO: 27,786
#2- GMC SIERRA: 28,448
#1- FORD F-SERIES: 60,594