This is your hub for all of the Buick sales data for the Canadian market.
Part of the General Motors stable, Buick is the oldest active American automobile brand and was the company that established General Motors in 1908.
Buick is largely marketed as an affordable luxury brand in Canada, similar to its positioning in the United States. Buick has seen a pretty stark transformation in the last ten years, with the brand creating some compelling cars in the segments in competes in. The recent cars have been stellar, high quality, high luxury cars that even seasoned car guys like us have been impressed with.
Canadian Buick cars are made in the US (with the exception of the Encore which is imported to both Canada and the U.S). The current product range is robust and growing and Canada gets the same range of Buick cars as the U.S.
Our Take On Buick Canadian Sales Figures
Sales in Canada have indeed declined since 2004. In 2004, 2005 and 2006 the brand shipped 20,803, 24,151 and 21,280 cars respectively. In 2007 sales declined a lot, dropping to 15,899 units with a slight uptick in 2008 to 17,078 cars only to see a 20 year low of 8,438 cars shipping in 2009. It is easy to blame the financial crisis but the reality is that the product range sucked. Since then things have picked up, with Buick’s cars improving and their sales results following suit, with the company shipping almost 20,000 units a year in Canada.
Buick Monthly Sales Data
Below we have a table that shows Buick sales for the Canadian automotive market since 2004, but this time it is broken out by month. This is on a unit basis. This is Buick new vehicle sales in Canada.
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Buick Sales & Growth
Below is the unit volume sales and unit growth rate for the Buick brand in Canada.
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Buick Annual Sales Data
Below we have a table that shows Buick sales volumes for the Canadian automotive market. This data captures all Buick car sales. We found a great data source in Buick directly who publishes sales data for the Canada market periodically. We were able to aggregate the data into the below format.