FCA Canada, the parent company of the Dodge brand, also suffered a sharp 79% decline in Fiat 500L sales last month. The Jeep Compass, with its 66% year-over-year drop, lost 271 sales compared with July 2014.
Compact cars and slowly expiring crossovers aren’t the only products on the list of Canada’s 20 worst-selling vehicles in July 2015, of course. The Nissan Altima, America’s second-best-selling car, tumbled 63% to only 504 Canadian sales in July 2015, making it the 12th-worst-selling vehicle by year-over-year decline. Year-to-date, Altima volume is down 21%.
The Cadillac ELR, extraordinarily rare one year ago, was even rarer in July 2015. The Hyundai Equus, a stretch for virtually every luxury car buyer, likewise tumbled 60% in July 2015. Established nameplates like the Chevrolet Impala, Mercedes-Benz SL, and GMC Yukon all lost more than half their July sales last month.
You can always select a make and model at GCBC’s Sales Stats page to find historical monthly and yearly sales figures from both Canada and the United States. Pertinent links are clickable at the bottom of this post, but you can also find related links at the Best Sellers page.
Source: Automakers & Global Automakers Of Canada Vehicles which sold at least once in July 2014 but not at all in July 2015: Dodge Avenger, Acura TL, Jaguar XK, Land Rover LR2, Nissan Cube, Subaru Tribeca, Scion xD, Toyota Matrix, Toyota FJ Cruiser, Volvo S80.
Aston Martin, Bentley, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Lotus, Rolls-Royce do not release monthly sales data. Maserati does not report model-specific sales data.