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2012 Canada Pickup Truck Sales Figures By Model (With Rankings)

Sales Figures & Rankings for Pickup Trucks Sold in Canada

2012 Best Selling Pickup Trucks In Canada (All Models Ranked)

17.3% of the new vehicles sold in Canada in 2012 were pickup trucks. Of those 290,481 trucks, 36.6% were Ford F-Series pickups, 29.4% were GM trucks of one kind or another, 23.8% were Ram Pickups, and 8.9% were Japanese brand trucks. Of the 25,843 Japanese brand trucks which were sold in Canada in the twelve months of 2012, only 41.6% were full-size Tundras and Titans.

Canada’s pickup truck market declined by 2% in 2012, but one must remember that the loss of nearly 6000 units came about even as two vehicles entered extinction, contributing 13,967 fewer sales, and two small GM twins went on hiatus and were thus responsible for 2269 fewer sales. Set just the Ranger and Dakota aside and you’ll find that the market for Canada’s remaining 13 trucks grew 3% in 2012.

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