With an overall drop of 10.3%, Canadian auto sales didn’t fare well in November. Nonetheless, comparing this figure with massive drops south of the border reveal a could-be-worse scenario to manufacturers and dealerships across the country. As has already been reported here at GoodCarBadCar.net, some automakers did very well in Canada last month. Others…. not so much. Click here for the American story.

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General Motors: -23.4% 21,161
Ford: +1.3% to 16,109
Chrysler: -16% to 15,481
Toyota: +0.5% to 11,640
Honda: -27.5% to 8,310
Hyundai: +1% to 5,563
Mazda: +6.6% to 5,024 
Nissan: +2.1% to 4,479
Volkswagen: -2.2% to 2,840
Kia: -2.2% to 2,703
BMW: -6.3% to 1,833
Mercedes-Benz: +14.3% to 1,689
Subaru: +18.5% to 1,473
Mitsubishi: +25.8% to 1,287
Lexus: +19.1% to 1,152
Suzuki: +16.6% to 934
Acura: -58.7% to 914
Audi: +21.6% to 737 
Volvo: +4.2% to 473
Infiniti: -4.7% to 450
Mini: +35.1% to 358
smart: +1,670% to 177
Land Rover: -16% to 142
Porsche: +0.9% to 115
Saab: -16.3% to 87
Jaguar: +14.3% to 40