*updated 12/17 @10:26AM EST*
Overall, Canadians bought fewer cars and trucks this November than they did in November of 2008. To be more specific, passenger car sales were off less than a percentage point while light truck sales dropped nearly 5%. Still, many automakers competing in Canada posted huge sales gains in November, helped no doubt by the fact that last November was the worst November in a long time. Managing to sell more cars this November than last is a good thing, but these Numbers are still quite a ways beneath what some automakers managed in years gone by.

Arranged by total volume, these are the Sales Stats from Canada for the eleventh month of 2009. Have a look at the October edition here. Sometime around the middle of the month the sales of Ford Motor Company; General Motors; and Chrysler will be split up into their individual brands. Added to the mix will be some of the exoticar companies, as well. For now, it appears as though “Ford” beat Toyota by about a thousand vehicles – it’ll be a tighter squeeze once genuinely Ford-badged vehicles are tasked with taking the fight to Toyota.
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Ford: -2.7% to 15,259
Toyota: +27.4% to 14,829
Chevrolet: -15.6% 8,566
Dodge: -18.4% to 8,224
Honda: -4.3% to 7,955
Hyundai: +26.2% to 7,022
Mazda: +1.9% to 5,117
Nissan: +6% to 4,749
GMC: -8% to 3,640
Kia: +28.2% to 3,464
Volkswagen: +12.3% to 3,190
Subaru: +50.4% to 2,215
Jeep: -48% to 2,145
BMW: +13.6% to 2,083
Mercedes-Benz: +26.4% to 2,071
Pontiac: -70.5% to 1,392
Lexus: +11.5% to 1,284
Mitsubishi: -8.8% to 1,174
Chrysler: -19.6% to 1,091
Audi: +47.4% to 1,086
Acura: +3% to 941
Suzuki: -23.7% to 713
Lincoln: +50% to 626
Buick: -41% to 608
Infiniti: +25.1% to 563
Cadillac: +24% to 499
Volvo: +2.3% to 484
Mini: -3.4% to 346
Saturn: -74.5% to 236
Land Rover: +38% to 196
smart: -4.5% to 169
Porsche: +8.7% to 125
Jaguar: +25% to 50
Saab: -71.3% to 25
Hummer: -75% to 17
Mercury: +66.6% to 10
Maserati: -10% to 9
Ferrari: -12.5% to 7
Lamborghini: -16.6% to 5
Bentley: -69% to 4
Maybach: +infinitely to 1