Not to be completely ignorant of the United States on their special day (Happy Independence Day, folks), but more statistics are available regarding Canada’s vehicle sales from last month (some altered) since The Good Car Guy first posted results yesterday. It’s difficult to separate the automakers like we did for the American sales stats (see here), so things look a little different below. Auto sales in Canada did drop – the economy is longer roaring – but the difficulties at dealers are not as severe as what you’ll see south of the border. Just check the +/- signs to get a better outlook on how many manufacturers are not struggling. Follow this link to see all Numbers posts.
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PERCEIVED FUEL-EFFICIENT AND VALUE BRANDS: 8/11
Mini +50.4%
Suzuki +2%
Honda -0.7%
Hyundai +6.2%
Kia +10.9% 
smart -12%
Mazda -6.1%
Volkswagen +3.2%
Mitsubishi +20.8%
Nissan +9.6%
Subaru +34.9%
THE DOMINATORS: 2/4
Toyota +7.9%
General Motors -23.8%
Ford Motor Company -13.7%
Chrysler LLC +0.1%
PREMIUM AND GUZZLERS: 5/11
Acura -15.3%
Audi -13.6%

BMW +6.3%
Mercedes-Benz +46.6%
Porsche -13%
Saab -39.3%
Infiniti +2.9%
Jaguar +55.4%
Lexus +22.4%
Volvo -13.4%
Land Rover -30%