Of the 1245 sales represented in this large car sales post, 50% were Chrysler Canada products. Sales of both the Chrysler 300 and Dodge Charger tumbled, nevertheless. But every rival sold much less frequently in January 2013.
Nissan Maxima volume rose 17%. Ford Taurus sales shot up 71% in January. And Toyota nearly tripled Canadian sales of the Avalon. Combined, those three cars outsold the leading Dodge Charger by ten units.
Midsize cars, some of which are technically classified as large cars by the U.S. EPA, sell in far greater numbers than large cars in this country. Of course, small cars, some of which are classified as midsize cars by the EPA, sell in far, far greater numbers than midsize cars in Canada. The eight cars featured in this article accounted for just 1.3% of the overall new vehicle market in January.
Historical monthly and yearly sales figures for any of these vehicles can be accessed by clicking the model names in the completely sortable table below or by making a selection at GCBC’s Sales Stats page. Click the accompanying chart for a larger view.
Source: Manufacturers & ANDC Red font indicates declining year-over-year sales * indicates a car that is also displayed in another GCBC segment breakdown Genesis sales refer only to the Genesis sedan, not the Genesis Coupe