The RAV4’s record was notable, nevertheless, as the Toyota now leads Honda’s previously second-ranked CR-V on year-to-date terms.
The RAV4 has been an essential part of the Toyota brand’s Canadian growth of late. In September, Toyota sales grew 7.7%. Non-RAV4 Toyotas, however, were actually down 3.1%.
At the Ford brand, meanwhile, Canadian sales increased 4.7% in September 2014. But non-Escape models were up by just 0.5%.
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