Canada - Flash report, Sales volume, 2017

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Flash report, Sales volume, 2017

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Flash report, November 2017

5 Dec. 2017

*There are cases where recently released data and detailed information in the database do not match up for reasons including different information sources, and discrepancies between preliminary reports and confirmed data.

Canadian vehicle sales slide 1.2% in November  [ Canada ]
Canadian vehicle sales in November fell 1.2% from the same month in 2016, to 158,653 units.
SUV and pickup sales, at 114,592 units, were up 2.7% in November and passenger car sales, at 44,061 units, were down 10.0% compared to 2016.
Canadian vehicle sales of 1,914,551 units for the first eleven months of 2017 were up 5.0% from the same period in 2016, with passenger car sales down 2.8% and SUV and pickup sales up 9.1%.
Combined sales in November for the Detroit Big 3 were down 9.8% to 66,441 units, while sales of all foreign nameplates combined were up 6.1% to 92,212 units.
Of the Big Three manufacturers, GM, Ford, and FCA were down 17.2%, 2.8%, and 7.8%, respectively, from last November.
Among Japanese automakers, Toyota, Nissan, Honda, and Subaru sales in November were up 3.0%, 8.0%, 1.2%, and 8.0%, respectively.
Hyundai sales were down 8.3%, while Kia sales were up 15.5% from last November.
Among German companies, Mercedes-Benz sales were up 14.1% and BMW brand sales were up 2.7% from last November.
VW brand sales were up 31.8% in November compared to the previous year, while Audi sales were up 19.3%.


Canada - Sales of new vehicles by type

Nov. 2017 Nov. 2016 Y-o-Y Jan.-Nov.
2017
Jan.-Nov.
2016
Y-o-Y
Passenger cars 44,061 48,945 -10.0% 607,136 624,741 -2.8%
Light Trucks 114,592 111,628 2.7% 1,307,415 1,198,554 9.1%
Total 158,653 160,573 -1.2% 1,914,551 1,823,295 5.0%
Source: desrosiers AUTOMOTIVE reports Market Snapshot - Nov. 2017


Sales of passenger cars and light commercial vehicles
Maker/Brand 2017 2016 Y-o-Y 2017 2016 Y-o-Y
Nov. Share Nov. Share Jan.-Nov. Share Jan.-Nov. Share
Ford 23,775 15.0% 24,450 15.2% -2.8% 290,948 15.2% 284,696 15.6% 2.2%
General Motors 23,612 14.9% 28,523 17.8% -17.2% 283,025 14.8% 249,212 13.7% 13.6%
FCA 19,054 12.0% 20,674 12.9% -7.8% 249,398 13.0% 258,575 14.2% -3.5%
Toyota 15,052 9.5% 14,617 9.1% 3.0% 188,722 9.9% 183,340 10.1% 2.9%
Honda 13,341 8.4% 13,183 8.2% 1.2% 168,851 8.8% 155,399 8.5% 8.7%
Nissan 10,309 6.5% 9,541 5.9% 8.0% 125,590 6.6% 114,481 6.3% 9.7%
Hyundai 9,152 5.8% 9,976 6.2% -8.3% 122,542 6.4% 132,273 7.3% -7.4%
Kia 6,407 4.0% 5,546 3.5% 15.5% 72,024 3.8% 67,468 3.7% 6.8%
Volkswagen 6,003 3.8% 4,553 2.8% 31.8% 65,469 3.4% 57,308 3.1% 14.2%
Mazda 5,991 3.8% 5,730 3.6% 4.6% 69,371 3.6% 64,488 3.5% 7.6%
Subaru 4,767 3.0% 4,412 2.7% 8.0% 50,694 2.6% 46,486 2.5% 9.1%
Mercedes-Benz 4,513 2.8% 3,954 2.5% 14.1% 48,281 2.5% 43,020 2.4% 12.2%
BMW 3,494 2.2% 3,403 2.1% 2.7% 35,516 1.9% 35,067 1.9% 1.3%
Audi 2,928 1.8% 2,455 1.5% 19.3% 33,943 1.8% 28,607 1.6% 18.7%
Acura 2,017 1.3% 1,832 1.1% 10.1% 18,694 1.0% 18,711 1.0% -0.1%
Mitsubishi 1,934 1.2% 1,685 1.0% 14.8% 21,421 1.1% 20,630 1.1% 3.8%
Lexus 1,911 1.2% 1,875 1.2% 1.9% 23,210 1.2% 20,764 1.1% 11.8%
Infiniti 1,082 0.7% 1,130 0.7% -4.2% 11,702 0.6% 11,085 0.6% 5.6%
Land Rover 734 0.5% 770 0.5% -4.7% 8,380 0.4% 8,304 0.5% 0.9%
Volvo 733 0.5% 455 0.3% 61.1% 6,434 0.3% 5,670 0.3% 13.5%
Porsche 705 0.4% 541 0.3% 30.3% 7,540 0.4% 6,511 0.4% 15.8%
MINI 633 0.4% 550 0.3% 15.1% 6,531 0.3% 6,259 0.3% 4.3%
Jaguar 338 0.2% 343 0.2% -1.5% 4,300 0.2% 2,702 0.1% 59.1%
Maserati 95 0.1% 83 0.1% 14.5% 1,143 0.1% 547 0.0% 109.0%
Genesis 52 0.0% 45 0.0% 15.6% 478 0.0% 45 0.0% 962.2%
smart 21 0.0% 247 0.2% -91.5% 344 0.0% 1,647 0.1% -79.1%
Total 158,653 100.0% 160,573 100.0% -1.2% 1,914,551 100.0% 1,823,295 100.0% 5.0%
Source: DesRosiers Automotive Consultant (DAC), Global Automakers of Canada (GAC), Canadian Vehicle Manufacturers' Association (CVMA)





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Flash report, October 2017

2 Nov. 2017

*There are cases where recently released data and detailed information in the database do not match up for reasons including different information sources, and discrepancies between preliminary reports and confirmed data.

Canadian vehicle sales rise 6.3% in October
Canadian vehicle sales in October were up 6.3% from the same month in 2016, to 164,214 units.
SUV and pickup sales, at 115,417 units, were up 13.6% in October and passenger car sales, at 48,797 units, were down 7.9% compared to 2016.
Canadian vehicle sales of 1,755,898 units for the first ten months of 2017 were up 5.6% from the same period in 2016, with passenger car sales down 2.2% and SUV and pickup sales up 9.7%.
Combined sales in October for the Detroit Big 3 were up 4.6% to 65,126 units, while sales of all foreign nameplates combined were up 7.4% to 99,088 units.
Of the Big Three manufacturers, GM was up 26.5% and Ford was down 2.0%, while FCA was down 11.9% from last October.
Among Japanese automakers, Toyota, Nissan, Honda, and Subaru were up in October 9.0%, 13.1%, 2.4%, and 2.6%, respectively.
Hyundai sales were up 1.5%, while Kia sales were up 0.4% from last October.
Among German companies, Mercedes-Benz sales were up 11.8% and BMW brand sales were up 1.6% from last October.
VW brand sales were up 31.5% in October compared to the previous year, while Audi sales were up 11.3%.

Canada - Sales of new vehicles by type

Oct. 2017 Oct. 2016 Y-o-Y Jan.-Oct.
2017
Jan.-Oct.
2016
Y-o-Y
Passenger cars 48,797 52,955 -7.9% 563,075 575,796 -2.2%
Light Trucks 115,417 101,587 13.6% 1,192,823 1,086,926 9.7%
Total 164,214 154,542 6.3% 1,755,898 1,662,722 5.6%
Source: desrosiers AUTOMOTIVE reports Market Snapshot - Oct. 2017


Sales of passenger cars and light commercial vehicles
Maker/Brand 2017 2016 Y-o-Y 2017 2016 Y-o-Y
Oct. Share Oct. Share Jan.-Oct. Share Jan.-Oct. Share
General Motors 26,847 16.3% 21,219 13.7% 26.5% 259,413 14.8% 220,689 13.3% 17.5%
Ford 21,068 12.8% 21,500 13.9% -2.0% 267,173 15.2% 260,246 15.7% 2.7%
FCA 17,211 10.5% 19,527 12.6% -11.9% 230,344 13.1% 237,901 14.3% -3.2%
Toyota 17,059 10.4% 15,648 10.1% 9.0% 173,670 9.9% 168,723 10.1% 2.9%
Honda 15,667 9.5% 15,304 9.9% 2.4% 155,510 8.9% 142,216 8.6% 9.3%
Nissan 10,493 6.4% 9,277 6.0% 13.1% 115,281 6.6% 104,940 6.3% 9.9%
Hyundai 10,158 6.2% 10,005 6.5% 1.5% 113,390 6.5% 122,297 7.4% -7.3%
Volkswagen 6,681 4.1% 5,079 3.3% 31.5% 59,466 3.4% 52,755 3.2% 12.7%
Mazda 6,370 3.9% 5,999 3.9% 6.2% 63,380 3.6% 58,758 3.5% 7.9%
Kia 5,866 3.6% 5,841 3.8% 0.4% 65,617 3.7% 61,922 3.7% 6.0%
Subaru 4,951 3.0% 4,826 3.1% 2.6% 45,927 2.6% 42,074 2.5% 9.2%
Mercedes-Benz 4,238 2.6% 3,791 2.5% 11.8% 43,768 2.5% 39,066 2.3% 12.0%
BMW 3,490 2.1% 3,435 2.2% 1.6% 32,022 1.8% 31,664 1.9% 1.1%
Audi 3,063 1.9% 2,751 1.8% 11.3% 31,015 1.8% 26,152 1.6% 18.6%
Lexus 2,612 1.6% 2,418 1.6% 8.0% 21,299 1.2% 18,889 1.1% 12.8%
Mitsubishi 2,000 1.2% 1,814 1.2% 10.3% 19,487 1.1% 18,945 1.1% 2.9%
Acura 1,941 1.2% 1,966 1.3% -1.3% 16,677 0.9% 16,879 1.0% -1.2%
Infiniti 1,084 0.7% 1,307 0.8% -17.1% 10,620 0.6% 9,955 0.6% 6.7%
Volvo 768 0.5% 487 0.3% 57.7% 5,701 0.3% 5,215 0.3% 9.3%
Land Rover 750 0.5% 669 0.4% 12.1% 7,646 0.4% 7,534 0.5% 1.5%
Porsche 711 0.4% 580 0.4% 22.6% 6,835 0.4% 5,970 0.4% 14.5%
MINI 710 0.4% 645 0.4% 10.1% 5,898 0.3% 5,709 0.3% 3.3%
Jaguar 307 0.2% 316 0.2% -2.8% 3,962 0.2% 2,359 0.1% 68.0%
Maserati 75 0.0% 73 0.0% 2.7% 1,048 0.1% 464 0.0% 125.9%
Genesis 48 0.0% - -% -% 426 0.0% - -% -%
smart 46 0.0% 65 0.0% -29.2% 323 0.0% 1,400 0.1% -76.9%
Total 164,214 100.0% 154,542 100.0% 6.3% 1,755,898 100.0% 1,662,722 100.0% 5.6%
Source: DesRosiers Automotive Consultant (DAC), Global Automakers of Canada (GAC), Canadian Vehicle Manufacturers' Association (CVMA)




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Flash report, September 2017

4 Oct. 2017

*There are cases where recently released data and detailed information in the database do not match up for reasons including different information sources, and discrepancies between preliminary reports and confirmed data.

Canadian vehicle sales increase 7.7% in September
Canadian vehicle sales in September were up 7.7% from the same month in 2016, to 186,837 units.
SUV and pickup sales, at 129,731 units, were up 12.5% in September and passenger car sales, at 57,106 units, were down 1.8% compared to last year.
Canadian vehicle sales of 1,591,684 units for the first nine months of 2017 were up 5.5% from the same period in 2016, with passenger car sales down 1.6% and SUV and pickup sales up 9.3%.
Combined sales in September for the Detroit Big 3 were up 1.7% to 76,562 units, while sales of all foreign nameplates combined were up 12.3% to 110,275 units.
Of the Big Three manufacturers, GM was up 7.0% and Ford was up 2.4%, while FCA was down 6.1% from last September.
Among Japanese automakers, Toyota, Nissan, Honda, and Subaru were up in September 14.9%, 14.4%, 3.4%, and 11.5%, respectively.
Hyundai sales were up 2.6%, while Kia sales were up 19.4% from last September.
Among German companies, Mercedes-Benz sales were up 12.9% and BMW brand sales were up 3.4% from last September.
VW brand sales were up 50.5% in September compared to the previous year, while Audi sales were up 19.6%.


Canada - Sales of new vehicles by type

Sep. 2017 Sep. 2016 Y-o-Y Jan.-Sep.
2017
Jan.-Sep.
2016
Y-o-Y
Passenger cars 57,106 58,182 -1.8% 514,278 522,841 -1.6%
Light Trucks 129,731 115,278 12.5% 1,077,406 985,339 9.3%
Total 186,837 173,460 7.7% 1,591,684 1,508,180 5.5%
Source: desrosiers AUTOMOTIVE reports Market Snapshot - Sep. 2017


Sales of passenger cars and light commercial vehicles
Maker/Brand 2017 2016 Y-o-Y 2017 2016 Y-o-Y
Sep. Share Sep. Share Jan.-Sep. Share Jan.-Sep. Share
Ford 30,881 16.5% 30,151 17.4% 2.4% 246,105 15.5% 238,746 15.8% 3.1%
General Motors 27,237 14.6% 25,466 14.7% 7.0% 232,566 14.6% 199,470 13.2% 16.6%
Toyota 19,599 10.5% 17,056 9.8% 14.9% 156,611 9.8% 153,075 10.1% 2.3%
FCA 18,444 9.9% 19,639 11.3% -6.1% 213,133 13.4% 218,374 14.5% -2.4%
Honda 16,143 8.6% 15,609 9.0% 3.4% 139,843 8.8% 126,912 8.4% 10.2%
Nissan 12,215 6.5% 10,679 6.2% 14.4% 104,788 6.6% 95,663 6.3% 9.5%
Hyundai 11,961 6.4% 11,662 6.7% 2.6% 103,232 6.5% 112,292 7.4% -8.1%
Kia 7,819 4.2% 6,548 3.8% 19.4% 59,751 3.8% 56,081 3.7% 6.5%
Volkswagen 7,564 4.0% 5,026 2.9% 50.5% 52,785 3.3% 47,676 3.2% 10.7%
Mazda 6,876 3.7% 6,013 3.5% 14.4% 57,010 3.6% 52,759 3.5% 8.1%
Subaru 5,139 2.8% 4,611 2.7% 11.5% 40,976 2.6% 37,248 2.5% 10.0%
Mercedes-Benz 4,727 2.5% 4,188 2.4% 12.9% 39,530 2.5% 35,275 2.3% 12.1%
BMW 3,709 2.0% 3,586 2.1% 3.4% 28,532 1.8% 28,229 1.9% 1.1%
Audi 3,277 1.8% 2,739 1.6% 19.6% 27,952 1.8% 23,401 1.6% 19.4%
Lexus 2,419 1.3% 2,177 1.3% 11.1% 18,687 1.2% 16,471 1.1% 13.5%
Mitsubishi 2,069 1.1% 1,937 1.1% 6.8% 17,487 1.1% 17,131 1.1% 2.1%
Acura 2,038 1.1% 1,988 1.1% 2.5% 14,736 0.9% 14,913 1.0% -1.2%
Infiniti 1,222 0.7% 1,076 0.6% 13.6% 9,536 0.6% 8,648 0.6% 10.3%
Land Rover 895 0.5% 799 0.5% 12.0% 6,896 0.4% 6,865 0.5% 0.5%
Porsche 760 0.4% 660 0.4% 15.2% 6,124 0.4% 5,390 0.4% 13.6%
MINI 700 0.4% 608 0.4% 15.1% 5,188 0.3% 5,064 0.3% 2.4%
Volvo 550 0.3% 453 0.3% 21.4% 4,933 0.3% 4,728 0.3% 4.3%
Jaguar 438 0.2% 331 0.2% 32.3% 3,655 0.2% 2,043 0.1% 78.9%
Maserati 72 0.0% 58 0.0% 24.1% 973 0.1% 391 0.0% 148.8%
Genesis 50 0.0% - -% -% 378 0.0% - -% -%
smart 33 0.0% 400 0.2% -91.8% 277 0.0% 1,335 0.1% -79.3%
Total 186,837 100.0% 173,460 100.0% 7.7% 1,591,684 100.0% 1,508,180 100.0% 5.5%
Source: DesRosiers Automotive Consultant (DAC), Global Automakers of Canada (GAC), Canadian Vehicle Manufacturers' Association (CVMA)




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Flash report, August 2017

6 Sep. 2017

*There are cases where recently released data and detailed information in the database do not match up for reasons including different information sources, and discrepancies between preliminary reports and confirmed data.

Canadian vehicle sales increase 6.9% in August
Canadian vehicle sales in August were up 6.9% from the same month in 2016, to 183,945 units.
SUV and pickup sales, at 124,849 units, were up 10.1% in August, as passenger car sales, at 59,096 units, were up 0.8% compared to last year.
Canadian vehicle sales of 1,404,847 units for the first eight months of 2017 were up 5.3% from the same period in 2016, with passenger car sales down 1.6% and SUV and pickup sales up 8.9%.
Combined sales in August for the Detroit Big 3 were up 3.8% to 75,915 units, while sales of all foreign nameplates combined were up 9.3% to 108,030 units.
Of the Big Three manufacturers, GM sales were up 28.5%, while Ford sales were down 5.9% and FCA sales were down 9.2% from last August.
Among Japanese automakers, Toyota, Honda, Nissan, and Subaru brand sales were up in August 7.7%, 6.1%, 13.8%, and 9.7% respectively.
Hyundai sales were down 10.9%, while Kia sales were up 15.0% from last August.
Among German companies, Mercedes-Benz sales were up 13.4%, as BMW brand sales were up 3.1% from last August.
VW brand sales were up 71.9% in August compared to the previous year, while Audi sales were up 26.8%.

Canada - Sales of new vehicles by type
Aug. 2017 Aug. 2016 Y-o-Y Jan.-Aug.
2017
Jan.-Aug.
2016
Y-o-Y
Passenger cars 59,096 58,645 0.8% 457,172 464,659 -1.6%
Light Trucks 124,849 113,389 10.1% 947,675 870,061 8.9%
Total 183,945 172,034 6.9% 1,404,847 1,334,720 5.3%
Source: desrosiers AUTOMOTIVE reports Market Snapshot - Aug. 2017


Sales of passenger cars and light commercial vehicles
Maker/Brand 2017 2016 Y-o-Y 2017 2016 Y-o-Y
Aug. Share Aug. Share Jan.-Aug. Share Jan.-Aug. Share
General Motors 28,981 15.8% 22,547 13.1% 28.5% 205,329 14.6% 174,004 13.0% 18.0%
Ford 27,286 14.8% 28,982 16.8% -5.9% 215,224 15.3% 208,595 15.6% 3.2%
FCA 19,648 10.7% 21,627 12.6% -9.2% 194,689 13.9% 198,735 14.9% -2.0%
Toyota 17,950 9.8% 16,659 9.7% 7.7% 137,012 9.8% 136,019 10.2% 0.7%
Honda 16,719 9.1% 15,764 9.2% 6.1% 123,700 8.8% 111,303 8.3% 11.1%
Nissan 11,970 6.5% 10,521 6.1% 13.8% 92,573 6.6% 84,984 6.4% 8.9%
Hyundai 11,949 6.5% 13,405 7.8% -10.9% 91,271 6.5% 100,630 7.5% -9.3%
Volkswagen 9,032 4.9% 5,253 3.1% 71.9% 45,221 3.2% 42,650 3.2% 6.0%
Kia 7,692 4.2% 6,688 3.9% 15.0% 51,932 3.7% 49,533 3.7% 4.8%
Mazda 7,036 3.8% 6,546 3.8% 7.5% 50,134 3.6% 46,746 3.5% 7.2%
Subaru 4,950 2.7% 4,512 2.6% 9.7% 35,837 2.6% 32,637 2.4% 9.8%
Mercedes-Benz 4,216 2.3% 3,719 2.2% 13.4% 34,803 2.5% 31,087 2.3% 12.0%
Audi 3,292 1.8% 2,597 1.5% 26.8% 24,675 1.8% 20,662 1.5% 19.4%
BMW 3,040 1.7% 2,950 1.7% 3.1% 24,823 1.8% 24,643 1.8% 0.7%
Lexus 2,086 1.1% 1,972 1.1% 5.8% 16,268 1.2% 14,294 1.1% 13.8%
Mitsubishi 2,050 1.1% 2,056 1.2% -0.3% 15,418 1.1% 15,194 1.1% 1.5%
Acura 1,632 0.9% 2,064 1.2% -20.9% 12,698 0.9% 12,925 1.0% -1.8%
Infiniti 1,193 0.6% 987 0.6% 20.9% 8,314 0.6% 7,572 0.6% 9.8%
Porsche 785 0.4% 689 0.4% 13.9% 5,364 0.4% 4,730 0.4% 13.4%
Land Rover 732 0.4% 660 0.4% 10.9% 6,001 0.4% 6,066 0.5% -1.1%
MINI 589 0.3% 625 0.4% -5.8% 4,488 0.3% 4,456 0.3% 0.7%
Volvo 572 0.3% 568 0.3% 0.7% 4,383 0.3% 4,275 0.3% 2.5%
Jaguar 390 0.2% 341 0.2% 14.4% 3,217 0.2% 1,712 0.1% 87.9%
Maserati 75 0.0% 20 0.0% 275.0% 901 0.1% 333 0.0% 170.6%
Genesis 55 0.0% - -% -% 328 0.0% - -% -%
smart 25 0.0% 282 0.2% -91.1% 244 0.0% 935 0.1% -73.9%
Total 183,945 100.0% 172,034 100.0% 6.9% 1,404,847 100.0% 1,334,720 100.0% 5.3%
Source: DesRosiers Automotive Consultant (DAC), Global Automakers of Canada (GAC), Canadian Vehicle Manufacturers' Association (CVMA)



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Flash report, July 2017

2 Aug. 2017

*There are cases where recently released data and detailed information in the database do not match up for reasons including different information sources, and discrepancies between preliminary reports and confirmed data.

Canadian vehicle sales increase 4.9% in July
Canadian vehicle sales in July were up 4.9% from the same month in 2016, to 181,834 units.
SUV and pickup sales, at 123,603 units, were up 8.3% in July, as passenger car sales, at 58,231 units, were down 1.7% compared to last year.
Canadian vehicle sales of 1,220,902 units for the first seven months of 2017 were up 5.0% from the same period in 2016, with passenger car sales down 2.0% and SUV and pickup sales up 8.7%.
Combined sales in July for the Detroit Big 3 were up 1.7% to 76,969 units, while sales of all foreign nameplates combined were up 7.4% to 104,865 units.
Of the Big Three manufacturers, GM sales were up 21.6%, while Ford sales were down 7.1% and FCA sales were down 4.9% from last July.
Among Japanese automakers, Honda, Subaru, Nissan, and Toyota brand sales were up in July 10.7%, 5.8%, 11.0%, and 3.4%, respectively.
Hyundai sales were down 14.8%, while Kia sales were up 15.0% from last July.
Among German companies, Mercedes-Benz sales were up 10.7%, as BMW brand sales dropped 1.8% from last July.
VW brand sales were up 37.9% in July compared to the previous year, while Audi sales were up 29.7%.

Canada - Sales of new vehicles by type

Jul. 2017 Jul. 2016 Y-o-Y Jan.-Jul.
2017
Jan.-Jul.
2016
Y-o-Y
Passenger cars 58,231 59,225 -1.7% 398,076 406,014 -2.0%
Light Trucks 123,603 114,079 8.3% 822,826 756,672 8.7%
Total 181,834 173,304 4.9% 1,220,902 1,162,686 5.0%
Source: desrosiers AUTOMOTIVE reports Market Snapshot - Jul. 2017


Sales of passenger cars and light commercial vehicles
Maker/Brand 2017 2016 Y-o-Y 2017 2016 Y-o-Y
Jul. Share Jul. Share Jan.-Jul. Share Jan.-Jul. Share
Ford 27,650 15.2% 29,771 17.2% -7.1% 187,938 15.4% 179,613 15.4% 4.6%
General Motors 25,852 14.2% 21,255 12.3% 21.6% 176,348 14.4% 151,457 13.0% 16.4%
FCA 23,467 12.9% 24,669 14.2% -4.9% 175,041 14.3% 177,108 15.2% -1.2%
Toyota 16,943 9.3% 16,389 9.5% 3.4% 119,062 9.8% 119,360 10.3% -0.2%
Honda 16,843 9.3% 15,214 8.8% 10.7% 106,981 8.8% 95,539 8.2% 12.0%
Hyundai 12,443 6.8% 14,600 8.4% -14.8% 79,322 6.5% 87,225 7.5% -9.1%
Nissan 11,807 6.5% 10,641 6.1% 11.0% 80,603 6.6% 74,463 6.4% 8.2%
Volkswagen 7,823 4.3% 5,675 3.3% 37.9% 36,189 3.0% 37,397 3.2% -3.2%
Kia 7,506 4.1% 6,527 3.8% 15.0% 44,240 3.6% 42,845 3.7% 3.3%
Mazda 6,591 3.6% 5,909 3.4% 11.5% 43,098 3.5% 40,200 3.5% 7.2%
Subaru 4,454 2.4% 4,210 2.4% 5.8% 30,887 2.5% 28,125 2.4% 9.8%
Mercedes-Benz 4,297 2.4% 3,881 2.2% 10.7% 30,587 2.5% 27,368 2.4% 11.8%
Audi 3,179 1.7% 2,451 1.4% 29.7% 21,383 1.8% 18,065 1.6% 18.4%
BMW 2,953 1.6% 3,007 1.7% -1.8% 21,783 1.8% 21,693 1.9% 0.4%
Mitsubishi 2,078 1.1% 1,600 0.9% 29.9% 13,368 1.1% 13,138 1.1% 1.8%
Lexus 2,018 1.1% 1,883 1.1% 7.2% 14,182 1.2% 12,322 1.1% 15.1%
Acura 1,701 0.9% 1,655 1.0% 2.8% 11,066 0.9% 10,861 0.9% 1.9%
Infiniti 981 0.5% 906 0.5% 8.3% 7,121 0.6% 6,585 0.6% 8.1%
Porsche 770 0.4% 738 0.4% 4.3% 4,579 0.4% 4,041 0.3% 13.3%
Land Rover 734 0.4% 664 0.4% 10.5% 5,269 0.4% 5,406 0.5% -2.5%
Volvo 612 0.3% 590 0.3% 3.7% 3,811 0.3% 3,707 0.3% 2.8%
MINI 587 0.3% 640 0.4% -8.3% 3,899 0.3% 3,831 0.3% 1.8%
Jaguar 370 0.2% 331 0.2% 11.8% 2,827 0.2% 1,371 0.1% 106.2%
Maserati 84 0.0% 45 0.0% 86.7% 826 0.1% 313 0.0% 163.9%
Genesis 55 0.0% - -% -% 273 0.0% - -% -%
smart 36 0.0% 53 0.0% -32.1% 219 0.0% 653 0.1% -66.5%
Total 181,834 100.0% 173,304 100.0% 4.9% 1,220,902 100.0% 1,162,686 100.0% 5.0%
Source: DesRosiers Automotive Consultant (DAC), Global Automakers of Canada (GAC), Canadian Vehicle Manufacturers' Association (CVMA)






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Flash report, June 2017

5 Jul. 2017

*There are cases where recently released data and detailed information in the database do not match up for reasons including different information sources, and discrepancies between preliminary reports and confirmed data.

Canadian car sales up 6.5% in June
Canadian car sales in June were up 6.5% from the same month in 2016 to 203,486 units, marking the June record sales.
SUV and pickup sales, at 137,046 units, were up 10.0% in June, while passenger car sales, at 66,440 units, were down 0.1% compared to last year.
Combined sales in June for the Detroit Big 3 were up 5.2% to 86,835 units, while sales of all foreign nameplates combined were up 7.4% to 116,651 units.
Of the Big Three manufacturers, Ford was up 14.1% and GM was up 4.2%, and FCA was down 3.1% from last June.
Among Japanese automakers, Toyota brand sales were up 4.0% and Honda sales were up 14.1%. Nissan brand sales were up 12.4%, Mazda sales were up 4.0%, Subaru sales were up 6.1%, and Mitsubishi sales were up 9.4%.
Hyundai sales were down 15.5% and Kia sales were up 8.8% from June 2016.
Among German companies, Mercedes sales were up 13.1% and BMW brand was up 6.6%.
VW brand sales were up 30.3% compared to the previous year, while Audi sales were up 24.3%.


Canada - Sales of new vehicles by type

Jun. 2017 Jun. 2016 Y-o-Y Jan.-Jun.
2017
Jan.-Jun.
2016
Y-o-Y
Passenger cars 66,440 66,494 -0.1% 339,845 346,789 -2.0%
Light Trucks 137,046 124,594 10.0% 699,223 642,593 8.8%
Total 203,486 191,088 6.5% 1,039,068 989,382 5.0%
Source: desrosiers AUTOMOTIVE reports Market Snapshot - Jun. 2017


Sales of passenger cars and light commercial vehicles
Maker/Brand 2017 2016 Y-o-Y 2017 2016 Y-o-Y
Jun. Share Jun. Share Jan.-Jun. Share Jan.-Jun. Share
Ford 32,758 16.1% 28,699 15.0% 14.1% 160,288 15.4% 149,842 15.1% 7.0%
General Motors 27,151 13.3% 26,045 13.6% 4.2% 150,496 14.5% 130,202 13.2% 15.6%
FCA 26,926 13.2% 27,776 14.5% -3.1% 151,574 14.6% 152,439 15.4% -0.6%
Toyota 21,062 10.4% 20,252 10.6% 4.0% 102,119 9.8% 102,971 10.4% -0.8%
Honda 17,423 8.6% 15,273 8.0% 14.1% 90,138 8.7% 80,325 8.1% 12.2%
Nissan 14,800 7.3% 13,171 6.9% 12.4% 68,796 6.6% 63,822 6.5% 7.8%
Hyundai 12,848 6.3% 15,201 8.0% -15.5% 66,879 6.4% 72,625 7.3% -7.9%
Kia 8,203 4.0% 7,540 3.9% 8.8% 36,734 3.5% 36,318 3.7% 1.1%
Mazda 6,997 3.4% 6,728 3.5% 4.0% 36,507 3.5% 34,291 3.5% 6.5%
Volkswagen 6,624 3.3% 5,085 2.7% 30.3% 28,366 2.7% 31,722 3.2% -10.6%
Subaru 5,088 2.5% 4,795 2.5% 6.1% 26,433 2.5% 23,915 2.4% 10.5%
Mercedes-Benz 5,026 2.5% 4,442 2.3% 13.1% 26,290 2.5% 23,487 2.4% 11.9%
Audi 3,857 1.9% 3,102 1.6% 24.3% 18,204 1.8% 15,614 1.6% 16.6%
BMW 3,807 1.9% 3,572 1.9% 6.6% 18,830 1.8% 18,686 1.9% 0.8%
Lexus 2,374 1.2% 1,752 0.9% 35.5% 12,164 1.2% 10,439 1.1% 16.5%
Mitsubishi 2,081 1.0% 1,903 1.0% 9.4% 11,290 1.1% 11,538 1.2% -2.1%
Acura 1,835 0.9% 1,632 0.9% 12.4% 9,365 0.9% 9,206 0.9% 1.7%
Infiniti 1,202 0.6% 961 0.5% 25.1% 6,140 0.6% 5,679 0.6% 8.1%
Land Rover 751 0.4% 765 0.4% -1.8% 4,535 0.4% 4,742 0.5% -4.4%
Porsche 740 0.4% 730 0.4% 1.4% 3,809 0.4% 3,303 0.3% 15.3%
Volvo 637 0.3% 614 0.3% 3.7% 3,199 0.3% 3,117 0.3% 2.6%
MINI 623 0.3% 573 0.3% 8.7% 3,312 0.3% 3,191 0.3% 3.8%
Jaguar 450 0.2% 383 0.2% 17.5% 2,457 0.2% 1,040 0.1% 136.3%
Maserati 129 0.1% 63 0.0% 104.8% 742 0.1% 268 0.0% 176.9%
Genesis 60 0.0% - -% -% 218 0.0% - -% -%
smart 34 0.0% 31 0.0% 9.7% 183 0.0% 600 0.1% -69.5%
Total 203,486 100.0% 191,088 100.0% 6.5% 1,039,068 100.0% 989,382 100.0% 5.0%
Source: DesRosiers Automotive Consultant (DAC), Global Automakers of Canada (GAC), Canadian Vehicle Manufacturers' Association (CVMA)




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Flash report, May 2017

2 Jun. 2017

*There are cases where recently released data and detailed information in the database do not match up for reasons including different information sources, and discrepancies between preliminary reports and confirmed data.

Canadian car sales up 11.2% in May
Canadian car sales in May were up 11.2% from the same month in 2016 to 216,861 units, marking the all-time record monthly sales.
SUV and pickup sales, at 141,689 units, were up 16.3% in May, while passenger car sales, at 75,172 units, were up 2.9% compared to last year.
Combined sales in May for the Detroit Big 3 were up 17.6% to 98,810 units, while sales of all foreign nameplates combined were up 6.5% to 118,051 units.
Of the Big Three manufacturers, GM was up 35.8% and Ford was up 17.4%, and FCA was up 4.6% from last May.
Among Japanese automakers, Toyota brand sales were up 7.4% and Honda sales were up 11.6%. Nissan brand sales were up 5.4%, Mazda sales were up 7.9%, Subaru sales were up 17.6%, and Mitsubishi sales were up 6.3%.
Hyundai sales were up 2.2% and Kia sales were up 6.3% from May 2016.
Among German companies, Mercedes sales were flat and BMW brand was down 5.9%.
VW brand sales were down 9.9% compared to the previous year, while Audi sales were up 16.6%.

Canada - Sales of new vehicles by type
May 2017 May 2016 Y-o-Y Jan.-May
2017
Jan.-May
2016
Y-o-Y
Passenger cars 75,172 73,079 2.9% 273,405 280,299 -2.5%
Light Trucks 141,689 121,855 16.3% 562,177 517,999 8.5%
Total 216,861 194,934 11.2% 835,582 798,298 4.7%
Source: desrosiers AUTOMOTIVE reports Market Snapshot - May 2017


Sales of passenger cars and light commercial vehicles
Maker/Brand 2017 2016 Y-o-Y 2017 2016 Y-o-Y
May Share May Share Jan.-May Share Jan.-May Share
Ford 34,475 15.9% 29,374 15.1% 17.4% 127,530 15.3% 121,143 15.2% 5.3%
FCA 33,186 15.3% 31,724 16.3% 4.6% 124,648 14.9% 124,663 15.6% 0.0%
General Motors 31,149 14.4% 22,939 11.8% 35.8% 123,345 14.8% 104,157 13.0% 18.4%
Toyota 21,611 10.0% 20,119 10.3% 7.4% 81,057 9.7% 82,719 10.4% -2.0%
Honda 19,175 8.8% 17,189 8.8% 11.6% 72,715 8.7% 65,052 8.1% 11.8%
Hyundai 15,335 7.1% 15,010 7.7% 2.2% 54,031 6.5% 57,424 7.2% -5.9%
Nissan 12,825 5.9% 12,169 6.2% 5.4% 53,996 6.5% 50,651 6.3% 6.6%
Kia 7,551 3.5% 7,106 3.6% 6.3% 28,531 3.4% 28,778 3.6% -0.9%
Mazda 7,250 3.3% 6,721 3.4% 7.9% 29,510 3.5% 27,563 3.5% 7.1%
Volkswagen 5,945 2.7% 6,596 3.4% -9.9% 21,742 2.6% 26,637 3.3% -18.4%
Subaru 5,400 2.5% 4,590 2.4% 17.6% 21,345 2.6% 19,120 2.4% 11.6%
Mercedes-Benz 4,518 2.1% 4,519 2.3% 0.0% 21,264 2.5% 19,045 2.4% 11.7%
Audi 3,852 1.8% 3,305 1.7% 16.6% 14,347 1.7% 12,512 1.6% 14.7%
BMW 3,540 1.6% 3,761 1.9% -5.9% 15,023 1.8% 15,114 1.9% -0.6%
Lexus 2,282 1.1% 2,039 1.0% 11.9% 9,790 1.2% 8,687 1.1% 12.7%
Mitsubishi 2,258 1.0% 2,125 1.1% 6.3% 9,209 1.1% 9,635 1.2% -4.4%
Acura 1,800 0.8% 1,564 0.8% 15.1% 7,530 0.9% 7,574 0.9% -0.6%
Infiniti 1,118 0.5% 1,036 0.5% 7.9% 4,938 0.6% 4,718 0.6% 4.7%
MINI 844 0.4% 774 0.4% 9.0% 2,689 0.3% 2,618 0.3% 2.7%
Porsche 840 0.4% 726 0.4% 15.7% 3,069 0.4% 2,573 0.3% 19.3%
Land Rover 658 0.3% 663 0.3% -0.8% 3,784 0.5% 3,977 0.5% -4.9%
Volvo 654 0.3% 641 0.3% 2.0% 2,562 0.3% 2,503 0.3% 2.4%
Jaguar 378 0.2% 142 0.1% 166.2% 2,007 0.2% 657 0.1% 205.5%
Maserati 121 0.1% 68 0.0% 77.9% 613 0.1% 209 0.0% 193.3%
Genesis 62 0.0% - -% -% 158 0.0% - -% -%
smart 34 0.0% 34 0.0% 0.0% 149 0.0% 569 0.1% -73.8%
Total 216,861 100.0% 194,934 100.0% 11.2% 835,582 100.0% 798,298 100.0% 4.7%
Source: DesRosiers Automotive Consultant (DAC), Global Automakers of Canada (GAC), Canadian Vehicle Manufacturers' Association (CVMA)



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Flash report, April 2017

8 May 2017

*There are cases where recently released data and detailed information in the database do not match up for reasons including different information sources, and discrepancies between preliminary reports and confirmed data.

Canadian car sales fall 1.6% in April
Canadian car sales in April were down 1.6% from the same month in 2016, to 197,203 units.
SUV and pickup sales, at 130,912 units, were up 2.5% in April, while passenger car sales, at 66,291 units, were down 8.7% compared to last year.
Combined sales in April for the Detroit Big 3 were up 1.9% to 88,706 units, while sales of all foreign nameplates combined were down 4.3% to 108,497 units.
Of the Big Three manufacturers, GM was up 16.4% and Ford was up 0.2%, but FCA was down 9.1% from last April.
Among Japanese automakers, Honda sales were up 5.8% and Subaru sales were up 8.6%, while Toyota brand sales were down 9.9% and Nissan brand sales were down 8.1%.
Hyundai sales were down 0.3% and Kia sales were down 6.5% from April 2016.
Among German companies, Mercedes sales were up 3.8% and BMW brand was down 2.0%.
VW brand sales were down 30.1% compared to the previous year, while Audi sales were up 7.6%.

Canada - Sales of new vehicles by type

Apr. 2017 Apr. 2016 Y-o-Y Jan.-Apr.
2017
Jan.-Apr.
2016
Y-o-Y
Passenger cars 66,291 72,631 -8.7% 198,233 207,220 -4.3%
Light Trucks 130,912 127,753 2.5% 420,488 396,144 6.1%
Total 197,203 200,384 -1.6% 618,721 603,364 2.5%
Source: desrosiers AUTOMOTIVE reports Market Snapshot - Apr. 2017



Sales of passenger cars and light commercial vehicles
Maker/Brand 2017 2016 Y-o-Y 2017 2016 Y-o-Y
Apr. Share Apr. Share Jan.-Apr. Share Jan.-Apr. Share
General Motors 30,948 15.7% 26,596 13.3% 16.4% 92,196 14.9% 81,218 13.5% 13.5%
Ford 30,385 15.4% 30,311 15.1% 0.2% 93,055 15.0% 91,769 15.2% 1.4%
FCA 27,373 13.9% 30,108 15.0% -9.1% 91,462 14.8% 92,939 15.4% -1.6%
Toyota 19,316 9.8% 21,436 10.7% -9.9% 59,446 9.6% 62,600 10.4% -5.0%
Honda 16,608 8.4% 15,700 7.8% 5.8% 53,540 8.7% 47,863 7.9% 11.9%
Hyundai 14,568 7.4% 14,607 7.3% -0.3% 38,696 6.3% 42,414 7.0% -8.8%
Nissan 10,335 5.2% 11,246 5.6% -8.1% 41,171 6.7% 38,482 6.4% 7.0%
Kia 7,205 3.7% 7,707 3.8% -6.5% 20,980 3.4% 21,672 3.6% -3.2%
Mazda 6,776 3.4% 7,471 3.7% -9.3% 22,260 3.6% 20,842 3.5% 6.8%
Subaru 5,523 2.8% 5,087 2.5% 8.6% 15,945 2.6% 14,530 2.4% 9.7%
Volkswagen 5,486 2.8% 7,845 3.9% -30.1% 15,797 2.6% 20,041 3.3% -21.2%
Mercedes-Benz 4,333 2.2% 4,176 2.1% 3.8% 16,746 2.7% 14,526 2.4% 15.3%
BMW 3,628 1.8% 3,701 1.8% -2.0% 11,483 1.9% 11,353 1.9% 1.1%
Audi 3,608 1.8% 3,352 1.7% 7.6% 10,495 1.7% 9,207 1.5% 14.0%
Lexus 2,651 1.3% 2,386 1.2% 11.1% 7,508 1.2% 6,648 1.1% 12.9%
Mitsubishi 2,512 1.3% 2,552 1.3% -1.6% 6,951 1.1% 7,510 1.2% -7.4%
Acura 1,691 0.9% 2,206 1.1% -23.3% 5,730 0.9% 6,010 1.0% -4.7%
Infiniti 1,020 0.5% 902 0.5% 13.1% 3,820 0.6% 3,682 0.6% 3.7%
Porsche 830 0.4% 757 0.4% 9.6% 2,229 0.4% 1,847 0.3% 20.7%
MINI 689 0.3% 745 0.4% -7.5% 1,845 0.3% 1,844 0.3% 0.1%
Volvo 637 0.3% 604 0.3% 5.5% 1,908 0.3% 1,862 0.3% 2.5%
Land Rover 589 0.3% 655 0.3% -10.1% 3,126 0.5% 3,314 0.5% -5.7%
Jaguar 314 0.2% 122 0.1% 157.4% 1,629 0.3% 515 0.1% 216.3%
Maserati 121 0.1% 57 0.0% 112.3% 492 0.1% 141 0.0% 248.9%
Genesis 35 0.0% - -% -% 96 0.0% - -% -%
smart 22 0.0% 55 0.0% -60.0% 115 0.0% 535 0.1% -78.5%
Total 197,203 100.0% 200,384 100.0% -1.6% 618,721 100.0% 603,364 100.0% 2.5%
Source: DesRosiers Automotive Consultant (DAC), Global Automakers of Canada (GAC), Canadian Vehicle Manufacturers' Association (CVMA)




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Flash report, March 2017

4 Apr. 2017

*There are cases where recently released data and detailed information in the database do not match up for reasons including different information sources, and discrepancies between preliminary reports and confirmed data.

Canadian vehicle sales up 7.1% in March 2017
Canadian car sales in March were up 7.1% from March 2016, at 187,540 units. SUV and pickup sales of 125,983 units were up 11.1%, while passenger car sales, at 61,557 units, were down 0.3% compared to last year.
Of the Detroit Big 3, GM was up 22.9% and FCA was up 2.6%, and Ford was up 0.2% from last March.
Most Japanese automakers had a strong March, with Honda brand up 18.7%, Toyota brand was up 0.1%, Nissan brand up 26.7%, Mazda up 14.8%, and Subaru up 10.4% year-over-year. However, Mitsubishi was down 10.6%.
Hyundai monthly sales were down 14.7%, and Kia sales were up 6.1% from March 2016.
Among German companies, Mercedes sales were up 11.9% and BMW brand was up 3.8%. VW brand sales were down 22.4% compared to the previous year, though Audi brand sales were up 6.4%.
Combined sales for the Big 3 were up 8.2%, while all foreign nameplates combined were up 6.1% in unit sales over March 2016.

Canada - Sales of new vehicles by type

Mar. 2017 Mar. 2016 Y-o-Y Jan.-Mar.
2017
Jan.-Mar.
2016
Y-o-Y
Passenger cars 61,557 61,770 -0.3% 131,942 134,589 -2.0%
Light Trucks 125,983 113,413 11.1% 289,576 268,391 7.9%
Total 187,540 175,183 7.1% 421,518 402,980 4.6%
Source: desrosiers AUTOMOTIVE reports Market Snapshot - Mar. 2017


Sales of passenger cars and light commercial vehicles
Maker/Brand 2017 2016 Y-o-Y 2017 2016 Y-o-Y
Mar. Share Mar. Share Jan.-Mar. Share Jan.-Mar. Share
General Motors 30,115 16.1% 24,498 14.0% 22.9% 61,248 14.5% 54,622 13.6% 12.1%
FCA 26,531 14.1% 25,862 14.8% 2.6% 64,089 15.2% 62,831 15.6% 2.0%
Ford 26,480 14.1% 26,432 15.1% 0.2% 62,670 14.9% 61,458 15.3% 2.0%
Honda 17,392 9.3% 14,647 8.4% 18.7% 36,932 8.8% 32,163 8.0% 14.8%
Toyota 17,282 9.2% 17,264 9.9% 0.1% 40,130 9.5% 41,164 10.2% -2.5%
Nissan 14,523 7.7% 11,463 6.5% 26.7% 30,836 7.3% 27,236 6.8% 13.2%
Hyundai 11,087 5.9% 13,001 7.4% -14.7% 24,128 5.7% 27,807 6.9% -13.2%
Mazda 6,942 3.7% 6,046 3.5% 14.8% 15,484 3.7% 13,371 3.3% 15.8%
Kia 6,346 3.4% 5,983 3.4% 6.1% 13,775 3.3% 13,965 3.5% -1.4%
Mercedes-Benz 4,747 2.5% 4,244 2.4% 11.9% 12,413 2.9% 10,350 2.6% 19.9%
Subaru 4,652 2.5% 4,213 2.4% 10.4% 10,422 2.5% 9,443 2.3% 10.4%
Volkswagen 4,176 2.2% 5,380 3.1% -22.4% 10,311 2.4% 12,196 3.0% -15.5%
BMW 3,181 1.7% 3,065 1.7% 3.8% 7,855 1.9% 7,652 1.9% 2.7%
Audi 2,985 1.6% 2,805 1.6% 6.4% 6,887 1.6% 5,855 1.5% 17.6%
Lexus 2,124 1.1% 1,833 1.0% 15.9% 4,857 1.2% 4,262 1.1% 14.0%
Mitsubishi 1,897 1.0% 2,123 1.2% -10.6% 4,439 1.1% 4,958 1.2% -10.5%
Acura 1,783 1.0% 1,708 1.0% 4.4% 4,039 1.0% 3,804 0.9% 6.2%
Land Rover 1,369 0.7% 1,346 0.8% 1.7% 2,537 0.6% 2,659 0.7% -4.6%
Infiniti 1,292 0.7% 1,138 0.6% 13.5% 2,800 0.7% 2,780 0.7% 0.7%
Jaguar 746 0.4% 228 0.1% 227.2% 1,315 0.3% 393 0.1% 234.6%
Porsche 624 0.3% 535 0.3% 16.6% 1,399 0.3% 1,090 0.3% 28.3%
Volvo 576 0.3% 570 0.3% 1.1% 1,271 0.3% 1,258 0.3% 1.0%
MINI 510 0.3% 495 0.3% 3.0% 1,156 0.3% 1,099 0.3% 5.2%
Maserati 122 0.1% 41 0.0% 197.6% 371 0.1% 84 0.0% 341.7%
smart 43 0.0% 263 0.2% -83.7% 93 0.0% 480 0.1% -80.6%
Genesis 15 0.0% - -% -% 61 0.0% - -% -%
Total 187,540 100.0% 175,183 100.0% 7.1% 421,518 100.0% 402,980 100.0% 4.6%
Source: DesRosiers Automotive Consultant (DAC), Global Automakers of Canada (GAC), Canadian Vehicle Manufacturers' Association (CVMA)



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Flash report, February 2017

2 Mar. 2017

*There are cases where recently released data and detailed information in the database do not match up for reasons including different information sources, and discrepancies between preliminary reports and confirmed data.

Canadian vehicle sales up 3.2% in February 2017
Canadian car sales in February were up 3.2% from February 2016, at 123,032 units. In February, SUV and pickup sales of 84,865 units were up 5.7%, while passenger car sales, at 38,167 units, were down 2.1% compared to last year.
Of the Detroit Big 3, GM was up 5.1% and Ford was up 3.1%, and FCA was up 1.6% from last February.
Most Japanese automakers had a strong February, with Honda brand up 21.7%, Nissan brand up 6.5%, Mazda up 15.0%, and Subaru up 16.6% year-over-year. However, Toyota brand was down 8.7% and Mitsubishi was down 14.7%.
Hyundai monthly sales were down 12.7%, and Kia sales were down 8.7% from February 2016.
Among German companies, Mercedes sales were up 22.5% and BMW brand was up 1.3%. VW brand sales were down 8.9% compared to the previous year, though Audi brand sales were up 27.8%.
Combined sales for the Big 3 were up 3.2%, while all foreign nameplates combined were up 3.2% in unit sales over February 2016.

Canada - Sales of new vehicles by type

Feb. 2017 Feb. 2016 Y-o-Y Jan.-Feb.
2017
Jan.-Feb.
2016
Y-o-Y
Passenger cars 38,167 38,974 -2.1% 70,385 72,819 -3.3%
Light Trucks 84,865 80,251 5.7% 163,592 154,978 5.6%
Total 123,032 119,225 3.2% 233,977 227,797 2.7%
Source: desrosiers AUTOMOTIVE reports Market Snapshot - Feb. 2017


Sales of passenger cars and light commercial vehicles
Maker/Brand 2017 2016 Y-o-Y 2017 2016 Y-o-Y
Feb. Share Feb. Share Jan.-Feb. Share Jan.-Feb. Share
FCA 19,115 15.5% 18,813 15.8% 1.6% 37,558 16.1% 36,969 16.2% 1.6%
Ford 18,965 15.4% 18,389 15.4% 3.1% 36,190 15.5% 35,026 15.4% 3.3%
General Motors 16,528 13.4% 15,729 13.2% 5.1% 31,133 13.3% 30,124 13.2% 3.3%
Toyota 11,985 9.7% 13,129 11.0% -8.7% 22,848 9.8% 23,900 10.5% -4.4%
Honda 10,409 8.5% 8,553 7.2% 21.7% 19,540 8.4% 17,516 7.7% 11.6%
Nissan 8,703 7.1% 8,174 6.9% 6.5% 16,313 7.0% 15,773 6.9% 3.4%
Hyundai 7,160 5.8% 8,206 6.9% -12.7% 13,041 5.6% 14,806 6.5% -11.9%
Mazda 4,533 3.7% 3,942 3.3% 15.0% 8,542 3.7% 7,325 3.2% 16.6%
Kia 3,998 3.2% 4,381 3.7% -8.7% 7,429 3.2% 7,982 3.5% -6.9%
Mercedes-Benz 3,930 3.2% 3,208 2.7% 22.5% 7,666 3.3% 6,106 2.7% 25.5%
Volkswagen 3,104 2.5% 3,408 2.9% -8.9% 6,135 2.6% 6,816 3.0% -10.0%
Subaru 2,965 2.4% 2,543 2.1% 16.6% 5,770 2.5% 5,230 2.3% 10.3%
BMW 2,608 2.1% 2,575 2.2% 1.3% 4,674 2.0% 4,587 2.0% 1.9%
Audi 1,970 1.6% 1,542 1.3% 27.8% 3,902 1.7% 3,050 1.3% 27.9%
Lexus 1,420 1.2% 1,155 1.0% 22.9% 2,733 1.2% 2,429 1.1% 12.5%
Mitsubishi 1,319 1.1% 1,547 1.3% -14.7% 2,542 1.1% 2,835 1.2% -10.3%
Acura 1,213 1.0% 1,033 0.9% 17.4% 2,255 1.0% 2,096 0.9% 7.6%
Infiniti 807 0.7% 837 0.7% -3.6% 1,508 0.6% 1,642 0.7% -8.2%
Land Rover 613 0.5% 721 0.6% -15.0% 1,168 0.5% 1,313 0.6% -11.0%
Porsche 416 0.3% 305 0.3% 36.4% 775 0.3% 555 0.2% 39.6%
Volvo 393 0.3% 389 0.3% 1.0% 695 0.3% 688 0.3% 1.0%
MINI 375 0.3% 336 0.3% 11.6% 646 0.3% 604 0.3% 7.0%
Jaguar 318 0.3% 94 0.1% 238.3% 569 0.2% 165 0.1% 244.8%
Maserati 127 0.1% 24 0.0% 429.2% 249 0.1% 43 0.0% 479.1%
smart 34 0.0% 192 0.2% -82.3% 50 0.0% 217 0.1% -77.0%
Genesis 24 0.0% - -% -% 46 0.0%  - -% -%
Total 123,032 100.0% 119,225 100.0% 3.2% 233,977 100.0% 227,797 100.0% 2.7%
Source: DesRosiers Automotive Consultant (DAC), Global Automakers of Canada (GAC), Canadian Vehicle Manufacturers' Association (CVMA)



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Flash report, January 2017

2 Feb. 2017

*Data in the flash report may from time to time differ from data in the detail report to be announced at a later date due to a difference in the data source.


Canadian vehicle sales up 2.2% in January
Canadian car sales in January were up 2.2% from last January, at 110,945 units. In January, SUVs and pickups were up 5.4% at 78,733 units, while passenger cars were down 4.8% at 32,212 units compared to last year.
Of the Detroit Big 3, FCA was up 1.6%, Ford was up 3.5%, and GM was up 1.5% from last January.
Most of the Japanese automakers had positive January sales, with Toyota up 0.9%, Honda up 1.9%, Nissan brand up 0.1%. Mazda was up 18.5%, Subaru was up 4.4%, and Mitsubishi was down 5.0% year-over-year.
Hyundai monthly sales were down 10.9% and Kia sales were down 4.7% from January 2016.
Mercedes sales were up 28.9%, BMW brand was up 2.7%, but VW brand sales were down 11.1% compared to the previous year. Audi sold 28.1% and Volvo sold 1.0% more vehicles this January.
Combined sales for the Big 3 were up 2.2% over January 2016, while all foreign nameplates combined were up 2.2% in unit sales over 2016.

Canada - Sales of new vehicles by type
Jan. 2017 Jan. 2016 Y-o-Y
Passenger cars 32,212 33,845 -4.8%
Light Trucks 78,733 74,727 5.4%
Total 110,945 108,572 2.2%
Source: desrosiers AUTOMOTIVE reports Market Snapshot - Jan. 2017


Sales of passenger cars and light commercial vehicles
Maker/Brand 2017 2016 Y-o-Y
Jan. Share Jan. Share
FCA 18,443 16.6% 18,156 16.7% 1.6%
Ford 17,225 15.5% 16,637 15.3% 3.5%
General Motors 14,605 13.2% 14,395 13.3% 1.5%
Toyota 10,863 9.8% 10,771 9.9% 0.9%
Honda 9,131 8.2% 8,963 8.3% 1.9%
Nissan 7,610 6.9% 7,599 7.0% 0.1%
Hyundai 5,881 5.3% 6,600 6.1% -10.9%
Mazda 4,009 3.6% 3,383 3.1% 18.5%
Mercedes-Benz 3,736 3.4% 2,898 2.7% 28.9%
Kia 3,431 3.1% 3,601 3.3% -4.7%
Volkswagen 3,031 2.7% 3,408 3.1% -11.1%
Subaru 2,805 2.5% 2,687 2.5% 4.4%
BMW 2,066 1.9% 2,012 1.9% 2.7%
Audi 1,932 1.7% 1,508 1.4% 28.1%
Lexus 1,313 1.2% 1,274 1.2% 3.1%
Mitsubishi 1,223 1.1% 1,288 1.2% -5.0%
Acura 1,042 0.9% 1,063 1.0% -2.0%
Infiniti 701 0.6% 805 0.7% -12.9%
Land Rover 555 0.5% 592 0.5% -6.3%
Porsche 359 0.3% 250 0.2% 43.6%
Volvo 302 0.3% 299 0.3% 1.0%
MINI 271 0.2% 268 0.2% 1.1%
Jaguar 251 0.2% 71 0.1% 253.5%
Maserati 122 0.1% 19 0.0% 542.1%
Genesis 22 0.0% - -% -%
smart 16 0.0% 25 0.0% -36.0%
Total 110,945 100.0% 108,572 100.0% 2.2%
Source: DesRosiers Automotive Consultant (DAC), Global Automakers of Canada (GAC), Canadian Vehicle Manufacturers' Association (CVMA)


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