Ford Canada becoming the best seller in the country in 2012
Ford Canada is becoming the best-selling vehicles in the country this year, after it was unveiled on Monday its best November in more than a decade, in addition to an end, once again, the top Canadian monthly sales.
Subsidiary of one of the three Detroit automakers INSTALLED Oakville, Ontario, stated Monday that its sales for the month of November reached 19,447 vehicles, an increase of 4.7 percent compared to the year last, which makes its best November since 2001.
It is more than 2,400 vehicles Chrysler Canada, which nevertheless had its best November since 2000.
Canadian auto sales Ford increased 14 percent, while those of their trucks have increased by six percent.
For the first 11 months of 2012, sales of Ford believed a percent to establish a 259,194 vehicles, against 256,597 in 2011.
Ford Focus had its best November since 2003 with an increase of 37 per cent of its sales.
Ford Edge, Ford Flex and Lincoln MKT, which are built in Canada, saw sales grow by 21, 25 and 34 per cent for this period.
Meanwhile, rival manufacturer Chrysler Canada said it sold 17,013 vehicles in the country last month, up five percent compared to 2011, when 16,244 units were found takers.
Chrysler said that this increase was allowed to wear 36 consecutive months the longest period of growth in sales of vehicles in its history. The American automaker also describes the first 11 months of the year "best starting since 2000."
The Canadian subsidiary of the Japanese manufacturer Toyota has stated its share of sales of 14,512 units, a slight decrease compared to 14,563 in November elapsed. However, cumulative sales of Toyota compared to the same date in 2011 are up 21.1 percent, as the company had experienced difficulty in selling his car as a result of the devastating tsunami of March 2011.
For its part, Hyundai Auto Canada reported having experienced the best November in its history with an increase of 20 percent, selling 10,101 units. The Korean manufacturer also states have elapsed so far this year 128,420 vehicles in Canada, an increase of 4.6 percent over the first 11 months of last year.
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