Canadian Car and truck sales increase
Sales of GM, Honda and Toyota increase in October
Increase in Canadian vehicle sales in October
Canadian cars and light trucks sales increased 6.5 percent in November compared to those of last year, according to data published Tuesday by DesRosiers Automotive Consultants.
Sales of light vehicles were totaled 133,860 units last month, up from 125,730 to those of Chrysler and November 2012. Ford saves higher, at 19,660 and 19,071 vehicles, respectively.
Chrysler shows the largest increase, with a gain of 13 per cent, having sold 19,206 vehicles compared to 17,013 in the same month last year.
The automaker attributed the gain to launch the 2014 model sport utility vehicle Jeep Cherokee, including 1,285 units were sold in the first month of availability.
Ford sales have increased by 1.2 per cent compared to those of 19,431 vehicles in November 2012.
It was the Canadian automotive industry to sixth consecutive monthly record, was observed DesRosiers.
"Ford has maintained its position as the leading brand with 19,660 units sold in November, although the percentage increase of 1.2 per cent of the company has been inferior to that of the market. 589 units The difference between Chrysler Ford and is a fraction of what it was in 2012, "says the firm.
For its part, General Motors says its dealers Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac were sold last month 17,482 vehicles, a higher result of nearly one percent to that of the same month in 2012.
Sales of the GMC Acadia crossover have increased by 58 percent in November, while those of Cadillac gets 53 percent, stimulated with the ATS model, the new CTS and SRX. Sales of the Chevrolet Malibu sedan and those of Buick as a whole also advance, 11 and 22 percent, respectively.
Canadian car sales increased 3.5 percent in November, 56,911, while those of light trucks have increased by 8.8 percent, 76,949.
A number of Japanese brands have also made progress in the last month, while Subaru, Nissan and Mitsubishi have seen their sales increase by more than 10 percent. South Korean manufacturers Kia and Hyundai have however seen their fall.
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