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Top 20 Sellers - Canada

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(from Auto123)

For whatever reasons, the best-selling models across Canada for the first eight month of the year (according to DesRosiers' calculations) are as follows (with 2004's results in brackets):

1) Ford F-Series 49,113 (49,045, 0.1 percent)
2) Honda Civic Sedan/Coupe 46,131 (43,710, 5.5 percent)
2 Dodge Caravan 46,100 (47,280, -2.5 percent)
4) Mazda3 38,322 (32,426, 18.2 percent)
5) Toyota Corolla 32,188 (31,773, 1.3 percent)
6) GMC Sierra 27,212 (26,485, 2.7 percent)
7) Chevrolet Silverado 26,002 (25,033, 3.9 percent)
8) Dodge Ram Pickup 25,477 (28,135 -9.4 percent)
9) Toyota Echo 22,754 (21,559, 5.5 percent)
10) Ford Focus 19,647 (20,919, -6.1 percent)
11) Honda Accord 16,730 (17,911, -6.6 percent)
12) Pontiac Sunfire 16,204 (22,969 -29.5 percent)
13) Toyota Matrix 15,981 13,485 18.5 percent)
14) Ford Escape/Hybrid 15,271 (14,165, 7.8 percent)
15) Chevrolet Uplander 15,214 (n.a.)
16) Chevrolet Cobalt 14,744 (n.a.)
17) Pontiac Montana SV6 13,945 (n.a.)
18) Ford Freestar 11,727 (15,294, -23.3 percent)
19) Toyota Camry 13,309 (13,471, -1.2 percent)
20) Honda CR-V 10,807 (10,176, 6.2 percent)
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It isn't just the Silverado. Look at the numbers the F-150 is tracking to do. Ford will probably sell close to a million pickups in the U.S. - here they would be lucky to do 65,000 units. The Pontiac-Buick-GMC dealer network in Canada is stronger than what was the Olds-Chevrolet unit. If you look at American numbers, the Silverado and Cavalier both way outsold their Pontiac/GMC counterparts. This is part of what the dealers in Canada have been trying to get through Oshawa's head: Chevrolet rules south of the border, but here it is just another "import."
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