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Source: Automotive News Data Center in Detroit, Mich.
*Reflects Aston Martin, Ferrari and Lotus sales.
** Reflects estimated sales.
FCA, Ford, Honda, Hyundai-Kia, trucks expostulate clever attention gain
UPDATED: 06/01/18 3:43 pm ET — Adds final total
Who says a automobile is dead? While Canadian new-vehicle sales in May were down usually 0.6 percent to 215,942, according to a Automotive News Data Center in Detroit, some of a longtime staples in a automobile shred some-more than hold their possess as consumers continue to change toward trucks.
The Ford Fusion, Toyota Camry, Honda Civic and Dodge Challenger all posted poignant sales increases while Ford’s F array and a Ram pickup had plain months, too, in a lorry segment.
Total new-vehicle sales by 5 months of 2018 are radically on standard with a same timeframe final year. So distant this year, automakers have sole 839,183 vehicles compared with 837,706 a year ago, good for a 0.2 percent increase.
Here’s a demeanour during how some of a automakers did in May:
JEEP BRIGHT SPOT FOR FCA
FCA Canada saw a sales dump 15 percent in May with usually a Jeep and Alfa Romeo brands posting gains.
Jeep sales were adult 8.3 percent, due in vast partial to sales of a redesigned Compass, that saw sales boost 47 percent to 1,594 units.
Wrangler sales were adult 25 percent to 1,772 units and a automaker sole 2,042 Cherokees, with a prices ignored adult to 15 percent in May. Cherokee sales finished a month adult 73 percent.
Alfa Romeo sales totalled 152 units, adult 123.5 percent.
But Chrysler, Dodge, and Ram all saw sales decrease 14.3, 30 and 16.1 percent, respectively.
Challenger sales surged 26 percent to 407 units as a final Demon rolled off a line in May. Ram pickup sales totalled 12,440 units, though were down 17 percent.
FORD DOWN DESPITE F SERIES
Ford Canada’s sales fell 3.1 percent overall, though a sales of a high-margin F array were a best on record for a month of May, while a Ford F array Super Duty saw best-ever sales for a second uninterrupted month. Ford sole 16,039 F-series trucks, adult 5 percent over May 2016.
Ford Focus sales were adult 7 percent with 1,202 units sold, including a 172 percent in a series of Ford Fusion Hybrid sole — nonetheless a automaker didn’t contend how many units it sold.
Toyota Canada’s sum sales were adult 0.9 percent in May, mutilated by slumping sales of a Lexus oppulance brand. It was some of a automaker’s flagship vehicles that kept it from posting a detriment when compared with a same month final year.
Lexus sales were off 8.3 percent though Toyota code sales were adult 1.9 percent.
Camry sales surged 26.9 percent to 1,610 units while Prius sales were adult 115 percent to 688 units. Yaris sales diminutive adult 25.7 percent to 886 vehicles. Corolla sales slipped 7.1 percent to 5,687 cars.
Overall, lorry sales were flat. However, Toyota sole 5,525 RAV4s, a automaker’s many renouned automobile by a initial 5 months of a year — an boost of 3.2 percent.
NISSAN UP SLIGHTLY
Nissan Canada sales inched adult 1.7 percent in May, especially due to Leaf and Qashqai sales.
While sales of a flagship Rogue were still clever from a automaker’s standpoint, they were down 0.6 percent to 4,145 units.
But Nissan sole 906 Leafs (up 642.6 percent) and 1,908 Qasqais (up 899 percent).
The renouned Pathfinder and Murano were down 41 and 13.9 percent in a lorry segment.
Meanwhile, oppulance code Infiniti saw sales penetrate 15.6 percent.
HYUNDAI, KIA DOWN
The Hyundai code slipped 8.9 percent in May when compared to a same month final year. And it’s year-to-date sales remained down 11.6 percent during 47,745 vehicles.
Meanwhile, Kia sales were also down in May, dropping 3.5 percent.
HONDA’S RECORD MAY
Honda Canada Inc. posted record May sales with 21,698 units sold. The Honda code set a possess record with 19,794 units sold.
The CR-V alone had a best May with 5,675 units sold. The renouned Civic remained a automaker’s tip automobile with 8,974 sold, an boost of 4.2 percent over final year. However, Accord sales fell 12.7 percent to 1,352 units.