Canada best selling cars in 2019 was dominated again by the iconic Ford F-Series which dominate the market since over 40 years and is able to further hit the best ever market share. In second the always successful Ram Pick-up ahead of the best passenger car, the Toyota RAV4 which hit its record share at 3.4%.
USA best selling Cars ranking in 2019 confirmed for the 45th year the Ford F-Series. leadership keeping the record share obtained in the previous year. The surprise is the advance in second place, first time ever, of the Ram pick-up which ran at the new record share, ahead of the Chevrolet Silverado. Two pickups battled for the leadership among car passenger with the Toyota RAV4 prevailing over the Honda CR-V.
Mexico Cars Market in 2019 has lost terrain for the third year in a row. Indeed, Full-year sales in 2019 were 1.317.937, down 7.6%. Nissan dominated with 20.1% of share, while Ford ended the year below 5% share, losing half of the quota since the 2010.
Canada Auto Sales in 2019 was moderately negative, signing the second annual decline in a string. Indeed, light vehicles Total sales in 2019 have been 1.928.791, down 3.7% from the previous year. Ram impressed (+13.8%) while several brands declined in double-digits, including Chevrolet, Mazda, Dodge, Dodge, Mini and Infiniti.
USA vehicles sales in 2019 maintained the moderately declining trend, but keeping the full year registrations above 17 million units. Indeed, the full year ended with 17.076.024 units sold, down 1.5% from the previous year. Ford and Chevrolet kept losing terrain, ending at the lower market share in the decade.
Mexico best selling cars ranking in the 2018 with the Nissan Versa leader again, but with a negative trend, followed by the Chevrolet Aveo with a great performance, and the Chevrolet Beat. The top SUV is the Honda CR-V ranking 10th, despite losing 14.8% of sales
Mexico Cars Market has lost 7.1% in 2018 confirming the decline with actually 20 months of consecutive fall. Nissan on top of the list is losing share and now is at 21%, 4 points down in two years while BAIC is the first Chinese brand landed in the country, with 2.000 sales.