demandWhen we research and write about GMC Trucks in Canada, we like to look for overall topics from the world of trucks in general, and one topic for discussion that has been in the hot seat for sometime, is the lack of interest in trucks in general.  However, good news remains, according to your Thunder  Bay GMC Trucks Dealership in Canada, even with a noticeable decline in the number of pickups being sold in 2018, trucks remain big business in Canada.

In fact, from a market share perspective, pickup trucks are quite frankly more popular in Canada than south of the border. Pickups account for 20 per cent of Canadian auto sales and 19 per cent in the U.S., so although these numbers are close, both are on the low side and the US is actually less interested in trucks than their northern neighbor, Canada.  What do the trends look like in general, when it comes to GMC Trucks in Thunder Bay?  Well, pickup truck momentum is slowing, but not dead in Canada, minivan popularity is bottoming out entirely, and passenger cars are shrinking in abundance as well.  What is on the rise are SUV and crossover demands.  These units have basically prevented the market from crashing in 2018.

This, from our recent research on behalf of your GMC Truck sales in Canada, tells us the following, “Total vehicle sales through the first 10 months of 2018 was down just two per cent, a marginal decrease made more tolerable by a nine-per-cent improvement in SUV/crossover volume. That SUV increase includes nearly 29,000 sales — roughly four per cent of total utility vehicle demand…”  If you want to look into a truck from Canada, however, the supply is there as the demand has not entirely diminished. You will want to look for the details of what’s available at your local new and used GMC Trucks Dealership in Thunder Bay Ontario today.