General Motors is feeling the chill in Canada. The longtime market leader fell behind both Ford and Toyota in November sales. It was the fourth month this year that Ford outsold GM -- and the first time ever for Toyota.
GM's sales tumbled 30 percent to 14,983. Cadillac sales rose 24 percent to 499, but every other GM brand was down.Ford's sales fell 1 percent to 16,379, while Toyota's jumped 26 percent to 16,112.
For the first 11 months of the year, GM still leads the pack with 233,837 sales, down 30 percent from 2008. Ford trails GM by 20,963 sales — but it's up 4 percent for the year at 212,874.
Through November, sales for the entire Canadian auto industry fell 3 percent to 1,349,608. To see the latest numbers on Canada sales, visit autonews.com/canadasales.