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YEAR USA CANADA
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2015 1,277 145

2016 1,227 175

2017 1,609 249

2018 1,525 195

2019 217



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YEAR USA CANADA
Year Total Total

2015 1,277 145

2016 1,227 175

2017 1,609 249

2018 1,525 195

2019 217



Any way to break that down into the individual variants?
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Year Total Total CDN%

2015 1,2 77 145 11.3%

2016 1,227 175 14.3%

2017 1,609 249 15.5%

2018 1,525 195 12.8%

2019 217

Well it looks like us Canadians are doing way more than out share of buying those AMG GT's. We only have 10% of the population of the US, and we are punching way above our weight in the high end of AMG buying. And we have snow half the year!

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I asked the same question but no one had any answers. I would think the GTS would be the largest cut and GT-R the smallest but other than that, who knows?
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YEAR USA CANADA
Year Total Total CDN%

2015 1,2 77 145 11.3%

2016 1,227 175 14.3%

2017 1,609 249 15.5%

2018 1,525 195 12.8%

2019 217

Well it looks like us Canadians are doing way more than out share of buying those AMG GT's. We only have 10% of the population of the US, and we are punching way above our weight in the high end of AMG buying. And we have snow half the year!

The instructors @ the AMG Driving Academy Canada told us that Canadians buy the highest number of AMG’s per capita in the world.

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Thanks for sharing! What is the source of this info?
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probably goodcarbadcar ...
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YEAR USA CANADA
Year Total Total CDN%

2015 1,2 77 145 11.3%

2016 1,227 175 14.3%

2017 1,609 249 15.5%

2018 1,525 195 12.8%

2019 217

Well it looks like us Canadians are doing way more than out share of buying those AMG GT's. We only have 10% of the population of the US, and we are punching way above our weight in the high end of AMG buying. And we have snow half the year!

Better educational system = better taste in cars? Some PhD student needs to study this! lol
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but there is no sub model breakdown. They list total GTS sold of all variants.
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You rich Canadians! How do you do it with your health care system and your comfy prisons? You must be doing something right.
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You rich Canadians! How do you do it with your health care system and your comfy prisons? You must be doing something right.
Something like this I think. We put way, way less people in prisons, so that saves a ton of money which can be used to pay for part of the health care system. Incarceration rate of the US is 655 per 100,000 population of all ages, the incarceration rate of Canada is 114 per 100,000 (as of 2015), England and Wales is 146 per 100,000 (as of 2016), and Australia is 160 per 100,000 (as of 2016). So the US puts almost 6 times more people in prison per capita than Canada, due to much a lower crime rate.

And the health care system is non profit (aka Medicare for all?), paid for via income taxes, with all health care provider's salaries determined by scales, and there are no health care insurance companies that take a profit, no companies like United Health on the stock market, etc, etc. The United States spends much more money on healthcare than Canada, on both a per-capita basis and as a percentage of GDP. In 2006, per-capita spending for health care in Canada was US$3,678; in the U.S., US$6,714, so close to double. The U.S. spent 15.3% of GDP on healthcare in that year; Canada spent 10.0%. And Canadians even live slightly longer than Americans. In terms of population health, life expectancy in 2006 was about two and a half years longer in Canada, with Canadians living to an average of 79.9 years and Americans 77.5 years.

Maybe it's our cold winters!
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