For this comparison, I had to estimate sales in Australia by subtracting commercial vehicles and I'm satisfied with the result. Just over a million sales were achieved as an average for the last seven years, compared to the Canadian total of one and three quarter million.
Despite that, JLR is stronger in Australia and it's down to Land Rover. Australians prefer SUVs so hardly surprising. The last two years Jaguar has been almost identical in volume between the two countries.
Australia: Since 2010, JLR has taken 0.95% of total sales, a good result. Jaguar's share is 12.5% but the arrival of the F-Pace has clearly had an impact in 2016.
Canada: JLR are not so popular here, with 0.39% of the total. What is evident is the improvement over this period. There has been close to a four fold increase. Jaguar's share is 19.4%.
Summary: JLR has grown nicely in both places, with Canada slighty closing the gap.
Data source: VFACTS (Aus) & DesRosiers (Can).
Picture source: Netcarshow.