Canada new auto sales sag in Oct, but still robust


TORONTO, Dec 17 (Reuters) - Passenger car sales in Canada fell 4.9 percent in October from September, Statistics Canada said on Monday. Overall, 137,501 new vehicles were purchased in October, Statscan said. That's down from 139,410 in September, but still above the 136,386 units sold in October 2006. October's decline from September was the second largest monthly drop recorded in 2007. "After generally rising since late 2005, sales of new motor vehicles have trended downwards in the ...

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