Despite a December respite, Canadian light-vehicle sales reached a record 1,739,480 units in 2013, topping the country’s 11-year-old benchmark of 1,699,884 delivered in 2002 by 40,000 vehicles, or 2.3%. Compared with the 1,672,132 LVs sold in 2012, last year’s tally was up 4.0%. Favorable finance rates and a strong economy in Western Canada were credited for boosting LV sales in 2013 despite the country’s lackluster overall economic performance and increasing consumer debt ...


To access this content simply register below now.
Registering is easy and allows you to:

  • Access all public content and newswire stories
  • Participate in forums
  • Comment on articles
  • Sign up for e-newsletters
  • And much more!

Already registered? here.