Canadian vehicle sales continued to flourish in May, as deliveries increased 5.9% to 185,039 units from year-ago’s 168,004. May’s sales gain, based on 26 selling days and a daily selling rate (DSR) of 7,117 units, primarily was due to a 12.4% surge in light-truck deliveries. Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd. (Subaru) and Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. were the only two manufacturers to see a decline in May light-truck sales, as most other makers enjoyed double-digit growth. Passenger-car sales rose a mere ...
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