Canada light-vehicle sales declined slightly in March from the same year-ago month after recording four straight increases. Sales totaled 144,364, for a daily selling rate of 5,552 units, less than 1% below March 2004’s 5,595 – 26 selling days both periods. However, sales in the first quarter ended at 325,785, 1.8% ahead of like-2004’s 320,099. (See related data: Ward’s Canada Light Vehicle Sales by Brand) The Big Three, including their foreign brands, recorded a sales decline of 2.5%, ...
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