April saw Canada light-vehicle sales decline from year-ago for the second straight month. It was the fourth downturn in the last six months and the first time since September 2001 that deliveries declined in consecutive months. Sales totaled 149,817 in April, for a daily selling rate of 5,933. That’s 9.0% below year-ago’s 6,588 – 25 selling days both periods. April’s results follow a 1.3% drop in March. Year-to-date sales are now down 7.1% from like-2002; 492,106 vs. 524,450. (see ...
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