The malaise that has dogged inventory-strappped Japanese auto makers in Canada appears to have spread to the competition. September light-vehicle sales in Canada totaled 133,945 for a 0.7% dip compared with like-2010, according to WardsAuto data. It was that market’s third consecutive month of decline. Through the first nine months of the year, Canada’s LV deliveries were tracking 1.4% ahead of like-2010. September’s 1.7% uptick in light-truck demand, compared with like-2010, helped ...
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