DETROIT – Canada sales of new light vehicles slowed in April but the market still recorded its seventh straight increase over the same year-ago month. After six consecutive double-digit gains, April sales increased 2.9% to a daily selling rate of 6,586 – 25 selling days – compared with like-2001’s 6,400 over 23 selling days. Actual volume totaled 164,638 units, bringing year-to-date sales to 909,522, 12.2% ahead of year-ago. Part of the reason for the slowed growth is a comparison with ...
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