In stark contrast to the U.S. market, Canada’s September light-vehicle sales rose 5.9% on the strength of 133,940 deliveries vs. year-ago’s 131,721, according to Ward’s data. Month-to-month, however, as Canadian consumers reassess their transportation needs, the sales rate has continued to decline every month since May. September’s daily selling rate was 5,694. Though some analysts say Canada’s economy is slowing and consumers also face fluctuating gasoline prices, the country is less ...
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