October light-vehicle sales in Canada crept up 5.9% compared with like-2010, ending a 3-month streak of year-over-year declines. As in the U.S., European auto makers shone brightest, on a percentage basis, with a 12.2% gain on 12,819 deliveries. North American OEMs were close behind with a 9.5% jump, while Asian auto makers – hampered by poor results from Nissan and Honda – barely edged into positive sales territory with a 1.5% bump. Nissan and Honda suffered setbacks of 10.7% and ...
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