Canada sales declined for the fifth consecutive month in February, thanks to the downturn in Big Three deliveries. Nearly every other company recorded a gain over year-ago (see data p.2). Including preliminary estimates for some medium- and heavy-duty trucks, February vehicle sales totaled 89,166. That equates to a daily selling rate (DSR) of 3,715 (24 selling days), 5.9% below like-2000 (25 selling days). Light vehicles posted a DSR of 3,620, 5.2% below February 2000's 3,818. Cars were ...
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