Canadian new-vehicle sales totaled 119,625 units in December, lagging year-ago’s tally of 126,217 by 5.2%. The performance wrapped up a sluggish fourth quarter that saw total deliveries of 357,412 fall 4.1% short of like-2006 levels. Still, calendar 2007 outpaced the previous year by a 2.4% margin, 1,650,448 vs. 1,612,460, as strong demand during the summer months was enough to offset the weaker first and last quarters. Brisk sales of light trucks during the year increased the segment ...
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