November vehicle sales in Canada fell for the second consecutive month from the same year-ago period. It was the first time since a three-month string ending in December 1998 that sales declined in consecutive months in Canada. But the recent downturns should not be enough to keep the country from posting a new calendar year record. Deliveries totaled 117,663 units in November, including estimates for some medium- and heavy-duty truck brands (see data p.2). That equals a daily selling rate ...
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