Canada’s September vehicle sales recorded their biggest year-over-year decline in nearly three years, probably exacerbated by the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks in the U.S. It also was the second consecutive downturn after the industry posted four straight increases. September sales totaled 127,280 units, for a daily selling rate (DSR) of 5,303 — 24 selling days — 9.5% below year-ago (see data p.2). It was the largest drop since a 20.6% falloff in December 1998. Light-vehicle sales recorded a ...
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