Vehicle sales in Canada increased for the eighth consecutive month in January, with trucks outselling cars for the ninth time since first doing it in December 1996 (see data p.2). Canada vehicle sales — including estimates for some medium- and heavy-duty trucks that will be revised later this month — totaled 93,907 in January for a daily selling rate (DSR) of 3,756, 8.4% above same-month 1999 (25 selling days both periods). Both cars and trucks increased about the same over like-1999, by ...
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