Detroit auto makers dominated the July sales picture in Canada with a combined 17.8% gain over like-2009, while their competitors from Asia and Europe suffered single-digit losses. Domestic OEMs might have shown greater improvement had overall volume-leader Ford of Canada Ltd. reversed its 3.1% decline on 27,347 deliveries, according to Ward’s data. Total light-vehicle sales in Canada ticked up 2.1% on 148,194 deliveries. There were 27 selling days last month, compared with 26 in July ...
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