Nissan and Chrysler recorded year-over-year Canadian-market daily sales rate spikes of 40.2% and 26.8%, respectively, the largest of any volume auto makers in June, according to Ward’s data. The performances outpaced the industry’s 6.2% growth for the month, compared with like-2010, as market stalwarts Honda and Toyota suffered nosedives of 19.4% and 28.5%. Related document: Ward’s Canada Light Vehicle Sales by Brand and Company June 2011 Ford was the volume leader with 32,866 sales, ...
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