Canadian light-vehicle deliveries in October lagged like-2007 by 2.4%, totaling 122,511 vehicles for a daily selling rate of 4,712 units, according to Ward’s data. Although passenger-car sales were relatively flat during the month, wavering only 1.0% behind year-ago, there was a strong demand for small cars and luxury models. Meanwhile, there was dwindling desire for both midsize and large cars. Cross/utility vehicle sales paced 5.8% ahead of last year, while SUV, van and pickup-truck ...
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