Canadian auto makers sold 8.1% more new-light vehicles on a daily selling rate basis in April than in March, and 2.5% more than from year-ago, according to Ward’s data. April deliveries totaled 159,391 units, compared with 149,517 in like-2010 and 153,119 in March. Related document: Canada Light Vehicle Sales – April 2011 Ford was the top-seller at 24,978 units, up 3.2% from year-ago. Chrysler, basking in an 18.6% sales gain, drove General Motors from the No.2 slot for April, with LV ...

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