Auto makers are coming to a startling realization: Not only is Canada a separate country from the U.S., but its consumers have different buying patterns when it comes to cars and trucks. More than a border divides the two. There is a different mindset in Canada, driven by affordability and geography, and manifesting itself in attitudes toward new vehicles. For starters, affordability is a greater issue in Canada where taxation is higher; the Canadian dollar is weaker and gasoline more ...

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