Canada sales in March dropped for the second time this year, although the decline is in relation to record sales levels in 2002. Light-vehicle volume totaled 145,954, for a daily selling rate of 5,614 units, 1.2% below March 2002’s 5,684 (26 selling days both periods) (see related data: March 2003 Canada Light Vehicle Sales). March’s loss follows a 1% gain in February and an 18.4% decline in January. Year-to-date sales through March are off 6.1% from year-ago, which was the best ...

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