Vehicle sales held steady in Canada during January, as combined car and truck deliveries — including preliminary estimates for some mediums and heavies — hit 97,036, down only 0.7% from like-2000's 93,927 on a daily rate basis (26 days this year, 25 in 2000). Passenger car sales reached 48,945 units, a 2.2% rise on year-ago's 46,041, a gain led by the Asian (up 12.3%) and European (up 5.0%) brands (see p.4 for data). Big Three car sales slipped 3.9%, mostly a result of the 16.2% plunge at ...
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