DETROIT -- Canada new vehicle sales in November, aided by some 0% financing programs similar to those in the U.S., posted a strong increase but still left the industry slightly trailing 2000’s pace, when entire-year sales hit a record high. Total vehicle sales numbered 132,060 units, for a daily selling rate (DSR) of 5,079 – 26 selling days – 12.4% above November 2000’s pace over 27 selling days. That left the year-to-date total at 1.462 million units, 0.6% below 11-months 2000, meaning ...

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