Light-vehicle sales in Canada dropped 21.2% in December based on daily sales rates, as total volume for the month of 94,334 vehicles paled in comparison with like-2007’s 119,739. Although light trucks outsold cars overall, small cars took the spotlight as the best-selling segment in December. The month’s results pushed 2008’s sales total to 1,634,170 vehicles, trailing 2007’s 1,650,562 tally by only 1.0%. While small cars and cross/utility vehicles were the most preferred by buyers, ...
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