Canadian light-vehicle sales in March rocketed more than 52.3% over February, as deliveries averaged 5,100 units on each of 25 days, up from 3,339 during the prior month’s 24 days. It marked the first time since September the daily sales rate topped 5,000 units and the first time in 2009 it exceeded 4,000 units. Overall, the sales rate fell 15.1% vs. year-ago, a welcome outcome after three straight months of 20%-plus year-over-year declines. General Motors of Canada Ltd., which had ...

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