Continuing a market decline that began in September, Canada’s light-vehicle sales rate last month slumped to its lowest level – 2,949 vehicles – since hitting 2,748 in January 1996, according to Ward’s data. Last month’s deliveries of 76,682 light vehicles were 28.2% short of year-ago’s total and 21.8% behind December. Car sales dropped 33.2% while light-truck demand dwindled only 23.4%. CUVs were the strongest segment, with only a 14.6% decline. Related document: ...

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