Canadian light-vehicle sales slid 24.8% in February to 79,961 units, from year-ago’s 110,805, based on a daily selling rate. Chrysler LLC managed to outsell its Canadian competitors, despite a 23.6% drop in deliveries to 11,923 vehicles, from prior-year’s 16,332, squeaking past Ford Motor Co. of Canada with 11,942 units and General Motors of Canada Ltd. with 11,421. Related document: <em>Ward’s</em> Canada Light Vehicle Sales by Brand, February&nbsp;2009 Chrysler’s ...

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