November marks Canada’s poorest monthly sales performance in 2008, as deliveries fell 10.3% compared with like-2007, according to Ward’s data. Only April’s 8.2% decline comes close. Last month’s unit sales totaled 105,056 vs. 117,057 in like-2007. Car deliveries lagged year-ago by 11.5% during the month with double digit decreases in both midsize and large-car sales, while small-car demand remained flat. Light-truck sales fared better, slipping only 9.1% from year-ago. Lower gas prices ...

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