Double-digit losses by Honda, Toyota and General Motors contributed mightily to July’s negative sales showing in Canada. Dominant players in the market, the auto makers recorded a combined shortfall of 9,069 units, compared with like-2010. Canada’s light-vehicle deliveries slipped 1.4% on a 7,542-unit deficit. Sales totaled 140,961, according to Ward’s data, which is adjusted for selling days. Honda deliveries plummeted 21.2%, its fourth consecutive year-over-year decline, while ...

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