DETROIT -- Canada light-vehicle sales surged above year-ago figures in January to start 2002 with a lead of some 15,000 units over last year, the country’s best year on record. The daily selling rate of 4,398 units was 16.3% ahead of January 2001 – 25 selling days both periods – and marks the fourth straight month sales increased over the same year-ago period. See related data Individually, cars were up 15.4%, and light trucks beat last year by 17.2%. After falling below a 50% share ...
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