September light-vehicle deliveries in Canada hit 173,532 units, or 6,941 on each of 25 selling days. Compared with the 7,189 units sold each of only 26 selling days last year, on volume of 186,924, September’s LV tally was down 3.5%. The 14th consecutive month of car sale losses was marked by September’s 9.0% plummet to 49,734 from year-ago’s 56,831. Honda remained No.1 for the third month with a mere 0.1% uptick and 16.5% market share. The Civic remained the top-selling ...

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