Canada dealers started 2019 delivering 109,267 light-vehicle sales, or an average 4,371 on each of 25 selling days, 6.5% below last year’s 116,909 units, or 4,676 sold over the same number of selling days last year. The loss in January LV volume was caused by an 11.3% decline in car sales, totaling to 27,560 compared with like-2018’s 31,067. January marked the 18th consecutive month of losses after a 3.2% drop last month. Honda took the No.1 spot last month with 18.0% of the ...

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