Due to lower than expected car sales, light-vehicle deliveries in Canada dropped in the second quarter to 187,082 units, or an average of 7,195 on each of 26 selling days. Compared with the 7,490 units sold each of 27 selling days last year, on volume of 202,236, June’s total was down 3.9%. The loss in June LV volume was caused by an 16.2% decline in car sales, totaling 51,010 compared with like-2018’s 63,221. June was the 23rd consecutive month of car sales decline from the ...

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