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Sales of GM and Chrysler have increased in Canada

Sales of Chrysler Canada and General Motors of Canada climbed in November. Chrysler shows the largest increase, with a gain of 13 per cent, having sold 19,206 vehicles compared to 17,013 in the same month last year.

The automaker attributed the gain to the launch of its 2014 model Jeep Cherokee, including 1,285 units were sold in the first month of availability.

Levels of sales records were also established for trucks Chrysler Town & Country and Ram, while passenger car sales have won nine percent, which has allowed Chrysler to know its best November 2001.

For its part, General Motors says its dealers Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac were sold last month 17,482 vehicles, a higher result of nearly one percent to that of the same month in 2012.

GMC Acadia sales have increased by 58 percent this month, while those of Cadillac gets 53 percent, stimulated with the Cadillac ATS, the new Cadillac CTS and Cadillac SRX. Sales of Chevrolet Malibu and Buick also Total advance, 11 and 22 percent respectively.

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