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Sales of new vehicles fell 6.0 percent in November

Sales of new motor vehicles have decreased by 6.0 per cent in Canada in November compared to October, reaching a 124,764 units, mainly due to the decline observed on the side of passenger cars built in North America.

In total, the number of new passenger cars sold in November fell 7.4 percent to settle at 63,170 units. Sales of passenger cars built in North America have declined 9.1 percent, while those built overseas sold has declined 5.2 percent.

For their part, sales of new trucks (which include minivans, sport utility vehicles, light and heavy trucks, vans and buses) decreased by 4.6 percent to 61,594 units a place in November.

Sales of all types of vehicles were down, stressed Statistics Canada Friday publishing these data, adding that the decline in November erases registered during the four previous months growth.

The number of new motor vehicles sold decreased in all provinces in November. Ontario, or sales declined by 5.8 percent, was primarily a cause of the decline.

The Quebec or monthly sales fluctuations were more stable in 2009, shows the smallest decline in November, 2.5 percent.

In New Brunswick, the decline was 8.3 percent.

In December, after the provisional data from the industry reported by Statistics Canada on Friday, the number of new motor vehicles sold increased by two percent.

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