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Increase in Canadian vehicle sales in October

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Canadian Car and truck sales increase

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Manufacturers appear even stronger domestic sales

Sales of cars and trucks in Canada last month were up 7.4 percent compared to October 2012 indicate compiled by DesRosiers Automotive Consultants data.

Sales of light vehicles were totaled 145,460 in October, up from 135,476 a year earlier, while Ford leads the way with a gain of more than ten percent.

The American manufacturer has sold 22,635 vehicles in October, compared to 20,561 a year earlier. "We are proud to have achieved the best sales month in more than 15 years," expressed by the presidente communicates and CEO of Ford of Canada, Dianne Craig.

Canadian sales of vehicles followed a frantic pace so far this year. According to DesRosiers, the industry sold 1,496,216 light vehicles in the first ten months of the year, up 3.8 percent compared to 1,441,014 units in the corresponding period of the previous year.

General Motors, which shows a gain of nearly ten percent, the second coming in October. GM reported Friday sales 20,503 vehicles last month, compared to 18,651 in October 2012. Builder said he recorded an increase in sales for its four brands, Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac for this month who has a business day more than last year.

Chrysler has realized the third best result, with sales of 18,007 vehicles, up from 17,333 a year earlier.

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