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Two of the Big Three automakers in Canada, Ford and Chrysler, have displayed Wednesday increases seven percent of their auto sales for the month of August.
Ford of Canada sold 27 268 cars and trucks last month, while the Canadian division of Chrysler sold 21,932 light vehicles during the same period.
For Chrysler, it is a 45th consecutive month of growth from one year to another. Auto sales advance 20 percent, totaling 36,761 units since the beginning of the year.
The Ford Fiesta, whose sales rose by 84 per cent
was last year, and Fusion, with sales up 57 percent in August, led the charge for Ford.
The manufacturer also displays interesting increases for a number of other models, including the Ford Focus, Mustang and Taurus, with gains of 16, 13 and 40 percent.
In addition, Kia Canada has stated that it sold 7502 cars and trucks in August, down 2.3 percent compared to the same period last year.