Canadian Auto Sales for Detroit Three and Japan’s top Three Auto Makers Rise 7.4 Percent in June
For June 2016, the big three automakers of Detroit, Ford, GM and Fiat Chrysler as well as the largest auto makers of Japan, Nissan, Toyota and Hoda posted higher Canadian sales on an annual basis. It gain is credited to the increasing demand for light trucks and along with boosted sales figures and one extra selling day in the month.
June sales across the auto industry touched new records in June, gaining 7.4 percent to 191,088 on an annual basis.
On Monday, Dennis DesRosiers a Canadian auto analyst said sales of vans, trucks and SUVs climbed fourteen percent. Sale of sedans however dropped 2.9 percent on an annual basis but on the whole the market got a boost.
Last month, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles reported 27,776 sales which was a boost of two percent compared to the same month last year.
FCA Canada said 152,439 vehicles were sold in the first half of the year which is record high for the company.
With a gain of eight percent compared to last year same time in June, General Motors delivered 26,045 vehicles. According to GM, its retail sales moved up nineteen percent in the previous month and six percent in first half of the
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