Truck sales pick up the slack from dwindling car sales.
Increase comes as truck sales grow 11% to total 1,087,581 units, while cars slipped slightly; Ford claims top sales title.
A gain in truck sales outpaced a drop in car sales.
Ford remains #1 despite a 2.3% sales decline; Toyota, Hyundai lag others.
Achieved by electricity, natural gas cost cuts and an automated heating, ventilation system.
Automaker to go it alone and will be weighing future investment against competitive factors.
Dias is concerned Ontario has lost an opportunity to secure its manufacturing sector in the long-term.
Overall Canadian sales were 105,693 vehicles for the month, up from 103,226 in February 2013.
The automaker sold 17,698 vehicles in Canada last month, up from 17,013 in January 2013.
Analysts suggest if sales continue at their current pace, 2013 will be a record year for auto sales, topping 1.7 million units.
Automotive sales are great, but investment is going south.
Automaker will factory-install SiriusXM satellite radio in an unspecified number of its cars.
Peter Kennedy, CAW’s secretary treasurer, says there’s potential for a strike at all three.
Locked up wheels and leaking power steering fluid have caused safety problems for Chrysler customers.
Temporary work stoppage the result of contract talks at local supplier.