(Reuters) - Ford Motor Co was Canada's top auto seller in May, the company said on Monday, as brisk demand for new trucks more than offset a decline in car sales.
Ford said Canadian sales rose 0.5 percent last month compared to a year earlier, as total vehicle sales hit 32,490 in May, up from 32,338 last year.
Truck sales climbed 4.6 percent to 23,537 vehicles, while car sales fell 8.9 percent to 8,953 vehicles.
So far this year, Ford said its Canadian vehicle sales are up 5.7 percent over the same period in 2012. Truck sales are up 7.3 percent and car sales are 1.2 percent higher year-to-date
I also read that China sales are starting to take off.
Booming in CA.....No DummyRats here...........just hard working, independent, intelligent family workers.