TORONTO - Chrysler Canada says it sold three per cent more vehicles in October than it did in the same month a year ago, giving the automaker its 35th consecutive month of year-over-year sales growth.
Chrysler said vehicle sales totalled 17,504 last month, up from 17,049 in October 2011.
Increases in passenger car sales drove the increase, with sales of 2,693 vehicle, up by 345 vehicles from the 2,348 it sold in the same month a year ago.
Truck sales rose by 110 vehicles to 14,811 from 14,701.
”Chrysler Canada has experienced tremendous passenger car sales growth throughout 2012,” said chief operating officer Dave Buckingham.