4 May 2011

April car sales surge in Canada

Canada motorists sure do love their cars, as two recent sales reports from Kia and Subaru attest.

According to Kia Canada, April was the best month ever for car sales in the country, as more than 6,000 vehicles were sold for the first time in the 11 years it’s been serving the region.

“It is quite evident that Canadians continue to embrace our world-class design, technology and safety while appreciating the benefit of our fuel efficient vehicle lineup,” said Maria Soklis, vice president and chief operating officer for Kia Canada.

Not to be outdone was fellow Asian car manufacturer Subaru. The Japanese auto company performed well in Canada last month, as units sold surpassed 2,900 – a near 10 percent increase compared to the same month last year.

Shiro Ohta, president and CEO of SCI, attributed the sales jump to the strength of the dealer network in the country.

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