Automakers sold 1.92 million vehicles in Canada in 2019, and 74 per cent of those were light trucks, up three percentage points over 2018. DesRosiers Automotive Consultants in Toronto isn't sure when the migration from cars to trucks will end.
Two major U.S. players are leading the charge to convenient, Uber-style at-home auto-maintenance and repair services, and the trend is encouraging automobile dealerships to consider getting into the game.
Some of the country’s top auto executives will address critical issues facing the industry at the upcoming fourth annual Automotive News Canada Congress, Feb. 13 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. The afternoon event is open to all industry professionals.