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Mercedes-Benz displays Canadian exclusive C63 AMG Affalterbach Edition at CIAS

Every so often we are reminded of how different the automotive industry is in the Great White North. Sometimes we get unique models and packages that aren't available in the United States. This year Mercedes-Benz is introducing the Canadian exclusive C63 AMG Affalterbach Edition, which first premiered at the 2011 Montreal International Auto Show. Now it's on display in Toronto.

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Canadian auto sales up 3.6% in January

Sales of new vehicles in Canada rose by 3.6 per cent in January 2011 compared with January 2010, with a decline in passenger cars offset by a rise in light truck sales.

“It was a decent start to the year and given the amount of incentive dollars at the end of 2010, I could argue that these sales represent a surprisingly positive start to the year,” DesRosiers said.

For full sales results, hit the jump.

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Canadian car dealers staying put

Despite the fact that Canadian car dealers feel their dealerships are decreasing in value, over 3/4 are committed to staying in the industry and are quite happy about the products they sell. This information has surfaced from the work done by PriceWaterhouse Coopers and Dennis DesRosiers Automotive Consultants.

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Auto production in Canada at 16-year low

Auto production in Canada slid by almost half a million cars and light trucks in 2008 to the lowest level in 16 years. In addition, analysts are predicting that 2009 output will also decline by at least another 10 percent.

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