Daimler trucks performed poorly in December.
Canada’s medium- and heavy-truck market slowed further in December, as daily sales slipped 1.5% from like-2011. Though truck deliveries for full-2012 increased 1.2% over prior-year, December’s decline marked the third consecutive month of losses, WardsAuto data shows. Combined Class 4-8 volume totaled 3,204 units in December, down from 3,514 in like-2011 and lower than 3,319 in November. Class 7 suffered a 30.0% slide, the worst-performing of all segments in the month. ...
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