Despite a 140.7% hike in Class 4 sales, medium- and heavy-duty trucks in Canada fell a combined 37.5% last month, continuing a year-long trend that has seen the larger trucks severely impacted by tougher emissions requirements that pulled sales into 2006. Class 8 deliveries fell 45.9% in November to 1,738 units, with Freightliner LLC’s Sterling brand seeing the smallest decline (9.3%) and its Freightliner brand posting the biggest drop (62.4%). Related document: <i>Ward's</i> ...
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