DETROIT – Sales of medium- and heavy-duty trucks in Canada declined 22% in November to 2,171 units from the 2,782 Class 4-8 rigs sold during like-2000. The decline continues the industry’s downward trend in 2001 with sales of 28,887 -- off 26.6% through the first 11 months compared to year ago’s 39,342 delivery total (See related data ). Of the five big truck sectors, four posted declines in November. Deliveries of heavy-duty trucks totaled 1,228 units, a decline of 26.8% from the 1,678 ...

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