Medium- and heavy-duty truck sales dipped 1.6% in September in Canada compared to the same period in 1998, as combined deliveries hit 3,663 units. Combined deliveries through the first nine months of the year, however, are running 5.3% of the same year-ago period. Class 8 sales totaled 2,722 for the month, continuing to outpace like-1998. Freightliner Corp. and Paccar Inc. led the way. Both truck companies continued to increase their market share, while companies such as Navistar ...

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