A 61.3% jump in Class 5 deliveries and a minor swell in Class 6 offset declines in the remaining three big-truck segments, leaving Canada to record a 0.7% shortfall in July, according to Ward’s data. Medium- and heavy-duty truck sales totaled 3,289, which exceeded like-2007’s mark of 3,056. The shortfall results from the difference in selling days: 26 this year, 24 in 2007. Through July, total big-truck sales dropped 2.2%, compared with the first seven months of last year. Class 5 ...
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