March was another stellar month for medium and heavy truck sales in Canada, which rose a combined 11.1% on year-ago to 3,718 units. That gain came despite a flat Class 8 market, which declined less than 1% to 2,780 units. PACCAR Inc. (Kenworth and Peterbilt) was the segment's shining star, with sales rising 44.4% for the month. Class 4-7 combined jumped 66.6% in March, thanks to a 24.1% rise in Class 7 sales and Ford Motor Co.'s offerings in the Class 4 sector. Through the first ...
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