April sales of medium- and heavy-duty trucks in Canada remain off-pace, but help close the gap with year-ago results. The 2,752 units sold last month mark a 5.5% fall from year-prior, while total annual sales are off 13.7% from like-2001. It’s an improvement from the end of March when sales trailed by 17.3%. Medium-duty (Classes 4-7) truck sales rose 19.5% in April from year-prior, though still off 6.2% for the year. Class 7 led April’s rebound, with a 49.0% increase, with International ...
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