Canadian sales of medium- and heavy-duty trucks declined 16.2% in February to 3,000 units vs. year-ago's 3,578, Ward's data shows. Drops at all major manufacturers dragged Class 8 demand down 16.5% to 2,042 units, with PACCAR Inc.'s Kenworth brand posting the largest deficit of 36.0%, to 358 units, from prior-year's 559. Related document: <i>Ward's</i> Canada Truck Sales by Weight Class February 2007 An 18.8% increase in Western Star deliveries wasn't enough to offset the ...
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