May sales of 3,055 medium- and heavy-duty trucks in Canada fell 6.6%, but the year-to-date shortfall of 12%, compared with like-2001, is a slight improvement over last month when year-to-date sales were off 13.7%. Medium-duty (Class 4-7) truck sales rose an impressive 83.9%, with the bulk of the 355 sales from Ford Motor Co. Conversely, Class 5 sales of 312 units reflect a drop of 17.9% for the month. Class 6 fared worse, with monthly sales 52% off the pace and only 98 sold. The big ...
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