June sales of medium- and heavy-duty trucks in Canada fell by 18.1%, steeper than the trend set in the year-to-date sales pace, which was off by 13.1%. Only one weight class posted positive momentum, while the rest of the industry was steeped in red ink. See related data: June 2002 Canada GVW Sales Sales of Class 5 trucks rose 13% during the month, with Hino Diesel Trucks Inc. posting the largest gain ending at 81 units, up 40.2% from June 2001. MitsubishiFUSO Truck Inc., General Motors ...
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