February sales of medium- and heavy-duty trucks in Canada trended upward from prior-month, but fell short of a year-over-year gain. Deliveries totaled 1,734 last month, compared with 1,774, in like-2009 for a 2.1% shortfall, according to Ward’s data. The results bettered prior-month’s tally of 1,662 sales, but extended the industry’s streak of declines to 17 consecutive months. A 15.5% surge in Class 8 deliveries derailed what could have been a severe downturn. Except for Class 5, where ...
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