November sales of medium- and heavy-duty trucks in Canada continued a downward trend which now spans five months. Class 4-8 sales fell 25.8% to 2,807 units, compared to 3,785 in November 1999 (26 selling days, both months). This decline is steeper than October's decrease, which saw sales drop 17.3%. The sales spiral contributed to a year-to-date decline of 6.4% compared to the first 11 months of 1999. Through November this year, Class 4-8 sales were 39,421, compared to 42,111 in ...

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