Canada’s big-truck market showed more strength in January than in recent months but remained on the soft side. Total medium- and heavy-duty deliveries slipped to 1,662, trailing like-2009’s 1,898 by 5.1%, according to Ward’s data. Related document: Ward’s Canada Truck Sales by Weight Class – January 2010 Except for Class 7, every segment suffered declines. The steepest occurred in Class 4 and Class 6 at 30.1% and 24.9%, respectively. While the performance was well above prior-month, ...

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