Canada’s big-truck sales remained in negative territory for a fifth consecutive month with a year-over-year shortfall of 34.4% in February, according to Ward’s data. Medium- and heavy-duty sales totaled 1,774 units, down from 2,185 in February 2008. As in January, Class 6 bucked the downward trend. While all other segments suffered double-digit declines last month vs. like-2008, Class 6 sales soared 70% on the strength of 111 deliveries. Sales of Class 8 trucks, the highest-volume ...

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