Big-truck sales in Canada jumped 17.3% in September on a daily-rate basis, as both the medium- and heavy-duty sectors enjoyed solid double-digit gains, Ward’s data shows. The performance reverses a 5.9% slide in August. Class 8 deliveries hit 2,145 units during the month, up 16.3% from year-ago’s 1,921, as only PACCAR Inc. failed to better its like-2007 results. International Truck and Engine Corp. led the category with a 38.3% rise, followed closely by Volvo Trucks North America’s ...

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