Medium- and heavy-duty truck sales in Canada fell 9.7% in February vs. year-ago, according Ward’s data, which is adjusted for sales days. But it could have been worse. Boosted by Chrysler and Daimler Trucks North America brands, Class 5 truck sales jumped 22.4% in the month. With 440 deliveries, compared with year-ago’s 345, it was the only segment to show improvement. Related document: <i>Ward’s</i> Canada Truck Sales by Weight Class February&nbsp;2008 Chrysler’s ...

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