November’s big-truck sales in Canada declined 27.4% on a daily rate basis, breaking a string of steep monthly year-over-year losses. Makers of Class 4-8 trucks sold 1,815 units last month, compared with 2,599 year-ago. While the sector remains down sharply, November’s performance comes as cold comfort after consecutive months of plus-40% declines. Related document: Canada Truck Sales by Weight Class - November 2009 Class 5 sales fared the worst, with deliveries plunging 30% to 296 ...

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