September marked another sluggish month for medium- and heavy-duty truck sales in Canada, as combined deliveries slid 25.1% from year-ago levels on a volume of 3,097 units. The Class 8 market was to blame, as a 37.8% decline in sales to 1,921 trucks offset a 12.5% hike in Class 4-7 deliveries to 1,176 units. Related document: Canada Truck Sales by Weight Class - September 2007 International Truck and Engine Corp. suffered a 17.4% drop – and that proved to be the best performance in the ...
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