Canada’s big-truck sales slipped 3% in March, but it would have been worse if not for solid performances by Class 8 competitors and medium-duty player Hino Motor Mfg. USA Inc. Recording a 14% jump compared with like-2009, Class 8 was the lone segment in positive sales territory. PACCAR Inc.’s Kenworth and Peterbilt brands led the way with new-truck deliveries of 327 and 191, respectively. Both totals were more than double the brands’ prior-year numbers. Related document: Canada Truck ...

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