September saw an even steeper drop, 18.8%, in Class 8 truck deliveries in Canada (25 days both periods), adding to the 16.1% fall in August sales. The continued slide nullifies hot results from earlier in the year that had year-to-date sales pacing ahead of 1999. But September drags calendar 2000 down to 1.0% below like-1999, with sales of 22,385 units compared to 22,603. Class 8 sales totaled 2,194 for the month, with International Truck and Engine Corp. (Navistar) the only heavy-truck ...

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