The Canadian medium- and heavy-duty truck market bounced back in October, as combined Class 4-8 sales rose 7.4% from year-ago, reversing a 1.6% slide in September. Combined, medium- and heavy-truck sales rose to 3,780 units in October, up from 2,980 in like-1998. Class 4-7 sales, alone, jumped 14.2% to 835 units, from 549 in October 1998. All segments showed gains, with Class 5 up 210.3% to 162 units, Class 6 rising 11.7% to 127 and Class 7 up 10.6% to 546. (No Class 4 trucks are sold in ...

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