Canada’s big-truck sales slide continues into its 13th month, albeit at a slower pace. March deliveries of medium- and heavy-duty trucks fell 3.3%, compared with 2007. But last month’s decline vs. year-ago was nearly three times greater at 9.7% While Class 4, 5 and 6 trucks recorded double-digit gains, their results were overshadowed by shortfalls of 21.8% and 9.5% in the higher-volume Class 7 and 8 segments, respectively. Hino Motor Mfg. USA Inc. sales led the Class 7 plunge with a ...
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