Compared with 26 selling days in 2017, April ended with 24 days for Canadian truck makers, who sold 4,554 units, well above year-ago’s 3,484, a 41.6% spike. Class 8 sales skyrocketed 62.6% with gains posted by all makers. Market leader Freightliner grew 60.6% from 628 to 931 units. Sister brand Western Star followed suit with a 29.9% surge. Volvo Truck saw the greatest growth in the group, up 147.3%. Compared to the large gains by others in the class, International posted the smallest ...

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