Australian Truck Sales dip 0.5% in April 2017

Isuzu comes out on top again with sales reversing overall decline…

Truck sales in Australia dropped by 0.3% in April 2017 according to the VFACTS industry summary released today.

In total, 2,509 heavy commercial vehicles were delivered in the month, down just 13 units on the same month in April 2016.

Sales overall across the first four months of the year were up 4%.

Some of the strongest results in the month were achieved by DAF, MAN, Mercedes-Benz and UD Trucks.

But the sales stars in the month were Dennis Eagle and Western Star.

April 2017 Truck Sales Data:

More April 2017 vehicle sales news/analysis to follow.

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