Daimler AG’s Freightliner brand led Class 8 with deliveries surging 56.8% vs. year-ago, for a nearly 9% increase in market share. However, Daimler’s Western Star, fell 52.4%, marking Class 8’s biggest decline. Medium-duty sales plunged 40.1% in August, with Classes 6 and 7 each falling 45.1%, compared with year-ago. Related document: <I>Ward’s</I> U.S. Truck Sales by Weight Class Isuzu Motors Ltd. and Nissan Diesel were the only Class 7 truck makers to see sales rise, ...

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