DETROIT – It was more of the same in November for commercial truck makers, as combined sales of medium- and heavy-duty models fell to 23,384 units, down 18.3% from like-2000 on a daily rate basis. See related data Class 8 truck deliveries dipped 19.2% on a volume of 9,906 for the month. International Truck and Engine Corp. (Navistar) outperformed the market, with sales down only 5.4%, as did Freightliner Corp., whose three brands combined for an 11.4% decline from year-ago. Hardest hit ...

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