January U.S. sales of medium- and heavy-duty trucks finished in positive territory, marking the industry’s first year-over-year increase in more than three years. Total big-truck deliveries numbered 15,898, up 10.6% from like-2009’s 15,573, according to Ward’s data. Related document: Ward’s U.S. Truck Sales by Inventory and Weight Class – January 2010 The last time the industry saw such a spike was December 2006. Only Class 4 trucks finished the month in the red, down 16.9% compared ...

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