Big-truck deliveries in the U.S. trailed year-ago 32.9%, with 26,754 units sold vs. 41,517 in like-2006, suggesting a hangover from the last year when companies bought new vehicles ahead of new emissions regulations. Related document: U.S. Truck Sales and Inventory by Weight Class - July 2007 Class 8 deliveries led the slide, down 53% to 10,084 from prior-year’s 22,336. All truck makers in the group, except for a 2.2% gain by Freightliner LLC’s Sterling brand, posted declines. The Volvo ...
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