Sales of medium- and heavy-duty trucks in the U.S. totaled 21,613 units in February, down 0.6% on a daily rate basis from the 21,752 delivered during like-2002. That's the second straight monthly decline vs. previous year figures. Class 8 sales declined 5.9% in February. Heavy-duty (Class 8) sales hit 8,124 in February, slipping 5.9% from the 8,629 big rigs delivered year-ago. February's decline is Class 8's largest since April. Mack Trucks Inc. sales dipped 35.9% and PACCAR ...
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