The U.S. medium- and heavy-duty truck market posted its smallest decline in more than a year in April, Ward’s data shows. Combined Class 4-8 sales reached 24,492 units in the month, down 18.9% on a daily rate basis from last April’s 33,563 and improving on the 23.3% drop seen in March. Related document: <i>Ward's</i> U.S. Truck Sales by Weight Class – April 2008 Class 8 deliveries fell 17.3%, better than the 30%-plus monthly declines of the past year. Still, all but Volvo ...

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