The bleeding in the U.S. big-truck market appears to be lessening as June sales fall 1.2%, the smallest decline since January 2007’s 2.4% drop, according to Ward’s data. Total big-truck deliveries tallied 27,267 units on a daily selling rate basis, compared with 31,060 in like-2007. The 23.1% jump in Class 8 sales accounted for 11,637 units of the overall total. Related document: <i>Ward’s</i> U.S. Truck Sales by Weight Class – June 2008 Meanwhile, as Daimler AG’s ...

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