Sales of medium- and heavy-duty trucks totaled 26,485 units in March, down 19.7% from the 34,225 rigs sold year-ago, according to Ward’s data. However, the 7.2% dip in heavy-duty deliveries is the smallest this year for Class 8. And sales decreases in the segment progressively have gotten smaller, compared with previous month declines. See related data: March 2002 Truck GVW Sales PACCAR Inc. pulled off a 5.5% increase in March Class 8 sales, despite the economic turmoil, due to a ...

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