The medium- and heavy-duty truck market continued to get clobbered in February, posting a decline of 26.6% on a daily rate basis vs. like-2000's 39,463-unit total. Sales have fallen eight consecutive months and August was the last time monthly deliveries didn't decrease 20% or more against previous-year totals. Year-to-date, sales of Class 4-8 trucks are trailing year-ago by 24.6%, 55,761 vs. 73,963. Only Class 4 medium-trucks are on the positive side for January-February, up 15.3% from ...
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