DETROIT – Just like the finicky economy, opinions differ regarding the recent revival of medium- and heavy-duty trucks sales, which have been depressed for nearly two years. Some think it’s a legitimate rebound while others cast the deliveries as pull-forward purchases by fleets trying to minimize the impact of more costly engines being introduced on Oct. 1 that will emit less smog-causing nitrogen oxides. Neither analysts nor two of the industry’s biggest manufacturers – ...
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