DETROIT -- Deliveries of medium- and heavy-duty trucks in January hit 21,517 units, down 24.1% from year-ago’s relatively weak 28,354 sales total as the industry struggles to rebound from an awful slump that started in late 2000, according to Ward’s data. See related data Heavy-duty (Class 8) sales declined 27.2% to 8,259 units from the 11,352 big rigs sold during like-2001. Freightliner Corp.’s Western Star marque, with sales up 56.8% to 174, was the only manufacturer to record an ...
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