Sales of Class 4-8 trucks are off to a fast start for 1999, rising 16.8% in January vs. year-ago. Truckmakers delivered 2,361 medium- and heavy-duty models during the month, up from 2,022 year-ago (25 selling days both periods). Most of the gain was in the Class 4-7 sector, as sales rose to 611 units for the month, more than double the 293 trucks sold in like-1998. Class 6 posted a strong showing, up 152.5% to 154 units. General Motors Corp. and Navistar International Transportation ...
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