U.S. medium- and heavy-duty truck sales increased 12.2% in November, reaching 39,645 from like-2017’s 35,332. Heavy-duty trucks posted a sales increase in every brand within its class. The segment jumped 21.8% to 21,302 deliveries. Freightliner (+28.6%) and Western Star (+47.8%) posted double-digit sales growth to put Daimler 29.5% ahead of year-ago sales. Although International dropped 0.3 percentage points in market share, the company reported an 18.1% jump in sales. Kenworth ...

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