The sale of medium-duty trucks in the U.S. went up 5.7 percent from last year. January 2010 sales were up from January 2009, but they went down 32 percent from December 2009. The spike in December may be related to the anticipated emissions regulations that went into effect Jan. 1.
Six of the 13 brands selling this type of truck reported selling more than in January of last year, while three reported selling fewer. Data shows that truck manufacturers sold more than 16,000 medium-duty trucks in January 2010.
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