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Retail Market Steady Heading into December

October was another positive month for the retail channel, with volume up incrementally over a relatively strong September, and pricing essentially unchanged.

Class 8 Retail Depreciation Remains Minimal

September was a relatively strong month for the retail Class 8 market, with volume up notably and pricing on par with August...

Class 8 Retail Pricing Dipped Moderately in August

Hurricane Harvey obviously impacted demand in the Eastern Texas and Louisiana markets late in the month, but the cessation of sales in the final week simply removed that region from our nationwide averages...

Class 8 Retail Depreciation Remains Under 2%

The average sleeper tractor retailed in July was 75 months old, had 454,014 miles, and brought $47,568. Compared to June, the average sleeper was 1 month older, had 10,610 (2.4%) more miles, and brought $293 (0.6%) less money...

Class 8 Retail Market Remains Steady

The average sleeper tractor retailed in June was 74 months old, had 443,714 miles, and brought $47,728. Compared to May, the average sleeper was 2 months older, had 5,245 (1.2%) fewer miles, and brought $1,222 (2.5%) less money...

Retail Pricing Firming Up

As we mentioned in this month’s Guidelines market update, depreciation in the auction lanes has been very mild since December. It is becoming increasingly evident that retail pricing is following suit...

First Quarter Retail Pricing Results

With final March numbers collected, we can validate our earlier estimates. Three to five year-old sleepers continued to trend lower year-over-year...

Retail Pricing Stays the Course Going into April

Word of mouth remains moderately optimistic, but so far retail pricing results do not show any notable changes in pricing. Our three to five year-old group of sleeper tractors continues to trend lower year-over-year...

How Does Engine and Transmission Spec Affect Pricing?

As of this month, 2018 is the current model year. As such, a four-year-old truck is now represented by the 2014 model year. This is the newest model year with a robust volume of used sales data...

Retail Conditions Remain Lukewarm Entering 2017

Our retail data for the most recent month available (November) shows average sleeper pricing in 2016 12.3% lower than 2015 – a fairly positive result given the much more substantial depreciation in the auction market over the same period...

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