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Demand for Low-Mileage Trucks Keeps Pricing Strong

Pricing was essentially unchanged from last month. Sales volume remained subdued as fleets kept their lower-mileage trucks in service rather than trading them in as expected...

Retail Pricing Stays Strong as Market Absorbs Supply

April was another month with stable pricing. Retail sales volume was lower than expected, and the predicted increase in trades has not yet come to pass...

Class 8 Retail Market Holds Steady

March’s pricing was generally flat compared to February. This is a positive result, as it suggests healthier demand is counteracting the depressive effect of higher supply...

Higher Volumes Suppress February Retail Pricing

February’s pricing was down substantially from January. As predicted, a greater volume of late-model trucks is impacting pricing, with some dealers selling multiple-unit packages at aggressive retail prices...

January’s Retail Numbers were Strong

Class 8 selling prices in January were solid, continuing December’s uplift. Trucks of most age cohorts were up firmly compared to the same period of last year...

Class 8 Pricing Solidifies

As expected, our somewhat belated December figures came in notably higher then November’s, suggesting the late-year dip was not the start of a trend...

Retail Pricing Stumbled in November

We predicted the year would close out on a generally solid note, which most dealers would say was more or less the case. Counteracting this sentiment was November’s (belated) retail sales data, which depicted a moderately off month...

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...

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