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Model vs. Model Sleeper Comparison

The most common aerodynamic sleeper tractors showed some movement relative to each other in August. The Peterbilt 579 once again appeared to greatly outperform other models...

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 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 Depreciation Mild in October

Following a return to notable depreciation in September, October’s data shows a mild decline month-over-month...

Retail Depreciation Mild for Another Month

In August, retail pricing continued to outperform expectations. Depreciation was very mild for the second month in a row.

Retail Depreciation Took a Breather in July

Following steep declines from May to June, depreciation on macro and micro levels relaxed in July. Month-over-month differences were small, while year-over-year differences continue to reflect the supply-driven devaluation than began in mid-2015...

Larger than Expected Pullback in June Retail Pricing

Three to five year-old Class 8 sleeper tractors lost more of their value than anticipated in June, driven mainly by another large group of unusually low-priced 2012 Freightliner Cascadias and a large number of high-mileage 2014 trucks of various makes...

Retail Sleeper Pricing Recovered Modestly in May

As expected, average retail pricing for 3-5 year-old sleeper tractors ticked up 4% in May, coming in similar to March’s figure. Unlike last month, there were no groups of unusually low-priced models negatively impacting our averages...

Retail Sleeper Pricing Down 4% Month-Over-Month

True to our estimate of 4-5% depreciation per month on average, we can confirm that three to five year-old sleeper tractors brought an average of 4.2% less money in April than March...

Retail Sleeper Market Correction Continues

Following January’s 8.1% year-over-year decline in pricing, 3-5 year-old aerodynamic sleeper tractors plummeted another 12.9% in February...

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