Construction Market Recovery Continues

Construction activity in stronger regions continues to gradually drive up pricing for used construction trucks. Price and volume of trucks sold in 2014 to date outpaces 2013...

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Wholesale Market Shift Continues

The influx of younger, lower-mileage sleeper tractors into the wholesale marketplace continues to shake up the mix of trucks sold. Average age has reached parity with the retail channel, and the number of trucks with under 600,000 miles sold so far in 2014 is already greater than in all of 2013...

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Wholesale Market Shift Continues

The influx of younger, lower-mileage sleeper tractors into the wholesale marketplace continues to shake up the mix of trucks sold. Average age has reached parity with the retail channel, and the number of trucks with under 600,000 miles sold so far in 2014 is already greater than in all of 2013...

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July Surprise

The retail sleeper market turned in an unexpectedly strong performance in July, with depreciation for individual trucks essentially nonexistent despite the continuing increased supply. This ongoing market shift favoring 2-5 year-old trucks pushed our universal average to a new all-time record...

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July Surprise

The retail sleeper market turned in an unexpectedly strong performance in July, with depreciation for individual trucks essentially nonexistent despite the continuing increased supply. This ongoing market shift favoring 2-5 year-old trucks pushed our universal average to a new all-time record...

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Medium Duty Conventional Market Mixed in July

July was a fairly good month for the lighter GVW classes of conventionals, with pricing for our Class 4 benchmark group up mildly month-over-month and substantially year-over-year. Volume took a dip in July, although 2014’s monthly average is very close to 2013’s if a one-month outlier is ignored...

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Medium Duty Conventional Market Mixed in July

July was a fairly good month for the lighter GVW classes of conventionals, with pricing for our Class 4 benchmark group up mildly month-over-month and substantially year-over-year. Volume took a dip in July, although 2014’s monthly average is very close to 2013’s if a one-month outlier is ignored...

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Retail Sales Volume Ticked Up in July

As we stated last month, there was no seasonal slowdown this year in the retail or wholesale channels. Dealers and end users made purchasing a higher priority than typical in the late spring/early summer months...

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Proprietary Engines in the Used Market

The increasing build rate of proprietary engines in new trucks gets frequent press, as exemplified in this excellent recent article in Transport Topics. But gone unexamined is the degree to which these engines are represented in the used market...

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Year-to-Date Auction Volume Dips Closer to 2013

The number of trucks reported sold at auction decreased moderately in July, coming in at 2742 – a 529 (or 16.2%) decrease from June, and a 236 (or 7.9%) decrease from July 2013. Year-to-date results are still positive, however, with 2014 sales totaling 21,483 – a 519 (or 2.5%) increase over same-period 2013...

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