From the category archives: Guidelines - Commercial Truck Market Overview

April Commercial Truck Guidelines is Available for Download!

In this month's issue of Commercial Truck Guidelines, retail and wholesale volume both returned to trend in February, after an anomalous January. Retail sleeper tractor pricing remains at record highs. Wholesale pricing is back to average levels, with age and mileage figures returning to typical positions. The market for medium duty trucks recovered to an extent, with mild strength in the Class 4 conventional segment and notable changes in the Class 6 segment. Class 8 pricing is highly dependent on engine and transmission spec, as a special study explores. Read the full report here.

March edition of Commercial Truck Guidelines is Available for Download!

Increased numbers of newer trucks continue to enter the retail and wholesale channels, providing buyers with better access to the low-mileage iron they demand. Severe weather likely kept many buyers away from the auctions in January, resulting in anomalous results in medium duty and sleeper segments. Used truck pricing could be impacted by upcoming rounds of fuel economy mandates, as a special study explores. Continued volatility in sales volume is expected to subside in the second quarter as winter draws to a close. To read more of this month's edition of Commercial Truck Guidelines, download the full report here.

February Commercial Truck Guidelines is Available for Download!

A favorable supply/demand relationship keeps pricing for sleeper tractors with under 600,000 miles historically high. Construction trucks firmed up in the last two months of 2013, and are poised for a recovery. Medium duty trucks continue to be limited by excess supply of average-to-high-mileage units. Sales volume is unusually volatile due to economic, political, and weather-related factors. This volatility is expected to relax starting in the second quarter as many of these factors are alleviated. To read more, download the February edition today!

January 2014 Commercial Truck Guidelines is Now Available for Download!

In this edition of Commercial Truck Guidelines, we provide a 2013 review and discuss the marketplace changes that occurred over the past 24 months. We also provide our traditional month-over-month results, as well as predictions for 2014. Download today to read more!

December 2013 Commercial Truck Guidelines Available for Download!

In this month's December Commercial Truck Guidelines: sales volume was back up to a typical level in October, following an unexpected drop in September. Retail pricing remained close to the record, while wholesale pricing was down slightly thanks to a mix of trucks with mildly higher mileage. An analysis of 2010 models shows Cummins-equipped International ProStars now fully market-competitive. Download today!

November Commercial Truck Guidelines is Available for Download!

In this month's Commercial Truck Guidelines, retail sleeper tractor pricing was just off the record high despite an unexpected drop in volume. Wholesale sleeper tractor pricing increased, as did volume through that channel. In general, a decline in the number of newest, highest-priced trucks sold defined the September marketplace. Download November's edition to read more! 

October Commercial Truck Guidelines Is Available for Download!

Retail sleeper pricing sets yet another record (fifth month of 2013), the construction market is showing signs of recovery and value retention on 2010s is extremely strong. The October edition of Commercial Truck Guidelines dives into these topics and more. Click here to download the edition today! 

September Commercial Truck Guidelines Are Available for Download!

Retail Sales Volume has rebounded, the Construction market remains flat and Depreciation varies widely by Make and Model. The September edition of Commercial Truck Guidelines goes into detailed depth on these highlighted topics, plus much more! Download the edition today! 

August's Edition of Commercial Truck Guidelines is Now Available for Download!

The latest edition of August Guidelines is now available! Read on for details on retail sales volume dramatically dropping, wholesale volume recovering and the construction market remaining flat with housing recovery not up enough to move the bar. Download today! 

July Commercial Truck Guidelines is Available for Download!

For the third month in a row, increased numbers of newer sleeper tractors entered the marketplace, pushing the overall value of the retail sector to a new record. On the wholesale side, trucks sold had lower mileage on average, maintaining the overall average at an elevated level. Retail sales volume per dealership ticked slightly upwards in May, while wholesale volume decreased notably. Our view of pricing for trucks with under 600,000 miles remains long and strong. To read on, download the latest edition of Commercial Truck Guidelines today! 

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