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Market Analysis and Forecasts

Medium Duty Cabover Depreciation Pulls Back

After a rough second quarter, the Class 3-4 cabover market stabilized in July. Units 4-7 years of age averaged $12,995 in July...

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Wholesale Pricing Generally Stable

The average sleeper tractor sold wholesale (auction, dealer-to-dealer, and dealer-to-wholesale combined) in July was 84 months old, had 618,402 miles, and brought $29,705...

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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...

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August Commercial Truck Market Update Video is Available!

In less than three minutes, senior analyst Chris Visser brings you up to speed on the retail and wholesale Class 8 markets. Click here to view the video!

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July’s Retail Sales Volume Improves Slightly

With 70% of our expected sales received from reporting dealers, we estimate individual rooftops retailed 4.9 trucks in July...

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July Auction Wrapup

The volume of the three most common sleeper tractors selling at auctions decreased notably in July. Pricing for our benchmark model ticked upward...

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Competitive Comparison of Sleeper Tractors

Looking at the pricing average of trucks three to five years of age, most models moved moderately downwards in June...

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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...

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June Auction Wrapup

June’s auction volume and pricing were essentially identical to May’s. The International ProStar remains the most common truck sold at auction, but results for this and other models were largely unchanged...

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Competitive Comparison of Sleeper Tractors

On average, sleeper tractors three to five years of age sold in May performed similarly to April in the retail channel, with less than 1% separating the two months...

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