As we finalize our June wholesale data, here’s a look at average selling prices for popular segments of the medium duty market from the auction and dealer wholesale channels through May.

No real news to report here. Basically, medium duty selling prices have bounced along the bottom since the downturn began. There was no real improvement in late 2009 like there was with Class 8 highway tractors. The housing market, construction, and consumer spending will need to improve further before I would expect to see much upward movement in this side of the market.

Data in the graph has been adjusted for mileage and age. Those averages are as follows:

Class 3 Conventional:  102,543 mi., 92 months

Class 3-4 Cabover:  118,783 mi., 95 months

Class 6 Conventional:  175,065 mi., 107 months