Volume and pricing data for Class 4 and 6 swapped places in May, with Class 4 dipping down slightly in both measures and Class 6 heading up. 

Starting with Class 4’s, the average 4-7 year-old unit wholesaled in May had 115,355 miles and brought $20,731. Month-over-month, this truck had 9,173 (or 8.6%) more miles and brought $568 (or 2.7%) less money. Year-over-year, this average truck had 23,761 (or 25.9%) more miles and brought $744 (or 3.7%) more money.

The average 4-7 year-old Class 6 conventional wholesaled in May had 118,843 miles and brought $30,663. Month-over-month, this truck had 8,503 (or 6.7%) fewer miles and brought $2,134 (or 7.5%) more money. Year-over-year, this average truck had 51,966 (or 30.4%) fewer miles and brought $7,613 (or 33.0%) more money. 

With volume back up to a normal level, May is less of an anomaly than April. Pricing was stable for Class 4’s and upward for Class 6. The improvement in medium duty conventional segments continues in step with the increasingly positive consumer-based areas of the economy.