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First Quarter Retail Pricing Results

With final March numbers collected, we can validate our earlier estimates. Three to five year-old sleepers continued to trend lower year-over-year...

Retail Pricing Stays the Course Going into April

Word of mouth remains moderately optimistic, but so far retail pricing results do not show any notable changes in pricing. Our three to five year-old group of sleeper tractors continues to trend lower year-over-year...

How Does Engine and Transmission Spec Affect Pricing?

As of this month, 2018 is the current model year. As such, a four-year-old truck is now represented by the 2014 model year. This is the newest model year with a robust volume of used sales data...

Retail Conditions Remain Lukewarm Entering 2017

Our retail data for the most recent month available (November) shows average sleeper pricing in 2016 12.3% lower than 2015 – a fairly positive result given the much more substantial depreciation in the auction market over the same period...

Retail Depreciation Mild in October

Following a return to notable depreciation in September, October’s data shows a mild decline month-over-month...

Depreciation Returns to Class 8 Retail Market

September’s retail sales data showed a return to depreciation, marking an end to a summer defined by minimal price movement.

Retail Depreciation Mild for Another Month

In August, retail pricing continued to outperform expectations. Depreciation was very mild for the second month in a row.

Retail Pricing Mostly Unchanged in June

Despite the notable decrease in sales volume, pricing for most trucks was essentially unchanged in June. As such, we consider June a typically laid-back summer month for sales activity, and not indicative of any shift in demand.

December Dip for Class 8 Retail Pricing

We’ve already provided a 2014 wrap-up, but final December results are now in, and we can confirm that 2014 closed out on a mild down note...

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