From the monthly archives: September, 2016

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Competitive Comparison of Sleeper Tractors

August’s retail data illustrated competitive pricing performance similar to the past few months. Most models held steady or moved mildly upwards in price...

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Wholesale Market Impacted by Higher Volume of Newer Trucks

The average sleeper tractor sold wholesale (auction, dealer-to-dealer, and dealer-to-wholesale combined) in August was 77 months old, had 546,060 miles, and brought $31,255...

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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.

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September Commercial Truck Market Update Video is Available!

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

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September Commercial Truck Guidelines is Available!

The September edition of Guidelines includes a review of August's auction activity, an overview of the retail and wholesale Class 8 markets, and an update on medium duty segments. Click here to download the report!

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August’s Sales Volume Outperformed Expectations

With about 60% of our August sales data collected, the number of used retail sales per dealership is already at 78% of July’s total. Based on this unexpectedly high volume, we estimate August’s retail sales per rooftop will come in at 5.8 trucks...

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Commercial Truck Blog Included in List of Essential Blogs

The New Castle School of Trades has honored the NADA Commercial Truck Blog in their list of "40 Trade School Blogs All Students Should be Reading."

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August Auction Wrapup

For the third month in a row, the volume of the three most common sleeper tractors selling at auctions decreased notably...

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New Emissions Regulations Put Brakes on Glider Kit Business

The federal Phase 2 Greenhouse Gas and Fuel Economy rules released recently will phase out the practice of building completed glider kits with EPA 1998 engines for sale to the public...

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