From the monthly archives: October, 2016

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Medium Duty Conventional Market Subdued in September

In a reversal of last month’s results, the lighter end of the medium duty conventional market performed better than the heavier end in September...

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September Wholesale Results Similar to August

The average sleeper tractor sold wholesale (auction, dealer-to-dealer, and dealer-to-wholesaler combined) in September was 77 months old, had 575,017 miles, and brought $35,599...

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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.

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October Commercial Truck Guidelines is Available!

The October edition of Guidelines tracks a market-wide increase in Class 8 sales volume. We also compare values of individual makes and models and provide a medium duty market update. Click here to download the report!

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Retail Sales Volume Surprises for a Second Month

With more than half of our expected September used truck retail sales data collected, the volume of trucks sold per rooftop is running well ahead of expectations...

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September Auction Wrapup

The summer lull in auction volume ended in September, with the number of sleeper tractors sold increasing to a level last seen in early spring. Pricing was not notably impacted...

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Unusual Month for Medium Duty Conventionals

The heavier end of the medium duty market performed unexpectedly well in August, with 4-7 year-old Class 6 trucks bringing substantially more money than earlier months...

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