Sleeper Tractor Market Stable While Medium Duty Trucks Continue to See Price Gains

Chris Viss­er
Senior Ana­lyst
ATD/NADA Com­mer­cial Truck Guide

For the heavy duty mar­ket, prices didn’t move much – the retail and whole­sale sleep­er trac­tor mar­kets were lit­tle changed from last month. Medi­um duty trucks saw stronger price per­for­mance in Feb­ru­ary, with con­ven­tion­als see­ing third straight month of real increas­es; cabovers also saw their third month in a row of price increas­es.

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Retail Sleep­er Trac­tor Mar­ket Remains Extreme­ly Sta­ble:
While the whole­sale mar­ket con­tin­ues to absorb old­er, high­er-mileage trucks.

Medi­um-Duty Con­ven­tion­als Con­tin­ue to Recov­er, w/ Class 6 a Stand­out:
Class 3–4 cabovers may final­ly be lift­ing off the bot­tom.

After Declin­ing through­out Most of 2012, Class 6 Con­ven­tion­als:
Saw bump up of about $1,800 in Decem­ber, fol­lowed by $1,400 increase in Jan­u­ary, and whop­ping $3,000 in Feb­ru­ary.

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