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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