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Business, Equipment

ACT Research: Used Truck Prices Fall 15% in November

A Kenworth used Class 8 truck A 2016 Kenworth T270 flatbed truck at a dealership in Dallas. November prices on used Class 8 trucks fell 15% to $40,320, down from $47,371 a year ago. (Shutterstock)

Sales volume and prices of used Class 8 trucks were substantially down in November, according to ACT Research.

Jim Stinson | Staff Reporter
December 19, 2019
Business, Equipment

Price, Sales of Used Class 8 Trucks Drop 19%

A 2016 Kenworth T270 flatbed truck A 2016 Kenworth T270 flatbed truck at a dealership in Dallas. The average heavy-duty truck price in October was $37,981 compared with $45,313 a year ago. (Shutterstock)

The price of the average used Class 8 vehicle in October skidded, as did estimated industry sales, with each falling 19% compared with a year earlier, ACT Research reported.

Roger Gilroy | Senior Reporter
November 26, 2019
Business, Equipment

June Used Class 8 Prices Climb Even as Lots Grow Full

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At a time of slowing freight volume and an increasingly adequate supply of power units, the average used Class 8 truck still brought a higher sales price in June than in the same month a year earlier, according to ACT Research.

Jim Stinson | Staff Reporter
July 30, 2019
Business, Equipment

April Used Class 8 Prices Climb; Dealers Wary of Slowdown

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The average used Class 8 brought a sharply higher sales price in April, even as inventories appear to be building, ACT Research reported. The average price was $48,532, up 15% compared with $42,100 a year earlier.

Roger Gilroy | Senior Reporter
May 29, 2019
Business, Equipment

October Used-Truck Prices Rise on Low Mileage, Analysts Say

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The Class 8 used-truck market in October saw mileage fall on vehicles and average pricing climb, according to industry analysts. But looking at conditions in November, other experts said prices have begun to fall as inventories mount.    

Roger Gilroy | Senior Reporter
December 7, 2015