Used Sleeper Trucks For Sale, Tight Inventory Raises September Used Truck Prices-The sales price of used 8-wheeled trucks increased by 13% in September due to the increase in demand for trucks in a market with high load capacity and reduced storage capacity, ACT Research Co.
According to ACT, the average price was $ 46,626, compared with $ 41,300 in the previous year, which investigates distributors, wholesalers, auctioneers and a few large fleets to determine average prices, age and mileage.
At the beginning of the year, prices rose by 9% to $ 43,933, compared with $ 40,400 a year earlier.Net sales were 21,800, which is approximately stable compared to the previous year (22,100).
“We talked about the evolution of inventory change,” said Steve Tam, vice president of ACT. “A year or a year ago there were too many stocks that kept prices, and now it is the opposite, and we continue to reduce our shares by strong demand, which really keeps prices high.”
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At the beginning of the year, net sales were 209,200, compared with 201,700 in the previous year, says ACT.Some of this request comes from former owners who are returning to industry because prices and traffic are high, Tam said.
“They buy used equipment, know that there is a shortage of trucks and drivers, they know there is a chance that they are too,” he said. The value of used trucks increased by more than 10% in the third quarter compared to the same period last year. and Peterbilt Motors Co., vice president, Paccar Bob Bengston, said in a statement.At the same time, the average age and mileage were slightly lower than in September, Tam said.
The mileage has decreased to 445,000, compared with 449,000 in 2017.
But since the beginning of the year, the increase in kilometers has increased, he said. “In January we were 434,000 miles.”The average age of trucks was 6 years and 8 months compared to 6 years and 11 months of the previous year. At the same time, the average prices of new trucks fell slightly on a monthly basis. Chris Visser, Senior Analyst at JD Power, wrote on the blog.The average average tractors were sold in September for 6 years, 8 months, 455,658 miles and $ 56.114.Compared to the previous year, this average sleeper was a longer month, 11 620 miles or 2.5% less, worth $ 9,470, or 20.2% more, Visser wrote.
Recently, International Truck talked about vehicle fleets to determine whether the commercial value of used trucks can be reduced and are now negotiating their prediction that the number of used trucks can lower prices. Steve Gilligan, Senior Vice President, Marketing, Navistar Oy.”The fact that they have better fuel consumption in the latest trucks and the value of the resale is quite strong, now the fleets are trying to reduce the average age of their trucks,” he said. I declareClass 8 sales through concessions reduced less than five careers from the deck to 4.9% and the corresponding annual average.According to Visser, the figure is slightly below expectations.
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