MCLEAN, Va., Nov. 12, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- In their most recent November commercial truck Guidelines report, NADA Used Car Guide analysts focused the entirety of their monthly report on explaining the pricing devaluation that occurred August through October in the commercial sleeper tractor market. According to the findings of the report, the devaluation can be attributed to fleets returning large numbers of 3 – 5 year-old trades, increased no-reserve auction activity, and a decreased need for freight activity.
Market devaluation analysis in the report also points out:
- Auction pricing up to 30 percent lower for some models since August.
- Retail pricing has not been impacted to same degree.
- The freight environment suggests no change in conditions through the first quarter of 2016.
When asked about the developments in the commercial truck market, Chris Visser, senior analyst at NADA Official Commercial Truck Guide®, said, "It appears the 'critical mass' of sleeper tractor inventory was reached mid-year."
Visser went on to say, "Unfortunately, until the economy works its way through the excess inventory of goods, freight demand will remain at current levels. We expect pricing conditions to remain consistent until the second quarter."
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