Sleeper sales growing

Jason Cannon July 17, 2013

“Based on the decreasing number of 2007 and older model year trucks in the retail and wholesale channels, the market may finally be seeing the last of the trucks that were kept in service longer than typical during the recession,” according to the report. “Combined with the low build rate of recent model years – particularly 2010 and 2011 – the foundation is in place for continued strength in the under-600,000 mile segment.”


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