MCLEAN, Va.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–In the July 2020 Commercial Truck Guidelines Industry Update, analysts from J.D. Power Valuation Services reported that Class 8 retail volume was way up in June and depreciation accelerated moderately as a result. Medium duty sales volume was also up across the board.
“June’s strong volume was most likely a combination of pent-up demand from the previous two months combined with optimism about the slow-but-sure reopening of the economy,” said Chris Visser, commercial truck senior analyst at J.D. Power Valuation Services. “As predicted, reopening gathering places resulted in spikes in the virus infections and attendant regional pullbacks, however, the genie has been let out of the bottle and it is extremely unlikely we will see a return to large-scale shutdowns.”
Major findings in the free monthly report note:
- Class 8 sales volume much higher across the board
- Auction pricing relatively solid, low-mileage trucks increasing in value
- Retail depreciation accelerated as increased demand competes with substantial supply
- Medium duty volume much higher across the board
Download the free July 2020 Commercial Truck Guidelines Industry Update.
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