MCLEAN, Va., Aug. 19, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- In the August 2019 Commercial Truck Guidelines Industry Update, analysts from J.D. Power Valuation Services reported that as auction volume pulled back in July and pricing was mixed, there was a resurgence of interest in newer trucks, perhaps as a result of lower values. For the most part, dollars continue to flow only to the newest, lowest-mileage trucks.
"July's results are promising because they suggest lower pricing may be keeping buyers in the market," said Chris Visser, Commercial Truck Senior Analyst at J.D. Power ValuationServices. "There is certainly a higher level of inventory on dealers' lots than this time last year and the freight environment is cooler, but consumers continue to buy goods, which is mitigating the more negative dynamics in the trucking economy."
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