MCLEAN, Va., Dec. 21, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- In the December 2018 Commercial Truck Guidelines Industry Update, analysts from J.D. Power Valuation Services reported that the volume of trucks sold at auction returned to a more typical level in November with pricing less stable, however, the retail market continues to see mild depreciation.
"Despite the somewhat lower pricing in November, depreciation in 2018 has been nonexistent," said Chris Visser, Commercial Truck Senior Analyst at J.D. Power ValuationServices. "As we move into the winter months, there will be fewer auctions on the calendar, making market judgments less clear. We expect a typical slowdown in auction volume and mildly lower pricing in the first quarter of 2019."
J.D. Power Valuation Services (formerly NADA Used Car Guide) is a leading provider of vehicle valuation products and services to businesses. The team collects and analyzes more than 1 million automotive and truck wholesale and retail transactions per month, and delivers a range of guidebooks, auction data, analysis and data solutions.
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