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Forecast for the 2015 Medium-Duty Truck Resale Market

The ongoing economic recovery has fueled slightly higher depreciation for medium-duty trucks. It is expected that overall depreciation for 2015 will be 15.5-16.5 percent.

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January Auctions in Texas and Pennsylvania

Utilities in Texas or Pennsylvania looking to expand or replace their existing fleets will have two opportunities in the month of January. The auctions will be held Jan. 29 and 31.

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Texas Plumber's Truck Reaches Syrian Front Lines

A Texas plumber's Ford F-250 has found a second life as a vehicle used on the front lines of the Syrian Civil War.

Photo via Wikimedia.

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Chrysler Group Changes Name to FCA US

The Chrysler Group has changed its official name change to FCA US, the company announced on Dec. 16.

With the completion of the current orders for the 2015 Chevrolet Express (pictured) and GMC Savana 1500 series units, the transition to the European-styled units is complete.

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2015 Resale Forecast for Full-Size Vans

The used full-size van market has remained strong throughout 2014, but it is expected to decline in 2015. Part of the reason for the strength of the used van segment is the discontinuation of traditional U.S.-style vans by OEMs as the new European-style vans are released.

The total light-duty truck market (which includes vehicles such as the Ford F-150) depreciated by 10 percent and the full-size pickup segment depreciated by 4.9 percent. Photo courtesy of Ford Motor Co.

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2015 Resale Forecast for Light-Duty Trucks

The full-size pickup fleet segment depreciated by only 4.9 percent over the past 12 months; however, this rate is unlikely to continue into 2015.

Photo of 2013 Corolla courtesy of Toyota.

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November Used Vehicle Depreciation Reaches 1.9 Percent

The average price of a used vehicle fell 1.9 percent in November from the prior month led by steeper-than-expected declines by full-size pickups, according to Black Book.

Photo of 2011 E-150 cargo van courtesy of Ford.

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Full-Size Vans Only Vehicles With Rising Residual Values

The vehicles should finish the year as the only category that will increase in residual value, while the broader market should depreciate more than 12 percent.

The Toyota Tundra won it's fourth consecutive ALG Residual Value award. (PHOTO: Toyota)

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ALG Names Residual Value Awards for Trucks

In 2015, the Toyota Tacoma pickup truck wins a 14th straight residual value award with the Toyota Tundra winning its fourth consecutive award. Additionally, the Chevrolet Tahoe and Ford Transit Connect were among the eight vehicles that earned RVAs for the first time.

Photo of 2013 Chevrolet Express 2500 cargo van courtesy of General Motors.

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Depreciation Reaches Yearly High in October

Domestic cars lost the most in value at 3.2 percent among vehicles from the 2009-2013 model-years, while domestic trucks lost 2.1 percent. Compact pickups and full-size passenger vans and full-size cargo vans showed the most strength.

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How to Use GPS to Measure a Quality Stop

The next step in using GPS tracking technology is to manage miles, fuel and customer activity together to achieve greater net profit per visit.
 
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