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EquipmentWatch announces Highest Retained Value Award winners

Awards were given to the model/series projected to retain the highest percentage of its original value after a five-year period.

The winners of the 2018 Highest Retained Value Awards have been announced by EquipmentWatch.

2018 EquipmentWatch Highest Retained Value Award Winners:

Award Ordering Info: Manufacturer name, model series, category, subcategory

  1. Deere 9 Series Balers
  2. Deere 8R Series Tractors, Large, Wheel
  3. Deere 870 Series Excavators, Large, Crawler
  4. Deere 770 Series Motor Graders
  5. Caterpillar D5 Series Dozers, Track, Small
  6. Caterpillar 320 Series Excavators, Crawler, Small
  7. Caterpillar 980 Series Loaders, Wheel, Large
  8. Case IH 4400 Series Corn Headers
  9. Case IH Steiger Series Tractors, Track
  10. Case CX50 Series Excavators, Compact Track
  11. Case SV200 Series Loaders, Skid Steer, Large
  12. Volvo L90 Series Loaders, Wheel, Medium
  13. Volvo EC380 Series Excavators, Crawler, Medium
  14. Komatsu D65 Series Dozers, Track, Large
  15. Komatsu WA200 Series Loaders, Wheel, Small
  16. Bomag BW211 Series Drum Compactors
  17. Bomag BW120 Series Tandem Compactors
  18. Snorkel TB Series Boom Lifts, Telescopic
  19. New Holland B95 Series Backhoes
  20. Massey Ferguson 9500 Series Combines
  21. Kubota SVL Series Loaders, Compact Track
  22. JLG RT Series I.C. Scissor Lifts
  23. JCB 500 Series Lift Trucks, Telehandlers
  24. Hyster H Series Lift Trucks, Warehouse/Narrow Aisle
  25. Genie GS Electric Series Electric Scissor Lifts
  26. Challenger MT500 Series Tractors, Small Wheel
  27. Bobcat S100 Series Loaders, Small Skid Steer Track
  28. Bil-Jax XA Series Boom Lifts, Articulating
  29. Bell B30 Series Rear Dumps
  30. Apache AS Series Sprayers, Self-Propelled

The award is based on residual values of heavy equipment. Awards in each category were given to the model/series projected to retain the highest percentage of its original value after a five-year period based on the comprehensive EquipmentWatch market activity database. EquipmentWatch, like Farm Progress, is a part of Informa.

Thirty awards were presented in total and announced in Las Vegas alongside the first-day kickoff of World of Concrete. The awards program, in its third consecutive year, recognizes winners in construction, agricultural and lift/access equipment categories. Two new categories were introduced in 2018 – corn headers in the agricultural sector and tandem compactors in the construction sector.

“Retained value is one of the primary indicators of overall performance and reliability for any piece of heavy equipment,” says Garrett Schemmel, vice president of EquipmentWatch. “We are proud to announce our 2018 winners—each of which represents a world-class product. Models that have received our Highest Retained Value Award should inspire buyer confidence in both new and resale equipment markets.” 

In order to determine the nominees for the 2018 Highest Retained Value Awards, EquipmentWatch analysts considered more than 12,000 models with up to 20 model years of values. To see a full list of this year’s winners, and to learn more about each model series and the program methodology, visit http://www.equipmentwatch.com/residual-value-awards.

Source: EquipmentWatch

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