CASE Earns “Highest Retained Value” and “Lowest Cost of Ownership” Awards
CASE Construction Equipment has received awards in three different equipment categories in the annual EquipmentWatch Highest Retained Value and Lowest Cost of Ownership awards.
Highest Retained Value Awards
The N Series 580N backhoe loaders and B Series motor graders have both earned a Highest Retained Value Award from EquipmentWatch. The award projects these equipment lines to retain the highest percentage of original value after five years over all its competitors and is based on residual values calculated by leveraging a database covering more than $412B in market activity.
CASE has won the award in the backhoe category for three of the four years the award has been presented.
The 580N features four models – the 580 Super N Wide Track, the 580 Super N, the 580N and the 580N EP. The B Series motor grader line includes the 865B and 885B, both available with all-wheel-drive (AWD).
Lowest Cost of Ownership Award
The CASE SR210 skid steer loader won the Lowest Cost of Ownership Award in the large skid steer category for the second year in a row. According to EquipmentWatch, the Lowest Cost of Ownership Award winner represents the model, within its respective equipment type, with the lowest five year total cost of ownership, identified using proprietary EquipmentWatch Ownership Cost data.
“The goal of the EquipmentWatch awards program is not only to help equipment buyers objectively understand the best performing machines,” says Garrett Schemmel, vice president, EquipmentWatch. “The program is also designed to recognize manufacturers for building these higher quality, durable, and cost-friendly machines that power our industry. We’re proud to announce our 2019 award winners – all of which represent world-class products.”
For more on the entire line of CASE N Series backhoes, visit CaseCE.com/TLB. For more information on CASE motor graders, visit CaseCE.com/MG. For more information on CASE skid steer loaders, visit CaseCE.com/SSL.