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Black Book: Index Falls 1.2% to 113.1 in January

The firm had expected a steeper decline due to replacement activity linked to last year’s hurricanes. Instead, Black Book saw fairly typical depreciation.

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Auto Loan Market Shifting Toward Less Risky Consumers

For the fourth consecutive quarter, auto loan originations in the second quarter decreased on a year-over-year basis. Much of that decline was driven a 5.9% decrease in subprime, nearprime, and prime loan originations.

Black Book Index Climbs for Second Straight Month

The last remaining replacement activity stemming from hurricanes Harvey and Irma drove continued vehicle value stability and shopping demand in October, with the firm’s index rising to 114.6 in October.

Asbury: Q3 Revenue, Gross Profit Down Due to Hurricanes

Total revenue and gross profit were down 5% and 2% from a year ago, respectively, with Hurricane Irma having a significant impact on sales in the group’s core Florida and Georgia markets. F&I was a bright spot, with total gross profit up 4% and the group’s per-copy average increasing by $142 from a year ago to $1,547.

Business Leaders Cautiously Optimistic About Trump, Economy, Auto Sales

Despite a few political and economic setbacks, 2017 is expected to be one of the highest performing years on record in terms of auto sales. They key going forward is the Trump Administration’s ability to turn its pro-business campaign rhetoric into reality.

Black Book’s Index Records Largest Single-Month Increase Since 2012

Fueling the increase was vehicle replacement activity related to Hurricane Harvey, which began last month. According to Black Book, compact cars, compact crossover SUVs, full-size cars, and mid-size cars each realized significant month-over-month increases within the index.

Manheim to Close Florida Auctions Ahead of Irma

Manheim said it's closing four of its Florida auctions on Friday ahead of Hurrican Irma's expected landfall there. The storm battered Puerto Rico on Wednesday after striking the northern Lesser Antilles and the Virgin Islands with 185-mile-per-hour winds.

AIADA: Harvey Takes a Bite Out of August Auto Sales

According to the American International Automobile Dealers Association, Hyundai and Nissan registered significant sales declines in August, while Subaru, Toyota, Volkswagen, and Volvo finished the month on a high note.

Houston-Area Auto Auctions Coming Back Online

Houston auto auctions are slowing coming back online after assessing the impact of Hurricane Harvey.

Group 1 Assesses Hurricane Harvey Impact

A preliminary assessment by Houston-based Group 1 Automotive found that employees were able to protect most of the company’s inventory in its Houston and Beaumont, Texas, stores from the devastating effects of Hurricane Harvey.