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Discounts, Incentives Stabilize New Vehicle Prices in November

Kelley Blue Book reports the average cost to buy a new vehicle was $38,393 last month, a 1% year-over-year increase restrained by frantic efforts to move 2019-MY inventory.

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Telluride Wins Best New Model in 2020 Best Buy Awards

Kelley Blue Book has named the Kia Telluride America’s best new model for the 2020-MY. A Honda vehicle won the Best Buy award in five categories, including compact car and SUV.

Average New Vehicle Prices Up Nearly 3% in October

Kelley Blue Book analysts say the average new vehicle transaction climbed to $38,259 in October, a slight decline from the prior month but 2.9% higher than a year ago.

KBB Enhances Instant Cash Offer Dealer Tool

Kelley Blue Book has introduced a redesigned Dealer Admin Tool as part of a series of enhancements to its dealer- and customer-facing Instant Cash Offer platform.

Hit the Books: 10 Best Back-to-School Cars

Kelley Blue Book editors rank and comment on the 10 Best Back-to-School Cars for 2019, all starting at around $20,000 or less and still available on new-car lots.

KBB.com Names 10 Most Awarded Cars, Brands of 2019

The 2019 Jeep Wrangler earned the top spot among vehicles and Honda leads all manufacturers in Kelley Blue Book’s latest internal awards program-based rankings.

New-Car Prices Up 3.1% in June

Kelley Blue Book analysts report average transaction prices for U.S. new-vehicle sales increased by 3.1% on a year-over-year basis in June but declined slightly from May.

KBB.com Lists Top 10 July 4 Offers

Kelley Blue Book analysts have released their annual list of the top 10 sales and lease deals for new vehicles available during the holiday week.

KBB.com: New-Car Prices Up Nearly 4% in May

Kelley Blue Book analysts say a parade of new models helped drive the average price for a new vehicle sold in the U.S. to $37,185 in May, a 3.7% year-over-year increase.

SAAR Returns to 17M on Stronger May Sales

U.S. dealers sold slightly fewer new vehicles last month than in May of 2018, but the annual forecast increased to 17.4 million units — thanks in no small part to strong fleet sales.