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Black Book: Wholesale Values Remain Stable at Start of Summer

Wholesale values continued to see little change last week, although demand for sporty cars appears to be dwindling as the average value of that segment has begun to drop.

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Black Book: Car Segment Values Strongest in Two Years

Last week, car segment values were up 0.26% compared to the 0.01% depreciation the segment experienced the week prior. This added up to the strongest week for car segment values in two years.

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.

Black Book: Start of Tax Seasons Brings Low Depreciation, Strong Auction Sales

The beginning of tax season saw stronger sales at auction, especially for mainstream car segments. Mid-size cars led the way in terms of value retention in the car segment, while minivans, full-size vans and small pickups saw no change last week.

Norman/Classic Adds Diminished Value and Depreciation Programs

The two new programs are backed by Lyndon Southern Insurance Co. The first provides a trade-in credit of up to $10,000 if a vehicle is involved in a collision and repaired, while the other pledges to cover depreciation (up to $10,000) if a vehicle is stolen and not recovered or is deemed a total loss as a result of an accident.

Black Book: Subcompact Crossovers Register Steep Value Declines

Subcompact crossovers joined the full-size vans and minivans as the truck categories registering the steepest declines in value last week, while subcompact cars joined full-size cars and sporty cars as the depreciation leaders in the car segment.

Black Book: Luxury, Sporty Cars Experiencing Increased Depreciation Entering November

Premium sporty cars recorded the largest decrease in value in October, while prestige luxury cars have registered the highest depreciation over the course of the last 12 months.

Non-Houston Used-Vehicle Values Fall

Depreciation increased for both cars and light trucks, with car segments recording the highest weekly depreciation in seven weeks. Prices in the Houston-area, however, remain elevated, according to the firm.

Black Book: Vehicle Depreciation Shows Pockets of Strength at Midway Point of 2017

The price of cars dropped 1.8%, while trucks recorded a 0.8% decline in value for the month of June. Small pickups registered the lowest monthly depreciation, while subcompact cars recorded the largest depreciation in June.

Black Book: Retention Index Registers Second Increase in Three Months

The index’s rise in June was due in large part to falling gas prices, which helped drive the sale of used trucks, crossovers and SUVs. The downside of falling gas prices was the continued acceleration in depreciation for subcompact and compact cars.