Trucks Start Seeing Greater Price Declines than Cars

Anil Goy­al
Senior VP of Auto­mo­tive Val­u­a­tion and Ana­lyt­ics
Black Book

Black Book took a close look at Q1 2016 to ana­lyze seg­ment depre­ci­a­tion trends. While much of the depre­ci­a­tion atten­tion over the past year has focused on cars, the first quar­ter of 2016 saw a few truck seg­ments show heav­ier depre­ci­a­tion, includ­ing Full-size Lux­u­ry Util­i­ties and Full-size Pick­ups. For last week, Lux­u­ry car and SUV seg­ments had rel­a­tive­ly poor per­for­mance while most oth­er car and Crossover/SUV seg­ments showed good week over week reten­tion.

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Mid-Size Car, Full-Size Crossover/SUV and Sub-Com­pact Crossover Had Low­est Depre­ci­a­tion:
Mini­van, Pres­tige Lux­u­ry Car and Com­pact Van seg­ment had largest decline in Q1.

Near Lux­u­ry Car, Lux­u­ry Car and Pres­tige Lux­u­ry Car Showed Larg­er Declines:
Full-Size Car and Sub-Com­pact Car were only car seg­ments with an increase in val­ue.

Over­all Truck Val­ues Decreased by 0.39% Last Week:
Sub-Com­pact Crossover only truck seg­ment with increase at +0.21%.

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