Segments Were Down in Value While Holiday Demand Stayed Strong

Anil Goy­al
VP of Auto­mo­tive Val­u­a­tion and Ana­lyt­ics
Black Book

All vehi­cle seg­ments saw val­ue depre­ci­a­tion last week, yet the sales vol­ume stayed up. Auc­tion activ­i­ty stayed up con­sid­er­ing the hol­i­days. It may be an indi­ca­tion of a strong year start­ing up at the auc­tions. Vol­ume-weight­ed, over­all truck val­ues decreased slight­ly high­er than cars – at 0.36% down for trucks ver­sus 0.33% down for cars val­ues.

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Pres­tige Lux­u­ry Remained Rel­a­tive­ly Sta­ble – Only Car Seg­ment to See Sta­bil­i­ty:
Near Lux­u­ry Car seg­ment had largest change for cars at 0.63% decrease from last week.

Mid-Size CUV and Mini Car­go Van Had Largest Week­ly Depre­ci­a­tion Rates:
Seg­ments declined at -0.75% and -0.84%, respec­tive­ly.

Gaso­line Prices Went up to $2.034 Last Week, $0.265 Below Last Year:
Diesel prices were high­er at $2.235, $0.978 below this time a year ago.


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