Cars and Trucks Saw High and Low Price Fluctuations by Segments

Anil Goy­al
Senior VP of Auto­mo­tive Val­u­a­tion and Ana­lyt­ics
Black Book

Used vehi­cle data from the month of Feb­ru­ary showed that most car segment’s reten­tion has gen­er­al­ly con­tin­ued to per­form weak­er than that of trucks. The month did see vari­a­tions by seg­ment, with a few truck seg­ments show­ing much weak­ness while some car seg­ments showed strength – and vice ver­sa. Full-Size Pick­up and Sub-Com­pact Car both expe­ri­enced the high­est depre­ci­a­tion in the month of Feb­ru­ary. Mid-Size Car and Com­pact Crossover/SUV per­formed the best in retain­ing val­ue in Feb­ru­ary.

Read the lat­est Mar­ket Insights report

High Sup­ply and Low Demand for Small Cars threw Off Spring Mar­ket:
Crossover/SUV seg­ments con­tin­ue to get more inter­est from buy­ers.

Full-Size Car, Mid-Size Car and Near Lux­u­ry Car Best Per­form­ing Car Seg­ments:
Seg­ments changed in val­ue by 0%, -0.2% and -0.2%, respec­tive­ly.

Over­all Truck Val­ues Decreased by 0.26% Last Week:
Bet­ter than the aver­age depre­ci­a­tion rate of 0.36% seen in the pre­vi­ous eight weeks.



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