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Discounts, Incentives Stabilize New Vehicle Prices in November
Average New Vehicle Prices Up Nearly 3% in October
New-Car Prices Up 3.1% in June

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.

July 3, 2019

KBB.com Lists Top 10 July 4 Offers

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.

July 2, 2019

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

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.

June 4, 2019

KBB: Avg. Transaction Price in June Rises 3%
KBB: SUV/Pickup Demand Drive Up May's Avg. Transaction Price
April's Average Transaction Price Rises to $35,411
KBB: Average New-Car Prices Rise 2% in February

KBB: Average New-Car Prices Rise 2% in February

Transaction prices have remained unaffected so far this year by the expected slowdown in new-vehicle demand. Notable increases were recorded by American Honda, Toyota Motor Co., and Volkswagen.

March 1, 2018

Hyundai, Acura Take Top Honors in KBB’s ‘5-Year Cost to Own’ Awards
KBB: Average New-Vehicle Prices Rise to Record High in December

KBB: Average Transaction Price Reaches Record High in November

New-vehicle transaction prices are being driven higher by the shifting sales mix away from cars. Ford’s strong mix of F-Series Super Duty sales for the month helped drive up the automaker’s average transaction price by nearly 3%.

December 4, 2017

KBB: Flat Prices, Higher Incentive Spending Signals Headwinds for New-Car Market

KBB: Flat Prices, Higher Incentive Spending Signals Headwinds for New-Car Market

Transaction prices continue to rise at a slower pace, with the third-quarter average up just 1% after averaging 3% gains in the first half of the year. And while KBB expects solid sales in October, flat transaction prices combined with ever-growing incentive spending signal headwinds for the new-vehicle market as the year nears its close.

November 1, 2017

KBB: New-Vehicle Sales Expected to Fall 2% in October

Despite the expected decline, October looks to be relatively strong on strong replacement demand in hurricane-impacted states and higher incentive spending. Kelley Blue Book analysts, however, believe these are indicators that new-vehicle demand is still contracting.

October 25, 2017

KBB: September’s Avg. New-Vehicle Price Up $144 From a Year Ago