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KBB: Low Fuel Prices Have Used-Vehicle Buyers Flocking to High-Performance Segments

Used-vehicle buyers are turning to sports cars in greater numbers thanks to low fuel prices, which are allowing them to forego fuel efficiency in favor of performance, KBB said this week.

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KBB: Ride Sharing Not an Imminent Threat to Dealerships

A new study from Kelley Blue Book concludes that the growing popularity of ride- and car-sharing services does not pose an imminent threat to dealerships.

KBB Releases List of Best Family Cars of 2016

Honda led the pack with five models making the list, while Chevrolet had three.

SUV Sales Push Transaction Prices Higher

On the strength of SUV sales, average transaction prices for light vehicles rose slightly in October. Leading the way was Ford and its F-Series line of trucks.

KBB Integrates DealerRater Reviews and Ratings

Kelley Blue Book’s new website will now display dealer reviews and ratings from DealerRater, the two companies announced last week.

KBB: New-Car Sales Expected to Achieve Greatest YTD Gain in June

If Kelley Blue Book’s prediction holds true, the automotive retail industry will realize its greatest year-to-date gain and its highest SAAR reading since Nov. 2012.

KBB: Full-Size Cars in Trouble

Compact crossovers fueled industry sales in April, while full-size cars continued to lose market share as consumers turned to mid-size sedans.

KBB: March Sales Could Reach Highest Total Since August 2007

Volkswagen and Honda are expected to lead in automaker gains, while trucks continue to lead segment sales, Kelley Blue Book reports.

Toyota, Mercedes to Grab the Spotlight With Super Bowl Ads, KBB Predicts

The vehicle information site believes Honda’s RAV4 Super Bowl ad will steal the spotlight for the second straight year. Mercedes-Benz should also be a big winner, KBB analysts predict.

KBB: Used Supply Shortage Coming to an End?

The vehicle information site said a 1 percent uptick in auction sales volume last year could signal the end of the used-vehicle shortage.