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Average New-Vehicle Prices Rise More Than $2,000 from Last Year, Hitting All-Time Record High for May

The estimated average transaction price for a light vehicle in the United States was $41,263 in May 2021, according to the analysts at Kelley Blue Book.

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Average New-Vehicle Prices Continue to Climb, up 2.2% Year Over Year for April 2021

Volkswagen strength driven by best-selling models; Tesla falls on price declines for its most expensive vehicles.

Kelley Blue Book Names Winners of 10th Annual 5-Year Cost to Own Awards

Honoring new-vehicle brands, models with lowest projected ownership costs to help shoppers save money.

Kelley Blue Book Announces Winners of 2021 Brand Image Awards

Subaru leads non-luxury brand categories, Tesla dominates luxury brands.

Kelley Blue Book Names 2021 Best Resale Value Award Winners

An average 2021 model-year vehicle will only retain about 40% of its original value after a five-year ownership period.

Kelley Blue Book Names 10 Best Automotive Technologies of 2021

Kelley Blue Book names the 10 Best Automotive Technologies of 2021 to help consumers make sense of what to look for when it comes to the latest and greatest car tech this year.

Kelley Blue Book Announces 2021 Best Buy Award Winners

Annual awards name Kia Seltos as the 'Best New Model for 2021'.

Kelley Blue Book, Upper Diamond Earn Gold, Silver Brandon Hall Group Awards in 2020 for Instant Cash Offer Training Program

Since launching the program in early March 2020, enrollment has surpassed 900 dealerships, equating to more than 6,000 dealership employees.

Kelley Blue Book Turns Your Old Car into Lifesaving Support for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

This third annual fundraising campaign runs through the rest of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month in September and honors those with pediatric cancer.

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Kelley Blue Book Names Discontinued 2020 Models and 12 Best Cars Worth Waiting For in 2021

Kelley Blue Book studied the marketplace and unearthed which 2020 models will be heading into retirement, and which all-new vehicles are worth waiting for in 2021.

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