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J.D. Power: Wholesale Prices Decline in June

June wholesale prices for used vehicles up to eight years in age fell by an average of 0.9% compared to May. Losses at the segment level were less than historic norms across the board on both the mainstream and premium sides of the market, the firm said.

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J.D. Power: Wholesale Prices Down in May, Auction Volume Growing

May’s wholesale prices for used vehicles up to eight years in age fell 1.7% from the prior month, a level that’s typical for this time of year, the firm stated in its June Used Car and Light Truck Guidelines report.

J.D. Power: Wholesale Prices Decline in August

Wholesale prices of used vehicles up to eight years in age fell by 1.2% in August. Over the past five years, however, losses for the period averaged a more significant 2.2%.

Black Book: Harvey May Have Totaled 1 Million Vehicles

Black Book issued its estimate days after Cox Automotive Chief Economist Jonathan Smoke said the number of damaged vehicles could reach half a million. With Harvey coming ashore near the Texas-Louisiana border on Wednesday, forecasts remain fluid.

J.D. Power: June a ‘Relatively Average’ Month for Wholesale Prices

The 2.2% decline in wholesale prices of vehicles up to eight years in age was right in line with average losses recorded for the month over the past five years, J.D. Power Valuation Services reported this week. However, the firm’s Seasonally Adjusted Used Vehicle Price Index was significantly lower than a year ago.

Kontos: Wholesale Prices Softening Despite YOY Increase in June

Average wholesale prices in June were down vs. June but up vs. a year ago. A drill down into the data, however, reveals price softening on a year-over-year basis when accounting for sales type, vehicle age, model class, and mileage, KAR Chief Economist Tom Kontos said this week.

J.D. Power: Wholesale Values Decline in May

J.D. Power Valuation Services’ seasonally adjusted used-vehicle price index managed to increase for the first time in a year. While positive, May’s index figure was 7.6% below May 2016.

Manheim Index Hits Record High

With wholesale used-vehicle prices rising in May, the Manheim Used Vehicle Value Index rose to a record 127.9. The firm noted that dealers purchased the most vehicles at Manheim auctions for the month of May since 2008.

Manheim Used Vehicle Value Index Increases 1.6% in April

The index's April reading was 124.7, a year-over-year improvement thanks to the 0.5% increase in wholesale used-vehicle prices. Manheim officials said any weakness is more a result of excessive new-vehicle inventory, with more than four million new units sitting on dealer lots for the last three months.

Kontos: Used-Vehicle Prices Soften 'Uncharacteristically' in February

February provided “further concrete evidence of softening” of used-vehicle prices, ADESA's Tom Kontos wrote in his monthly Kontos Kommentary.