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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.

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Manheim: Wholesale Prices Slip in February

Given last February's sharp dip in pricing, the Manheim Index shows a year-over-year gain of 1.1%, putting it at 124.6 for the month of February. The firm also noted that the crazy tax refund season that was expected to negatively impact dealers never materialized.

Manheim: Wholesale Prices Slipped in January

Manheim's Tom Webb believes the 0.3% year-over-year decrease could have been much worse considering the "sharply rising" supply of used units.

Kontos: December Wholesale Prices Fall, Up 3.9% YOY

Wholesale used-vehicle prices in December averaged $10,642, which was essentially flat with the prior month but up 3.9% from a year ago, according to ADESA Analytical Services.

Compact Cars Continue to Show Strength

For model years 2008-2014, compact cars realized a wholesale value decline of 0.11% — the lowest level among all small cars. Alternatively, prestige luxury cars and subcompact cars realized the highest wholesale-value declines, with depreciation of 0.69% and 0.64%, respectively.

Black Book: Smaller Cars Back in Demand

Small cars (model-year 2008-2014) are making a comeback to open the year, and Black Book believes the segment could be in for a good spring.

Wholesale Used-Vehicle Prices Increase in December, Manheim Reports

Wholesale used-vehicle prices on a mix-, mileage-, and seasonally adjusted basis increased by 0.2% in December, according to Manheim. Compared to December 2015, the Manheim Used Vehicle Value Index declined 0.6% to 124.9.

Channel Stuffing, Incentives Responsible for Slip in Manheim Index

Wholesale used vehicle prices on a mix-, mileage-, and seasonally adjusted basis declined 1% in November, according to Manheim’s Used Vehicle Value Index report. Due to this decline, the Manheim Used Vehicle Value Index fell 0.3% from a year ago to 124.7.

Black Book: Used-Vehicle Depreciation Continues Slowdown

For the car segment, wholesale values decreased by 0.56% last week, an improvement over the 0.62% decrease the segment realized the week before. On the truck front, wholesale values decreased by 0.31%, less than the prior week’s depreciation rate of 0.59%.

NADAUCG: Wholesale Depreciation Remains Steady in October

October’s 3.6% decline in wholesale prices for used vehicles eight years in age was in line with the NADA Used Car Guide’s forecasted range of 3.2% to 3.7%. However, the decline was slightly more than this October than the previous three-year average decline of 3.3% for the period.