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New-Vehicle Transaction Prices Rise More Than 1% in October

The Volkswagen brand, still suffering from the diesel emissions scandal, was the only brand to show a dip in average transaction prices.

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New-Car Transaction Prices Continue to Rise in June

New-car transaction prices rose 2% in June, with Ford leading the way. The only automaker to realize a decrease was the Volkswagen Group.

New-Car Transaction Prices Climb in February, KBB Reports

New-car prices increased 3.6% over last February, with Hyundai-Kia showing the largest percentage gain of all major OEMs.

KBB Predicts 16.9 Million U.S. Sales in 2015

Despite predicting that new-vehicle sales will rise above 2014 levels, the vehicle information site believes 2015 will be the slowest year for sales growth since 2009.

New-Car Transaction Prices Reach New Record, KBB Reports

Average transaction prices in December were up nearly 3% from a year ago and nearly 1.6% from November, with Hyundai and Kia posting the largest percentage gain among major OEMs.

KBB: New-Car Transaction Prices Up in November

New-car prices have increased by $165 from November last year, while rising $568 from a month prior. Domestic automakers have been the main beneficiaries of this trend, according to Kelley Blue Book.

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.

Avg. New-Vehicle Transaction Price Up $3,900 Since 2009

New-vehicle retail sales through September were at their highest level since 2005, but the rise in new-vehicle transaction prices is what has really contributed to the industry's health this year, say J.D. Power analysts.

New-Car Transaction Prices Jump 3% in August, KBB Reports

In August, the estimated average transaction price for light vehicles in the United States was $32,495, according to the vehicle valuation source. New-car prices have also increased 2.7% from the same period last year.

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J.D. Power: Transaction Prices Reach Record High

Transaction prices for the first six months of 2014 averaged a record $29,630. Consumer expenditures on new vehicles also reached a record high of $194 billion during the period.

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