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Black Book: Vehicle Depreciation Shows Pockets of Strength at Midway Point of 2017

The price of cars dropped 1.8%, while trucks recorded a 0.8% decline in value for the month of June. Small pickups registered the lowest monthly depreciation, while subcompact cars recorded the largest depreciation in June.

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Black Book: Retention Index Registers Second Increase in Three Months

The index’s rise in June was due in large part to falling gas prices, which helped drive the sale of used trucks, crossovers and SUVs. The downside of falling gas prices was the continued acceleration in depreciation for subcompact and compact cars.

Black Book: Spring Lift Continues

High demand for pre-owned vehicles resulted in increased values, with 13 out of the 22 vehicle segments registering increases in average value, the firm reported.

Morgan Stanley: Used-Car Values Could Fall by 50%

A new report from Morgan Stanley identifies several key factors that could cut used-car values in half by 2022.

Black Book: Cars Continue to Outperform Truck Segment

This week’s Black Book Market Insights report shows the car segment retaining its value better than the truck segment as a whole. However, compact vans saw their values strengthen by 1.17%, outperforming all other vehicle segments.

Black Book: Cars Outperform Trucks, Luxury Cars Continue to Falter

Luxury vehicles continued to struggle last week, leading all segments in terms of depreciation. The other big story was the performance of cars, which continued to retain their values better than trucks.

Black Book: Small Crossovers and Cars Have Strong Week

After four weeks of living below 0.37%, the depreciation rate for the truck segment reached its highest level in February — and its second-highest this year — last week, according to Black Book’s Feb. 27 Market Insights report.

Black Book/Fitch: Vehicle Depreciation to Reach 17.8% in 2017

The vehicle valuation firm said the depreciation rate will rise from 17.3% in 2016 to 17.8%, while Fitch said Auto ABS performance will continue to slow in 2017 as losses slowly rise to more normalized levels.

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.

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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.