NADA Used Car Guide News & Analysis
NADA continually gathers and analyzes the latest automotive industry trends in order to keep you informed and to provide crucial guidance for every business decision on the purchase, sale, loan, lease or assessment of a used vehicle. We publish monthly NADA Guidelines, which recaps industry activity, predicts what lies ahead in the marketplace and explains movement in the used vehicle valuation market. Also every month our executive automotive analysts present comprehensive video market overviews and blogs based on this extensive knowledge base and expertise.
After diving by 3.5% in October, the rate of used vehicle depreciation slowed substantially in November as wholesale prices for units up to eight years in age fell by 1.5% on a prior-month basis. The month’s rather strong showing pushed NADA’s seasonally adjusted used vehicle price index to 125.6 in November, up 1.8 points from October’s figure of 123.8. This is the highest point reached on NADA’s index, surpassing the previous high of 125.0 set back in December 2012. Download December Guidelines >
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Senior Automotive Analyst, Larry Dixon, discusses how the federal government shutdown exacerbates normal seasonal softness, and impacts both new vehicle sales and used vehicle prices in November. Chris Visser, Senior Commercial Truck Analyst, reports that September's retail sleeper tractor prices were just off the record high. View the videos >
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