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Intermediate Numbers Explain What Happened to the Used Car Index Last Month

Our price index looks at the marketplace in total, but it is difficult to really understand what is going on without looking at it in more detail.

Electric Vehicle News: EV Roadmap 8 Conference

A couple of weeks ago, I had the opportunity to participate on a panel at the 8th annual Electric Vehicle Roadmap conference in Portland, Oregon. Founded by Portland General Electric and Portland State University, the conference provides a forum for manufacturers, suppliers, government officials, and other key stakeholders to discuss (and debate) the current and future state of EV affairs. Conference attendees were extremely well-informed and passionate about the opportunities EV technology presents. While their opinions on root-cause were varied, participants were quick to acknowledge the challenges faced by EVs as well.

While Summer Heats Up, Vehicle Depreciation Cools Off

Used vehicle depreciation improved considerably over the first half of June compared to the substantial rate recorded in May. Used vehicle prices through the first two weeks of the month have fallen by 2.3% compared to all of May, which is nearly a percentage-point better than last month’s 3.2% decline. While May’s fall was the fourth worst showing for the month since 1995, June’s month-to-date drop is fairly typical for the period.

What New Vehicle Incentives Mean to Used Car Prices

It makes sense: incentivizing someone to purchase a car with cash, finance deals or lease deals reduces the price of that vehicle down the road. But just how much the different types of incentives impact used prices may surprise you.   A new vehicle cash incentive of $1,000 reduces the price of a one-year-old used vehicle by nearly $600, while $1,000 spent on finance and lease incentives reduces the price of that same one-year-old vehicle by $165 and $89, respectively.  If market conditions, such as the economy, time of year, level of supply, etc. and manufacturer suggested retai ...

November Mid-Month Update: Used Vehicle Depreciation Slows Considerably

After diving by 3.5% on a prior month basis in October, used vehicle depreciation eased up substantially over the first half of November with prices falling by 1.2%, a figure in line with NADA’s full-month target of 1.5% to 1.75% and one dramatically better than October’s mid-month fall of 3.1%. At the segment level, mid-size van prices have firmed up the most with depreciation improving to 1.6%, up by more than three percentage points from October’s full-month loss of 4.7%. The stabilization in mid-van prices has come despite 2013 model year volume increasing by 32% or 52 ...

 

    

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