used-vehicle sales

1  -  10  of  38

July 5, 2018

Edmunds: Stage Set for Market Contraction

June’s annual percentage rate of 5.82% marked a 17% increase since January 2018. Add rising rates to a virtually saturated U.S. market, record-high vehicle prices, and historically high numbers of people who owe more than their cars are worth, and the stage is set for a market contraction, the firm said.

June 26, 2018

3 Factors Impacting 2018 Auto Shipping Costs

Transportation and shipping expert identifies three reasons auto transportation costs are up this year.

March 29, 2018

Cox: Off-Lease Tidal Wave Poses Greatest Risk to New-Vehicle Sales

It’s not just the wave of off-lease vehicles expected to return to the market this year and next, it’s the type of vehicles returning that could stunt new sales. Rising interest rates, however, could turn the tide for the new-vehicle market.

March 8, 2018

Black Book: Used Retention Index Rises on Early Spring Selling Activity

The spring selling season got off to an early start, leading to a slight month-over-month uptick in the firm’s Used Vehicle Retention Index. The big question is how the harsh weather that has recently struck parts of the country will impact values moving forward.

February 27, 2018

DriveTime Names New CEO

The used-vehicle retailer has named Don Reese as its new CEO. He replaces Ray Fidel, who stepped down as the company's chief executive in January.

October 31, 2017

Asbury: Q3 Revenue, Gross Profit Down Due to Hurricanes

Total revenue and gross profit were down 5% and 2% from a year ago, respectively, with Hurricane Irma having a significant impact on sales in the group’s core Florida and Georgia markets. F&I was a bright spot, with total gross profit up 4% and the group’s per-copy average increasing by $142 from a year ago to $1,547.

October 12, 2017

Manheim Index Reaches Record High for Fifth Consecutive Month

The Manheim Used Vehicle Value Index reached a record high in September for the fifth consecutive month, while the SAAR rose to its highest September reading in three decades. The main driver was replacement demand caused by hurricanes Harvey and Irma.

October 10, 2017

Business Leaders Cautiously Optimistic About Trump, Economy, Auto Sales

Despite a few political and economic setbacks, 2017 is expected to be one of the highest performing years on record in terms of auto sales. They key going forward is the Trump Administration’s ability to turn its pro-business campaign rhetoric into reality.

September 26, 2017

J.D. Power: Wholesale Prices Decline in August

Wholesale prices of used vehicles up to eight years in age fell by 1.2% in August. Over the past five years, however, losses for the period averaged a more significant 2.2%.

September 22, 2017

Dealers More Optimistic About Used-Car Market vs. New

Sentiment speaks to recent auto finance data showing prime and superprime car buyers shifting toward used, where the average monthly payment was $139 less than the record $504 average monthly payment for new in the second quarter.

« Previous1234Next »