Year-Over-Year Car and Truck Depreciation Rate Increases

November 20, 2015
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This week, the Black Book Market Insights Report looks at the continuing impact late-year seasonality is having across all car and truck segments. 

“Wholesale values have declined at a relatively high rate in recent weeks, a foreseen trend caused by the impact of seasonality,” said Anil Goyal, Vice President of Automotive Valuation and Analytics at Black Book.

Model-Years: 2007-2013, Volume Weighted Wholesale Average Values, Weekly Change from 11/6/15 to 11/12/15. (Source: Black Book).
Model-Years: 2007-2013, Volume Weighted Wholesale Average Values, Weekly Change from 11/6/15 to 11/12/15. (Source: Black Book).

Volume-weighted, overall car values decreased by 0.72 percent for the week of November 17, declining by 0.42 percent year-over-year. The Entry Level Car and Entry Mid-Size Car Segments saw the largest depreciation this past week with decreases of 1.29 percent and 1.12 percent, respectively.

Model-Years: 2007-2013, Volume Weighted Wholesale Average Values, Weekly Change from 11/6/15 to 11/12/15. (Source: Black Book).
Model-Years: 2007-2013, Volume Weighted Wholesale Average Values, Weekly Change from 11/6/15 to 11/12/15. (Source: Black Book).

Volume-weighted, overall truck values decreased by 0.44 percent last week, with a year-over-year decrease of 0.31 percent. Compact Pickup and Compact SUV saw little to no change this past week with -0.01 percent and 0 percent, respectively.

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