Compact and mid-size cars claimed the top two spots in terms of best-performing segments for the week as values for the two segments were up 0.17% and 0.24%, respectively.
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Compact and mid-size cars claimed the top two spots in terms of best-performing segments for the week as values for the two segments were up 0.17% and 0.24%, respectively.

Photo courtesy of Black Book. 

Sedans outperformed trucks in the wholesale market for the third week in a row last week, according to Black Book’s Sept. 3 Market Insights report.

Compact and mid-size cars claimed the top two spots in terms of best-performing segments for the week as values for the two segments were up 0.17% and 0.24%, respectively.

The strength of these two segments helped offset the weakness exhibited by luxury car segments.

Overall, the car segment was up 0.03% over last week, compared to a 0.06% decline the segment experienced the week prior.

“Used sedans are hot in the market as value-conscious consumers look for affordable transportation,” said Anil Goyal, executive vice president, operations, for Black Book.

Overall, truck segment values decreased 0.11% last week, compared to 0.16% the week prior. Although the truck segment did not perform as well as the sedan segment, it still experienced a slight increase in values week-over-week.

The small pickup segment was the best-performing segment among trucks last week, as average wholesale values were up 0.1%. The weakest segment among trucks was the compact luxury crossover/SUV segment, which was down 0.36% over the week before.  

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