Values for nearly all car segments that Black Book track were up; subcompacts were up 0.14%, compacts were up 0.33%, mid-size were up 0.06%, full-size were up 0.02%, sporty were up 0.34%, and premium sporty were up 0.11%.
 - Photo courtesy of Eric Gandarilla. 

Values for nearly all car segments that Black Book track were up; subcompacts were up 0.14%, compacts were up 0.33%, mid-size were up 0.06%, full-size were up 0.02%, sporty were up 0.34%, and premium sporty were up 0.11%.

Photo courtesy of Eric Gandarilla. 

Wholesale values for the sedan segment continued to climb last week, according to Black Book’s Sept. 10 Market Insights report.

Values for nearly all car segments that Black Book track were up; subcompacts were up 0.14%, compacts were up 0.33%, mid-size were up 0.06%, full-size were up 0.02%, sporty were up 0.34%, and premium sporty were up 0.11%.

The only sedan segments that didn’t see higher week-to-week values were luxury, near luxury, and prestige luxury cars.

Overall, car segment values increased 0.09% last week, compared to an increase of 0.03% the week prior.

The truck segment also performed well last week, as overall values for the segment decreased by 0.04%, compared to a decrease of 0.11% the week prior.

The best-performing segments among trucks were full-size crossover/SUVs and full-size vans, which were up 0.2% and 0.24%, respectively. Similar to the car segment, luxury trucks were the weakest performing segments within the truck segment.

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