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“Wholesale Used-Vehicle Prices Decline Substantially in August”


From Manheim Consulting today: Wholesale Used-Vehicle Prices Decline Substantially in August Wholesale used-vehicle prices (on a mix, mileage, and seasonally adjusted basis) decreased 4.0% in August from July. The Manheim Used Vehicle Value Index declined to 210.8 but is up 8.4% from a year ago. The non-adjusted price change in August was a decline of 2.6% compared to July, leaving the unadjusted average price up 5.9% year over year.
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This index from Manheim Consulting is based on all completed sales transactions at Manheim’s U.S. auctions.

The Manheim index suggests used car prices decreased in August and are up 8.4% year-over-year (YoY).  
The YoY change is mostly getting smaller.  This index was up 45% YoY in January.  It is likely this index will be down YoY in September.

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