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Black Book Lists Top Percentage Changes for 2011-MY Used Vehicles

September 13, 2012

GAINESVILLE, GA Black Book has compiled a list of the top percentage changes in vehicle resale values for 2011-MY vehicles. The publication noted that entry-level cars showed the weakest price increase at 15.6%, and that prestige luxury cars increased the most, at 24.4%.

“The opposite rang true for truck segments as compact SUVs like Jeep Wrangler and Nissan Xterra showed the most strength at 27.4%," said Ricky Beggs, Senior Analyst at Black Book.

Next down the list were luxury SUVs at 19.1% and full-size SUVs at 19.0%. Full-size CUVs were at the bottom, showing a 10.6% increase. The chart below shows the values for each of the segments:

Car SegmentsValues Through 2010Values Through 2011% Change

Prestige Luxury

$23,300

$28,387

24.40%

Luxury Level Car

$13,770

$17,003

23.50%

Near Luxury Car

$10,719

$12,845

19.80%

Upper Mid-Size Car

$8,117

$9,662

19.00%

Compact Car

$6,480

$7,710

19.00%

Full-Size Car

$7,765

$9,231

18.80%

Entry Mid-Size Car

$6,909

$8,145

17.80%

Sporty Car

$14,541

$16,987

16.80%

Premium Sporty

$36,013

$41,756

16.00%

Entry-Level Car

$5,852

$6,767

15.60%

    
    

Truck Segments

Values Through 2010

Values Through 2011

% Change

Compact SUV

$9,695

$12,350

27.40%

Mini Van Cargo

$4,392

$5,512

25.50%

Full-Size Van Cargo

$9,220

$11,294

22.50%

Compact CUV

$9,966

$12,055

21.00%

Full-Size Van Wagon

$9,480

$11,381

20.10%

Mid-Size SUV

$10,737

$12,838

19.60%

Mid-Size CUV

$13,793

$16,466

19.40%

Luxury SUV

$24,196

$28,813

19.10%

Full-Size SUV

$13,974

$16,630

19.00%

Mini Van Wagon

$7,372

$8,764

18.90%

Compact Pickup

$9,492

$10,727

13.00%

Full-Size Pickup

$14,026

$15,735

12.20%

Mid-Size Pickup

$11,614

$12,869

10.80%

Full-Size CUV

$20,272

$22,431

10.60%

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