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Used Car Market Should Grow 1% in 2018

The used vehicle market should grow about 1% in 2018 bolstered by a federal tax cut and influx of utility vehicles, while new vehicle sales are expected to remain flat, according to Cox Automotive's senior economist.

Courtesy of Enterprise Holdings.


Hurricanes Boosted Used Vehicle Values 2%

The hurricanes that swept through Texas and Florida destroyed and damaged as many as 900,000 vehicles, and the replacement activity that the catastrophic events spurred boosted retention by almost 2%, according Black Book.


Late Model Year Vehicle Values Fall in November

The average price of a used vehicle from model years 2012 to 2016 depreciated in value by 2.2%, in November, according to Black Book. Year-over-year, the average value for these vehicles has depreciated by 13.2%.

(L to R) Don Ross, Carolyn Kindle Betz, Bob Schurwan, Steve Bloom, Pam Nicholson, and Christine Taylor celebrate the opening of the former Fleet Operations facility in 2004. Photo: Enterprise Fleet Management


Enterprise Fleet Management's Retired President Looks Back on Growth

Steve Bloom, retired president of Enterprise Fleet Management, reflects on the key milestones that contributed to the growth of the business that now includes more than 50 fully staffed offices across the U.S. and Canada.

2017 model-year vehicles over a 36-month period with an average of 20,000 miles a year. Vincentric market price is based on invoice price plus destination charge minus published fleet incentives, if any. Cost data from Oct. 2, 2017. Regular fuel calculated at $2.49.


TCO Champs: Crossovers or Sedans?

As consumers and automakers continue to migrate away from sedans toward crossovers, there are no clear winners when analyzing total cost of ownership of individual models.

Photos courtesy of Subaru and Land Rover.


Subaru, Land Rover Earn Top ALG Residual Value Awards

ALG has named Subaru and Land Rover as having the best overall residual values of the 2018 model year in its annual retail-based analysis, the TrueCar Inc. subsidiary announced.



LeasePlan USA Names Remarketing Director

LeasePlan USA has hired Phil Schappert as director remarketing to oversee vehicles through a variety of channels, the Alpharetta, Ga.-based fleet management company announced.

Screenshot via KAR Auction Services.


Fleet Lease Consignor Prices Fall 1.6%

Wholesale prices for fleet lease consignor vehicles fell 1.6% in October from the prior month and 4.5% higher than a year ago, Tom Kontos said in his monthly commentary.

Photo via Peter Stevens / Flickr


High-Mileage Vehicle Depreciation Strengthens

Vehicles over 100,000 aren’t depreciating at the same as they used to due mostly to a tight supply of late-model used vehicles, according to Edmunds’ Q3 Used Vehicle Market Report.

Photo of 2017-MY large pickups courtesy of manufacturers.


Resilient Used Vehicles Keeping Depreciation at Bay

Used vehicles from one to five years old fell 1.4% in value in October in a steady used-vehicle market that showed significant improvement from a year ago with large pickups leading the way, reports Black Book.

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