MCLEAN, Va., Dec. 15, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The latest monthly Guidelines report from NADA Used Car Guide finds that wholesale prices of vehicles up to eight years in age fell by 3.3 percent on a monthly basis in November. In addition to taking a bigger drop than expected for the month, the decline is also more than double the 1.4 percent average recorded during November the past three years. The month-end result was the market's third worst performance in 2016. As a result, NADA Used Car Guide's seasonally adjusted used vehicle price index fell by 0.3 percent to 116.3.
Major analysis takeaways from the NADA Used Car Guide Guidelines report include:
Wholesale Depreciation Fell Slightly in November
Prices declined by an average of 3.3%
Used Vehicle Price Index Declined
Index slipped by 0.3% to 116.3
New Vehicle Deliveries Increased
Sales grew by 3.7%, new vehicle SAAR reached 17.75M
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