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Weekly roundup 2/10/23

Weekly Roundup: New NAMAD President has big plans, Deloitte shares 2023...

Weekly Roundup: Study finds car dealers are vulnerable to the uptick in cybersecurity threats, used vehicle prices inch higher in January, President Biden reworks tax...
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Manheim reports used vehicle prices and sales rose in January

According to the Manheim Used Vehicle Value Index, wholesale used vehicle prices rose 2.5% between the ends of December and January. During the same...

Manheim forecasts used vehicle market will perform better in 2023

Cox Automotive has published a surprisingly positive forecast for 2023's used-vehicle market, predicting slightly better sales and a market normalization. The data used for its...
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Wholesale used vehicle prices dropped 3% in September — Manheim

Both the Manheim Used Vehicle Value Index and non-seasonally adjusted prices showed a steep decline year-over-year for the month of September. Wholesale used-vehicle prices decreased...

Cox Automotive releases mid-April wholesale used-vehicle update

Cox Automotive has released a mid-month update on wholesale used-vehicle prices, which indicates that prices dropped more in the first half of April than the entire...

Wholesale prices expected to climb even higher after setting September record

The Manheim Market Report for September 2021 showed that wholesale used vehicle prices have risen to an all-time high once again, and the increase...
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What the latest Manheim Used Vehicle Value Index reveals about the...

On today’s show, we’re pleased to welcome Jonathan Smoke, Chief Economist for Cox Automotive. He discusses the Manheim Used Vehicle Value Index and the...
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CBT Automotive Newscast: July 15, 2020

Today's Featured Interview: DealerPRO Training CEO Don Reed on Rebooting Your Fixed-Ops Department: With a shortage of technicians, strained advertising budgets, and a national pandemic, it...