June Used Vehicle Depreciation More Than Doubles

Accord­ing to Black Book data, the aver­age price of a used vehi­cle for mod­el years 2009–2013 over­all saw larg­er depre­ci­a­tion in June com­pared with the pre­vi­ous two months, sig­nal­ing typ­i­cal sum­mer­time pat­terns. Aver­age seg­ment prices saw -1.0% depre­ci­a­tion in June com­pared with May lev­els of -0.4%.

“The annu­al depre­ci­a­tion pat­terns typ­i­cal­ly see larg­er val­ue changes in the sec­ond half of each year, and we’ve seen this begin to pick up the pace over the last 45–60 days,” said . “We will keep a watch­ful eye on how gas prices and the new mod­el year impact this pace of depre­ci­a­tion as we head through the sum­mer months.”

Domes­tic cars changed -2.0%; import cars changed -1.4%; domes­tic trucks changed -0.5%; and import trucks changed -0.8%. Aver­age pre-reces­sion depre­ci­a­tion is his­tor­i­cal­ly between -1% and -2% month­ly, and Black Book expects over­all 2014 depre­ci­a­tion of -13.5%.

Mid-Size Pick­ups led all seg­ments with the strongest month­ly reten­tion at +1.1%, fol­lowed by Car­go Mini­vans at +0.5%. Mid-Size Pick­ups include the GMC Canyon, Chevro­let Col­orado, Dodge Dako­ta and Hon­da Ridge­line. The aver­age seg­ment price at the end of June was $17,758, a -6.3% change from year-ago lev­els ($18,952).

Pre­mi­um Sporty Cars led all car seg­ments with the low­est depre­ci­a­tion change at -0.6% on the month, and the only car seg­ment in the top-12 for seg­ment depre­ci­a­tion per­for­mance. Vehi­cles in this seg­ment include the BMW 6-Series, Mer­cedes-Benz CL-Class, Chevro­let Corvette, Nis­san GT-R, Mer­cedes-Benz SL-Class and Cadil­lac XLR. The aver­age seg­ment price at the end of June was $49,136, a -12.3% change from year ago lev­els ($56,048).

Entry Mid-Size Cars led all seg­ments with the high­est depre­ci­a­tion at -2.7% dur­ing June. Vehi­cles in this seg­ment include Ford Fusion, Volk­swa­gen Jet­ta, Chevro­let Mal­ibu, Toy­ota Prius, Buick Regal and Chevro­let Volt. The aver­age seg­ment price at the end of June was $12,539, a -11.4% change from year-ago lev­els ($14,155).

Com­pact Crossovers and Pas­sen­ger Mini­vans led all truck seg­ments with the largest depre­ci­a­tion in June (-1.4%). Vehi­cles in the Com­pact Crossover seg­ment include the Hon­da CR-V, Maz­da CX-7, Ford Escape, Jeep Patri­ot, Toy­ota Rav4 and Nis­san Rogue. The aver­age seg­ment price at the end of June was $14,968, a -10.9% change from year-ago lev­els ($16,808).

• Only three of the twen­ty-four total car and truck seg­ments fin­ished the month with a pos­i­tive val­ue change: Mid-Size Pick­ups (+1.1%); Car­go Mini­vans (+0.5%); and Full-Size Pick­ups (+0.1%).

Six vehi­cle seg­ments, all cars, had a month­ly depre­ci­a­tion change high­er than -1.5%, com­pared with none at this rate in May: Entry Mid-Size Cars (-2.7%); Com­pact Cars (-2.5%); Full-Size Cars (-2.4%); Upper Mid-Size Cars (-1.8%); Entry-Lev­el Cars (-1.8%); and Sporty Cars (-1.6%).

 

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