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November Used Vehicle Depreciation Reaches 1.9 Percent

The average price of a used vehicle fell 1.9 percent in November from the prior month led by steeper-than-expected declines by full-size pickups, according to Black Book.

Photo of 2011 E-150 cargo van courtesy of Ford.

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Full-Size Vans Only Vehicles With Rising Residual Values

The vehicles should finish the year as the only category that will increase in residual value, while the broader market should depreciate more than 12 percent.

The Toyota Tundra won it's fourth consecutive ALG Residual Value award. (PHOTO: Toyota)

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ALG Names Residual Value Awards for Trucks

In 2015, the Toyota Tacoma pickup truck wins a 14th straight residual value award with the Toyota Tundra winning its fourth consecutive award. Additionally, the Chevrolet Tahoe and Ford Transit Connect were among the eight vehicles that earned RVAs for the first time.

Photo of 2013 Chevrolet Express 2500 cargo van courtesy of General Motors.

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Depreciation Reaches Yearly High in October

Domestic cars lost the most in value at 3.2 percent among vehicles from the 2009-2013 model-years, while domestic trucks lost 2.1 percent. Compact pickups and full-size passenger vans and full-size cargo vans showed the most strength.

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November Heavy Equipment Auctions in Three States

Fleets in North Carolina, Oregon, and New York looking to expand or replace their existing fleets of heavy equipment including utility vehicles have more than 1,500 items to choose from in the month of November.

Photo courtesy of Hilco Industrial.

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Detroit Auctions Vehicles to Decrease Debt

The City of Detroit is selling off more than 450 surplus vehicles through a two day auction in November.

Photo of 2013 Chevrolet Traverse courtesy of GM.

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Used-Vehicle Depreciation Peaks in September

Used vehicles sold at auctions logged their highest depreciation this year in September, as 2009-2013 car and truck models fell 1.7 percent in value.

Through the use of online marketplaces, such as TruckPlanet, fleets can buy and sell vehicles from the convenience of their offices, saving time and reducing expenses. Sellers are able to reach a larger audience, while buyers find more selection than at a physical auction. (PHOTO: TruckPlanet)

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Saving Time & Money at Auctions

Remarketing commercial trucks online can save fleets time and money typically spent transporting trucks to physical auctions.

Ram ProMaster: Photo by Vince Taroc.

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New Commercial Vans Offer Improved Residual Value

A lineup of new full-size commercial vans from Chrysler/Ram, Ford, and Mercedes-Benz will deliver significantly higher residual value that their counterparts from previous generations, according to ALG’s latest industry projection.

Photo of 2014 Chevrolet Express van courtesy of GM.

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Used Vehicle Depreciation Stabilizes in August

Overall depreciation for used vehicles from the past five model years improved slightly from July as the average value fell 1.3 percent in the month compared to 1.5 percent in July, according to Black Book's monthly report.

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