Posts Tagged ‘New Car Prices’

New-Vehicle Prices Keep Rising, According to Kelley Blue Book

The estimated average transaction price for a light vehicle in the United States was $37,851 in January 2020, according to the valuation analysts at Kelley Blue Book.

New-vehicle prices increased $1,296 (up 3.5%)
from January 2019, while falling $806 (down…

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Average Monthly New Car Payments Up $30

The valuation analysts at Kelley Blue Book today reported the estimated average transaction price for a light vehicle in the United States was $36,733 in March 2019.

New-vehicle prices increased $824 (up 2.3 percent)
from March 2018, while decreasing $174 (down…

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Small SUV Average Transaction Prices Weaken, According to Kelley Blue Book

Vehicle transaction prices keep going up. However, in the best-selling small SUV segment, price increases are slowing, according to Kelley Blue Book. What gives?

Kelley Blue Book reports the estimated average transaction price for light vehicles in the United States was $35,541 in August 2018. New-vehicle prices…

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New-Car Prices Jump Higher, According to Kelley Blue Book

The estimated average transaction price (ATP) for light vehicles in the United States was $35,285 in March 2018, according to the analysts at Kelley Blue Book.

New-vehicle prices have increased by $703 (up 2 percent) from March 2017, while falling $23 (down 0.1 percent) from last month…

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Average New-Car Prices Set New Record High, According To Kelley Blue Book

The estimated average transaction price (ATP) for light vehicles in the United States was $35,870 in November 2017, according to Kelley Blue Book.

New-car prices have increased by $554 (up 1.6 percent) from November 2016, while climbing $83 (up 0.2 percent) from last month

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New Cars Unaffordable for Most Americans, Bankrate Finds

A median-income household can only afford the average-priced new car in one of the 25 largest U.S. metropolitan areas, according to a new Bankrate.com report. Washington, D.C. came out on top.

The study adhered to the “20/4/10” rule: a 20% down payment, a…

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