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Manheim Used Value Index Grows 6.2% in February

Wholesale used vehicle prices increased 1.35% month-over-month in February, bringing the Manheim Used Vehicle Value Index to 143.5, which is 6.2% higher than it was at the same time in 2019.

Q&A: Manheim's Grace Huang Looks Ahead

Manheim's president who oversees the inventory solutions unit offers thoughts on fleet mobility services, bringing artificial intelligence to inspections, and the company's diversification strategy.

The State of Remarketing in 2019

Overall used vehicle values are at strong levels. Crossover values are holding steady but there is cause for concern in the near future. Sedan values are expected to improve or stabilize as more crossovers enter the market.

Experts Forecast the 2019 Used Vehicle Market

Prices and volume are not expected to plummet in 2019, but industry experts seem to feel that the best-case scenario will be a plateau, and more realistically, will fall slightly.

Sedan Wholesale Values Strengthen Through 2018

Prior to 2018, sedans at auction had experienced three years of consecutive value declines. For sedan-heavy fleets, this may have meant an impact to total cost of ownership for those vehicles, as profits from remarketing them would have suffered. Now companies with sedan-heavy fleets may be finding that a window of opportunity to remarket those vehicles for better profit has emerged.