Rental Vehicle Fleet Remarketing

Remarketing your rental vehicles effectively will increase your revenue. The rental vehicle fleet remarketing channel will help you improve resale value, recondition grounded vehicles and use online remarketing and auto auctions to sell vehicles while in use.


Compact Vans See Highest Weekly Depreciation

Sporty cars and compact vans saw the heaviest depreciation last week, according to Black Book’s Nov. 27 Market Insights report.

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Vehicle Depreciation Reaches 'Seasonal High Declines'

Both car and truck wholesale values continued to fall last week, according to Black Book’s Nov. 20 Market Insights report.

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Fleets Assess Hurricane Impacts

Some 600,000 to 1 million vehicles were severely damaged or lost as a result of Hurricanes Irma and Harvey, resulting in a spike in vehicle sales and buoyed depreciation.

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Enterprise Holdings Honors Auto Auction Partners

Enterprise Holdings will recognize 14 automotive auction partners with its 2017 Auction Achievement Awards.

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High-Mileage Vehicle Depreciation Strengthens

Vehicles over 100,000 aren’t depreciating at the same as they used to due mostly to a tight supply of late-model used vehicles, according to Edmunds’ Q3 Used Vehicle Market Report.

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Manheim's Used Vehicle Values Rise 6 Straight Months

Wholesale used vehicle prices rose for the sixth month in a row in October, increasing by 1.02%, according to Manheim’s October Used Vehicle Value Index. This brought the index to 136.3, an 8.1% rise from a year ago.

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Weekly Car and Truck Depreciation Rises

Both cars and trucks saw a noticeable rise in depreciation last week, according to Black Book’s Nov. 6 Market Insights report.

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Black Book's Index Continues Upward March in October

The firm attributed the strong vehicle retention in October to increased replacement activity stemming from Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. However, the increased replacement activity seen in October is expected to be the last boost to come from the hurricanes.

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Weekly Wholesale Values Remain Flat

Average wholesale values saw little change last week compared to the week before it, with depreciation falling in both the car and truck segment, according to Black Book’s Oct. 30 Market Insights report.

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October Depreciation Rates Seasonally Low

Depreciation trends for both car and truck segments are seasonally lower than what is normally expected this time of year, according to Black Book’s Oct. 23 Market Insights report.

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Hurricane Replacement Still Boosting Used Vehicle Prices

The average price of used vehicles model years 2012-2016 fell 0.7% in September, with the lion’s share of that depreciation coming from the car segment, according to Black Book. As of September, all vehicles are averaging a 12-month depreciation of 14.5%.

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Used Vehicle Prices Expected to Rise Until End of Year

Wholesale used vehicle prices rose 2.77% in September on a month-over-month basis, which drove Manheim’s Used Vehicle Value Index up 6.3% from a year ago to 134.9, marking five months of consecutive growth.

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Black Book Used Vehicle Index Rises in September

Black Book’s Used Vehicle Retention Index increased from 112.6 to 113.9 in September, the largest month-over-month gain since March 2012, according to a company announcement.

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Durango, Grand Cherokee SUVs Recalled for Brakes

The recall, set to get under way Nov. 7, covers more than 646,000 vehicles in the 2011 to 2014 model years.

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Pickup Truck Interest Rises in the Aftermath of Hurricanes

Pickup trucks have seen a surge in consumer interest in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma and Harvey, according to Jumpstart Automotive Media.

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Hurricanes Drive Down Weekly Wholesale Depreciation

The average wholesale value of cars and trucks saw little depreciation last week, as lane activity has increased as a result of the recent hurricanes, according to Black Book’s Sept. 25 Market Insights report.

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Compact SUVs Remain in High Demand

In the car segment, luxury and sporty cars decreased the most in value last week, while mid-size vehicles showed a slight increase in value

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Manheim Opens Fourth North Carolina Location

Manheim Wilmington is the fourth permanent Manheim location in North Carolina. Manheim built the two-lane facility through a partnership with D&C Mitsubishi.

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Salvage Auctions Estimate Volume of Hurricane-Damaged Vehicles

While the effect that Hurricane Irma had on Insurance Auto Auction's and Copart's operations in Florida was relatively mild, Houston was a different story.

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Wholesale Used Vehicle Depreciation at Two-Month Low

Wholesale used vehicles had their best weekly performance in two months, according to Black Book’s Sept. 11 Market Insights report.

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