Car prices are going through the roof. Inflation just keep coming. As outlined by Axios:
At the risk of sounding like a broken record: Used car prices are still going up.
Wholesale vehicle prices, or what dealers pay, rose 3.9% in November, putting the year-over-year increase at 43.5%.
The big picture: Price growth in used vehicles, the poster child for supply chain disruption, is slowing — after a 9.2% surge in October.
“Wholesale prices appear to have peaked the week before Thanksgiving as weekly prices have declined slightly in each of the last 2 weeks,” wrote Jonathan Smoke, chief economist at Cox Automotive, which compiles the Manheim vehicle index.Axios Markets By Kate Marino ·Dec 08, 2021