Mexico braces for damaged autos from U.S.Sept. 9
Stop title washing: It's past time for all states to get on boardSept. 11
Don't get caught with bad carsSept. 11
Never in the history of the auto industry in this country has a natural disaster caused as much devastation to car dealers as the hurricane that struck Houston. Now the industry will have to figure out what to do with a massive number of flood-damaged vehicles.
Rental-car rates surge for few vehicles available in HoustonSept. 6
Flood-car fraud sure to rise from the mudSept. 2
First Shift: Harvey idles hundreds of Texas dealershipsAug. 29
As some public groups expand their used-only operations, others get outAug. 28
Rock Connections to handle used car sales calls for VroomAug. 22
Used-vehicle prices falling amid glutAug. 21
The average used vehicle lost 17 percent of its value in the past 12 months, dropping from $18,400 to $15,300, according to data from Black Book, an auto analytics company. With so many new cars rolling out of dealerships lots and instantly becoming used cars, the secondary market is glutted and the pace of depreciation is rapidly accelerating.