- Van, full-size sport utility segments among top used-vehicle performers
- Entry-level luxury vehicles down more than 4 percent year-over-year
- Subcompacts approach three-year vehicle value lows
- Full-size pickup trucks continue mild downward trend through August 2014
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Exclusive study reveals how consumers use multiple devices while shopping for a car.
Autotrader's Multi-Device Car Shopping Study shows how the usage of smartphones and tablets is changing car shopping and provides insights into what OEMs and dealers need to do to influence shoppers across devices.
Millennials are aging into the United States' largest car-buying cohort. Here's a quick glance at how they shop for cars.
- Used-car values continue downward, trend expected to continue
- Van, truck values show greatest used-vehicle value gains
- Subcompact car values report largest declines
- Used hot car report
42% of all new- and used-car buyers use multiple devices to shop. Indeed, there's a correlation between everyday device usage and shopping behavior, and it's a trend that's becoming a way of life. In fact, Autotrader expects that 80% of all car shopping will be done on multiple devices within the next 5 years. This study reveals how consumers use their devices, and what you can do to ensure that you're delivering the kind of shopping experience they expect.
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