Did you know that for the year 2015 you need to focus on year models 2012, 2011 and 2013s in that order?
I’ve studied this and researched it for years. Unless there is something strange and unusual about your market here’s the way it has been going back to 2002.
If you get a chance to appraise a car that happens to be any of these year models you need to think long and hard before you try to steal it. These units are going to turn more or less regardless of the make or model.
Of course you’re still going to use your vAuto appraisal tool, but these units generally fit a price point that more buyers can afford.
I would suggest you further research this by using the Experian tool called Auto Count USA. It will give you the top selling models for your market.
Use this SHEET to list them and keep a focus on the year models listed at the top of the page.
I’m often telling you things you already know, because I know how easy it is to lose focus.
Stay focused on these units and you will make more deals and sell more units. That’s all I’m gonna focus on for today, Tommy Gibbs