I don’t think we’ve talked about this. Anyone out there looking to buy or sell is experiencing an interesting auto market:
A used pickup truck sold for 78% more in April than a comparable truck a year earlier, according to auction site Manheim.
… shipped some Ram pickup trucks to dealers without an electronic blind-spot detection system, Mr. Kelleher said. One buyer was so upset his new $60,000 truck lacked the feature that he walked, Mr. Kelleher said. The man returned hours later. No one else had the trucks.
GM said it was building some full-size pickup trucks without software that helps manage fuel consumption, reducing miles per gallon.
Auto makers have sharply reduced vehicle sales to rental companies, prompting Enterprise Holdings Inc., Hertz Global Holdings Inc., and others to take the unusual step of buying low-mileage used cars from auctions and dealerships.