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  1. What are the Auction values?

    The auction values that appear in the NADA Values Online program reflect current week auction activity. If the specific vehicle in which you are researching is not at auction this week there will probably not be an auction value reported for that ve...
  2. What are the new “weekly values” that have been introduced to the NADA Online application?

    J.D. Power weekly values represent the most up-to-date and accurate picture of the used vehicle market. Good used vehicle values are informed by a combination of factors:  a strong foundation of timely market price data, historical depreciation...
  3. How often are the online values updated?

    Each application has its own production schedule. The online values will all be updated at least as often as those in the printed products. Because it is digital, the website will be updated first. Online Value...
  4. What is the Used Vehicle Price Index methodology?

    Index data is created as follows: Baseline data Underlying data is derived from a proprietary database containing approximately 90% of all dealer-only auction sales that have occurred in the U.S. since 1992. Filtering ...
  5. What is the "CheckSum" error?

    First, here is the definition of the Check Digit, paraphrased from the public National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) site, from their manufacturer handbook: The VIN Check Digit consists of one character, which occupies Positio...
  6. What are Monroney Labels? Who is MonroneyLabels.com?

    U.S. law requires a window sticker, known as a Monroney label, to be displayed on all new cars. These stickers contain mandatory information about the car including the following: Manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) Eng...
  7. What is the Used Vehicle Price Index?

    The Used Vehicle Price Index is a time-series measurement of wholesale used vehicle prices for vehicles up to eight model years in age. Indices are created at a market and individual segment level.  Index data reflects price movement for a...
  8. Should I enter actual vehicle mileage or accept the mileage value that is automatically calculated when valuing a vehicle?

    If you are valuing a vehicle and you know the actual odometer mileage, enter the actual mileage.  If you have a portfolio of vehicles and their current mileage is unknown, then use the mileage as provided by our analysts . The mileage v...
  9. How do I recover my username and password?

    The MarketValues usernames and passwords are identical to those used to access the nada.com/b2b website's  "Customer Login". 1. Your username and a temporary password were emailed to the address you provided at the time the Mar...
  10. How do I add a user to my NADA Values Online account?

    To update users and do any maintenance on your account, you must have customer administrator credentials. login and click on the "Customer Maintenance" tile.  You will see this on the right side of your screen under Account Prefe...