Our software monitors all new vehicle movement in the United States, including new car trade activity. In this New Vehicle Weekly Trade Activity report, we take our data set and hone in on the most popular vehicles traded this past week among America’s largest Auto Groups.
Not a lot of trade activity or movement over the last week of 2021. Toyota made up 30% of traded vehicles as we move into 2022.
Most Traded Make
2021 Toyota Rav4 – XLE
The Toyota Rav4, XLE trim level was the most traded unit during the last holiday week of the year and they were moving from Utah to Georgia. This trim level is one step up from the model’s entry level trim level, and there are 92 of these units now in the state of Georgia.
2022 Toyota Highlander – Platinum
The Toyota Highlander, Platinum trim level is the Highlander’s highest trim level. The Toyota Highlander, Platinum trim level were also predominantly moving from Utah to Georgia where there are now only 101 of these units available in the state.
2022 Jeep Wagoneer – Series II
The Jeep Wagoneer, Series II trim level is one step up from the Wagoneer’s entry trim level. Half of these units were traded into the state of Utah, which now only has 13 of these units and looks to potentially need more. While the other half were traded into the state of West Virginia, which now has 19 of these units.
All Jeep Wagoneer, Series II units were traded from the Western Region this past week.
Our Trade Activity
Dealer Trade Network helps new car dealerships trade new units across the contiguous United States. The summary below breaks down our new car trade activity over the past seven days and year to date.
Past 7 Days
We helped new car dealers trade 60 units over the past seven days, up 18% from the previous week.
Year to Date
We’ve been able to help new car dealers trade 5,405 units, since January 1, 2021.