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Residual values of vehicles sold on the national market

RVBook (Residual Value Book) uses statistical forecasting methods to estimate future values for new or used vehicles.
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Added value and benefits
With the RVB File, the user can estimate the future values of the vehicle (s), indicating the expected number of kilometers, within the expected period of time.
Knowing the future value of the vehicles financed allows assessing the exposure to possible non-compliances and / or establishing the appropriate provisions for the return of vehicles at the end of the contract.
The estimate can be made for periods between 12 and 120 months.
The information is available through
RVB File
File that estimates future fleet values. It can be used to evaluate a fleet at the end of each year, or at the end of the contracts.
RVB Online
Accessible through a specific customer area. Possibility to export the information to Excel files, in order to carry out information processing.
RVB Online
RVB Online includes vehicles that are for sale in the national market and their residual values. The calculation can be performed for 3 levels of intended use: reduced (private), medium or intense (professional). This application allows you to create filters, such as the type of vehicle, model, among others. It is also possible to create groups of vehicles for their recurrent analysis.
RVB File
RVB File allows you to calculate future values, even for vehicles that are no longer on the market, with any number of kilometers that is necessary.

We collect data constantly from auctioneers, fleet managers, rental companies and used car and motorcycle dealers. With these data, referring to real vehicle transactions, carried out in the local market, we have a solid and credible basis for forecasting future values, using econometric and statistical forecasting methods.

In addition to the historical analysis of the market, calculations of future values take into account factors such as: segment where the vehicle is inserted, mileage, brand, type of fuel, existing equipment, seasonality, type of bodywork, new models and existing versions , vehicle life cycle, economic growth, disposable income, inflation rate, taxes, GDP or the price of oil.