Seven days, 3,486 vehicles and $259.8M later, preliminary figures for the 2017 Arizona auctions are in. Compared to last year, more vehicles were offered, more were sold, and $9M more traded hands. This year’s totals also eclipsed 2014’s $254M total, ranking it as the second biggest week in the event’s long history and reversing 2016’s down year. The bump in sales is primarily due to increased volume as the number of cars crossing the block is up 12 percent this year. All told, the average sale price for the week fell 11 percent compared to a year ago.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.hagerty.com/articles-videos/articles/2017/01/23/final-2017-scottsdale-recap