Tell someone they can’t have something, and they’ll want it more.
Stop making something, and people will demand it.
Put something in limited supply, and prices will rise. Or, in the used car market, prices will at least fall a little more slowly than usual.
That’s exactly what’s happening with used midsize pickup trucks. Since fewer are made new, there are fewer on the used market, and prices are nearly holding steady. Want a 2010 midsize truck? With prices just 3.7 percent less than the original price, you might be better off snagging a brand-new one! If you can find one, of course.