Average values continue to surge to record levels in the used car market according to leading vehicle remarketing company, British Car Auctions (BCA) with November achieving the highest monthly average since it began reporting in 2005.
Used car values continue to rise, according to the latest data from leading vehicle remarketing specialist, British Car Auctions (BCA).
Used car sales hit 7.1 million units in 2012, outpacing new car sales by climbing 6.4% and returning to pre-recession levels, according to the new Used Car Market Report, published by British Car Auctions (BCA).
The headline average monthly used car value in August improved by 1.8% to £7,037, with fleet & lease values reaching record levels, according to BCA’s latest Pulse report.
Following the trend set by other sectors of the UK economy, July was also a good month for used car values according to the latest data from vehicle remarketing specialist, British Car Auctions (BCA).
Used car values continue to stabilise, with only pockets of downward pressure where supply threatens to exceed demand, according to Black Book Live, the real time trade valuation trending tool published by CAP Automotive.
British Car Auctions (BCA) has released its latest Pulse report on trends in the used vehicle sector. In April in the used car market, year-on-year values were up by over 16%. In the commercial sector, where there is strong demand for good quality vehicles, values rose for the third consecutive month to reach a new highpoint.
April saw a drop in the average selling price of part-ex vehicles across the board, with the 4x4 sector affected the most, according to Manheim's latest Market Analysis.
Pressure on late plate used car values is a “shadow hanging over the market” according to Black Book Live – the independent real time guide to used car price trends, published by CAP.
Confidence in the retail motor sector reported by the SMMT’s latest figures has been underlined by leading vehicle auction company, British Car Auctions (BCA) as it reports a 13% year on year growth in used car values for February 2013.
With the SMMT reporting continued growth in new car sales – as an 11.5% year on year increase is recorded for January 2013 - leading vehicle auction company, British Car Auctions (BCA) reports that used car values continue to climb as stock remains in short supply.
A ‘slower than usual’ start to 2013 gave way to increasingly brisk trading in the used car market as January wore on, according to CAP, the car information experts.
As forecasters predict a drop in temperatures over the next few days, leading vehicle auction company, British Car Auctions (BCA), has released its latest data on 4x4 used sales for Quarter 4 2012.
Across the board used cars averaged £6,421 in November, a £60 (0.9%) decrease compared to October, according to BCA’s latest Pulse Report.
Honda has joined forces with independent market expert CAP and launched an online Used Car Valuation Tool, allowing owners of any UK registered car to obtain a hassle-free valuation within seconds.
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