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Registrations of Ford Mondeos fell below 5,000 in 2019. It is a far cry from the circa 100,000 registered back in 1998, when Mondeo was the staple of company car fleets , with drivers often referred to as ‘Mondeo Man’.
With 2019 drawing to a close, it has been another challenging year for the industry. Is 2020 likely to fair better?
Figures released by the National Caravan Council (NCC) show the volume of holiday homes produced between January and September this year was down 8.9% compared to 2018, at 15,576 units.
Figures released by the National Caravan Council (NCC) show the volume of motorcaravans registered between January and September this year was up 4.6% compared to 2018, at 12,988 units.
January 2019 started on a positive note, however, as the year progressed significant growth proved difficult for the motorcycle industry.
December’s new LCV market returned to growth following three months of decline growing 7.8% with only the pickup sector failing to grow.
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The 26,238 Light Commercial Vehicles (LCV) registered in November represented the third consecutive monthly decline, down 9.6% versus November 2018.
Boris Johnson’s gamble on a Christmas election has paid off. What might it mean for the UK automotive market?