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Today most manufacturers of light commercial vehicles (LCVs) include automatic transmission options in their ranges.
Falling new car registration suggests there are still WLTP-induced supply constraints and that Brexit uncertainty is hurting consumer confidence.
Not always green in colour, these parts are recognised as being an affordable and sustainable source of original manufacturer parts (OEM).
Glass’s has joined the IMDA to support, and engage with, those who remain at the heart of the industry.
Glass's has extended its 12-year partnership with Ageas Insurance Ltd for the use of its market leading Glass eSalvage solution.
Trading over the Easter period is a barometer of the annual results in the leisure vehicle market and this year will have a special significance for the market.
Last year registrations of new light commercial vehicles (LCVs) fell by 3.6%, the first decline in five years. Last month, registrations rose by 6.4% on the same period last year, the best February performance in a decade.
October’s used car auction market started well, but as the month progressed we saw an increase in volume coupled with a decrease in the first time conversion rate.
The Z4 M roadster followed the tried and tested route of fitting a powerful engine into a relatively small roadster shell.
The used car auction market for September followed similar trends to August.
When all is said and done, the UK car market remains buoyant with strong consumer demand for both new and used cars.
In many cases there has been apathy at the thought of needing to make changes to remarketing patterns. In fact, little planning seems to have taken place until recently.
Against a backdrop of a better than expected economy and a warning that complacency would be dangerous, the Chancellor delivered his first and last March budget speech...
The latest set of new car registration data to be released by the SMMT shows the very first real sign of a slowdown in the UK new car market...
The new Autovista Group – together with the company’s four core brands: Glass’s, Schwacke, Eurotax and Autovista – will enjoy a new design and look to reflect the Group’s pan-European stature.
A consistent decrease in residual values year on year perhaps indicates the damage that pre-registration has done in the market.