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Rob Donaldson looks at the latest figures for the new car market.
Whilst the circumstances of the latest economic downturn are very different to those that affected the economy in 2008/9, used car values could in theory follow a similar trajectory.
How have new and used car prices changed since the start of the Millennium?
Over the past three years, used car trade and retail prices continue to show consistency. Through 2017 and for the most part of 2018, the development of average prices was benign.
Despite extensive negativity in the press towards diesel following the emissions scandal of 2015, and a sudden resurgence of interest in petrol, used diesel values have held up very well.
Electric vehicles (EVs) have had a rough ride over the decades with little investment in their design, as most major manufacturers considered the product too niche.
Rob Donaldson, Car Editor, looks at how the Jeep Wrangler stacks up against it's competition
Rob Donaldson, Car Editor, ponders the best approach to accelerate the adoption of alternative fuel vehicles (AFV)
Emissions scandals, tax changes and new legislation have not written the epitaph for diesel cars just yet...
Dacia formed in communist Romania in 1966 and acquired the basic design and tooling of the Renault 12.
As the evenings draw out, some of the more adventurous amongst us want that ‘wind in the hair’ driving experience that convertibles offer.
As the nineties were drawing to a close, car design had become a little plain and rather functional, many would say at the cost of some individual styling.
Rob Donaldson, one of our Car Editors responsible for Volkswagen values, dives into the data to look at RV and sales performance of the iconic VW Golf