The new Audi A4 and Land Rover Freelander have been launched into the used market at sales held by BCA.
At BCA Nottingham around 50 Audi dealers saw a total of 82 vehicles offered and sold for a turnover approaching £1.5m.
00X-registered high-specification 1.9TDi and 2.5TDi A4 Quattro models averaging 106.5% of current basic list.
The A6 averaged £17,200 across the range, equivalent to 101.3% of Cap Clean. The A8 models averaged £20,500 (100.7% Cap Clean), while the TT models averaged £27,300, equivalent to 110.0% of Cap Clean. The A3 averaged £15,800, equivalent to 106.85% of Cap Clean.
All Audi used vehicles are remarketed through the Audi Stock Market, which is managed by BCA. The Audi Stock Market utilises a number of different routes to market, with physical auction representing one element of a multi-channel strategy that includes electronic auctions and fixed price sales.
The latest Freelander model, launched last year, was introduced to the market at a special sale held exclusively for Land Rover dealers at BCA's Measham centre.
The sale also featured Defender, Discovery and Range Rover. A total of 101 vehicles were offered and all were sold.
14 of the latest Freelander models made their debut, and all were sold. The sale featured the 3 and 5 door 1.8 petrol and 2.0 diesel models, which averaged 89% of cost new price.