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A4 and Freelander make auction debut

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.



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