For example, the Citroen Saxo 1.1i Forte 3dr has reduced by 21.4%, reflecting public enthusiasm for a car that has been superceded by the acclaimed C2.
The Ford Fiesta 1.3 Flight 3dr, however, outperformed the sample, with a downward movement of 9.2%, and enjoyed the lowest reduction from May to June – just 4.1%. The new model Fiesta is typically down by £50, better than its predecessor whose values have fallen by about £150 for the last available plates.
Vauxhall Corsa offers a similar story in that pre-2000 models are reduced by around £275 on an 00X. Volkswagen Polo has seen similar movements across all years, with a typical three-year-old car moving down by £75. Renault Clio petrol and Fiat Punto (with both fuels) drop by about £200.
On the market as a whole, selections from our daily report extracts show:
Alfa Romeo – 156: Values remain strong. GTV: Holding well as demand matches supply.
Spider: Sought after.
Audi – A2: Easing back, especially on 1.4 SE and Sport. A3: Drifting, but 1.8T Sport finding buyers.
A4 00: High mileage values down. A6: Base is tough.
BMW – 3 (98): Franchised dealers show interest in 316i SE and 316i 16V SE.
Citroen – Saxo: Under pressure, but 1.4i Desire outperforms the rest. Picasso: no shortage, but values not suffering.
Daewoo – Matiz: Holding its own. Nubira: estate variants most sought after.
Daihatsu – Fourtrak: Dealers paying good money for the last models.
Fiat – Punto: Late model Active readily available, causing values to ease.
Ford – Ka: 1.3 Collection desirable. Focus 01: lack of 03 and 53-plate stock.
Honda – Civic: Everyone wants Type-R.
Hyundai – Coupe: Holding value well.
Jaguar – X-type: SE spec preferred.
Jeep – Cherokee: Little demand for 2.4.
Mazda – 323 01: Holding well.
Mercedes-Benz – A: Plenty of late A140 Classics. C 00: Demand for early cars.
Mitsubishi – Shogun 00: Animal and Warrior attract attention.
Peugeot – 206: Special Edition silver and black sought after.
Renault – Clio: petrol down, diesel firm.
Rover – 75: Connoisseur diesel best bet.
Seat – Ibiza 99: 03 1.2s finding buyers.
Skoda – Superb: few around, but erratic.
Toyota – Yaris: Dealers like Colour Collection. Celica 99: Model id is confusing.
Vauxhall – Vectra 02: Lack of stock.
Volkswagen – Beetle: Down a touch, but 2.0 and 1.8T finding buyers.
Volvo – C70: Upturn for convertibles.