The boom is set to continue as new research reveals almost nine out of ten car-buyers say Brexit does not affect their plans to buy a new car.
Early 2017 could see a boom in car sales if buyers are to beat new car tax rules that will hike the cost of owning some of the most popular cars from April.
Buyacar.co.uk has seen an upswing in new car searches following the Brexit result.
A surge of interest in Vauxhall Zafira saw both new and used sales improve last month as buyers appear to have put aside concerns regarding the car catching fire.
Monday afternoon is the most popular time to buy a new or used motor online.
Research into consumers’ new car buying habits reveals that most will visit three or more dealerships before making a purchase.
Record new car registrations look set to continue as research shows demand for new cars is still growing.
Dealers are being advised to ensure a ‘two-pronged’ approach to selling cars to ensure all age groups are at ease with the process, in both the showrooms and online.
A wind of change is blowing through the world of motor finance.
Almost twice as many motorists are confident about buying a car unseen today, compared with three years ago.
The fastest growing segment of the online car purchase market in 2015 was women.
Dealers are facing a new threat to profit margins as research reveals the impact on specialist car finance take-up of low new High Street personal loan rates.
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