Women are 71% more likely to buy a new car online than men, according to a new study from Buyacar.
BuyaCar.co.uk has hailed the simplicity, fairness and transparency of online retail as the key to its 53% used car sales growth in Q3 2018.
Car buyers are being advised to choose pre-registered diesel cars to avoid an increase in the tax that has seen the price of some of the most popular models in the market go up by more than £300.
Buyacar has highlighted car dealers’ “dash to pre-register cars” by identifying the top 18-plate used car bargains for potential customers – just weeks after the March plate-change got underway.
Scrappage schemes introduced by manufacturers to boost new car sales are generally failing to impress most car buyers.
Over a third of Millenials are willing to buy a car online according to the findings of a new Trustpilot survey as growth in online car buying appears to buck the trend of a declining market.
Mondays in the middle of the month are the most popular time to buy a car.
Drivers typically underestimate their own credit-worthiness when it comes to buying a car on finance, meaning they could be missing out on their first choice of vehicle.
Growth in online car sales is more than twice as fast among women than men for the third year running.
Carwow has revealed that sales of diesel vehicles via its online platform rose in July as manufacturer offers enticed savvy car shoppers despite negative press and a fall in enquiries overall.
BuyaCar.co.uk has reported a 113% rise in searches for EV and hybrid vehicles on its website since last week's announcement that the sale of "conventional petrol and diesel" vehicles will be banned in 2040.
Results from BuyaCar.co.uk revealed that one in five motorists do not care about taking complete ownership of their car.
Motorists are overwhelmingly planning to abandon diesel in favour of petrol, hybrid and electric powered cars.
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.
Environmental credentials are bottom of the priority list for Britain’s car buyers, according to a new study.
Female car buyers are turning their backs on the showroom to become the key drivers of growth in the online sales arena, according to Buyacar.co.uk.
Rural motorists are driving the growth of online car-buying, ordering more vehicles per head than any other part of Britain, a new study has found.
Manufacturers looking to combat the expected slowdown in new car sales during 2017 are already discounting cars by as much as £5,000, according to BuyaCar.co.uk.
Record numbers of car dealers are exploiting online sales according to online marketplace Buyacar.co.uk, which experienced a 41% uplift in business during 2016.
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.
Automotive Management Live: Where franchised and independent dealers will find everything they need to know about operating a modern showroom and service and repair facility fit for the digital age.
When: November 7 2019
Where: Birmingham NEC
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