Car buyers are more concerned about getting a fair deal than any other aspect of visiting a dealership, according to Motors.co.uk’s Consumer Insight Panel survey.
British car buyers now consider a car’s powertrain to be the most important factor when deciding on a new vehicle, according to CitNow.
Car buyers are more likely to buy a hybrid over a diesel for their next car purchase, according to a new study by Motors.co.uk.
Women are 71% more likely to buy a new car online than men, according to a new study from Buyacar.
Contracthireandleasing.com has re-launched as Leasing.com, with a refreshed desire to move motorists out of ownership and into usership.
Consumers’ preference between new and used cars is neck and neck as Britain Under the Bonnet report shows a 1% difference.
Dealers will be selling more electric cars than diesels by 2020, according to analysis by Leasing Options.
A new study by Auto Trader into the diversity of the motor industry has found that 94% of women don’t trust car dealerships.
Drivers in the West Midlands are paying £177 more to run their cars than any other region in the UK, prompting them to buy smaller, more efficient cars.
A new survey has revealed that a third of car buyers exceeded their budget in order to include add-ons and optional extras.
Hybrid vehicles could be the right choice for the majority of UK motorists, according to data from What Car’s What Fuel tool.
50% of buyers visit more than one dealership when buying their next car, while 67% of those do so on the hunt for a better deal, according to Auto Trader’s Buyer Behaviour Survey.
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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