The final print edition of Glass’s Guide will come off the presses next month after 83 years and 925 issues of continuous publication interrupted only by the Second World War.
The quieter months of summer will put the effects of Brexit on used car prices on hold until the fourth quarter of 2016, says Glass's.
Dramatically increased pre-reg activity is leading to a “confused marketplace” for new and nearly new vehicles, according to Cap HPI.
The colour of money might be changing according to Glass’s director of valuations, Rupert Pontin, who points out that the average value of white used cars is on the decline.
Glass's have named the top five optional extras that for retaining residual values.
Potential buyers of higher value used cars appear to be holding back until the outcome of the EU referendum is known, according to Glass's.
Members of the transport select committee have branded the Government “phenomenally complacent” over the response to the Volkswagen emissions scandal.
The used car market is starting to reach the long-predicted tipping point into oversupply - with values coming under pressure as a result, reports Glass's.
There would be "significant uncertainty" over used car values if the UK left the EU following the June referendum, says Glass's this morning.
Demand for good condition, well specced used cars that have covered mileages of 150,000 miles or more is increasing.
The success of plug-in petrol hybrids in the new car market is unlikely to be replicated in the used market.
A split between 'two tribes' of trade buyers - those who buy almost entirely online and others who remain motor auction-based - is becoming increasingly apparent.
THE record-breaking momentum of car registrations during 2015 has continued into the start of the year, with the SSMT confirming an 11-year high of 169,678 for January.
Manufacturers are being forced to introduce deposit contributions on nearly new cars to create differentiation with the monthly rates available on subsidised brand new vehicles.
2015 was a record year for new car registrations.
The fastest selling used car in the UK in November was the Chevrolet Cruze hatchback, according to Glass’s.
The penalisation of the industry as a whole as a result of one key player would be unfair but this is a real possibility.
The traditional winter surge in values for 4x4s may no longer be a feature of the market.
Calls to ban or reduce usage of existing diesel cars in major towns and cities could see the values of affected vehicles fall significantly, predicts Glass's.
The Dacia Sandero Stepway, Hyundai Tuscon and Vauxhall Antara topped the list for the fastest selling used cars in November, according to Glass’s Hot Five list.
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