Car dealers may experience a used car sales performance blip after voters head to the polls for today’s General Election 2019 but the sector is “performing pretty well” in challenging times, according to Cazana.
Consumer interest in electric vehicles (EV) grew by 126% in Q3 of 2019 according to data compiled for a Europe wide ‘EV Index’ to determine various markets’ progress in the adoption of alternative fuel vehicles (AFV).
Almost half of car dealers expect to deliver growth in the coming 12 to 18 months despite the uncertainty surrounding the impending General Election, Brexit and the roll-out of electric vehicles (EV).
The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) has reported a 1.3% decline in new car registrations during November as private and business demand continued to falter in the run-up to this month's UK General Election.
Renault and Nissan trailed rival manufacturers as their retail networks ranked their alternative fuel vehicle (AFV) offerings in the latest bi-annual NFDA Electric Vehicle (EV) Dealer Attitude Survey.