Carsnip has topped off its fastest year of growth to date by achieving an 800,000 car listings milestone during the last month of 2017.
The average price of a used car increased 6% year-on-year in October, according to data published by Auto Trader.
Following BMW innovation lab funding, AutoTrader rival Cazana hopes to secure further support from US investors.
Hitwise has reported results that online searches for Tesla Model 3 soared by 345% in July, making it the most talked about EV on the market.
Motors.co.uk is celebrating a record number of visitors to its automotive partner network as it continues its growth in industry market share.
More consumers are considering electric cars, with a 12 per cent increase in views in the second half of 2016, according to Motors.co.uk.
Auto Trader has confirmed it is aiming to introduce its new price indicator labels to adverts before the end of March this year.
Kia’s Sportage emerged as the UK’s fastest-selling used car as Auto Trader collated data from the whole of 2016 to reveal the most popular vehicles soon to leave the forecourt.
Analysts at Wizzle have identified a December ‘double whammy’ which sees consumers hoping to get more for their car than usual – just as the real value falls to its lowest point in the year.
A speedy new website has boosted online views by 12.5% and dealer leads from visitors by 14.5%, according to Motors.co.uk.
Direct car sales are the biggest threat to Auto Trader but Brexit could prompt a two year business boom for the UK, according to chief executive Trevor Mather.
Carsnip has soared past its target to attract car listings from 5,000 car dealers six months earlier than expected – with 6,500 now taking advantage of the search engine.
Tootle has struck up a partnership with Climb Online, the digital marketing agency founded by BBC Apprentice winner Mark Wright, .
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