Less than half of motorists would actively seek-out face-to-face guidance from a car dealer when making their next automotive purchase, according to a new survey.
Drivers have expressed an desire to stay behind the wheel despite the advent of autonomous vehicles, according to a study commissioned by Mazda.
Young girls are being discouraged from a career as an automotive technician according the industry’s perception of being a male-dominated environment, a ClickMechanic survey has found.
The government's 2040 ban on the sale of conventional petrol and diesel cars will not affect motorists car buying choices "for years", according 67% of respondents to the AA-Populus survey.
Motorists still have mixed-views over the safety of autonomous vehicles with one-in-ten stating that improvements may only be felt on the UK's motorways, an OpenText survey has revealed.
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.
Japanese brands continued to dominated the What Car? reliability survey, with the Toyota Aygo, Honda Jazz and Lexus CT200h all scoring top marks.
New survey results have shown that 42% of motorists would buy a hydrogen car over electric.
A third of car dealers believe the cost of technology investment is a threat to their business’s future growth and profitability, according to new research from Santander Consumer Finance.
New car customers are losing out on an average saving of £800 when purchasing a new motor because politeness prevents them from haggling with retailers, new research suggests.
The Motor Ombudsman has revealed that 54% of young drivers do not know where to turn when selecting a dealership from which to buy their new car.
According to the 2017 Auto Express Driver Power survey, franchised dealers better inform customers of repair costs and progress.
Citroen’s C Zero hatchback emerged as the EV with the lowest cost of ownership when it topped a table compiled by Cap HPI to help consumers measure the impact of a shift to EVs.
Apprenticeships are proving a turn-off among school leavers as the desire to start earning overcomes parents’ hopes of sending their teenagers to university, the IMI has found.
A study conducted by the AA has suggested that drivers aged 18 to 24 are more likely to adopt EV technology – harbouring fewer concerns about range and cost than older motorists.
Premium car brands BMW, Audi and Land Rover occupied the bottom three rankings of JD Power’s annual Vehicle Dependability Survey as Kia and Volvo tied for top spot.
A report compiled by Transport for London has concluded that four-out-of-five people are open to the idea of autonomous vehicles following a survey of “a relatively small and self-selecting sample of people”.
How has negative coverage of diesel cars affected UK dealers? Is the 'demonisation of diesel' affecting your sales of new and used cars?
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.
Post-Brexit tariffs and trade barriers could add 10% to UK car servicing bills, costing car owners an extra £70 per service, according to research carried out by the SMMT.
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 12 2020
Where: Birmingham NEC
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