The Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class appeared to flood the UK used car sector in January as Auto Trader revealed that the premium SUV had been its fastest selling used car during the first month of 2019.
Volkswagen dealers will be accepting orders for the new T-Cross First Edition from February 5.
Used car values declined by 0.7% in January as dealers saw lower retail demand for vehicles priced over £12,000, Cap HPI has reported.
The Vauxhall Mokka finished top of Auto Trader’s fastest selling cars of 2018 rankings – with SUVs filling eight of the top 10 places.
Volvo Cars achieved record global sales success in 2018, with over 600,000 vehicles sold for the first time in its history.
Order books have opened for BMW's new X5 premium SUV, with prices starting from £57,495.
Hyundai’s Tucson SUV has emerged as Auto Trader’s fastest selling car for October after the 2015 diesel manual variant took an average of just 19 days to leave car dealer’s forecourts.
Seat will enter the seven-seat SUV market in early 2019 with the launch of its new flagship, the Tarraco.
Cartime is set to expand its used vehicle operations in Bury with the creation of a £1.2 million specialist used 4x4 showroom facility.
Seat emerged as the car manufacturer offering new car customers the biggest discounts in the latest Target Price report compiled by What Car?.
The diesel-powered version of Mitsubishi’s Outlander SUV was the fastest-selling used car on Auto Trader during August – taking an average of just 17 days to leave forecourts.
Eight of the 13 new car model launches at next week’s Paris Motor Show will be SUVs as manufacturers look towards the sector to negotiate Brexit uncertainty.
Ford has refused to comment on suggestions that it is poised to cut 24,000 jobs in Europe amid plans production of its Mondeo saloon and S-Max MPV.
Expected fall in overall registrations masks dramatic changes within vehicle segments
Volvo’s XC40 compact SUV has continued the brand’s run of good sales form by becoming its most successful new model launch ever in the UK.
Cap HPI has revealed the average price of a new car has risen 38% over the last decade, with a PCP-fuelled push towards SUVs and premium cars the main driver of change.
Mitsubishi will add another SUV to its line-up this year, the Shogun Sport will go on sale in the spring priced from £36,905.
A surge in the popularity of SUVs has been credited for a 5.2% rise in registrations across Europe as the sector claimed almost one-third of all new car sales during November.
Volkswagen has revealed plans to expand its "direct contact with customers" as part of a strategy which will drive greater efficiencies and further digitization of the brand.
BMW has revealed details of its new X2 SUV ahead of the opening of order books for the new model in mid-November.
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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