Average values for used light commercial vehicles (LCVs) rose across the board during January 2020, according to BCA’s LCV Pulse report.
Average values improved by £227 (3.2%), year-on-year, for light commercial vehicle values at BCA in November, 2019.
Fleet and lease LCVs averaged £7,644 at BCA in August 2019, a fall of £325 (4.1%), month-on-month.
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Rising average age and mileage of fleet and lease LCVs saw their average values fall by 2.2% at BCA sales in May.
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BCA’s specialist LCV Pulse report showed average values for used light commercial vehicles rose during January 2019 at BCA.
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Average light commercial vehicle values rose during December at BCA, with the headline figure reaching £7,315, an increase of £169 (2.3%) over November.
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Average light commercial vehicle (LCV) values remained strong at BCA as professional buyers competed both in-lane and online during October.
Values of ex-fleet and lease vans sold through BCA in August rose £4 to to £8,135 to make it the fifth highest figure ever in the sector.
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Used van values slipped from £7,463 in June to £7,221, but the longer-term trend continues to show value growth across the LCV sector.
Average values fell by £70 (0.9%) to £7,502, although this is the second highest figure on record at BCA.
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