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.
Average values for light commercial vehicles continued to grow in November, averaging £7,146 at BCA.
Average light commercial vehicle values at BCA climbed to the second highest point on record in September.
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.
Average values of fleet and lease LCVs sold at BCA fell 2.3% to £8,180 in June, still the fourth highest figure on record.
Average LCV values have continued to climb to record levels in April 2018.
Values of ex-fleet and lease LCVS sold through BCA in November remained near record levels despite a slight month-on-month decline.
Values of ex-fleet and lease LCVs rose £293 (3.9%) at BCA in October to a record £7,784.
Average values of ex-fleet and lease LCVs fell £124 (1.7%) to £7,052 in August, having been essentially static for the previous three months.
Average light commercial vehicle values remained steady during June, with the headline value rising by just £7 over the month, although fleet and values fell.
The average value of ex-fleet and lease vans sold at BCA rose £88 to £7,179 in May, 1.2% higher than in April.
Average light commercial vehicle values declined by £95 in April, according to BCA Pulse, as model mix changed and demand softened slightly in the post-Easter period.
Light commercial vehicle volumes rose sharply in January putting pressure on average values and conversion rates, particularly in the fleet, lease and daily rental sector where values fell by 1.0% compared to December.