The average value of a used fleet and lease van sold at BCA rose by £306 (4.4%) to £7,190 in October, the highest point since Pulse began reporting in 2005.
Average fleet and lease van values improved by £104 (1.5%) to £6,884 at BCA in September.
The headline average value of a used LCV sold at BCA rose above £6,000 for the first time on record in August, following a strong month for sales.
Used Light Commercial Vehicle (LCV) prices have risen for the second month running, according to the BCA pulse report.
The average value of ex-fleet and lease LCVs sold at BCA in May was £6,786, 5.3% more than in the same month last year.
The headline average value of a used van sold at BCA in March rose to near record levels on the back of strong demand and competitive bidding across BCA’s network.
BCA’s newly-launched LCV auction at Nottingham has reported strong demand from trade buyers, as vehicles from blue chip sellers are offered every Monday.
The headline average value of a used LCV rose for the third month running, according to BCA.
Sustained levels of demand from professional buyers and competitive bidding saw average values for fleet and lease vans and nearly-new vans continue to rise.
BCA is expanding its commercial sales programme with the launch of a Monday LCV auction and e-sale at its Nottingham centre.
Average values for light commercial vehicles fell marginally for the second month running, as rising volumes of stock continued to reach the wholesale markets.
A rise in the number of vans passing through BCA auctions led to a slight fall in average values in July.
Average values for light commercial vehicles rose by £50 in May to £5,558.
BCA's largest ever light commercial vehicle sale at BCA Blackbushe attracted more than 600 vehicles - selling 85% of the entry for above CAP values.
Values for fleet and lease LCVs averaged £6,459 in April – a fall of £150 (2.2%) compared to March, according to BCA.
BCA Blackbushe is staging its largest ever light commercial vehicle sale on Thursday May 14.
BCA has strengthened its commercial vehicle sales team with the appointment of Dominic Burr and Jonathan Earp.
Average values for light commercial vehicles rose in February to £5,532, a rise of £72 compared to January.
Average values for light commercial vehicles fell in January, as overall volumes in the marketplace rose sharply at the start of the year.
Values for fleet and lease LCVs averaged £6,580 in November – an increase of £53 (0.8%) over October’s value, according to the latest BCA Commercial Pulse report.