The light commercial vehicle (LCV) sector continues to navigate a period of instability, remaining sensitive to economic changes.
The UK new light commercial vehicle (LCV) market returned to decline with a 16.1% decrease in demand, according to the latest figures released by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).
With the coronavirus lockdown easing and businesses back to work, the new light commercial vehicle (LCV) market grew by 7.1% in July, following four months of double-digit decline.
New LCV registrations have grown by 7.1% in July, following four months of double-digit declines during the coronavirus pandemic.
With the coronavirus lockdown easing and businesses beginning to return to work, the new light commercial vehicle market responded from the 74.1% decline in May to an improving 24.8% decline in June.
With the coronavirus lockdown continuing to affect the new light commercial vehicle market, registrations fell heavily again in May.
In the key plate-change month of March, the UK new light commercial vehicle (LCV) market fell 54.3%.
By Andy Picton, chief commercial vehicle editor at Glass's
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The average price of used vans rose by 11.3% in the 12 months leading to the end of June 2019.
July returned the seventh consecutive month of growth for new Light Commercial Vehicles (LCVs) as registrations rose by 10.95% versus July 2018 with 25,862 new vehicles registered.
The light commercial vehicles’ division of Imperial Commercials has appointed Harriet Bailey as head of aftersales, to oversee quality and performance over 13 branches.
Licence Bureau has called on light commercial vehicle (LCV) operators to ensure they are fully aware of the challenges faced, as mixed data "downplays risk".
By Andy Picton chief commercial vehicle editor Glass's
BCA has responded to “significant demand from buyers” in the South West and Wales by launching a new commercial vehicle sale at the Bridgwater remarketing centre in Somerset.
The used LCV market is showing signs of change caused by Brexit and with the introduction of the London ULEZ, according to Shoreham Vehicle Auctions (SVA).