The average wholesale price of a used van sold at Manheim increased by 3.2% in June, despite reports that retail demand is softening.
Prices for used vans are expected to rise in the coming weeks as new vehicle supply is affected by the global semiconductor crisis.
Cap HPI says that the used van market remained strong in September across the majority of sectors with average values up by 3.6%.
Manheim has recorded another record-breaking LCV sales performance in August, bucking the traditional seasonal slowdown and setting an all-time average selling price record.
Used van prices have reached an all-time high in July as demand for used stock increases among buyers.
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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 values at BCA climbed to the second highest point on record in September.
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Average light commercial vehicle values continued to rise at BCA in December, with the headline figure reaching a new record level of £6,976.