Average values for used light commercial vehicles (LCVs) rose across the board during January 2020, according to BCA’s LCV Pulse report.
Vendors and buyers saw a month-on-month increase in volumes, values and conversion rates at Manheim in a positive conclusion to a turbulent year.
Average values improved by £227 (3.2%), year-on-year, for light commercial vehicle values at BCA in November, 2019.
Strong demand in the wholesale market supported unseasonably strong used values for all LCV sectors in November, according to Cap HPI.
Increased volume met strong buyer demand at Manheim in October as 84% of LCVs sold first-time.
The new standard has been created to coincide with the launch of the Vanbase supermarket in Bristol this month.
Manheim has secured a preferred supplier remarketing partnership with Zenith until 2021.
Demand for used vans remained strong in February, with 82% selling first time – up 1% on January 2019 – says Manheim.
BCA’s specialist LCV Pulse report showed average values for used light commercial vehicles rose during January 2019 at BCA.
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.
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.
Average LCV values have continued to climb to record levels in April 2018.
Manheim saw strong demand from buyers once again in April, driving record-breaking average sale prices and conversion rates.
Shoreham Vehicle Auctions (SVA) has launched a used electric van training course for LCV dealer sales staff and fleet vendors.
For the second month running, average light commercial vehicle (LCV) values climbed to record levels in March, thanks to “exceptional” buyer demand, reports BCA.
The first quarter of 2018 saw used LCV volumes remain high with strong wholesale demand supporting good residual values say automotive data experts, Cap HPI.
Having fallen in January, fleet and lease LCVs rose in value in February as demand remained high and volumes eased slightly.