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13th November, 2018

WLTP backlog for new cars boosts October used car market

The used car market continued to outperform new in October, as data released today by Cox Automotive signals another positive month for dealers.

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6th November, 2018

Modix partners with Google to help car dealerships grow online

Modix, part of Cox Automotive, is partnering with Google as it announces plans to make it easier for dealers to advertise direct to consumers online.

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5th November, 2018

Market dynamics drive dealer demand for stock funding

A growing consumer appetite for younger used vehicles, rising retail prices and the predicted growth of the used vehicle market in 2019 is driving a demand amongst dealers for stock funding sources.

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30th October, 2018

Manheim announces partnership with ALD Automotive

Manheim, one of the UK’s leading providers of integrated products and services for the vehicle remarketing sector, has today announced a new contract with ALD Automotive.

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29th October, 2018

NextGear Capital hits £2bn funding mark

NextGear Capital has announced it has hit the £2 billion mark for vehicle funding just four years after the company first launched in the UK.

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19th October, 2018

Cox Automotive UK announces sale of Motors.co.uk to Gumtree UK, an eBay Classifieds business

Cox Automotive has today announced the intention to sell its consumer-facing car search business, Motors.co.uk, to eBay for an undisclosed sum.

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16th October, 2018

Winter warmth in the wholesale LCV market

Manheim, a leading provider of integrated products and services for the vehicle remarketing sector, is predicting the UK wholesale van market will superheat through the final quarter of 2018 and that

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15th October, 2018

Used car market shows its strength against double digit decline in new car market

The used market remained buoyant this September, according to data released today by Cox Automotive UK, in stark contrast to the new car sector which witnessed a steep decline in registrations.

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