Coronavirus, does not stop the market GB used cars

The thriving sector of sales of used cars in Britain, which has auctions for professionals a central element of the business, from tomorrow, will close all of the sites where we organize these events to move exclusively to online auctions. They told the BCA, the main operator of the sector, and the Manheim UK, which also operates through the network Cox Automotive UK. Some remaining activities will concern the withdrawal of the cars have already been sold and remained in the deposits of the auctions. “We remain committed to providing our customers said Stuart Pearson, CCO of BCA Uk – your access to our services remarketing sector where we are market leaders, providing buyers the best choice of proposals and vendors with platforms that can meet their needs. In the current circumstances, we believe that it is better to do it digitally to give priority to the well-being of our customers and of the community.”

According to british analysts of the industry ‘used’, after a February in which transactions for second-hand vehicles have grown, both in absolute number both in the average price (equal to 10.02 pounds that is 10.863 euro, + 1.6% compared to January) you can see in the month of march for a decided change of front. The online activities have in fact shown a growing interest for cars under 2,000 pounds (2.172 million) and this is because the dealers of second hand cars and the auction houses are turning to sales digital, and then the buyers who can not inspect the cars – they want to limit the ‘risk’ with models of a low price compared to the more ‘fresh’ and more expensive.