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Going up – going down

USED value experts give the lowdown on what’s selling and what’s sitting

What’s hot

Volkswagen Transporter
Rare in the open market and well-managed network programmes ensure most examples head to dealers. High demand for limited stock means high prices

Vauxhall Vivaro/Renault Trafic
‘Long and high’ examples of this always do well. Both the Renault and the Vauxhall are trusted and well-liked by the trade

Mercedes-Benz Sprinter
The four metre-plus optimum wheelbase version is the Rolls-Royce of vans and commands exceptionally strong prices. Everyone wants one

What’s not

Older light vans
The Renault Extra, Fiat Fiorino and Citroen C15D (left) are having a ‘torrid’ time because their old designs and technology are having to compete with purpose-built vans

Citroen Relay/Fiat Ducato/Peugeot Boxer
The Sevel range is becoming increasingly susceptible to high volume, upsetting the balance between supply and demand

Double cab 4x4s
There are plenty of new examples to choose from, but there are just not the used buyers to maintain demand. Confidence has been dented, and prices have dropped

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