Latest analysis has shown that prices for a three-year-old/60,000 miles car in the third quarter of 2005 averaged £6,308, a rise of £134, or 2.1% over the second quarter.
Values have risen £339 year-on-year, equivalent to a rise of 5.6% since Q4 2004, according to BCA’s quarterly report The Pulse. Average mileage has risen slightly, while the age of cars on sale has fallen marginally from 38 months a year ago to 37 months.
Performance against CAP Clean for fleet and lease cars improved to an average of 98.4%, up two points against Q2 2005 and a single point up on Q1 (see table left).
Fleet and lease
|Period||Age/months||Mileage||Sale Price||% vs CAP|