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Going up – going down

GLASS’S experts give the lowdown on what’s selling and what’s sitting

Going up

DECENT 51-53 PLATE CARS
Most reasonable spec and mileage cars registered on any plate between ‘51’ and ‘53’. Dealers are not able to source enough cars matching this description

VAUXHALL TIGRA
The first few new shape Tigras to be offered have attracted very enthusiastic prices. Along with the Monaro, these will be the residual value high flyers in the Vauxhall product portfolio

CITROEN PICASSO
In the topsy-turvy compact MPV sector, Picasso has seen a revival of interest. Preferred specification is SX and higher. Both petrol and diesel are on dealers’ shopping lists.

Going down

VOLKSWAGEN TOURAN
New car support is creating price pressures and in the next few months further potential harm could come with the arrival of the Golf Plus

POOR COMPACT EXECUTIVE CARS
The market is no longer supportive of three-year -old compact executive cars of meagre specification and indifferent condition

OLDER UPPER MEDIUM CARS
Upper medium sector cars such as Renault Laguna, Ford Mondeo, and Rover 75 are showing their age and prices are wobbling

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