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The Trust VW Group launch at BCA Birmingham

The Trust Volkswagen Group made a very successful start to its new, regular sale programme at BCA’s Birmingham Auction centre in Langley Drive. The first sale on Thursday 6 January saw 37 cars sold out of 39 entered with an average value of 105% of CAP Clean.

The Trust Volkswagen Group has introduced an all auction policy on part-exchange vehicles which are sold in a dedicated sales section every Thursday at BCA Birmingham commencing at 12 Noon. All sales will feature Live Online and vehicles will be pre-sale prepared in line with their age, mileage and condition. On offer will be around 25 cars direct from the Trust Volkswagen Group every week, with a wide range of popular makes and models, ranging from small hatchbacks and city cars up to premium and executive saloons, 4x4s and luxury cars.

The Trust Volkswagen Group operates dealerships at Redditch, Stourbridge and Wolverhampton, representing the Volkswagen brand across the major conurbations of Birmingham, Solihull, Bromsgrove, Dudley and Stafford. Andrew Hockedy, managing director commented “We are looking forward to joining with BCA for this programme of sales and presenting auction buyers with an exciting selection of vehicles every week.”

BCA’s Field Sales Manager Suzanne Spencer added “We are delighted to welcome the Trust Volkswagen Group to BCA Birmingham. Our Thursday sales programme has been growing rapidly and this regular weekly input of good quality vehicles is sure to offer something for everybody.”


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