David Hill has been appointed to the role of commercial vehicle editor to further strengthen the valuations team at Glass's.
There would be "significant uncertainty" over used car values if the UK left the EU following the June referendum, says Glass's.
Plug-in petrol hybrids face a struggle in the used sector, because used buyers don't see the same advantages as company car drivers, says Glass’s.
The traditional winter surge in values for 4x4s has failed to materialise again this year and may no longer be a feature of the market, reports Glass's.
Possible schemes that could ban or reduce usage of existing diesel cars in major towns and cities could see the values of diesel cars fall significantly, says Glass's.
Glass’s is reporting that the fastest selling used cars in November were value for money SUVs and crossovers.
Trade values of Volkswagen used cars have so far only been marginally affected by the emissions scandal, according to figures from Glass's.
A vacuum is being created in the new car market for new prestige brands as the established upmarket choices go increasingly mainstream, says Glass's.
Smarter remarketing strategies will be needed by manufacturers and leasing companies if they are to be successful in the used car market in 2016, says Glass's.
Jayson Whittington has been appointed to the newly created role of manager of commercial vehicle and leisure valuations at Glass's.
A new business unit designed to provide automotive data and insight on a European basis has been created by EurotaxGlass's (ETG).
Fewer than one in three councils (29%) employ policies to support the procurement of low emission vehicles (LEVs), research suggests.
A series of five roadshows for "anyone with an interest in the used car market" is being held by Glass's around the country later this month.
Steve Jackson, chief car editor at Glass's, looks at trends in the new car market.
Vehicle preparation will be key to sellers maximising residuals over the next few years as used car availability continues to improve, says Glass’s.
Manufacturers are pre-registering cars in ever larger numbers, reports Glass's.
Fleet News is joining forces with Glass’s to provide up to date car residual value forecast data to fleet decision makers attending Company Car in Action.
Rupert Pontin, head of valuations at Glass's, looks at the return of vehicle clocking - this time by drivers.
Drivers are clocking their cars to avoid excess mileage penalties on fixed mileage leases, according to valuations guide Glass's.
Lane departure, blind spot monitoring and intelligent braking systems are to become the next essential options in executive cars, predicts Glass's.
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