British car production fell by a substantial 19.6% in November, with 129,030 units manufactured, according to figures released today by the SMMT.
Despite sales of new diesel cars tumbling by more than 300,000 vehicles in 2018, demand for the fuel is still high in the leasing market, says Vantage Leasing.
The growth for petrol and alternative fuel vehicles failed to offset a further fall in diesel demand in November, according to the SMMT.
A no deal Brexit could harm three quarters of automotive businesses in the UK, according to a new survey by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).
Fleet decision-makers also discuss cash or company car options and car clubs
Following September’s decline of 22.49%, October's registrations were down 2.9% year-on-year, leaving the market down 7.2% year-to-date, with WLTP still impacting on model availability.
New car registrations to fleet and business are down 7.7% year-on-year, according to new figures from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).
Nearly 50 new players from the technology sector came together with five of the world’s leading motor industry brands, to help shape the future of transport and mobility.
The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders’ (SMMT) new car registration figures show fleet uptake declined by 22.4% in September, as a result of WLTP testing backlog.
New SMMT analysis suggests that no-deal and the resulting tariffs on light vehicles alone would add £5 billion to the collective EU-UK auto trade bill.
By Olivia Bridge, political correspondent, Immigration Advice Service
Vehicles driven by the internal combustion engine (ICE) look like they are losing out to alternative fuel power trains. Simon Harris reports
There were 52,656 cars registered to fleet and business, with 41,438 private registrations, equating to a 56% market share, says SMMT.
We asked key fleet figures from the past 40 years to identify some significant innovations and the impact they have had on the industry. Simon Harris reports
The UK true fleet market grew by 1.4% in July, according to the latest figures from Dataforce.
Diesel registrations fell by 24.4% in July as petrol demand grew by 20.1%, while alternative fuel vehicles enjoyed an uplift of 21%, new SMMT figures show.
A Government-backed scheme has delivered a £54 million boost to England’s automotive supply chain.
Organisations wanting to add electric vehicles to their fleets have traditionally faced many barriers, but these are being solved. Andrew Ryan reports
koda has announced record UK fleet sales results for the first six months of the year, delivering more than 10,500 new cars to business customers.
The decline in diesel new car registrations continued in June, with the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) reporting a 28.2% fall compared to June 2017.
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