British Vehicles Market fell 15.7% in March dragged down by huge lost reported by Nissan, Vauxhall and by the leader, Ford, which hit a record share low, with only 10.6% of market share, the lowest in 50 years.
UK Cars Sales fell 5.4% in the 2017 with all the second half down in double-digit and December down 14%. Ford still market leader albeit losing share while Vauxhall has lost the second place, taken by Volkswagen, aiming to improve profitability.
Great Britain Cars Market in first half 2016 hit the new record before approaching the Brexit effect. June fell marginally therefore reporting the second year on year decline out of the last four years.
UK Vehicles Sales in April 2016 moderately up following the all-time record scored in the previous month. The market was fueled by fleet demand while private consumer's have reduced their purchase.Volkswagen up in 2nd.
UK Cars Market in March 2016 hit a new record. The industry kept momentum despite the winning series in place has touched the 48 months out of last 49. Ford slow in March when Vauxhall recovered. Land Rover in 10th.