UK new car registrations experienced a moderate increase in July, up 0.1% for the month, according to figures released by SMMT. 1,599,159 new cars have been registered so far this year.
Demand for new cars up 3.2% in first half of 2016, with a record 1,420,636 registrations between January and June. Growth seen across all fuel types, as alternatively fuelled vehicles lead the way with 21.3% boost YTD. June sees small -0.8% decline as new car market continues to stabilise. The UK new car market grew
Demand for new cars in the UK remained stable in May with a steady 2.5% growth in registrations
New car registrations show steady increase of 2.0% in April to 189,505 units. Growth in fleet and business segments offsets small decline in private demand. Registrations of alternative fuel vehicles rise 26.8%, in line with the year so far. Friday 6 May, 2016 New car registrations in the UK made a modest gain of 2.0%
New car market grows 5.3% in March as more than half a million buyers take advantage of popular plate change. Registrations increase 5.1% in 2016 Q1, to 771,780 units. Alternative fuel vehicles see 21.5% jump in demand, with robust growth in diesel and petrol registrations. Wednesday 6 April, 2016 The UK’s new car market grew
New car market grows 8.4% in February, with 83,395 units registered. Demand from private customers drives increases, up 22.6%, with fleet demand down 1.4%. Registrations of alternatively-fuelled vehicles up by a fifth in the month. 4 March, 2016 New car registrations continued the positive start to 2016 in February, growing 8.4% compared with the same
The UK’s new car market got off to a positive start in January, with registrations climbing 2.9% compared with the same month in 2015 to reach an 11-year high of 169,678 units. January 2005 saw 181,474 new cars registered.
UK new car registrations for 2015 beat 2.6 million units for the first time, sealing four years of consecutive growth.
Registrations of new cars in the UK returned to growth in November, according to figures released today by SMMT.
Figures released today by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) show UK new car registrations dropped for the first time in more than three and a half years as market growth levelled off in October 2015.