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After a positive start to 2019, new motorcycle sales declined for the second consecutive month in June.
June returned the sixth consecutive month of growth for new Light Commercial Vehicles as registrations rose by 13.5% versus June 2018
Figures released by the National Caravan Council (NCC), show that holiday home manufacturers produced 8,997 units as of the end of May 2019, which is a decrease of 15.5% compared to last year.
Figures released by the National Caravan Council (NCC) show the volume of motorcaravans registered between January and April this year increased 4.7% compared to 2018, at 5,633 units.
New MOT rules means failure rate is set to reach 1.5 million for the full year, doubling the amount of emissions related failures.
Despite extensive negativity in the press towards diesel following the emissions scandal of 2015, and a sudden resurgence of interest in petrol, used diesel values have held up very well.
Summer has arrived, but the political backdrop continues to be a distraction to customers with the delay to Brexit, an imminent change of prime minister and the chance of a general election.
The Vauxhall Vivaro Sportive, for those wanting reliability and economy, is named Glass’s Used Van Hero for June.
Demand for new LCVs increased by 5.4% in May versus May 2018.
As the Nissan Micra nears it's fourth decade of production, Jonathan Brown looks at the rise of an unlikely ugly duckling.