Tag : Cox Automotive
April and May could see a surge in new car sales on the back of the reopening of showrooms and the release of the new ‘21’ … Read More »
Pent-up demand heralded as the principle reason for strong performance across Cox Automotive’s online auctions.
Cox Automotive has significantly expanded its vehicle services offering with the acquisition of 100% of the share capital of C Walton Ltd (CWL).
Fleet stock will be in “hot demand” over the coming months, with the wholesale market having already hit “superheated” levels in September, according to Manheim.
Cox Automotive has reaffirmed its full-year forecast of 7.8 million used car transactions in 2019 following the release of Q2 figures from the SMMT.
Cox Automotive has published its used car forecast for 2019, predicting that transactions will drop 2% compared to 2018, reaching a total of 7.795 million used … Read More »
Dealer demand for used car stock continued in November as new car availability remained challenging despite a modest increase in registrations.
Glenn Fishwick has joined Manheim parent firm Cox Automotive as chief information officer to lead the company’s focus on connected technology.
Auto Trader UK and Cox Automotive have launched a joint venture which will merge selected services to form a digital auction service for used stock from … Read More »
Cox Automotive, owner of Manheim, has awarded Fleet Alliance the deal to manage its 620-plus company car fleet, including making the shift to lower-emission models.
Used car demand for diesels continues to soar, in sharp contrast to new car registrations.
Used car values and volumes started the year strongly following the usual seasonal downturns in December.
Petrol may be top dog among fleet and retail new car buyers but diesel demand remains strong in the used car sector according to latest figures.
Diesel used car sales rose in 2017 at Cox Automotive with both wholesale and consumer demand remaining strong.
Used buyer demand for diesels remains strong and is likely to continue for in future years, according to Cox Automotive.
Cox Automotive, parent firm of Manheim, has appointed Philip Nothard, previously retail and consumer editor at Cap HPI, as head of external relations.
Sales from physical and online car auctions by Manheim fell 7.1% in July compared to June, although year on year sales were up 8.3% month despite part-exchange vehicle sales dropping 6.9% month on month…
Cox Automotive UK and Cap HPI have signed a new three-year agreement that will see Cox Automotive continue to use Cap data across the business.
Alasdair Stewart has joined Cox Automotive UK, parent company of Manheim, in a new client director role to lead the company’s strategy on managing client relationships … Read More »