Tag : Manheim
Philip Nothard, Cox Automotive’s customer insight & strategy director, on the key challenges and concerns facing the new and used car sector in the coming weeks … Read More »
Cox Automotive’s Manheim Auction Services customers now benefit from free QuickList image service and Simulcast fees.
Fleet values and volumes remained on the up in November, but there was also an increase in damaged vehicles coming to market.
Manheim has appointed Arnaud Bosvieux as customer relationship director.
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.
Manheim has appointed new managers for its south-east auction centres.
Average values for used alternatively fuelled vehicles (AFVs) continued to rise in August, while both petrol and diesel values recorded downturns.
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 »
The used car market is following normal seasonal patterns despite uncertainty in the economy as a whole, according to Manheim parent Cox Automotive.
ALD Automotive has signed up Manheim to provide inspection and specialist reconditioning services for its digital sales channels.
Former Mazda used car and remarketing manager Tamara Brown has joined the sales leadership team at Manheim.
Leasys UK, the contract hire company of FCA Bank, has awarded a three-year partnership extension to Manheim.
Arval has signed up Manheim to provide remarketing services for 10,000 vehicles a year on a solus arrangement.
Diesel demand in the used vehicle market continues to defy the new car market, while the overall used market remains strong.
Dealers continue to focus on the strong used vehicle sector to balance lingering uncertainty in the new car market.
Manheim has named Peter Bell as its new managing director following the departure of Tim Hudson.
Used car demand for diesels continues to soar, in sharp contrast to new car registrations.
Sold volumes at Manheim Online hit 5,700 units in January, breaking the auction giant’s previous volume record by 11% in January.
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.
Network Rail has signed up Manheim to remarket 7,000 vehicles over the next three years.
The used car market performed strongly in September, with a notable performance in the ex-fleet sector, according to Manheim.
Manheim has showcased the capabilities of its new multi-million pound auction centre at Bruntingthorpe during launch week events.
Manheim is to open the doors to its new Bruntingthorpe auction centre next Monday (25 September), following a multi-million-pound investment.
Cox Automotive, parent firm of Manheim, has appointed Philip Nothard, previously retail and consumer editor at Cap HPI, as head of external relations.