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CVRegDemand for light commercial vehicles was up 3.3% in March – ending the first quarter on a positive note.

Figures released this week show that 63,913 vans were put on UK roads last month.

The most significant growth came from the 2.5 – 3.5T sector with a 14.2% increase. These vehicles are typically purchased by corporate businesses – showing continued confidence in commerce in the industry.

With the exception of these heavy vans and the pick-up market, all other sectors showed a decline that could indicate potential future concerns over the strength of the economy for the private and self-employed tradesmen buyers.

In 2015 the van market was exceedingly strong posting gains in almost all sectors with continuous growth in online sales and the need for local deliveries.

March marked the month for the new 16-plate change.  This year the first quarter has shown steady growth with 98,906 vans registered – a 1.2% growth over the same period last year indicating the market is still strong.


Posted by Sue Robinson on 08/04/2016