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It is positive to see that new car registrations rose 2.0% in April and 4.4% year to date. 189,505 cars were registered this month, marking the best April since 2003 when 194,312 new vehicles were registered.
Various factors such as inflation experiencing only a minor growth, interest rates held at 0.5% as well as low cost finance offers encouraged consumers to commit to buy new cars.
The NFDA is pleased to see that in spite of following a record breaking March, demand for new cars continued its upward trend. It is also encouraging to see that alternative fuel vehicles remained strong with a growth of 26.8%. Registrations of petrol cars increased 3.4% in April, while diesel saw a slight 0.6% decline.
The UK economy has repeatedly recorded positive trends for the past 15 months with a 0.4% increase in the first quarter of 2016 and we are pleased to see that on the back of this the car market has continued to make its relevant contribution.