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The model topped the list taking an average of 15 days to sell, which is nearly a month and a half quicker than the industry average of 55 days.
Top ten fastest selling cars – March 2015
|Rank||Make/Model||Variant||Average Days to Sell||Average Price Position|
|1||Citroen Grand C4 Picasso||2014 Citroen Grand C4 Picasso MPV Diesel Manual||15||100.3%|
|2||Ford C-Max||2012 Ford C-Max MPV Diesel Automatic||17||98.9%|
|3||Ford Focus||2014 Ford Focus Estate Petrol Manual||18||97.9%|
|4||Audi TT||2012 Audi TT Coupe Petrol Manual||20||99.1%|
|5||Nissan Qashqai||2012 Nissan Qashqai Hatchback Petrol Automatic||20||98.6%|
|6||Vauxhall GTC||2014 Vauxhall GTC Coupe Diesel Manual||21||94.7%|
|7||Vauxhall Mokka||2014 Vauxhall Mokka Hatchback Diesel Automatic||22||98.5%|
|8||Renault Grand Scenic||2012 Renault Grand Scenic MPV Diesel Manual||23||99.8%|
|9||Ford Mondeo||2014 Ford Mondeo Hatchback Diesel Manual||23||99.2%|
|10||Toyota Prius||2012 Toyota Prius Hatchback Electric Hybrid Automatic||24||100.7%|
On average each of the top ten fastest selling cars was 98.8% aligned with Auto Trader’s recommended retail price, based on valuations data underpinned by actual retail prices.
Auto Trader trade solutions director Karolina Edwards-Smajda said: “The top ten is interesting for a number of reasons, not least because it provides clear evidence that pricing to market boosts speed of sale.
“Optimal pricing and careful stock management using products like Auto Trader i-Control can really help dealers, by cutting average days to sell and thereby boosting profits.”