New car purchases in the UK are at an all-time high regardless of last month taping a small drop in offers as the market stabilizes, news figures suggest so.
There were a record 1,420,636 new cars registration during the first half of 2016 – a boost of 3.2 percent on 2015.
This exercises at around 350 brand-new cars being bought every hour for 24 hours a day.
Part of this development has actually been driven by an increase in the number of people buying hybrids and electrical vehicles, with sales of environment-friendly motors up 21.3 per cent.
However June saw a decline of 0.8 per cent in sales, falling from 257,817 to 255,766.
The Ford Fiesta is again the most significant selling car of the month, having 11,357 registered. Ford happened to sell 68,833 Fiestas this year, about 61 percent more than the Vauxhall Corsa, that was 2nd.
The Corsa became the second-biggest seller of June (8,837), with the Ford Focus (6,833), Volkswagen Golf (6,775) and Mini (6,284) comprising the leading 5.
Mike Hawes, chief executive of the Society of Motor Manufacturers & Traders, states, that it is far prematurely to figure out whether the mandate result has actually had an effect on the new automobile market.