Firstly, please accept my apologies for the delay in providing this update, I have been away travelling and have not had any meaningful access to the internet. Despite the delay, the data presented here was scraped on the 1st November as per usual.
Average asking prices have fallen a fraction – the index is now 110.66, down 0.53% from October. This is an insignificant move and I would guess we are going to see a period of stagnation over the winter months.
The mild fall in average prices seems to be driven by a few of the more expensive cars dropping out of the market whilst cars at the entry level have remained.
As I mentioned above, there has been a drop in the number of cars priced over £55k. These cars have been sold as opposed to having their prices reduced. I have been assisting a few people in their search for a 360 and it is apparent that the good examples are getting thin on the ground. I think that to buy a decent car these days you need over £50k, hence the activity in that part of the market.
Here are the main data tables:
Here is the plot of asking price vs mileage:
And here are the theoretical average asking prices:
Finally, here’s the table showing which cars have been sold and which are new (as with all the charts, you can click on it and zoom in for a bigger view).
That’s it for now – if you want anything in particular please feel free to drop me a line.
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Thanks Aldous, hope your travels were good
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