Friday May 29, 2020

Used vehicle import surge 'not due to sterling'

Currency movement has an impact on age of cars imported

29th June, 2016
Irish motorists buying abroad 'on a budget'

In the wake of Brexit, Cartell.ie has also carried out a study on the impact of the value of sterling on imports into Ireland. It concludes that the value of the British currency has an impact on the age of the vehicle imported into Ireland but does not significantly impact the volume of vehicles imported.

Cartell.ie looked at the age of used vehicles imported into Ireland and found that the average age in 2016...

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