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The Motorway Used Carometer reveals the average price of used cars valued on its platform each month. It is based on market valuations of premium used cars on Motorway over £10k, less than five-years-old, with under 50,000 miles on the clock.  Now more than ever, consumers need a reliable source of truth to gauge how …

Motorway service update

  • Alex Buttle
  • 2nd November 2020

Updated 12/11/2020: We are open for business during the current lockdown. All transactions are completed contact-free. This post outlines how our service is affected by the current COVID-19 situation and lockdown restrictions in England due to end on Wednesday 2nd December, and what you can expect if you sign up to compare prices on our …

Brits are embracing electric cars more than ever before, with demand causing the average price of a used electric car to be +34% higher in September 2020 than in the same month last year, according to new data revealed by Motorway.   Motorway today launches its monthly barometer revealing the average price of used cars valued …

Prestige used cars have proven to be ‘pandemic-proof’, with average prices of some of the most popular luxury brands – such as Land Rover, Lexus and Maserati – more than 8% higher than 12 months ago, according to research by Motorway. Motorway looked at thousands of valuations on its platform, which revealed that the average …

Motorway, the UK’s fastest-growing online marketplace for used cars, today reveals record growth in transactions on its platform as buyers and sellers embrace the opportunity to buy and sell cars entirely online.  Having paused trading during the lockdown, Motorway restarted its service for private car sellers and dealers nationwide on May 11th, along with free, …

Almost three-quarters of a million MOT tests* were still carried out in April 2020, despite the government giving motorists a six-month MOT holiday from 30th March because of the coronavirus pandemic. An FOI request made by Motorway to the DVSA (Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency), revealed that 746,157 MOTs took place across the UK in …

The coronavirus pandemic has caused changes to every UK industry in the past couple of months, and the car trade is no different. Since lockdown restrictions were put in place, it’s not been possible to sell your car easily, with dealerships closing their doors, and car transactions deemed non-essential. To adhere to the lockdown restrictions …

Motorway, the UK’s fastest-growing marketplace for used cars, today resumes its service for private car sellers and dealers nationwide on Motorway Pro, having paused its daily auctions since the coronavirus lockdown was announced.  Dealers looking to replenish their stock with premium used cars direct from private sellers will now be able to take part in …

Motorway service update

  • Tom Leathes
  • 6th May 2020

Updated 19/10/2020: All buyers on our platform are completing transactions in a contact-free way. This post outlines how our service is affected by the current coronavirus situation, and what you can expect if you sign up to compare prices on our website at this time. Motorway works with major online car buyers and thousands of …

Coronavirus impact

  • Harry Jones
  • 24th March 2020

Due to the coronavirus situation and restrictions placed on movement and non-essential travel, it is now no longer possible for our car buying partners to provide offers or complete purchases. For this reason we have paused all active sale processes for the time being. We know this is a really frustrating situation for all involved, …