Used car markets fared well during 2020 in many markets, but for very different reasons. Supply constraints prevented an oversupply of used cars in some markets. In others, pent-up demand stabilised used car prices.
There are however substantial challenges ahead. The pandemic is not over, economies have taken a severe hit and it will take beyond 2021 to recover. What will happen with used car prices in 2021 and 2022? Will there be a rude awakening soon?
Join our webinar hosted by a panel of Autovista Group experts as we explore in-depth the European used car market.
Don’t forget to send your questions to us before or during the webinar and we’ll answer them during a Q&A session.
GET INSIGHT ON:
- Performance differences by age cluster – those segments that rising, stable or falling
- How dealers are pricing and what is happening to the stock of used cars
- The impact of government incentives on the remarketing values of electric vehicles
- Residual values outlook across 19 markets for 2021 and 2022
- What OEMs, fleet operators, leasing companies need to do in order to be best prepared for 2021 and 2022
Chaired by Phil Curry, Editor, Autovista Group Daily Brief. Hear from our experts:
- Dr. Christof Engelskirchen, Chief Economist, Autovista Group
- João Areal, Head of Valuation, Eurotax Portugal
- Robert Madas, Valuations and Insights Manager, Eurotax Austria and Switzerland
- Johan Trus, Chief Editor, Autovista Sweden
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Anyone with an interest in the stability, trends and dynamics of the European automotive market:
- Fleet, leasing and hire companies
- Vehicle manufacturers and suppliers
- Finance providers
- Consultancies and advisors
- Dealers, both independent and franchised
- Insurance companies
- Media and PR