Should we be looking at different and more realistic criteria when recruiting for car research?
Most often it is like trying to find a needle in a haystack with all the permutations given by a client and does not necessarily reflect the current UK market.
Of course people do buy cars from new, but it does seem more people are buying cars that are classed as ‘used’ or ‘second hand’. Just because they have a few miles on the clock as they can get a better price for it. See the BBC News article link below
Maybe we should take this into consideration …..